At five years old, Instagram now has a community of over 400 million and there are many charities included in that number.
Unicef, Save the Children and Beating Bowel Cancer are just a few examples of organisations using the photo-sharing service to keep supporters up-to-date on what what they are up to and raise awareness for their respective causes.
“When Instagram launched nearly five years ago, 400 million seemed like a distant dream. Now, we continue to strive to improve Instagram — helping you experience the world through images and connect with others through shared passions,” Instagram said in a blog post.
This colourful infographic from Tom Hopkins, One Productions, help us understand how the social media channel has evolved so far.
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