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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF KONACTION
33.1% of konaction's followers are female and 66.9% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.80%. The average number of likes per post is 3409 and the average number of comments is 63.
35.53% of the followers that engaged with konaction regularly are from Germany, followed by France at 6.58% and Italy at 5.26%. In summary, the top 5 countries of konaction's posts engager are coming from Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Greece.
Konaction loves posting about Fashion, Travel, Lifestyle, Architecture, Nature & Outdoors, Photography, Art.
Check konaction's audience demography. This analytics report shows konaction'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 KONACTION
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF KONACTION
- Photography 84.18 %
- Travel & Tourism 83.42 %
- Technology & Science 68.04 %
- Art & Design 61.46 %
- Beauty & Fashion 42.53 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 36.22 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 31.46 %
- Business & Careers 31.41 %
- Fitness & Yoga 31.31 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 30.94 %
- Books and Literature 30.61 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF KONACTION
- Germany 35.53 %
- France 6.58 %
- Italy 5.26 %
- Spain 4.61 %
- Greece 4.61 %
some more details of my neighbourhood. reminded me that #ghosttreesareforlovers | the last days have been super sunny here in #berlin with temperatures up to 20 degrees celsius. it’s been tempting to go on bigger excursions. so far i’ve only been out for some dog walking and skateboarding through my district but always tried to take a few photos #outofthephone while on the way. today i might try a #socialdistancing bike tour. what’s your plan for this quite different easter weekend?
it feels like quite a long time now but just around a month ago we did our last real getaway together w/ @vomstreunern - a day trip to the baltic sea, just 3 hours north from berlin. we found a good doggo beach to let @wilma_the_whippster run and realised that this classic coastal landscape called #gespensterwald (ghost forest) was literally next to it. couldn’t resist a few quick snaps #outofthephone despite the light was flat. we’ve been experiencing a rather grey, cold and quiet day at the coast with perfect #socialdistancing already but only a good week later that trip wouldn’t have been possible anymore as the federal state of mecklenburg-vorpommern now denies all entries from non-residents due to the coronavirus containment efforts. crazy times but it won’t be forever... what was your last trip or getaway before corona and even more important what might be your first one after? have a good good friday everyone!
corners in my neighbourhood - #berlin #berlincorners #outofthephone
allone > alone - #berlin besides restrictions, tragedies and uncertain future - what’s the good things you learned or realised during corona crisis so far? i think it’s nice to see how people start to help each other out in everydays tasks but also financially and emotionally, that’s a good sign i guess. personal best thing i did with my time at home is arranging our book shelve according to colours and it looks so much nicer now. is there something that’s absolutely ok for you or even positive these days? what did you achieve? let’s cheer everyone up a bit!
keep distance | this is actually the first #berlin photo that i upload here since more than two months. weird, scary and memorable what happened in the meantime. travelled to south-east asia in january, the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in china happened in a relatively close distance. we could feel the fear of an uncontrolled spread of the disease and public measures were high. we’ve been wearing masks all day for the first time in our lifes, behaved super cautious everywhere and experienced a life quite different from normality (by that time hongkong and singapore had only 20-30 confirmed cases!) - still we flew home earlier than planned. a few weeks later the virus made its way worldwide to the places that are - highly populated and frequented by international travelers - hosting mass public events - not experienced with pandemic measures so now europe fights against an exponential spread of covid19 with tragedies happening at hotspots like northern italy or madrid. many countries are under full or partial lockdown. here in germany actions have been taken step-by-step since beginning of march. gladly the testings for covid19 started early and comprehensive, so that scientists and politicians have a good overview about the actual infection rates. the current status for berlin is that we have around 3.500 confirmed cases of the disease but no real lockdown. people are allowed to go out accompanied by only one other person for grocery shopping and medical purposes, to go to their workplace, to walk their dogs and to excercise in recreational activities - all with a good distance of min 1,5m to other people. public life has still been shut down completely as shops and venues are closed, restaurants can only open for pickup or delivery. so far the acceptance of people towards these actions is relatively high, knowing it will hold on for at least april to flatten the curve of infections. in my next posts i’ll talk about other aspects of this crisis, just wanted to give a brief overview. you can check out my story highlight ‘corontine’ for some more statements. feel free to share your own experience in the comments too and have a good weekend! #keepdistance
posting this last set of photos from #dubai while staying at home for the 3rd week in a row now. normally i’d over-think the selection of pictures, the order how to put them in this album, the caption - then i delete everything, re-edit some shots, until i am halfway satisfied... this time i really didn’t care much about all this - don’t know if that’s a good or bad sign as a learning photographer or just an inevitable reaction to my current state of mind. our worldwide situation keeps us all busy with worrying, helping, complaining, thanking, hoping, coping, calculating, assuming, loving and mourning at the same time. i guess many of you can relate as within a sudden important parts of our daily lives became secondary but also the other way around. i am into this virus topic already for a while, at least since our stay in asia when the outbreak began and i still read a lot about the whole situation. as i had the feeling to exchange some thoughts and facts i tried to engage more and more in my instagram stories, which led to many interesting discussions with you guys - people from all over the world that share the same concerns. it felt good to have these strong and helpful opinions in my community and for this i created a story highlight called ‘corontine’ just if you wanna tap through and read some lines. honest feedback on these last travel impressions for a while is still much appreciated and apart from that i will try to keep my account active and valuable the upcoming time.. thanks for reading through and have a safe sunday everyone. #hellofrom #unitedarabemirates #mydubai #latergram
slowly starting to realize that my current series of pictures that i took last month in #dubai are most likely the last impressions from travelling abroad the next months... as i know there a lot of you travelling for different occasions too, how do you guys feel about this? i also started a conversation in my story on how to deal with the whole situation - feel free to contribute your thoughts! #hellofrom #unitedarabemirates #outofthephone
[ad|anzeige] another visual throwback to our most recent trip in february with our last stop in #dubai - this time two of my favourite shots taken #outofthephone with my @huaweimobilede #HuaweiP30Pro and its wide angle lenses. the first location is inside of #burjkhalifa tower with a spiral staircase in about 500m height - second one a lookdown at nighttime from just the same building. the reflection comes from the bottom of a safety window. both pretty amazing views.. #hfk #huaweifotokonsortium | paid partnership
life goes round and round | yesterday i showed you a view of #burjkhalifa in #dubai - the tallest building in the world. so today’s picture was taken from one of the panorama platforms of the tower in around 450m height... have a safe day everyone! #hellofrom #unitedarabemirates #latergram
of course i took a closer look at #burjkhalifa as i visited #dubai last month and took a photo too (at least i could fit in the upper part from this perspective;). it’s currently the tallest building worldwide with a total height of 830m - that means 163 floors, around 25.000 windows and 57 elevators just to name 3 crazy numbers of an architectural project that is in each manner superlative. the building, designed by #skidmoreowingsmerrill architects and opened back in 2010 are used for various purposes, like hotel, private apartments, offices, restaurants and even a private mosque in one of the highest levels. i am gonna show you some pictures from inside later as well. what do you think about the design of it? #hellofrom #verticalinsanity #unitedarabemirates
while staying at home for a while, it’s a good idea to travel back a bit in time. #dubai was the unexpected fourth and last stop of our trip in january/february, that we had to shorten because of the uncertain covid19 situation in se asia back then. nonetheless it’s been definitely an experience visiting this futurama-like city. especially public traffic and urban development is totally different to most of the places i’ve seen before. there are amazing opportunities to photograph architecture and cityscape but as i usually walk around a lot while shooting my pictures, i realised that as a pedestrian you are kinda lost and must take many detours to get around. i’ll show you some more of my dubai impressions until the upcoming weekend. so far i wish everyone of you a healthy start into the week and please be respectful and cautious with each other. even if you are still not too afraid for yourself regarding the virus disease, don’t force other people to hang out with you and others for no important reason. people who only see the current situation as “the fear of other people” or a “media hysteria” are either ignorant and careless or simply not up to date. i know it has been said a million times but our common goal should be to keep hospitals free from massive patient overload as it tragically happened in parts of china and italy already. elderly and vulnerable people will thank us later!
last set of visual memories from #kualalumpur - coming in perfectly for #flashbackfriday with no particular order, just some colours to cheer you up these days. thinking back of one month ago when we shortened our trip through asia due to cancelled return flights and uncertainty about the developing coronavirus situation it kinda feels sarcastic now that we would have been safer by just staying in south east asia, rather than going back to germany. the measurements and precautions here in europe came way too slow and inconsequent but they are coming now and i hope everyone of you stays healthy and in a positive mindset. please remember to be respectful to others and cooperative with restrictions at the moment, even if you are not in a high risk group... have a relaxed friday folks! #hellofrom #malaysia
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