When you connect a social profile, Minter.io automatically pulls all available historical data for this profile. The amount of historical data available depends on the social network you connect. Below you can find detailed information about historical data typically available.

Instagram Historical Data

Instagram Profile

Audience

Follower growth data (the Followers and Follower Change graphs) is available for up to 30 days, or since the Instagram profile was converted to a business or creator profile, for most profiles. There may be longer backdated data available for some larger Instagram profiles.

The Gained and Lost Followers data can only be tracked from the day you connect your profile to Minter.io. There's no historical data for this metric.

Daily changes in the demographics data (gender, age, location, language and online activity) are only available from the day you connect your Instagram profile to Minter.io. However, you can see the demographics data for all your current followers if you select the "All Time" date range using the date picker.

Posts

All posts are available except archived posts. You can access historical data for likes and comments on all your past media. You can access Reach, Impressions, Saves and Video Views data for up to two years, or for posts published since the Instagram profile was converted to a business or creator profile.

There's no historical data for Follower Change data for posts.

Stories

Unfortunately, there's no data history for Instagram Stories.

Ads

Up to two years of historical data is available for boosted posts and separately created Instagram ads (“dark posts”).

Optimization

Optimization historical data is available except for archived posts.

Profile

All profile historical data is available for up to two years, or since your account was converted to a business account.

Mentions

We provide up to one month of historical data for tags on Instagram posts.

Unfortunately, there's no data history for caption and comment mentions.

Benchmarks

Benchmark data is based on your average metrics in the last 30 days. There's no data for historical date ranges.

Instagram Hashtag

Instagram hashtags can display up to 3,000 historical top posts. We start tracking your hashtag in full from the day you add it to Minter.io, and you can access content published in the last 24 hours.

Only comment and like data posted within 24 hours of a hashtagged post’s publication is available.


Twitter Historical Data

Twitter Profile

Audience

Twitter Follower data, including Followers, Follower Change and Gained and Lost Follower Graphs, is available from the time you connect your Twitter account to Minter.io. There may be longer backdated data available for larger Twitter profiles.

Daily changes in the demographics data (gender, location, language and Follower/Following ratio) are only available from the day you connect your Twitter profile to Minter.io. However, you can see the demographics data for all your current followers if you select the "All Time" date range using the date picker.

Tweets

Historical data is available for the last 3,200 tweets from the time you add your Twitter profile to Minter.io. Historical data for Impressions, Link Clicks, Profile Clicks and promoted data is available for tweets posted in the last 30 days.

Optimization

Historical data is available for the last 3,200 tweets from the time you add your Twitter profile to Minter.io.

Mentions

Historical data is available for the last 30,000 mentions from the time you add your Twitter profile to Minter.io.

Twitter Hashtag

There are up to 5,000 historical tweets available. This limit, however, doesn't affect the 'Number of Tweets' graph. It will show the actual number of tweets for each day, even if it exceeds 5,000.

The other metrics are able to display data for up to 7 days prior to the time you add the hashtag to Minter.io, up to a total of 5,000 tweets.


Facebook Historical Data

Facebook Page

Historical data is available for all Facebook page metrics for up to two years.

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