More Than One Instagram Story- Add Multiple Photos/Videos In Instagram Story-How To -
In this video I show you how to add multiple photos and videos(more than one Instagram story) in your Instagram stories. Some people may ask "How to add another story on Instagram story"
Adding more than one Instagram story would definitely help you achieve a bit more watch time. In the light of new Instagram algorithm changes, it looks like Instagram stories play a major role.
The more you could retain someone looking at your story, the better. Adding more than one Instagram story(multiple photos and videos) would help you do just that.
Also, to add multiple photos and videos in your Instagram story means more followers. Get all the exposure you need using these techniques to gain your Instagram account some exposure.
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