Addymitzy's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF ADDYMITZY
45.5% of addymitzy's followers are female and 54.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.10%. The average number of likes per post is 435 and the average number of comments is 20.
Addymitzy loves posting about Fashion, Lifestyle.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR ADDYMITZY
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF ADDYMITZY
- Beauty & Fashion 61.52 %
- Photography 58.23 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 54.75 %
I cannot stop thinking about these lines from “Feast Of Vultures” by Josy Joseph. It is truly one of the most terrifying, sad and angering things about India today. Imagine the citizen being the lowest in the food chain in a democracy, a system of governance that apparently is of the people, for the people and by the people.
Just a cool Mumbai morning. #KasratHiHasrat
My friendship with @chandni_a has evolved from sitting in front of Netflix and eating lunch in her house, to sitting in front of Netflix and eating lunch in a vanity van.
Thank you to @su4ita my not a reviewer for not spotting my first Netflix special “Things they wouldn’t let me say”, not being watched by the characters in Ginny weds Sunny which is out on Netflix today. Does this mean I have been in the movies now? Does this mean you’re going to watch “Things they wouldn’t let me say” on Netflix now? In both cases your guess is as good as mine.
I just had an incredibly emotional moment when I realised that this idiot is now my companion. I took him out for his first walk today, and he just kept sniffing everything and then turning back to me to check if it was ok to go ahead. I couldn’t get over how cool it must be for him to see things for the first time and it made me look at everything for the first time again. This dog will be the life of me. @sunnybhaiupdates hate you bhai. Just hate you so much.
This forking gem of a show made me glad to be alive and less scared about what it’ll be when I’m not. I haven’t cried and laughed like this in years.
This is a selfie. Here’s some deep-ass musing about some shit. Self deprecation. I like doing self-deprecating jokes coz they come easily. Being the youngest in the family- I have been ragged about my weight, height, looks, brains by people I loved. When people made fun of me, I felt accepted, like I belonged. When I started doing stand-up comedy, it was a revelation. I started every set with a joke about myself. 1. Because it’s easy (have you met me?) 2. Because it’s the one subject I have most authority/knowledge of, and so it feels natural. 3. My parents have taught me that before laughing at other things we should laugh at ourselves. 4. They get big laughs. (I’m a sucker for a laugh, see above) Then when I got on the internet, the hate was insane. For years I couldn’t distinguish between genuine criticism and the general bile that people love pouring on you because THEY think that YOU think that you’re better than them, they misunderstand what you’re saying or your intentions behind saying them or THEY’RE just having a bad day. I internalised and believed pretty much all of it, for years. I thought that hating myself better before anyone else did would be the best way to deal with it. I ran and hid from lots of things because I felt like I didn’t deserve them and literally acted out the terrible things that people thought I was as if proving them right was going to help me. 😑 Lots of people have PM-ed me in the past telling me not to be so harsh on myself when I make jokes on myself. I’ve always dismissed it as people being TOO nice coz they don’t know really what an idiot I am. The other day, I was writing something with @rohshah, and I made a mean joke about myself, he said ,”You don’t need to, you know?” I laughed at him because that’s what I do to Rohit all the time no offence. But it made me realise, that now, even if there is someone who does not know me, they would think of me, as I thought of myself, not very smart, passionate, or driven. I’ll try and do better. To myself. There’s no point to this post. I’m not fishing for compliments (or more hate ffs). It’s just a stupid selfie.
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