Ready to get inspired? Here's the AntiSocial team's top brands to follow on Instagram (besides @antisocialmediasolutions, of course):

GoPro’s Instagram features photos from their brand ambassadors, taken with their product. The result not only advertises the camera but the media is true to their brand and speaks to GoPro’s intended audience: adventure seekers and world travellers. Plus, by using UGC almost exclusively, the heavy lifting of creating media content is taken care of.

Kernels expresses its fun-loving brand with bright colour blocking, some very happy canine models, and adorable graphics. They also keep their fan-base happy with gift card giveaways and contests.

 

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Caught in action! 🐶 Ray sure does love her popcorn!

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This year we would like to thank our Kernels community, friends, and family for all the support. 🎤 #Oscars2019

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U R 2 CUTE ❤ Make your favourite cutie smile with some perfectly popped KERNELS! ❤

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Besides being on point with their earthy colour scheme, Fleurs Tea offers real advice in their captions. The company is dedicated to holistically helping people and their Instagram account is a reflection of that ethos.

Genius, the hip hop focused e-news brand, kills Instagram Highlights; promoting audience engagement with their polls and questions. Their feed is almost exclusively true to their colour palette. Their captions reflect their brand voice and, by staying current with breaking news in hip hop, inspire community engagement.

 

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Drake doesn’t have any songs in the hot 100 top 10 for the first time in over 60 weeks 🤯 (h/t @chartdata)

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‘Revenge Of The Dreamers III’ is gonna be so 🔥😩

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A local plant-based juice, food, and smoothie spot, The Juice Truck ticks all of our Vancouver boxes. They regularly post drool-worthy photos of their menu items — we respect the commitment to good food and product photography. Their branded feed also features collaborations with other, local brands and timely content.

Fashion brand Mlouye’s recognizable geometric shapes and colours are portrayed throughout their feed. The colour matching is perfect and the lines in the photography recreate the architectural-inspired lines of their bags and clothing. All of this combined makes the overall look and feel of the feed echo that of Mlouye’s brand — Bauhaus-inspired high fashion.

 

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Naomi Belt Bag in Green. #mlouye

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Introducing Naomi Belt Bag. Discover this new piece from our website. #mlouye

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Discover fresh and vivid new colors for Naomi. #mlouye

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Frank Body is in the business of body scrubs and body positivity. They’re a beachy, female-forward brand that preaches self-love in all its forms. Their Insta feed has babes of all shapes, colours, and sizes scrubbing down with their product. And, they keep it light, breezy, and Australian (just like their brand) with koala pics, beach shots, and sex-positive messages.

 

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Vitamin sea is my favourite vitamin.

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What does Australian beauty mean to you? 🐨 Tell me in the comments, babes. 📷 | @intothegloss

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