Please find the results below.
|Name:||The Lace Cactus🌵|
|thelacecactus's instagram posts receive on average 174 likes. For an account with 122,452 followers, they should receive a minimum of 2,449 likes per post.|
|thelacecactus's instagram posts receive on average 1 comments. For an account with 122,452 followers, they should receive a minimum of 122 comments per post.|
Their Average Likes 0.142%
Should be above 2%
Their Average Likes are 7% of what they should be
Their Average Comments 0.001%
Should be above 0.1%
Their Average Comments are 1% of what they should be
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||8,679 (7.09%)|
|Dormant or fake followers||113,773 (92.91%)|
|Note:||If this account is for a business, 20% likely real followers is typical.|
Green = OK Red = LOW
Please note: All images are the property of thelacecactus, and are hosted on Instagram.
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
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.