* WE WATCH DIMASH QUDAIBERGEN'S VIDEOS ON THE OFFICIAL ACCOUNTS THAT ORIGINALLY POSTED THEM ONLY, ON ALL PLATFORMS * WE STREAM DIMASH QUDAIBERGEN'S MUSIC ON SPOTIFY * WE HAVE REGISTERED ACCOUNTS ON YOUTUBE AND SUPPORT DIMASH'S VIDEOS POSTED ON HIS CHANNEL, SETTING THE CAPTIONS IN OUR LANGUAGE * WE BUY DIMASH QUDAIBERGEN'S SONGS ON ITUNES AND AMAZON *

Dears Guide - 4

dimash DEARS ON

Instagram

Instagram is one of the world’s leading social platforms with over 1.3 billion users. 4.1 million follow Dimash.

We are among them.

We have nothing to do but support him here too, and enjoy the options of this platform as much as we can.

Because we are his supporters, we can say that we are part of his image in front of those who are not yet enjoying the world of Dimash. We, at least, feel that way and hope so do many other Dears.

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To feel safe here and proud of the accounts we have (which all point to the one and only Dimash), we have a collection of “unwritten rules and suggestions” of good conduct when using this platform.

We did not create them, we just gathered them from various other sites and from the notices of other Instagram experienced users, but we agree with every one of them.

All combine, as usual, the useful with the pleasant.

Safety first. To stay safe online, we need to consider:

  • to not share personal information
  • to not click on unsolicited links (you can trust ours, they are harmless)
  • to use unique passwords for each platform we use
  • to not share photos or videos we would prefer to stay private
  • to not confirm friends request from people we don’t know (or at least analyze their accounts before confirming)
  • to leave any conversations which are making us feel uncomfortable immediately

 

and – the most important thing –

WE CAN AND WE SHOULD ASK FOR HELP WHEN WE NEED IT

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We know what the official Dimash accounts are, so we shouldn't get into discussions with other fake accounts

If this happens, we should report the account, check the account’s followers list, and if we see that we have common contacts, we should warn each other.

We know, it’s a massive activity, but done by many people, it’s getting easier and easier so we can weed out all the scammers.

 

Their presence among us is increasingly felt. Their tactics are changing (not just fake Dimash accounts, now they act like they are Dimash team or even accounts claiming to be Dears).

 

It shouldn’t cause us too much trouble if we are content to have private conversations only with Dears we know very well and can trust completely.

 

Our fandom is great and there are many Dears who would help others in a second if asked.

Enough about security, let's get to our opinion on how to have a perfect fan account

Instagram doesn’t have rules, but we can create our own etiquette to help us have a nice and followed account.

Here are some suggestions.

When we want to share another user’s content, it is best to ask if we are allowed. Normally, anyone who posts material wants it to be shared, so refusals are unlikely to happen. At least, we hope not.

The content we are going to share should not be modified. Any text we want to add can be added to the post message, not directly on the photo or video, and changing the size of the material is also questionable.

We should also give credit to the owner of the photo/video. We can do this at the beginning of the text of the post, and we can also mention the IG account owner in the post (this way, owners will know the locations of their shared photos).

Another issue we need to understand is that mistakes are made.

A lot of people don’t know what the correct etiquette is on Instagram, Dears included. Many times there is no bad intention. We have to remain polite. If we can’t handle it politely, we have the right to report abuse of our pictures – to Instagram.

Given the music we've chosen to listen to and the artist we've chosen to follow, our fandom is a corner of heaven

 – a very inviting place, but still kept closed or at a certain distance for any presence that doesn’t resonate with the Dimash vibe.

If we have nothing positive to say, we say nothing.

So if you get rude messages, feel free to block the user responsible instead of wasting your time and patience participating in something that could become a shortcut to cyber bullying – a horrible phenomenon encountered very often on all social networks.

As a joke, they say your social media accounts can only be popular if you’re a celebrity, or if you’re half naked, a fashion blogger or a teenage cheerleader.

We’re clearly NOT part of the above list, so we cannot be popular. We are Dears and we are here for Dimash.

However, if our need for a larger account is real, here’s what we should consider:

  • have an unique account
  • connect with other similar accounts
  • interact with our followers – whom we should entertain/inform on a regular basis, so they don’t get bored of following us
  • be creative, always trying new things
  • always be on our best behavior
  • spread positivity

And yet another list of things we shouldn’t do:

  • share too much
  • spamming with messages promoting our own account
  • avoid bad grammar and spelling
  • write posts with capital letters (they seem offensive)
  • overuse #hashtags
  • only care about the number of followers (we will always have to remember, quality over quantity)
  • buy likes/followers (an old habit that has become very obvious and this is the last thing we should be thinking about, it’s just a waste of money and doesn’t help anyone, us or Dimash)
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We credit Sandro Husack for the awesome photos on this page

Whatever happens, we always ask for help or advice from other Dears we trust and always remember that we are on Instagram for Dimash.

With much love,

for Dimash

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