Littlemycph's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

@littlemycph

Denmark

Freelance Content Strategist | Visual Storyteller | Instagram Consultant ⎮ Speaker | Urbanist who wears 99,9 % red | Iphone X | |
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Tokyo|Tokyo
Denmark
25–34

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Creators & Celebrities

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0

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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF LITTLEMYCPH

36.6% of littlemycph's followers are female and 63.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.20%. The average number of likes per post is 995 and the average number of comments is 36.

16.54% of the followers that engaged with littlemycph regularly are from Japan, followed by Denmark at 14.96% and Germany at 11.02%. In summary, the top 5 countries of littlemycph's posts engager are coming from Japan, Denmark, Germany, France, Italy.

Littlemycph loves posting about Photography, Architecture, iPhone, Nature & Outdoors, Travel, Art.

Check littlemycph's audience demography. This analytics report shows littlemycph's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

Followers
46,674
Avg Likes
995
Avg Comments
36
Posts
2,154
Global Rank
534,698
Country Rank
1,378
Category Rank
7

GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR LITTLEMYCPH

Female
36.6 %
Male
63.4 %

AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF LITTLEMYCPH

  • Photography 80.19 %
  • Travel & Tourism 77.55 %
  • Technology & Science 69.06 %
  • Art & Design 65.60 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 41.16 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 38.75 %
  • Home & Garden 35.61 %
  • Business & Careers 32.61 %
  • Music 32.21 %
  • Movies and TV 32.11 %
  • Books and Literature 31.59 %
  • Luxury Goods 30.51 %

AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF LITTLEMYCPH

  • Japan 16.54 %
  • Denmark 14.96 %
  • Germany 11.02 %
  • France 6.3 %
  • Italy 5.51 %

RECENT POSTS

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I can't believe today marks the eighth anniversary of my Instagram profile 🎈 . . . I started using @instagram since my good friend, @vfxartistdotdk , pushed me to download the app after I came back from my first trip to Japan. Shortly after coming back from Japan, I was riding my bike thought Christianhavn and looked up at The Church of Our Saviour and liked what I saw. I grabbed my iPhone 4 out of the pocket and took a picture. And that, on May 17, 2012,  was my first-ever photo posted on the app. In the beginning, I was taken random pictures of food, friends and fun stuff with my iPhone, and didn't edit my pictures but just added Instagram's filters on my images before posting it. Over the past eight years, I have travelled the world to meet local Instagrammers, and my Instagram handle has rotated on the Suggested Users list three times, as well as I, have been giving the opportunity to get invitations to visit European cities. It has brought me so much fun and joy! I am especially thankful for all the inspiring people I have met on this exciting journey, from loyal followers whom I have been written together with on Instagram before been fortune to meet them in person. To the many Instagrammers, I have met on numerous InstaMeets across the world. Some of these people, I can call my close friends today. Two years ago, I was able to quit my full-time job at the Danish Railways and turn Instagram into my freelance career, where I advise brands on how to use Instagram strategically. Today, I use Instagram as my creative outlet and still shoot my pictures on my iPhone X and edit the images on various apps before sharing them with you. Without further due, let's get started. These are some of my personal favorites over the past eight years: 2020, Cover shoot by @anneoesterby 2019, Dessau, Germany 2018, Antwerp, Belgium 2017, Hong Kong 2016, Rome, Italy 2015, Yokohama, Japan 2014, Høje Taastrup, Denmark 2013, Kalvebod Fælled, Copenhagen 2012, The Church of Our Saviour, Copenhagen #instagram #anniversary #instagramanniversary #mystory #shotoniphone

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Lift | the lockdown . . . Denmark has slowly started to lift the lockdown after eight weeks. on Monday restaurants, libraries and churches will open up again for the public. And many people will be allowed to go back to work to sustain the economy. But the lock up will be faced with lifestyle changes. So when you take the public transportation in Copenhagen you are requested only to look forward 🤨 What does your National Government request you to do? #shotoniphone #københavn #visitcopenhagen #covid_19

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How to summer | like the Danes As Denmark is slowly opening up from Monday for businesses, cafes, and restaurants, our borders will stay closed for yet a while. My plans for the summer vacation to go abroad has been put on hold. Instead, I will be spending my vacation at the seaside reading books and drinking coffee. And after a long day in the sun the best part is to go for a sunset swim in the calm water 🌊 That’s summer ‘hygge’ 🇩🇰 💭 How has the pandemic affected your summer holiday plans? #fromwhereiswim #visitdenmark #denmark #summer #corona #lockdown #shotoniphone #sunset #stellacommunity #myigshot

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coming | home . . . After nearly 60 days away from my tiny flat. I will be returning back to Østerbro as Denmark is slowly opening up again. I have enjoyed the slow life in the countryside but can’t wait to return to the bustling city life. I know that it will take a while before things return to some sort of normalcy but in the meantime I can’t wait to catch up with friends (of course with social distance) and just walk around the city and feel the city vibe. . . This picture is also my contribution to this year’s photo competion hosted by @danisharchitecturecenter #copenhagen #shotoniphone #copenhagenlocalhood #fangdinby2020 #myigshot

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escapist | dreaming . . . . Longing after going traveling again after a long lockdown. I have been browsing for European flights the past week, but without buying any flight tickets. Despite corona lockdown is undergoing changes these days as Denmark is slowly opening again and more people are getting back to work. But I am nervous that the international borders will stay closed for quite a while. So instead I have been browsing through my camera roll for unpublished photos from previous trips. And I found this one from my trip to Hong Kong back in 2017. Definitely a city I would prioritize to visit another time. Not only for the impressively tall buildings, the yummy and weird food but for all the beautiful people living there. Courtesy Kirstin @vincelsl Have you been searching for flights during the lockdown? 
#hongkong #precorona #shotoniphone

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the virus | is like invisible bombs . . . . On April 9, I decided to leave the house where I am staying during the lockdown to explore the wide-open and flat Danish west coast to visit two of the most remarkable architectural landmarks that have been built within the past three years in Jutland. The first stop was the historical war museum, @tirpitzmuseum , by @big_builds And the second stop was the Wadden Sea Centre by @dorte_mandrup . The last I will share in another post. The public government in Denmark has requested the Danes to stay at home, but before I continue, I just want to let you know that I didn’t meet any people, but instead I met a big group of sheep on the dune landscape. You can met on picture 3. The Danish west coast is characterized by a 560 km long coastline that played a significant part during WWII as part of the Atlantic Wall. On April 9, 1940, Denmark got occupied by the Germans. So arriving at Tirpitz - the invisible museum -  that day was special as the outbreak of the coronavirus is still going on. And it currently feels like a hidden war where the bombs have been replaced with the invisible virus. The first thing you see when you enter the landmark are several empty bombs neatly laying in the sand. And when you raise your eyes, you look directly into a massive and hermetic closed NAZI bunker. That was one of the nearly 200 bunkers built during WWII in Denmark. As you slowly walk through the dune, you are suddenly surrendered by tall glass facades on both sides. And after a few minutes, you find yourself in a courtyard which is the heart of the invisible historical museum in the sand. Welldone, @big_builds The museum was, of course, closed on Saturday but it was an interesting experience to walk above and below the sand, and I would look forward to going into the building on my next visit to see the exhibition. #visitdenmark #shotoniphone #historicalmuseum #ww2history #architecturephotography #myigshot

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The show is on | but not open . . . On a freezing and windy October morning last year I was invited by Jacob & Jill @camerasanddancers to join their European tour visiting a prominent architectural site with a group of ballet dancers and local photographers. A few years ago, on a visit to LA, I attended another of Jacob and Jill’s cameraanddancer event in the outskirts of Los Angeles. The images I took on that event are some of the pictures I am most happy about when I browse through my camera roll. Although it was the first time, I was shooting ballet dancers. When I received the invitation for an event in Copenhagen, I was excited not only to meet Jacob and his lovely girlfriend Jill again but also to repeat the event in Copenhagen at a place where I had been before. The sun was about to rise when the bus driver parked the bus outside @campadventuredk at 7 am. We were all excited at arriving to the site but when the bus door opened and we stepped outside our faces turned ice blue because of an ice-cold wind. And as we climbed the tower, the wind got stronger and stronger. I must admit it was one of the most challenging photo events I have ever attended. Despite a magnificent sunrise, I was struggling shooting the dancers as I couldn’t control my light exposure on the iPhone because of the strong sun and wind. In October, I was busy with various client projects, so I didn’t share any of the pictures. But now is the perfect moment to share a few of the images and to send my warmest greeting to Jacob & Jill in Los Angeles as I can see from the international news that the coronavirus has arrived at Los Angeles. And to the rest of you wherever you are I wish you a happy Easter. Lastly, remember that a lot of art institutions are struggling financial these days so remember to show your support to both artists and venues by buying tickets in advance 🐥 #CamerasAndDancers #instameet #jacobjonasthecompany #dancephotography #dancersofinstagram #instadance #dance #dancers #dancer #danceart #instagramfordancers #streetdreamsmag #epeoplescreative #instagoodmyphoto #shotoniphone #postthepeople #idancecontemporary

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staying | connected . . . . Despite being physically isolated from friends during the lockdown, I have started to connect more often with friends via video and online. But I cant wait to hang out with friends again. Meanwhile I browse though my camera roll and recall great moments. #shotoniphone #liege #lockdown2020 #architecture #calatravaarchitecture

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connection | people . . . . . What a sculptural structure! But then again I am a big fan of bridges. It’s a fascination that has lasted for many years. It might be a bit geeky as I don’t perceive myself as the engineering type of person. But I think it is because a bridge is often a simple visual construction that connects two places with each other, and allows people to connect with each other. During the lockdown, I am in the process of figuring out how to connect with new people.  Today I had my first video meeting with a girl @hanneklintoelifeguidance I hadn’t met before through the video meeting platform @wherebymeetings The meeting went well and was very productive. But I must admit I do miss my real encounters with friends and my business network. How do you deal with the isolation and lack of human interaction? #covid19 #lockdown #belgium #bridgelovers #stayinghome

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cycling | courtyard . . . . . Taking a break from the coronavirus outbreak and browsing through my camera roll from my recent trip to Holland. I still have a few pictures l would like to share. One of these photos are from the beautiful design hotel Pulitzer’s lovely inner courtyard filled with old Dutch bicycles hanging on the wall and making it a perfect instagrammable hotspot. Thanks to the sweet concierge who showed us the courtyard. #hellofrom #amsterdam #visitholland

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social | distancing . . . The sun is out today. But do as the swans by keeping a physical distancing to avoid the spread of the virus when you walk around the city. This is not to stop the virus but to slow it down. I miss my beloved Copenhagen and just want this coronavirus outbreak to be over so I can get back to the city, and hang out with friends, drink coffee, or just go to the supermarket without being scared of getting to close to other people. #covid19 #coronavirus #socialdistancing #stayin #denmark #shotoniphone #sunset

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a calm mind | is the ultimate weapon . . . . The situation with coronavirus is changing by the day. Since our Prime Minster closed down Denmark Wednesday evening, I have felt overwhelmed and worried as a self-employed businesswoman as I could be forced into financial difficulties or having to work while ill. My mind was not able to think clearly because every time I picked up my iPhone and read the headlines or scrolled through my social media feed, the news had worsened. I haven’t prioritized my Headspace meditation for a while, but the first couple of days filled me with a troubled mind, and it forced me to restart my daily routine of a healthy Headspace break. Saturday, the weather was terrific, and I decided to put on my running shoes and go for a run in the forest while my busy thoughts took a break, maybe because I am a bad runner and could only think about when I had completed my 5K race! The mental treatments proved successful. Suddenly, I saw new business opportunities and an old dream that has been archived because of a lack of time popped up. But most importantly, I know that I will come out stronger in the wake of this turbulent period. The power of a healthy mind is paramount for my creativity, and it shows the importance of treating your mind and body well – especially when you are under pressure. My mind is slowly starting to recalibrate to the new 'normal' everyday life. Now it is time to take action on my ideas. And I am ready to fasten the seatbelt onboard my imaginary helicopter to explore new territories. While staying calm as I am forced to stay at home for the next two weeks - or until the situation is back to a normal everyday life version 2.0. What’s your survival hack for keeping mindful health during the stay in? Photo @anneoesterby #headspace #covid19 #coronavirus #healthymind #selfemployed #selfemployedlife #bikebridge #visitrotterdam

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