See the metrics Influencity provides for YouTube profiles.
Learn about the 20+ metrics we offer for YouTuber and how they can be used to measure a YouTube channel’s performance. These metrics fall into 6 categories:
Tip: If you’re new to influencer marketing, check out the Influencity Glossary for more information on the terms we use in this article.
View this profile’s main KPIs at the top of their page. These are the metrics that indicate the reach and popularity of their channel:
- Number of subscribers
- Engagement - interactions divided by followers x 100.
- Earned Media Rate - the equivalent advertising value of a post (learn more about this metric here).
- Average interactions - the average number of likes and comments on recent videos.
- Follower quality - see how many followers are real people and how many are bots or inactive accounts.
- Average activity split - how many interactions can be attributed to likes, video views, and comments.
- Engagement rate scale - this is the engagement rate displayed visually in comparison to the average influencer. In the example below, we can see that this influencer has a higher than average rate.
Tip: It’s unlikely for any profile to have 100% quality followers – generally anything over 80% is considered to be a healthy number. Read all about this metric here.
See how this profile has changed over time to get an idea of if an influencer is up and coming or losing steam. This influencer shows a gradual increase in followers and has received more views in the past 3 months.
Sharp decreases in likes or followers could indicate that an influencer has done something unpopular and is suffering from backlash.
Here, gain these insights into the audience this profile is currently reaching:
- Their age range and how many men and women fall into each.
- The gender split.
- The top countries.
- The top languages.
Tip: Did you know that it’s possible to ‘buy’ followers? These fictitious accounts often come from specific countries. Find out more in our article on how to detect fake followers.
These 30 accounts have been identified as having the same follower demographics. For example, maybe your selected profile features content related to style and clothing, while a profile from this list posts content related to makeup and beauty. While their actual content may be different, they attract followers with similar demographics. This is a good way to find different accounts without losing sight of your target demographic.
These users have 1,000+ followers and public profiles – meaning anyone can view their content. If your content is picked up by one of these popular YouTube profiles, it could give a big boost to your brand visibility.
Take a look at an account's top-performing posts to get a better idea of its content.
Learn how to export these metrics to Excel or share them in a PDF file or URL link.
Next, read about the metrics we provide for influencers on Instagram and TikTok or head to our IRM FAQs page.