Instagram now shows influencers how their Reels and live videos are performing
What you need to know
- Instagram is now giving people more information about how their content is performing.
- Both Reels and live videos now show more information to influencers.
Instagram has begun to show influencers and businesses more information about their Reels and live videos, giving them the tools needed to see what works and what doesn't.
First spotted by Engadget, the new 'insights' give people the chance to see how many likes, comments, and saves Reels have to their name plus additional information for live videos.
That's not all, either. Instagram has also updated its Accounts Insights page, says Engadget.
The more information made available to Instagram businesses and influencers, the more they can tweak their content to make sure that it hits the mark with more people. Reels and live videos have been something the social network has been trying to push people towards so it stands to reason it would also provide the information needed to make the most of them, too.
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