INK361 Offers Free Deck Viewer To Organize Your Instagram Feed

23 JUNE 2015, HONG KONG

Hong Kong (June 18, 2015) – Instagram has grown tremendously since its beginnings. With over 300 million active users and 70 million photos being uploaded each day, staying organized can be a challenge. INK361 (http://ink361.com), the fully featured web interface for Instagram, offers a wide variety of solutions to organize your feed. One of its most notable features is its deck viewer, which improves the way you view your Instagram feed. The INK361 deck feature allows you to have several columns that act as customized filters, similar to Hootsuite’s or TweetDeck’s streams. View your own feed as a column panel, and then have a column of your favorite photography accounts right next to it. You can also create a column made from what is popular at the moment, specific hashtags, or a circle you have created.

Once you start playing around with the deck viewer, you will see all the options available to tailor your feed perfectly for you. The deck viewer is a great tool for Social Media Marketers that want to view content efficiently and effectively. Learn about it yourself at http://ink361.com/app/deck. See INK361’s step by step tutorial on how to set up your deck viewer at https://blog.ink361.com/2015/02/organize-your-feed-with-our-deck-feature/.

About INK361: INK361 was developed and is owned by INK Limited- an international company that was founded in 2011 in Hong Kong by Dutch entrepreneurs Carel van Apeldoorn and Jurg Benders. Carel van Apeldoorn says, “It is our vision to help the world consume content more efficiently and effectively.” With over 18 million new visitors each month, INK361 is one of the largest and most popular Instagram web viewers available.

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About Ink361

INK361 lets users access and interact with the Instagram photo-sharing network via the web.  With INK361, users can view Instagram photos in different sized grids, communicate with friends, organize photos with albums, get alerts, view statistics and more. 

People use INK361 to share their own photos, discover new photos and photographers, and explore the world one photo at a time.

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