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Instagram creators share tips for ensuring wellbeing on IWD

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8 March signifies International Women’s Day. To mark the day, Instagram has engaged with five female-identifying creators to promote safety and wellbeing online.

Using a series of short Reel videos, the women have showcased how to use the platform’s tools to take back the power. Instagram has been criticised in the past for being a place to get bullied online. But, the social media platform wants users to know it has tools in place to combat this.

Engaging with five creators, Instagram is tackling five of the issues vocalised about the platform. From aggressive comments, blocking users and even those who think they spend too much time on Instagram. 

The creators in the campaign are: 

  • Elle Ray offers advice on how Instagram users can stop inappropriate content in-feed.

 

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A post shared by Elle Ray (@elleray_)

  • Megan Dijikman has shared how to stay focused creating content now she has her account safety secured correctly. 

  • Nat Alise is a fearless body kind, LGBTQIA+ creator tells how she is combating online bullying by using Instagram’s Hidden Words tool. 

 

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  • Erika Dwyer shows how to take control with Instagram’s Mute, Block, and Restrict features. These can stop unwanted interactions with people sliding into her DMs

 

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A post shared by Erika Dwyer (@erika.dwyer)

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  • Incredibly talented dancer Jazz gives her tips on how to manage time spent online to allow more time to take care of her wellbeing.

 

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Liv Croagh

Liv Croagh is the Editor of Marketing Mag.

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