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Ever wondered how many posts Followyst liked or how many followers you gained as the result? In other words, you were not sure how effective your Followyst campaigns are? If so, I have great news for you! Starting with version 1.14.0, you can check the most basic stats 📈 right in the Followyst app, including:

  • Changes to the total number of your followers.
  • New followers gained.
  • The number of pictures Followyst liked.
  • Total time Followyst was running.

You can choose from three time periods 🕰 (last 24 hours, last week, last month) to get a better grasp of how much progress you’re making.

An example of the Statistics view in Followyst

The type of stats Followyst ships with in this release are just a sample of what’s coming in the near future. With the technical groundwork laid out, we plan to add more types of stats to the Statistics view.

Things you can do with the data

We believe that, equipped with this data, you will be able to better plan your Instagram marketing efforts. To give you an example: let’s say you posted to Instagram and ran Followyst for an hour or two after posting. A few hours later, when you checked your Instagram stats, you observed a very small gain in followers after liking popular, relevant #️⃣ hashtag posts. It might be worthwhile then to try a different hashtag, one that is more relevant, but not necessary that popular. Alternatively, try other Followyst activities. In this case, running Like influencer pictures might make more sense more sense, especially when your recent posts align with what a particular influencer represents or is doing with their content.

Let us know in the comments below how you’re using the new Statistics 📈. We would also love to hear 📣your suggestions on how we can improve the feature, especially particular type of stats you want to see in Followyst.

Happy Instagramming!

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