Instagram is available for most cell phones, accessible through apps, but it can always be browsed using a web browsing software. There, one must identify with an account in order to follow people and see all the pics they upload, like them and share them, re-blogging them ourselves. If these weren’t enough advantages, the site has now experienced a complete renovation.
You may remember Murad Osmann, the man who became famous thanks to his Instagram account (@muradosmann) on which he posted only one kind of photographs. Every pic had the same features: beautiful landscapes, his pretty girlfriend – and his hand. Read more →
The Internet can be a wonderful place to vindicate love for everyone, as it boosts visibility and lets people know you at the reach of a click. Many people have benefited from this, and many charitable trends have emerged from an Internet initiative.
Among those are the ones who are not dedicated to people but to animals. What first comes to your mind when you hear that is probably PETA, famous for its online campaigns advocating animal rights and ways of life that don’t harm them. However, there’s a way to reach people without having to spend big figures on a campaign.
Some days ago, former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi was featured on the news because she had done something that not many politicians had. Berlusconi launched his own Instagram account (@silvioberlusconi2015), to which he has uploaded nearly one hundred pics. It seems that he’s created a trend, for Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany, has also launched her own account.