Optimise your Instagram presence and build valuable connections to convert followers into customers

Instagram can feel like a slog that leads to no where, but the truth is that your ideal customers are THERE - you just need to attract and connect with them through a consistent (and totally doable) strategy.

You want to connect with others on Instagram to grow your business, but you don’t know where to start.

I’ll walk you through how to optimise each element of Instagram to elevate your online presence in a way that makes it feel completely achievable.

Being consistent doesn’t mean what you think it means.

It doesn’t mean posting every single day - it means develop a schedule that you can realistically keep up with. My strategy for creating content so you always know what to post will make being consistent easy.
Develop a solid Instagram strategy that works for you, not the other way around.

Inside Instagram for Makers you will...

  • Create a content plan so that you always know what to post
  • Develop a solid strategy and approach to Instagram that's realistic and doable
  • Optimize your profile to increase followers and convert them to buyers
  • Find new ways to connect deeper with your ideal customers on Instagram
  • Gain confidence in sharing more of yourself and your behind-the-scenes
"I was struggling to take the IG plunge. But now, you've got my brain on overdrive thinking of all the photos I want to take and I have notes all over the house of post ideas. Thank you, truly. Here goes nothin'!"

The Lessons

  • Your Profile

    Optimize your profile for followers and sales through a great bio, highlights, and call to action.

  • Hashtags

    Develop a solid hashtag strategy to get more of your ideal customers' eyes on your posts.

  • Instagram Stories

    How to utilize Instagram stories to share and connect with your most engaged followers.

  • Future Content Planning

    Create a content strategy for Instagram so that you always know what to post.

Bonus Resources

  • A downloadable PDF with 30-day of Instagram posts

  • 5 Styles of Photos for Your Instagram PDF

  • Access to the exclusive students-only MAPP group

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long will the class take?

    This class is self-paced, with concise lessons designed to help you learn effectively and efficiently. You can complete the class as quickly as you want, or take your time. There are no time restrictions on your access to the class.

  • How long will I have access?

    You will have lifetime access to this class. “Lifetime” refers to the lifetime of the class and Maker's Academy of Product Photography. As long as it's is offered, you will have access to it and any updates. Should the class no longer continue to be hosted on my site, you will have ample opportunity to download the lessons for your own personal future reference.

  • What if I have questions or want feedback?

    When you enroll in any MAPP class, you are invited to join the private student community where you can ask questions, get feedback, and connect with other learners.

  • Does this class cover photography?

    Not exactly. This class will give you ideas for the kinds of photos you can share on Instagram to engage with your followers, but it does not go into the "how-to" of taking photos.

Hi, I'm Amy.

Through my signature, no-muss no-fuss teaching style, I teach exactly what you need to know through clear, simple steps, which enables you to take gorgeous product photos, quickly and easily. Swirl in a healthy dose of creativity and artistic approach, and these beautiful images allow you to effectively market your products and themselves. That’s why I’ve become the go-to instructor for brand and product photography, having taught over 1500 makers and creatives through my courses.
"Amy's courses are presented in an easy to understand, straight forward method. Well worth the money spent to improve your photography skills."

Embrace the power and connectivity of Instagram to build a stronger online presence and better relationships with your customers