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Twitch On Tagger

Tagger now offers the ability to pull in Twitch data!  This Twitch data includes metrics from both Live Stream Video Content and Saved Video Content.

Live Stream Video data is derived when a Twitch user creates a live stream on their channel.  While a stream is live, Tagger is able to pull in the amount of Concurrent Stream Views multiple times throughout each stream for any Twitch Creator on platform.  Tagger then takes the largest figure from this dataset to derive the Top Concurrent Views.  From here, Median Stream Views are calculated by taking the median of a single profile's Top Concurrent Views.  Please note, once these videos end, they are no longer available on Twitch, and therefore no longer available on Tagger.  The archived metrics, however, are in fact still available on Tagger.

Twitch Saved Videos are videos that occurred at some point in the past that Twitch Creators post to their profiles.  Due to the saved nature of these videos, they are in fact available to view on Tagger. Along with the video asset itself, Tagger also calculates the video views for these saved videos on Twitch.

Twitch Within Discovery

Twitch now has three different types of searches available within Tagger Discovery

  • Follower Count
    • This slider allows a user to search for Twitch Profiles using Followers as a metric, with the ability to create a minimum follower count, maximum follower count, or both!
  • Median Stream Views
    • This slider allows a user to search for Twitch Profiles using Median Stream Views as a metric.  As mentioned above, Twitch live streams are one of the two types of content available on Twitch.  Tagger aggregates Top Concurrent Views any time a user goes live to then calculate a creator's median stream views.
  • Median Video Views
    • This slider allows a user to search for Twitch Profiles using Median Video Views as a metric.  As mentioned above, Twitch Saved Videos are one of two types of content available on Twitch.  These pieces of content are created when a Twitch Creator posts a saved video on their channel.  Tagger aggregates views from all of these saved videos to calculate a creator's median video views

Twitch on Profiles

Twitch Data is now available on Tagger Profiles.  Users can view Twitch Data in the following sections within a Tagger Profile:

  • Profile Overview
    • See a quick overview of Twitch Growth and Content here!
  • Analytics Tab
    • In the Analytics Tab, Twitch Data is available within Content Health and the Growth Tab
      • Within Content Health, Tagger focuses on four main metrics for Twitch Profiles.  These metrics are calculated by data attained over the most recent 90 days.  They are as follows:
        • Median Stream Views - This metric takes all of the a profile's Top Concurrent View counts from live streams and calculates a median from that collection of data.
        • Median Stream View Rate - This rate simply takes the Median Stream View count and divides it by the total number of followers for the specified profile.
        • Median Video Views - This metric takes all of the selected profile's saved video views and calculates a median from that collection of data.
        • Median Video View Rate - This rate simply takes the Median Video View count and divides it by the total number of follower for the specified profile.
      • Within Growth, users can utilize both Tagger's Growth Graph and Tagger's Growth Table to understand how a Twitch Profile has grown over time in both follower count and view count.
  • Content Tab
    • Users can view a creator's Twitch Content within this section of a profile.  They are also given the ability to filter by this content using the Platforms filter.  As noted above, there are two types of content Twitch Creators can make, Live Streams and Saved Videos.  Due to the nature of live streams' inability to be archived, those pieces of content appear here as a camcorder thumbnail.  The relevant metrics for all of these posts, however, are archived and displayed when this piece of content is selected.

Twitch Within Campaigns

Twitch data is available for users to pull into campaigns and utilize for their campaigns within Campaign Summary.  Users can pull posts into a campaign automatically by using Keywords, Hashtags, and Phrases within Campaign Settings.  Please note, the title is the only copy available for a Creator to add a description on Twitch, therefore in order for a post to be pulled into a Tagger Campaign automatically, the specified Keyword, Hashtag, or Phrase within settings must be somewhere in this title.

Users are also given the ability to manually add any Twitch Posts to a campaign that they desire.  They can do so by simply going to the Content Section within Campaign Summary and adding the link manually in this section.

Twitch Within Report Builder

Users are given the ability to add Twitch Metrics to both Profile and Campaign Report Builder.  The following metrics are available for each type of report

  • Profile Report
    • Follower Count with a clickable link to the Twitch Profile
    • Stream Video Content
    • Saved Video Content
  • Campaign Report
    • Total Twitch Follower Count in the selected Campaign
    • Total Twitch View Count in the selected Campaign
    • Sample Twitch Content from the selected Campaign

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