Have you ever shared a photograph to social media that you personally adored, but found the reception from your audience to be disappointing? What about an instance where you shared an image you felt lukewarm about, only to receive highly positive feedback? Learning how to effectively curate your content is vital to organically growing your audience on social media networks like Instagram.
Enter cinnac, a new social media platform that allows users to upload sets of images for the community to rate and vote on. While this will only allow you to gauge a random audience rather than your target one, it could be useful as a tool for picking out which images from a set you should retouch.
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We’ve all been there, after a shoot we loved, and we’ve proudly culled our original 800+ photos down to 50. But, that’s still a good 40 photos too many. Sharing those images to a network like cinnac could provide you with some quick, unbiased feedback to help you cull further. For now, however, cinnac allows you to upload up to 20 images to a set.
Currently available for iOS and Android, cinnac does require a phone number or Facebook account to register.