We understand that as an influencer you do not want to link your channels everywhere. That is why we would like to explain the importance of this link and what data we can retrieve with it:

1. Media kit statistics

When you register your channel, you automatically receive a media kit with the most important information and statistics of your channel. This is your calling card for potential brands you want to collaborate with. Your media kit is visible to approved advertisers (they can invite you to a collaboration based on your media kit) or when you respond to a campaign yourself. The statistics that are visible here are automatically kept up-to-date via the link.

The statistics that are visible differ per channel and are as follows:

Instagram

  • Number of followers

  • Average number of actions per post (comments / likes)

  • Engagement ratio

  • Following

  • Number of posts

Website

  • Unique visitors per month

  • Views per month

  • Domain Authority

  • Trust Flow

  • Citation Flow

  • Demography (age, gender and countries top 5)

TikTok

  • Number of followers

  • Following

  • Number of posts

  • Total number of likes

YouTube

  • Number of subscribers

  • Number of views

  • Average number of actions per video (comments / likes)

  • Engagement ratio

  • Number of posts

  • Number of likes

  • Comments

Facebook

  • Number of followers

  • Average number of actions per post (comments / likes)

  • Engagement ratio

  • Number of posts

  • Total number of likes

  • Total number of comments

  • Total number of shares

Twitter

  • Number of followers

  • Average number of actions (retweets / likes)media kit

  • Engagement ratio

  • Number of posts

  • Total number of likes

  • Shares

Look at a media kit example:

2. Collaboration statistics

When you start a collaboration and submit the final post the statistics will be shown inside the campaign. These are visible to the client, to yourself and to us. It concerns the following statistics: likes, dislikes, comments, shares, views, unique visitors, reads, clicks and leads.

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