Insense is the first platform that connects brands and influential content creators to run Facebook & Instagram Ad campaigns more effectively
Nothing that can't be done on your own or through one of the dozen other influencer management platformsCons:
Few and low quality influencer options. Clunky UX with limited instructions to use the platform. Withheld $$$ but NEVER PAID THE INFLUENCERS
NOT WORTH THE $299. There is nothing here that you cannot do on your own or through any other influencer management platform. I really wanted this platform to work because native influencer ads have always done well for us but this platform under delivered in just about every way possible.
There were very few influencer options and the options that were available were pretty low quality. The brand side of the app is confusing and hard to use. There is limited/no instructions on how to use the platform. We had to email support to ask for an explanation and instructions for every step of the process. The answers from support were mediocre at best and still left a fair amount of confusion.
They also withheld money that should have been paid to the influencers but 4 weeks later and they still haven't been paid. So they took the money from us, the brand, but didn't send it to the influencers. It's hard for me to see how this isn't theft. Maybe this review will finally get their attention and they will settle up the balance to the influencers.Bogartgrand has used this product for one month.
Innovative. Nowadays influencers are the mass media.Cons:
Will big brands join? Or they'll prefer to have a direct link with the influencers?
From the influencers point of view, it is not clear - to me - what are the minimum requirements to join and how much money they can make. Is the influencer revenue model CPC, CPA or CPM?Michele Spina has never used this product.