With over a million creators ready to be explored in the Discovery tool, let's filter through the different options to find the perfect talent to represent your brand!
Main Discovery Filters
- Socials: search by social platforms and metrics (e.g. Engagement Rate, Followers, Verified, etc).
- Content: search based on the type of media content the creators are posting; this includes searching by certain topics.
- Audience: search by the creators' audience demographics – including location, age range, gender, ethnicity, or brand affinities.
- Creator: search by creators' gender, age, language, and location.
- More: adds the option to search by creators who have an email on file and/or excluded from your network (or not already in your CRM).
Advanced Search Filters
- Creators, Bio, & Name: refine your search results by looking for a combination of keywords.
- All Content / Image Labels Only: further refine your media content search by choosing specific social platform(s), keyword(s), and/or a time frame.
- Post Dates Between: clicking "Set Post Dates" will open a calendar view where you'll have the ability to set dates. CIQ, in turn, will search only through those selected dates for the keyword(s).
- Social Platform: Social Platform filter gives users the option to search based on specific social channels.
Below are some best practices we recommend.
Start broadly and, then, gradually narrow your search.
For example, the filter "Socials" will narrow the list down more than the "Creator" filter.
Filters build off one another.
This will make a difference in your searches and will affect the results shown. For example, I apply "Sports" as an Interest filter. It takes the pool of millions down to ≈360k creators. The next applied filter will only affect those 360k creators, not the millions in the database.
All filters can be combined.
The main Discovery filters work in conjunction with the Advanced Search filters, and all the Advanced Search filters can be combined together.
When searching for an exact phrase, use quotation marks.
Use the format
"exact phrase here"to search for an exact phrase within any of the inputs.
Have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us!