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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF STELLARMAG
67.5% of stellarmag's followers are female and 32.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.10%. The average number of likes per post is 121 and the average number of comments is 2.
Stellarmag loves posting about News&Politics.
Check stellarmag's audience demography. This analytics report shows stellarmag'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 STELLARMAG
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF STELLARMAG
- Beauty & Fashion 82.80 %
- Art & Design 73.83 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 59.44 %
- Fitness & Yoga 50.49 %
- Home & Garden 49.50 %
- Entertainment 49.28 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 39.99 %
- Children & Family 39.96 %
- Travel & Tourism 39.91 %
- Books and Literature 39.80 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 38.33 %
- Photography 36.23 %
- Business & Careers 34.29 %
In today’s Stellar, Samantha Armytage ponders the state of the new world and asks what’s around the corner for us. Inside The Sunday Telegraph and the Sunday Herald Sun today.
In today’s issue of Stellar, Hayden Quinn serves up one-pan meals perfect for a no-fuss, long-weekend feast. Inside the Sunday Telegraph and Sunday Herald Sun.
Introducing QuaranTina Arena. As the Australian singer cheerily embraces her isolation-appropriate nickname (“I laughed my head off when I saw it”) she also fires up in a passionate interview about the need for Australians to rally behind the arts industry. In today’s Stellar inside The Sunday Telegraph and the Sunday Herald Sun today. #createaustraliasfuture #noworkerleftbehind
In tomorrow’s issue of Stellar, 5 Seconds of Summer chats about the challenge of releasing an album in lockdown, growing up with their fans, and how their Fire Fight Australia performance was the most talked-about set of the night. Click the link in our bio to read.
In tomorrow’s issue of Stellar, we explore how handmade materials are making a comeback as the sartorial solution when you’re staying inside. Take a cue from one of these celebrities to see how it’s done.
There's no day of the year better suited for enjoying a fish dinner than today, says delicious. food director Phoebe Wood, who explains, "It's the first time all week that I've stepped away from the carbs, and as it's Good Friday, it's the perfect time to do a good deed by both supporting our local fishmongers and eating something fresh and nourishing for our bodies. I'm making Mike McEnearney's treacle-cured ocean trout for a long weekend of virtual brunches, lunches and dinners with friends and family." #foodiefriday
“My view is that, in terms of decency, we can only be judged on our actions, not our opinions.” Sky News broadcaster Paul Murray tells Stellar that although he’s developed a thick skin throughout the course of his career, it doesn’t make him immune to the barbs thrown at him by friends, colleagues and the public. In this coming Sunday’s issue of Stellar inside The Sunday Telegraph and the Sunday Herald Sun. Photography: @duncan_killick Styling: @kellyahume
SNEAK PEEK: Tina Arena stars on the cover of this Sunday's Stellar, inside The Sunday Telegraph and the Sunday Herald Sun.
Revisiting our cover shoot (and craving fresh fruit) with Melissa Leong as we await her debut as one of three new judges when MasterChef returns to our TV screens next week. #tbt Photography: Cameron Grayson Styling: Kelly Hume
In this coming Sunday’s issue of Stellar, Matt Preston considers some of the best ways to serve lamb, and ends up making a compelling case for Greek lamb burgers served with a feta and yoghurt dressing.
Nutritionist and dietician Peta Carige offers six ways you can improve your health and well-being from home. #wellnesswednesday❤️
While the rest of the world practices social distancing, Ying Ying and Le Le - two giant pandas living together in a Hong Kong zoo - did quite the opposite and after a decade of avoiding each other, finally embraced and mated. #onegoodthing
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