Instagram Analysis Platform Analisa.io is Officially Launched
Using AI technology, Analisa.io strives to provide a more complete data analysis
Prayogo Ryza - 30 August 2018
Instagram analysis platform Analisa.io (Analisa) is officially launched. Becoming one of Mumu.id's portfolios, Analisa strives to offer an accurate and complete information for Instagram's hashtag and account analysis. Supported by AI (Artificial Intelligence), Analisa is optimistic to provide a complete insight into popular content, users demographics, and geotrend heat map.
Analisa claims to be able to provide data that can be followed up for campaign purposes for influencers, agencies, brand marketers and those who run social media marketing, especially those who specifically need campaigns for Instagram.
They will complete Mumu.id's portfolios as an Instagram analysis tool providing opportunities for anyone to read Instagram trend analysis for accounts or hashtags.
"As the increasing social media's effectiveness and its impact in public, we strive to provide tools which accessible [and capable] to bring positive and optimum impact to social media activities for anyone. Also bringing transparency and accountability to the industry. Our objective in Mumu.id is to create a powerful platform which capable to democratize social empowerment to all individuals or businesses," Winston Muljadi, Mumu.id's Co-Founder, said.
Analisa is optimistic to target all classes, of brand marketers, agencies, and influencers worldwide. Include in the market are individuals trying to evaluate Instagram's hashtags or accounts performance.
No longer in beta version, Analisa offers opportunities for everyone to use their tools. They also provide paid subscription in case you need a more complete data and features.
Mumu.id's post-pivot act is to build a complete portfolio and focus on social media segments, especially Instagram. Aside from Analisa, they also have IconReel as a platform to connect influencers with agencies.
– Original article is in Indonesian, translated by Kristin Siagian