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What it means to connect your social media channels to
What it means to connect your social media channels to

Privacy, passwords, and personal information.

Updated over a week ago

When you create an account on, you’ll be asked to connect at least one social media channel to your profile.

Your Instagram, YouTube, TikTok or Facebook channel connection is facilitated by a verified, first-party connection provided by the social media channel.

When you connect one of these channels, we’re provided with verified information like your number of followers, and the engagement/views you receive. These numbers will be displayed on your profile page for brands, and they’re automatically updated every 1-2 hours.

Snapchat and Podcast information on your profile is "self reported"

Is it safe to connect my channels?

When you’re asked to log into your social media channels, you’re not giving us permission to access your social media channels in any way. We don’t receive any of your passwords or personal information. Your information is protected by the social media channels,

What information can brands can see from my social media channels?

The specific information a brand will see will depend on the social media channel, but generally speaking, the information falls under two categories:

  1. Content performance metrics, such as followers, reach/views, and engagements

  2. Audience demographics, such as location, gender, and age. This is displayed as a percentage of your audience (e.g. 50% of your audience is female, and 50% is male).

  3. Your content (i.e. images and videos) that you've published on your social media channels

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