Marimakatsaria's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MARIMAKATSARIA
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 4.20%. The average number of likes per post is 161 and the average number of comments is 16.
23.91% of the followers that engaged with marimakatsaria regularly are from United States, followed by Egypt at 6.52% and United Kingdom at 6.52%. In summary, the top 5 countries of marimakatsaria's posts engager are coming from United States, Egypt, United Kingdom, France, Canada.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR MARIMAKATSARIA
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF MARIMAKATSARIA
- United States 23.91 %
- Egypt 6.52 %
- United Kingdom 6.52 %
- France 4.35 %
- Canada 4.35 %
Felt really good about my hand-eye coordination when painting my nails, until I realized I had to repeat on my right hand. 🤪
Just thinking of how lonely Benedict Cumberstache is at the Huntington Gallery. Erm, "hang" in there, Benedict! (Swipe to see BC in art form). #benedictcumberbatch #stayathome
On weekends, I couldn't wait to leave my apartment and find beauty outdoors. Now, I'm trying to cultivate that at home. (Lately, I've been working on creating a more welcoming, inviting space by introducing new artwork to my walls). Home, or more specifically, the idea of shelter just means so much more now — and every day, I'm more and more grateful to even have it.
I've been thinking about you, Italy, a lot lately. I've been watching Fellini films and pouring my best travel memories into writing. In this time of uncertainty, a little escapism is OK, if not necessary. (If you have a certain travel story you'd like to share, please DM me!)
Paying extra attention to every tiny corner of my tiny apartment.
The very last time I was a Goodwill (which now feels like so long ago), I found these Dior babies. The soles are a little scuffed and the silver Dior logo is slightly faded, but I love them oh so very much.
Last weekend, my gal @keepingitkrischic and I moved our Sunday brunch online. We decided to watch La Dolce Vita and Casablanca ahead of our chat, so we spent some time fawning over Ingrid Bergman's clothes and THAT Anouk Aimée dress (if you know, you know). I know social media right now is pushing us to "use the free time we have" to become master chefs, learn a new language, turn into workout beasts and so on, but I have to say, it's sometimes nice to just dress up with a friend and do nothing in particular.
*Taken before social distancing. How you think colors the way you feel, so choose bright, positive thoughts. Lately, I've been making an effort to end each day by writing down a list of things I'm grateful for. Not big, massive wins. But the little things. Like, this morning's cup of coffee. The silk PJ bottoms that make me feel oh so fancy when I wear them around the apartment. The string of photos I have of so many cool places I had the fortune of visiting (Like the Wrigley Mansion, pictured here). THAT AMAZING LIST of movies you guys gave me via stories. Remember: gratitude is not an emotion. It's a practice and an activity that you can DO.
It's so crazy to think that just a few weeks ago, we would never even think twice about being so physically close to other people. At Gucci's LA pop-up, I let a talented MUA (her name was Sasha) do my makeup. I didn't even bat an eye (OK, that's a lie. I do tend to blink uncontrollably whenever someone else applies mascara on my lashes). But y'know what I mean. Now, this is almost unheard of. Yesterday, I took my dog out on a walk, and paused for a moment when I saw my neighbor. Typically, we let our pups play and romp around together, but not anymore. We smiled and took a few steps back and away from each other — not out of fear necessarily, but out of mutual understanding and respect for safety. I know we're currently living in a strange, strange world, and I have no idea when we'll go back to physical closeness. But I do know this: we might be apart, but we couldn't be more together. Stay home. Stay safe. 📸: @keepingitkrischic
*Taken before social distancing. My last in-person coffee date with @keepingitkrischic . Tomorrow, we'll be meeting up for brunch...on Skype! Guys, you can still connect with friends virtually. As someone who moved from country to country, state to state, I can tell you this for certain: you can still maintain amazing friendships with the use of technology. Just be a little creative, and whatever you do, please just stay indoors.
Never gone this long without wearing shoes (only fuzzy socks and slippers to walk my dog). "These shoes pinch my feet but I love them!"
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