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Caleb Gleit@calebgleit · Student at American University
I find it weird that Instagram is supposed to be a social network, but we need a "pre-network" to vet our "social" options? Just feels off. Good idea, though.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@calebgleit that's why Instagram added Stories, to decrease the friction and anxiety of posting the "perfect" photo.
Emre BerkMaker@emreberkst · iOS Developer
@calebgleit We do not want to accept but there are conversations between friends about selecting their best photos. When we realized that, we built PreInsta for making the process fun and fast. Thank you for your comment.
Emre BerkMaker@emreberkst · iOS Developer
@rrhoover @calebgleit They also added an option for sharing multiple photos at once, but the main point of Instagram is all about posting the perfect photo.
Rob Bye@robjbye · I build products and companies
What on earth is wrong with humans? Why do we care so much about social affirmation? When will we stop caring about how many likes we get?
Emre BerkMaker@emreberkst · iOS Developer
@robjbye When we die, I guess.
Connor Cirillo@connorcirillo · Building bots @ HubSpot
There's no way to organically A/B test content on instagram. For influencers and brands, optimized content really makes the difference. This kind of product definitely has a place in Instagram marketing.
Connor Cirillo@connorcirillo · Building bots @ HubSpot
@connorcirillo Aside - I think the branding might be a bit too close for Big Zuck's liking (or maybe it's just me)...
Emre BerkMaker@emreberkst · iOS Developer
@connorcirillo Great idea! This could be our revenue model, thank you.
Tovah Coldham@tovahreva · Community Manager at Slidely
Michael Suro@michaelsuro · Creator of Postable, iOS dev
Very cool @emreberkst! I just launched something similar called Postable - It's not as transparently marketed towards pre-Instagram polling but that's one of the core use cases. Looking forward to checking it out.