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Top 7 kinds of Instagrammers



1) The PDA-Grammers

The lovey-dovey duo of Instagram is 24/7 found engaged in PDA and some of their followers find it “too cute to handle” “OMG you both are just perfect together” etc while the others who are single and ready to mingle find it very annoying but again who cares?! Cause the couple that grams together stays together!

2) The FOOD-Grammers

Commonly found, Foodies have earned a name in the industry for capturing every single ounce of spice flavoured in each and every exotic dish they’ve eaten since Instagram was presented in 2010. As much as 70% of the Foodie’s financial plan goes to sushis, momos and what not. They don’t leave any stone unturned in posting mouth watering dishes specially at late night so as to give rise to the cravings in their followers and then replying back as “tum bhi banakar kha lo na”.

3) The Travel-Grammers

This couple/ girl gang/group of friends is consistently on an extended get-away, continually posting pictures from those excursions. For sure they may be some secret agents? How on earth, do they manage to bear the cost of these numerous get-aways? You detest them, their appealing appearances, conditioned bodies and flawless lives. And they have their story highlights named with endless number of countries and you just speak to your phone screen and desperately want to switch lives with them. Haha! But it’s only because of them, that we visit such lavish countries virtually.


4) The perfect Photo-Grammers

They have an account on Instagram at the make another account to plant or not coming to offensive Mega showcase their photography skills everything ranging from clouds flowers butterflies to building Sun Le Sun their own house the bridges they are accustomed to clicking picture of this everything from n number of angles and what’s the purpose of it cause there in everything that we do something is also give me some places to a heart so go ahead you photo grammars.

5) The Selfie-Grammer

On Christmas day, on New Years Eve, the evening of her best friend’s neighbour’s wedding and so on— this Instagrammer takes selfies constantly. Be it a pout, the smiling face, resting bitch face or a duck face to all sorts of tooth-flashing faces, this lady is a pro at clicking selfies with all of the multiple poses and that is the reason why she has so many followers and is termed commonly known as selfie queen.

6) The Bad-news Grammer

Doing drugs, selling firearms, recording 15 seconds of his latest poaching trip; this Instagrammer is always out there on Instagram, posting stories about the bad which is happening in the world. An animal being shot, a person dead at the accident, the government not functioning in a proper way, any other mishap happening etc. You want to get a daily dose of negativity? Go head to his profile!

7) The Meme-Troll Grammer

Did you take a social media detox for a week and so you are not well up-to-dated with the latest kind of memes. Don’t worry this kind of instagrammer’s profile is going to serve your purpose. Just go ahead to his profile and check out his stories filled with the memes and mockery everyday. There might be 0 posts but will get a number of memes posted everyday so that way you are never outdated in your Meme knowledge.

Why is the content of YouTubers like SANDEEP MAHESHWARI and CARRY MINATI so popular amongst younger audience despite being so contrasting?

Being a part of the younger audience myself, I feel that whenever I am listening to anyone speak or reading an influencer’s write-up , I want to feel that connect with them. It is often done subconsciously in order to soothe the inner child within me which wants to convince herself that even well-successful grownups who are standing and delivering that speech with utmost confidence have done things wrong at some stage in their lives when they were maybe younger, immature or simply unaware because it’s human and perfectly normal. The mind has this piece of information well fitted into it but the heart often tends to maunder whenever surrounded by any discomfort. I believe that the language needs to be more simple, narrative of one’s own personal experiences, openly expressive of vulnerabilities, full of connecting and compassionate tones rather than just imposing suggestions or advices on to the younger generation because they then don’t take it constructively, they take it as orders and that’s why the generation gap goes on widening. I believe the tone has to be such as to make them convinced that they are not in the midst of problems alone. Like content pieces for younger generation include diverse topics related to beauty, menstrual taboos, pimples and acne, dealing with the adolescence and peer pressure, career counseling, acting like cool guys or studs, pros and cons of excessive gaming, early dating etc among both boys and girls. Hence, tone should be assertive, firm and yet comforting to ease off the excess baggage which teenagers unknowingly carry on their shoulders. We need to make them understand, through our content, that we are here to try and suggest them a list of methods to solve their problems so that they are able to sense that natural connect and this way, they might even hear & implement it truly. And without any doubt, Sandeep Maheshwari has got all such qualities of being just the right advisor and mentor for teenagers.


So this was all about trying to creat impactful and emotionally moving yet stabilising pieces of content.
Let us now deeply discuss the language/tone used by the content creators other than motivational influencers who still manage to attract younger audience. Teenagers of today’s world often try and engage themselves in activities which can help them avoid their problems for a while cause they feel too weak and are simply unaware of their problem solving capabilities. But whatsover anyway, they watch a lot of laughter content on YouTube and other streaming platforms that gives them their much desired temporary escape from the depression, anxiety, vulnerabilities and non healed wounds caused within a broken/unhealthy relationship with friends or parents.

This need not be the case for every  teenager as a majority of them also watch such light-hearted contents for their mood freshening or to simply ease the study pressure. YouTubers like Carry Minati, Bhuvan Bam etc and meme pages on social media are so popular amongst younger audiences because of the kind of satirical tone/language which they quite effortlessly adapt while talking to their audience. The center point of the videos as far as my knowledge stretches is, the mockery, the trolling activity, the constant taking a jibe at someone/something.

So if you’re trying to create some content for a younger audience, make sure it falls in either of the two categories since maximum rates of success are guaranteed here. And the living proofs are these two legends!