Gripclean's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF GRIPCLEAN
9.3% of gripclean's followers are female and 90.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 136 and the average number of comments is 6.
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Check gripclean's audience demography. This analytics report shows gripclean'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.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR GRIPCLEAN
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF GRIPCLEAN
- Sports 81.23 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 75.31 %
- Travel & Tourism 39.88 %
- Books and Literature 33.65 %
- Art & Design 31.57 %
- Pets 31.50 %
- Fitness & Yoga 31.33 %
- Movies and TV 30.40 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 30.32 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 29.98 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 29.98 %
- Beauty & Fashion 29.93 %
If you have plans to dye Easter eggs with the kids this weekend, here’s a little reminder that our All-Natural formula works great at removing the stains from yours and your kiddos fingers 🥚🧼 It’s gentile and safe for all skin types and the kids always love using “the dirt soap.” • Our friends @nateadams741 have been supporters for a long time based on that old school bottle 🤣
NOW LIVE! We decided to bring on these industrial wipers for many uses around your shop. But why are they better than regular paper towels or blue shop towel?!? -They will NOT rip and tear like paper -Multiple fiber layers for maximum absorption -Has both a smooth wiping side and scrubbing textured side -Can be rinsed with water, rang out, and used over and over -Low lint makes glass surfaces look cleaner than ever These disposable wipers make for a great alternative to cloth rags for cleaning up any mess. Now live on our site! • www.gripclean.com
**CLOSED** Check out our next post to see what it is: We are excited to drop some new products this week. Here’s a sneak peak of one coming this Friday. • First correct guess gets a free one 🎁 be specific as to what it is👌🏻...
Thank you to everyone who continues to place orders through our website and Amazon during this chaotic time! We're super grateful to be able to continue with business (as normal as possible) 🙏🏻 We're a small company ran by a Husband & Wife duo and we appreicate the continued support! Have a good weekend & stay clean 🤘🏻🧼
Dirty hands suck. Clean hands are better. #gripclean #handwipes #teamgripclean
Ginger ain't mad about this whole "stay at home" thing. She gets to go on more walks followed by more baths with our All-Natural Dog Wash 🐕🧼
From a skeptic to a believer 🙌🏻 This customer said he’s had stained hands for over a month and after 1 wash with our All-Natural formula, majority of the stains were lifted 💯💥👊🏻
Properly washing your hands and maintaining “social distance” is all the talk these days. And while the world has seemed to come to a near halt with this Coronavirus outbreak, it’s hard to believe that plain old soap and water is still the best way to clean your hands and prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases. - With all this said, we want to educate you on proper handwashing techniques to help you avoid catching and spreading bacteria, as well as showing you how and why soap works so well at killing bacteria and viruses. - Soaps are made of pin-shaped molecules that contain two “heads.” One end is a hydrophilic head (bonds with water), and the other is a hydrophobic tail (bonds with oils and fatty acids). These soap molecules are suspended in water and float around like an army of individual cleaning molecules. When combined, they then form bubbles, also called micelles, with their hydrophilic (water-loving head) pointing outwards, and their longer hydrophobic tails remain pointing inwards. - Soaps, when appropriately used, are very effective at rupturing and killing many types of bacteria and viruses, including the new Coronavirus that is currently a global issue. People usually think of soap as something mild and gentle. But from the perspective of many bacteria and microorganisms, it is very destructive. The reason for this is soaps hydrophilic ends, which essentially bond to and dissolve the fat membrane of the virus, causing it to fall apart and become useless. - See the whole write up we did explaining how soap works on our website. Click the link in bio!
We’re still in the office and shipping orders per usual and we’ve added FREE shipping site wide!💥Don’t wait for Amazon to process and ship during their influx, order by 3pm PST and we’ll ship same day 📦👊🏻 *U.S. only* #supportsmallbusiness
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