It’s time to make your Top Nine Instagram posts about Cape May

My Top Nine Instagram posts about Cape May

Around this time last year, I posted my top nine Instagram posts about Cape May. Naturally, I linked to the source of where to get it done. Same outfit as last year. Top Nine dot com. 

The funny thing is, last year so many people clicked on that link, it caught the attention of the developers, who included me in this year’s press kit. Statistic geeks track referrers on their analytics. I do the same thing.

With over 2.7 billion monthly active users as of the second quarter of 2020, Facebook is still the biggest social network worldwide.

Instagram has over one billion monthly active users and is one of the most popular social networks worldwide. Instagram stories is another category to themselves.

One caveat is that the Top nine metric counting has been moved to a private platform called Creator Kit. I suspect after adding an email address, a follow-up email to purchase something will come through.

The envelope please for my top nine Instagram photos

The non-competition aspect is something I really appreciate about the photographers in Cape May.

It’s time to make your top nine Instagram posts about Cape May. These are from my Instagram account:  

No one should be surprised that COVID-19 would affect the popularity of photos. As an ambassador of Cape May, I like my photos to tell a story or convey a feeling about our town. Someone recently referred to me as the shadow mayor.

“Enjoying” outside dining at Tishas’s this New York City couple took every precaution to avoid catching or spreading the Coronavirus.
Though equally interesting but not in the top nine Instagram posts this local woman also was cautious at our postoffice.

“What every well-dressed woman should look like,” she exclaimed.

Unrelated to COVID, this sunny July afternoon was captured from the 4th floor of the Sea Crest Inn on Broadway.

Once outside dining gained momentum, the hotel filled with guests, and social distancing and safety was the motto.

Cape May stepped up to the plate when it came to outside dining. Jerry Inderwies and his team of city clerks moved at breakneck speed to approve tent applications. This also included leading the path through Council to provide open beverage container rights for citizens and visitors.

As dining restrictions were lifted, businesses reopened and Coffee Tyme made our top nine.

Sunsets and Sunrise popular as ever

It wouldn’t be Cooke Cape May Instagram without a representation of sunrises and sunsets.

If your brand isn’t already on Instagram, these Instagram marketing statistics will convince you why it should be and give you an idea of what you should be doing on the social platform.

As we head out of 2020, I look forward to improving my ability, my photographs and bringing you the best of Cape May.

Cape May is headed for changes and challenges in 2021. As an ambassador, expect me to amplify what is happening. Hopefully keeping us in a positive light.

Lets hope it stays that way.

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  1. David Greene
    December 28, 2020 / 9:56 am

    Glad to see this 2020 “retrospective.”

    Looking forward to a much more pleasant 2021 — after we are vaccinated.