Instagram is officially doubling-down on its product tagging feature, recently announcing it will be rolling out the functionality to all users in the United States, no longer reserving it for just brands. Instagram has already well documented how an increased cadence of tagging increases a brand’s on-site conversion rate: Tag a product at least five times across a month’s time and almost double your purchases, per Instagram. But that only accounts for branding tagging their own products. What does it mean that now every Instagram user and creator in the United States will be able to tag a product? And how are brands preparing for this?
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July 29, 2011 | Boston Cedar is pleased to announce that the company has launched a custom social media platform. “This key initiative will continue to become an integral part of the overall marketing strategy for the company going forward” said Paul Colliton, Boston Cedar’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. [...]