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Rapport de Campagne
hypeauditor
May 16 — Jun 2, 2020

HypeAuditor Demo Campaign

Mentions: #hypeauditor 1 @hypeauditor

Vue d'ensemble

Influenceurs
9
Média posté
12
J'aime
155.8K
Commentaires
3.2K
Qualité d'Audience
146M
Taux d'engagement
0.06%
CPE
$0.59
Budget
$93.7K
Portée
4.8K

Public

Audience totale
172.5M
Qualité d'Audience
146M
Portée
4.8K
Impressions
3.1K

Age & Genre

50%
50%
25-34 ans 42%

Classement des pays

38M
United States
(22.05%)
14.2M
India
(8.23%)

Classement des villes

7.1M
New York City
(4.09%)
3.4M
London
(1.98%)

Type d'Audience

  • 83.13%Vraies personnes
  • 1.54%Influenceurs
  • 4.51%Abonnés de masse
  • 10.83%Suspect

Engagements

J'aime
155.8K
Commentaires
3.2K
Taux d'engagement
0.06%
Partages
84

Dépenses

Budget de la campagne
$93.7K
Engagements totaux
159K
CPE
$0.59
Dépensé à cette date
$73.6K
EMV
$366,504
ROI
498%

Influenceurs

Influenceurs postés
7 sur 9
Publications
7
Stories
5
Total des communications
12

Calendrier

Média posté

Publications

6.6M abonnés
Il ya 2 jours
Lady Capulet lady_capulet

Capulet's wife is the matriarch of the house of Capulet and Juliet's mother. She plays a larger role than Montague's wife, appearing in several scenes. In Act 1, Scene 3, she speaks to Juliet about the marriage of her daughter and Paris, we see this as she compares him to a book, and Juliet is the cover. However, in Scene four, she is pleased about Count Paris' "interest" in her daughter. When Tybalt is killed in Act 3, she expresses extreme grief and a strong desire for revenge on Romeo by wishing death upon him. In Act 3, Scene 5, she becomes very angry with Juliet for refusing to marry Paris and coldly rejects her, saying: "Talk not to me, for I'll not speak a word; do as thou wilt, for I am done with thee". By the final act, she is nearly overcome by the tragic events of the play, this is where the grief-stricken mother comes out.[3] We know Juliet's mother bore her first child by the time she was 14, Juliet's age, and her husband is many years older than she. Calling her "Lady Capulet" is a later addition; it is an echo of Juliet's form of address in 3.5.65: "my lady mother". In the first texts the stage direction and speech headings can be "mother", "wife", or even "old lady", but nowhere "Lady Capulet".

J'aime 8.2K
Taux d'engagement 0.13%
Prix proposé $11,800
Commentaires 29
CPE $1.43
Eng. authentique.
2.9M abonnés
Il ya 4 jours
Mercutio mercutio

Tybalt is the son of Lady Capulet's brother and Juliet's hot-headed first cousin. As a skilled swordsman, he serves as the story's principal antagonist. Tybalt is angered by the insult of Romeo and Benvolio's uninvited presence at the ball in the Capulets' home. Tybalt shares the same name as the character Tibert/Tybalt the "Prince of Cats" in Reynard the Fox, a point of both mockery and compliment to him in the play. While Mercutio repeatedly calls Tybalt "Prince of Cats" (referring to Tybalt's speed and agility with the sword), Mercutio is also insulting Tybalt.

J'aime 10.3K
Taux d'engagement 0.38%
Prix proposé $10,000
Commentaires 1.3K
CPE $0.86
Eng. authentique.
5.5M abonnés
Il ya 5 jours
Lord Capulet lord_capulet

Capulet's wife is the matriarch of the house of Capulet and Juliet's mother. She plays a larger role than Montague's wife, appearing in several scenes. In Act 1, Scene 3, she speaks to Juliet about the marriage of her daughter and Paris, we see this as she compares him to a book, and Juliet is the cover. However, in Scene four, she is pleased about Count Paris' "interest" in her daughter. When Tybalt is killed in Act 3, she expresses extreme grief and a strong desire for revenge on Romeo by wishing death upon him. In Act 3, Scene 5, she becomes very angry with Juliet for refusing to marry Paris and coldly rejects her, saying: "Talk not to me, for I'll not speak a word; do as thou wilt, for I am done with thee". By the final act, she is nearly overcome by the tragic events of the play, this is where the grief-stricken mother comes out.[3] We know Juliet's mother bore her first child by the time she was 14, Juliet's age, and her husband is many years older than she. Calling her "Lady Capulet" is a later addition; it is an echo of Juliet's form of address in 3.5.65: "my lady mother". In the first texts the stage direction and speech headings can be "mother", "wife", or even "old lady", but nowhere "Lady Capulet".

J'aime 22.4K
Taux d'engagement 0.41%
Prix proposé $14,200
Commentaires 364
CPE $0.62
Eng. authentique.
4.9M abonnés
Il ya 5 jours
Tybalt tybalt

Capulet's wife is the matriarch of the house of Capulet and Juliet's mother. She plays a larger role than Montague's wife, appearing in several scenes. In Act 1, Scene 3, she speaks to Juliet about the marriage of her daughter and Paris, we see this as she compares him to a book, and Juliet is the cover. However, in Scene four, she is pleased about Count Paris' "interest" in her daughter. When Tybalt is killed in Act 3, she expresses extreme grief and a strong desire for revenge on Romeo by wishing death upon him. In Act 3, Scene 5, she becomes very angry with Juliet for refusing to marry Paris and coldly rejects her, saying: "Talk not to me, for I'll not speak a word; do as thou wilt, for I am done with thee". By the final act, she is nearly overcome by the tragic events of the play, this is where the grief-stricken mother comes out.[3] We know Juliet's mother bore her first child by the time she was 14, Juliet's age, and her husband is many years older than she. Calling her "Lady Capulet" is a later addition; it is an echo of Juliet's form of address in 3.5.65: "my lady mother". In the first texts the stage direction and speech headings can be "mother", "wife", or even "old lady", but nowhere "Lady Capulet".

J'aime 66.7K
Taux d'engagement 1.37%
Prix proposé $12,600
Commentaires 159
CPE $0.19
Eng. authentique.
3.4M abonnés
Il ya 6 jours
Benvolio benvolio

He is Montague's nephew and Romeo's cousin. Benvolio and Romeo are both friends of Mercutio, a kinsman to Prince Escalus. Benvolio seems to have little sympathy with the feud, trying unsuccessfully to back down from a fight with Tybalt, and the duels that end in Mercutio and Tybalt's death. Benvolio spends most of Act I attempting to distract his cousin from his infatuation with Rosaline, but following the first appearance of Mercutio in I.iv, he and Mercutio become more closely aligned until III.i. In that scene, he drags the fatally wounded Mercutio offstage, before returning to inform Romeo of Mercutio's death and the Prince of the course of Mercutio's and Tybalt's deaths. Benvolio then disappears from the play (though, as a Montague, he may implicitly be included in the stage direction in the final scene "Enter Lord Montague and others", and he is sometimes doubled with Balthasar). Though he ultimately disappears from the play without much notice, he is a crucial character if only in that he is the only child of the new generation from either family to survive the play (as Romeo, Juliet, Paris, Mercutio, and Tybalt are dead).

J'aime 13.7K
Taux d'engagement 0.42%
Prix proposé $9,500
Commentaires 1.3K
CPE $0.63
Eng. authentique.
3.6M abonnés
Il ya 6 jours
Romeo romeo

Tybalt is the son of Lady Capulet's brother and Juliet's hot-headed first cousin. As a skilled swordsman, he serves as the story's principal antagonist. Tybalt is angered by the insult of Romeo and Benvolio's uninvited presence at the ball in the Capulets' home. Tybalt shares the same name as the character Tibert/Tybalt the "Prince of Cats" in Reynard the Fox, a point of both mockery and compliment to him in the play. While Mercutio repeatedly calls Tybalt "Prince of Cats" (referring to Tybalt's speed and agility with the sword), Mercutio is also insulting Tybalt.

J'aime 282
Taux d'engagement 0.01%
Prix proposé $7,500
Commentaires 0
CPE $26.6
Eng. suspect
137.9M abonnés
Il ya 7 jours
Juliet juliet

He is Montague's nephew and Romeo's cousin. Benvolio and Romeo are both friends of Mercutio, a kinsman to Prince Escalus. Benvolio seems to have little sympathy with the feud, trying unsuccessfully to back down from a fight with Tybalt, and the duels that end in Mercutio and Tybalt's death. Benvolio spends most of Act I attempting to distract his cousin from his infatuation with Rosaline, but following the first appearance of Mercutio in I.iv, he and Mercutio become more closely aligned until III.i. In that scene, he drags the fatally wounded Mercutio offstage, before returning to inform Romeo of Mercutio's death and the Prince of the course of Mercutio's and Tybalt's deaths. Benvolio then disappears from the play (though, as a Montague, he may implicitly be included in the stage direction in the final scene "Enter Lord Montague and others", and he is sometimes doubled with Balthasar). Though he ultimately disappears from the play without much notice, he is a crucial character if only in that he is the only child of the new generation from either family to survive the play (as Romeo, Juliet, Paris, Mercutio, and Tybalt are dead).

J'aime 34.2K
Taux d'engagement 0.02%
Prix proposé $8,000
Commentaires 2
CPE $0.23
Eng. suspect

Stories postées

lady_capulet
Impressions 25
Portée 601
DMs 32
Réactions 455
Partages 12
Clics N/A
lady_capulet
Impressions 34
Portée 683
DMs 12
Réactions 112
Partages 41
Clics N/A