A new service allowing brands an easy way to upload, schedule and manage multiple Instagram accounts has been launched today by Dialogue Consulting.
Schedugram uses physical, real-world devices running the official Instagram app to provide its service, rather than a third-party.
Developed by social media consultants, Dialogue Consulting, Schedugram is due to be a stopover until Instagram develops an app to fix this issue brands face.
“Schedugram will no doubt become obsolete when Instagram becomes more friendly to brands, likely when they release their Instagram Ads product,” Hugh Stephens, founder, said.
“Schedugram is the first service we can identify that offers a solution compliant with this requirement, and it’s something that brands have been crying out for since Instagram first became popular,”
“Many brands currently have to use one device per account, or spend significant amounts of time logging in and out of the app to post images that they’ve emailed to themselves.”
“It’s simply not practical for a social media manager with other platforms to worry about.”
Due to its increasing growth, Instagram is now a viable app for brands to use to connect with their audience.
Instragram has been one of the fastest growing apps and already has 32 million users uploading and sharing their photos with their friends.
Schedugram was launched today with subscriptions starting at $13 per month.
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