Fake followers. Our company thoroughly audits each property before we start looking for a suitable brand. If your account shows traces of artificial activity, we will be unable to work with you.
Engagement groups. If your account was built via engagement groups (share for share/like for like), then it does not qualify for our network. In rare cases, exceptions are possible.
Follow/unfollow. Our company usually avoids accounts built via this method, as it is considered automation in our book. On rare occasions, we might be able to find a brand who is interested, but at nominal rates.
Hacked accounts. We do not work with any accounts that were obtained illegally.
Non-English accounts. While we do work with non-English Instagram accounts, the companies we represent won’t offer anything substantial for these types of properties.
Low activity. If your account has below than average activity levels, we won’t be able to sign you on.
Poor follower retention. If your account is losing followers at a high rate, we will be unable to find a willing buyer.
40,000 follower minimum. If your Instagram account has less than 40000 followers, please don’t submit it. These days, even 40k accounts are considered small, and the brands we work with don’t prefer anything less than that.
Undesirable demographics. Our company is mostly interested in US/CA/AU/UK followers (at least 40%), so if your property doesn’t include followers from these countries, we most likely won’t be able to find a suitable brand. In rare cases, some accounts with undesirable countries do happen to land a contract, but at much lower rates.