Does an Instagram Account have fake followers? Find out through a Social Engagement Check!

Follower Engagement Audit Report

Please find the results below.


Account

Name: Neverland Store
Pic: Neverland Store Profile Picture

Followers

Total: 28,932
Average Likes:
Should Be:
67
1,013
Average Comments:
Should Be:
1
58
Average Vs Target Likes
  • Average
  • Target
Average Vs Target Comments
  • Average
  • Target

Engagement Check #1 (Likes)

Average Likes 0.23%

Should be above 3.5%

Average Likes are 7% of what they should be



Engagement Check #2 (Comments)

Average Comments 0.002%

Should be above 0.2%

Average Comments are 1% of what they should be



Follower Audit Result

Social Engagement Grade = F

This account has lower than expected social engagement from likes.

This account has lower than expected social engagement from comments, or comments are disabled.

Likely real followers 1,902 (6.57%)
Dormant or fake followers 27,030 (93.43%)
Note: If this account is for a business, 20% likely real followers is typical.

Real Vs Suspect Followers
  • Real
  • Suspect

Social Engagement Details (Last 12 Posts)

Green = OK   Red = LOW

Please note: All images are the property of neverlandstore, and are hosted on Instagram.

16-02-2019

🚨MYSTERY BOX 🚨|| Last chance to grab the limited Neverland Mystery Box || click the link in our bio to get yours! #neverland

Likes : 21
(0.073 %)

Cmnts : 0
(0.000 %)

16-02-2019

STOCK UP || Heaps of new arrivals in store and online this weekend #neverland

Likes : 93
(0.321 %)

Cmnts : 0
(0.000 %)

16-02-2019

STOCK UP || New @nxp Hellcat Pants In Raw Indigo paired back with new @championausnz tee || JUST LANDED #neverland

Likes : 74
(0.256 %)

Cmnts : 1
(0.003 %)

15-02-2019

WEEKEND FRESH || New @championausnz just landed || GET IT🥊 #neverland

Likes : 125
(0.432 %)

Cmnts : 0
(0.000 %)

15-02-2019

HERITAGE SPORT || Just Landed || @championausnz @starterofficial @majesticathletic 🔥🔥🔥#neverland

Likes : 35
(0.121 %)

Cmnts : 0
(0.000 %)

14-02-2019

BAD HABITS || Shop the Habits Curved Hem Tee from @kisschacey We are packed with new tee’s online and instore #neverland

Likes : 50
(0.173 %)

Cmnts : 0
(0.000 %)

14-02-2019

BACK IN STOCK || All our Beat selling pants are back.

Likes : 52
(0.180 %)

Cmnts : 0
(0.000 %)

13-02-2019

🔥NEW🔥 @nxp in store and online now! Shop the Settled Score Multi Layered Tee in Jet Black #neverland

Likes : 36
(0.124 %)

Cmnts : 1
(0.003 %)

12-02-2019

Packed with newness from @kisschacey #neverland

Likes : 177
(0.612 %)

Cmnts : 2
(0.007 %)

12-02-2019

NEW|| @kisschacey Hoodies just dropped online and instore #neverland

Likes : 71
(0.245 %)

Cmnts : 3
(0.010 %)

12-02-2019

🚨TREAT YO’ SELF🚨 The NEVERLAND Mystery Box is here! ||Let us surprise you! Randomly selected and you get a chance to win a bonus $100 gift voucher when you purchase a $200 box. || more styles added || Shop the link in our Bio || Offer ends Midnight Sunday 17th February

Likes : 21
(0.073 %)

Cmnts : 1
(0.003 %)

11-02-2019

|| STUDENTS || Grab 20% Off || Show your student card instore or sign up to @unidays_au on our website to claim throughout the month of February. Easy. #neverland

Likes : 44
(0.152 %)

Cmnts : 0
(0.000 %)

Social Blade

Another sign that someone has been dabbling in the paid follower trade is when their daily increase in followers is inconsistent. Our basic test does not cover this metric. But you can obtain this information by regularly checking Socialblade.com, and checking out the follower changes per day. When the account has a spike in followers gained, it is a sure sign that something has caused it, and probably not something organic.

Check Social Blade Info

Follower Analysis

Another aspect to check is the quality of the followers an account has. When using a paid follower service it is sometimes evident that the users who are following you are following a LOT of other people also. When you come across a supposedly normal user account that is following 1,000+ other users and has only 100 followers, it might indicate they are one of the accounts paid to follow people. Some accounts may have valid reasons for this, but the average user couldn't manage reviewing 1,000+ posts every few days.