1millionwomen's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF 1MILLIONWOMEN
75.4% of 1millionwomen's followers are female and 24.6% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.10%. The average number of likes per post is 1696 and the average number of comments is 30.
1millionwomen loves posting about Events, Health, Food, Fitness.
Check 1millionwomen's audience demography. This analytics report shows 1millionwomen'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 1MILLIONWOMEN
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF 1MILLIONWOMEN
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 64.75 %
- Fitness & Yoga 63.15 %
- Art & Design 63.08 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 51.86 %
- Travel & Tourism 46.75 %
- Beauty & Fashion 42.22 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 42.00 %
- Sports 39.42 %
- Children & Family 39.27 %
- Home & Garden 39.01 %
- Entertainment 36.86 %
- Music 36.53 %
- Photography 35.97 %
- Business & Careers 33.92 %
Meet 4 of the MANY young women leading the fight against climate change! . . . [[image description: 1 - photo of Isra Hirsi speaking at a climate march. Above her, on a pink background is written “These 4 young women are fighting for a better future!’ 2 - photo of Manjot Kaur speaking, the following is written - ‘Manjot Kaur is a former co-organiser of Australia’s School Strike 4 Climate protests & is now involved in the #Stopadani movement! She is passionate about the intersection of feminism, race & climate change. Follow her on instagram @manjotkaur.r” 3 - Written at the top is ‘Isra Hirsi/Isra Hirsi is a co-founder of the U.S Youth Climate strikes. She’s a climate and racial justice activist from Minnesota./ This movement is not one person, or one group. This movement is all of us and we need to make sure we value those who are disproportionately affected by this crisis. And allow those who are affected to lead. - Isra Hirsi, grist/Keep up with her activism on instagram or twitter @israhirsi.” There’s an image of Isra in front of the U.S Capitol. 4 - ‘Howey Ou’ is written at the top. Below is a screenshot of a tweet about her and the words ‘Howey Ou was the first person to do a school strike in china and continues to demand climate Action from her government, hosting climate change documentaries screenings and connecting with other climate activists. follow her on twitter @howey_ou.” 5 - Written at the top is ‘Mya-rose craig/known as Bird girl, Mya-rose craig is a lover of animals and nature. She regularly campaigns for climate action & equal rights. She is passionate about diversifying the outdoors, starting the org #Blacktonatureand hosting weekend camps, making sure everyone has better access to nature!” There is a w with a picture of Mya-rose standing in snow & in a yellow circle is written "People aren't going to fight to save something that they don't know or care about. - Mya-Rose/follow her journey on twitter or insta @birdgirlUK & @officialb2n” 6 - photo of a climate march w signs. Underneath is written ‘There are so many incredible young people fighting for our future! We are all important to the movement and We really are stronger together!’]
We need to set the record straight on what's of real value! . . . [Image description: Photograph of trees. On top of the photo is a screenshot of a tweet from Jason Hickel that reads, 'To get a sense for how unhinged our economy is from the real world, consider the fact that pollinators, earthworms, rainforests, clean air, parenting, friendship, sleep and solidarity are considered to be literally valueless according to our dominant metric of economic success.]
It's true! We're switching to banks, pension and super funds that invest in a better future for people and planet! 🌱 Will you help us send the important message to financial institutions that investing in fossil fuels is not okay? Take the pledge to switch to an ethical option via the link in our bio. 🌟 We’ll send you resources to help you make the switch to ethical, climate-strong alternatives when you pledge! 🌎 . . . [Image description: 'What gives people feelings of power' is written at the top. below is a graph with three bars, ascending in size. The first small bar has 'money' written next to it, the next has 'status' and the final, biggest bar has 'switching to a bank that doesn't invest in fossil fuels' written next to it.]
Want to learn how to cook delicious, low waste dishes from pro chefs? Sign up to #FoodWasteFreeOctober ! We're half way through but it's not too late to join in - you'll get the e-book full of tips and recipes when you sign up via the link in our bio! . . . A million thanks to @lovefoodhatewastensw our partners for #FoodWasteFreeOctober
New Zealand Election 2020 results are in !! Jacinda Ardern claims landslide victory. Huge congratulations Prime Minister @jacindaardern ❤️💚 The world is a better place x Photo from @the_female_lead
A+ for everyone who got this one correct! . . . [Image description: A pink image with the title 'The planet is happiest when we:' and multiple choice answers beneath reading "A. thinking climate change is someone else's problem, B. Throwing away leftover food C. Divesting from fossil fuels, demanding action from governments, taking time to rest, eating more plant-based foods, buying less plastic..., D. Not registering to vote in an election." Letter C is highlighted to show this is the correct answer. ]
Save energy and money! . . . [Image description: A washing machine with the door open and some clothes inside. In front there is a basket of clothes. To the right, the following is written ‘Front loading washing machines generally use about 50% less energy and water than top loaders! and 90% of the energy used in a washing machine cycle is for heating the water. A cold and long wash with a full load of clothes is the most efficient and effective way to use our washing machines.’]
Love this from @ecowithem_ SO much! A beautiful reminder of the power we all have to make a difference. 💛 . . Image description in first comment.
Moving our money away from fossil fuels is powerful! This is a cumulative number from gofossilfree.org of institutions and companies that made a commitment to divest from fossil fuels and coal & tar sands. We need to demand institutions and companies stop investing in fossil fuels and we've written an open letter to the world's leading financial institutions that are investing in fossil fuels to tell them to STOP! Read the full letter and take the pledge to switch to an ethical bank, super or pension fund via the link in our bio. ✨ . . . [Image description: A a beach at dusk with wind turbines and people in the foreground. Writing overlaid on top reads "As of October 14th 2020, 1244 institutions and more than 58,000 individuals have divested is $14.48 Trillion USD from fossil fuels!." Source from gofossilfree.org]
Let's protect our precious pollinators! . . Image description in first comment.
Yay! The renewable revolution is here! 🌞 . . To read more search for ‘The king of electricity’: Solar outshines other power sources' in Al Jazeera. . . . [Image description: photo of a sunrise above clouds, with the following written at the top of the image, 'Solar power is the new leader of electricity! It's already cheaper than power generated by new coal and gas developments in most countries!]
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