[Press Release] Micro-influencers in Singapore with highest engagement rates

storify.me, Singapore’s leading indie-creator platform, announced a list of the indie-creators and micro influencers with the most engaged content on social media in 2020.

To determine Singapore’s most engaging micro-influencers, only creators with a follower base of 20,000 and below on Instagram are considered. Final ranking is determined by the average engagement volume per post. The higher the average per post, the more engaging a creator is deemed to be. Quantitative analysis of each creator and micro-influencer are done on storify.me’s proprietary analytics system.

Overall, top 5 attracted an average of 1,627 engagement actions (likes, comments and equivalent) per post. Among them, find Youtubers, artistes, gamers and a cute furry spitz.

@mizchiefmagik (Leah)
Singapore . Gaming . K-pop

15,024 followers / 2,157 average likes / 39 average comments

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@sherrng (Ng Sher Ren 黄思恩)
Singapore . Gaming . Streaming . Tech

17,529 followers / 1,551 average likes / 40 average comments

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@bennhum (Ben Hum)
Singapore . Live Singer . Performer

19,001 followers / 1,460 average likes / 101 average comments

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@lunamoontheloon (HooMom’s pet spitz)
Singapore . Pet

16,715 followers / 1,430 average likes / 91 average comments

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@ardinalinley (Ardina Linley Sng)
Singapore . Fashion . Lifestyle

18,402 followers / 1,244 average likes / 20 average comments

Please refer to https://hello.storify.me/blog/top-micro-influencers-in-singapore or contact us at hello@storify.me for more details.

There you go. 5 Singaporean micro-infuencers with the most engaging content on Instagram in 2020. To search for creators by their subject matter and passions, visit storify.me.
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