To make a good first impression, you need to properly configure your profile, which is the way people see you. Your social media community is the digital version of that group of people that you meet regularly. You certainly have an interest in common, so try to add a short description of what you like to your profile, that way people understand you better.
Telling people what your interests are or what you are passionate about will help you grow your follower base fast and in a relevant way.
Even though you love photography, it does not mean that all your posts have to be about that topic. You have other interests beyond it. However, having a main theme or topic will help you build your social media community, since you will attract followers with the same interest much faster. With this in mind, you will find it much easier to craft your first post!
You may like to choose to run your social media outlet as a personal account with your name or using a pen-name (pseudonym), a fictional character with an original nickname, or as a business or professional profile. Be original when creating your profile in order to grab people’s attention, but make it relevant for your followers. You need to stand out by being unique while building authority and trust with your community.
Once you have created a great profile and published your first post, it’s time to start following people! Some of them will follow you back fast, some may do it later, and others won’t. Developing a social media community takes time, but you can certainly do it by following other accounts, posting interesting content, and engaging in respectful and interesting conversations.
Although it will certainly require a bit of time at the beginning, but it can be a very rewarding experience!