Issa Asad Gives 4 Tech Tools for New Instagram Followers

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Issa Asad Gives 4 Tech Tools for New Instagram Followers

Issa Asad Florida

Issa Asad Florida

Are you lost in Instagram? Do you have to send a report to your client and can’t find a way to do it? Do you want to analyse your followers in Instagram, but don’t see how to do it?

“Although you can already see Instagram’s statistics, there are several utilities that do an excellent job of collecting and analyzing your actions on this network,” said Issa Asad Florida entrepreneur and social media expert. Mr. Asad is the CEO of Q Link Wireless and Quadrant Holdings, located in South Florida. He is also the author of 4 e-commerce and marketing e-books that can be purchased on Amazon.

The following tools are free (or offer a free period of use) and generate useful information. You only need to register with your account to authorize the application. Here, Issa Asad Gives 4 Tech Tools for New Instagram Followers:

1. Metricool

A simple but complete interface. Metricool is the only tool whose menus are in Spanish (widely used in Spain, Colombia, Ecuador and Latin America in general). You can set the period to analyze; by default it shows the Instagram statistics for the last 30 days. It also allows you to analyze Facebook pages, LinkedIn pages, blog pages and Twitter accounts.

The Growth chart is a bar graph that indicates the number of followers obtained day by day. A feature of Metricool is that all graphs are accompanied by the key figures of the metric shown. Clearer cannot a rooster crow.

Keeping the style, the Interactions statistics are plotted by means of bars, where two lines stand out that represent the amount of Like and comments, both figures per day.

Finally, the Followers Balance reflects the number of followers won and lost, and accompanies this information with some of the accounts that began to follow you and with several of those that stopped following you. Good option to analyze your followers in Instagram.

2. Cool-Tabs

It is the most complete tool analyzed here. You can try it FREE for 15 days. It allows you to analyze Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Depending on the plan you choose, you can add as many accounts as you want. There is also a wide range of options for creating promotions on social networks.

The Statistics section summarizes some general aspects of the account: the followers obtained over time, a cloud of the hashtags you have used most in your publications and another of the words, as well as highlights the filters most used by the account.

3. Ink361

After registering, you will see the main menu, where there are three options:

You show a summary of the typical Instagram statistics: Number of publications, I like received, comments, followers and followed.

Circles is an account display option. You define which ones you want to group in a “circle” and you will only see the information related to the accounts of that circle.

4. GabStats

Previously known as “Stats for Instagram”, this tool is developed by programmer Gabriele Ferrari. With a very clean interface, it groups Instagram statistics into five main categories:

1. Performance covers three linear graphs: One for Like, one for comments and one for the number of posts. All statistics are per day.
2. Best Posts highlights the 3 publications with the most Like and the 3 with the most comments.
3. Worst Posts groups the 3 publications that have received the least interactions.
4. Activity graphs the average of posts/likes according to the time of publication. It also shows an average of the Likes received according to the local time of your geographic location.
5. Tags and tagged users shows two pie charts: the first one with the five hashtags that received the most from Me Gusta, and the second one highlights the five user accounts tagged in the posts that received the most likes.

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