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Instagram Ghost Followers: Here is How to Get Rid of Them!

Updated on August 21, 2016
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A Photo Network

Instagram is one of the most popular social networks specialized in photos and videos sharing. Starting as an entirely new service, nextly it has been acquired by Facebook, even if it still survives as a different social network. Every Instagram user has a public or private profile in which he can upload his photos and videos from a phone or a tablet. Then users are able to like and comment all photos. Some people base their activity on Instagram, for example you can find photographers who like to promote their work through these social networks, even if most people use Instagram only to share private photos with family and friends.



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This social network is based on the concept of followers, like Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and Tumblr. Some people just follow their friends on Instagram, other also follow celebrities. Other people love to follow various guys in order to get followed back and build an online audience. In this last case people may encounter a problem: what happens when one of their followers decides to stop following them? They will not get noticed and they will continue to follow him! For this reason there are apps that can help you track your Instagram unfollowers in order that, whenever someone unfollows you, you can be alerted and so you can unfollow him back! In this hub we will look into InstaFollow, an Android app which will let you to track your unfollowers and much more! Keep in mind that also in other smartphones you will be able to look for similar apps (for example you can find a lot of Instagram trackers in the Apple App Store).

Extra features are the premium paid features of the app. Other stats are free and you can discover your new followers, unfollowers and people who have recently blocked you for free!
Extra features are the premium paid features of the app. Other stats are free and you can discover your new followers, unfollowers and people who have recently blocked you for free!

Free Features of InstaFollow App

This app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. All its basic features are free, while for deeper analytics details you will be able to purchase the single features within the app. You can track your unfollowers for free, but also people who block you! Finally you can know your recent followers, mutual followings and people who follow you but you do not follow back! Deep insights are accessible through the paid features.

The Engagement section is the first paid area of InstaFollow and provides you with stats relating to how your followers interact with your profile and with your photos and videos.
The Engagement section is the first paid area of InstaFollow and provides you with stats relating to how your followers interact with your profile and with your photos and videos.

The Engagement Section

The Engagement section is the first paid analysis tool provided by InstaFollow and it allows you to discover how your followers interact with you on Instagram. You can discover who are your top supporters and the ones who don't interact with you (the so called ghost followers). Finally you can discover people who only like your photos and the ones who only comment your photos without liking them.




The User Insight section is the second paid feature of InstaFollow. Here you can discover more about users activity!
The User Insight section is the second paid feature of InstaFollow. Here you can discover more about users activity!

The User Insight Section

This section is quite similar to the previous. It tells you the most and least active users, users which became inactive recently and even potential spammers (so basically users that publish spammy photos, advertise other profiles, follow too much people and interact too much with your posts). It also tells you the most and least popular users, the followers you like best, and finally users who published photos you like, but who you don't follow!





The Media Insight section is the third paid area of InstaFollow and provides stats about your most and least successful media published on Instagram.
The Media Insight section is the third paid area of InstaFollow and provides stats about your most and least successful media published on Instagram.

The Media Insight Section

The Media Insight section provides you with details about average number of likes and comments you get in a photo or in a video. You will also discover what are your most liked photos and videos. This will allow you to know what type of photos and videos you should publish in the future.







© 2015 Alessio Ganci

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