Restless Influence: Introduction to Instagram Best Practice

reSITE welcomed Christian Trampedach, founder of @restless.arch, to Prague for a winning how-to Instagram salon.

June 22, 2017 / The Emblem Hotel, Prague

reSITE 2017 Festival Welcomed Christian Trampedach, Founder of @restless.arch to Prague

Christian Trampedach, the founder of @restless.arch, were invited to reSITE 2017 Invisible City festival to explain his instagram best practice project. Having restlessly attracted 0,5 million followers in a year, Christian shared his advices, secrets, dos and don’ts on how to create a successful Instagram profile. This event was aimed to help interested parties to find a strategy for their Instagram presence and influence.

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