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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF 510MOVEMENT
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 19.20%. The average number of likes per post is 299 and the average number of comments is 8.
43.94% of the followers that engaged with 510movement regularly are from Canada, followed by United States at 7.58% and France at 4.55%. In summary, the top 5 countries of 510movement's posts engager are coming from Canada, United States, France, Italy, Portugal.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR 510MOVEMENT
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF 510MOVEMENT
- Canada 43.94 %
- United States 7.58 %
- France 4.55 %
- Italy 4.55 %
- Portugal 4.55 %
3 years ago today I posted this picture. I share it every year because it's what started this life changing experience I've had. I usually go on and on with these captions but I'm going to keep this one simple. I wouldn't trade this 3 year ride for anything in the world. The ups and the downs have made me who I am today. There are too many people to thank but every single one of you know who you are, I appreciate everything you've done for us. Last thing, I know things have been quiet as of late and there's a reason for that. Everything my team and I have learned running this movement has opened doors for us in different places. We're all grinding and hustling out here with these new opportunities we've been blessed with. BUT remember this, we will be back. This hiatus isn't permanent. We'll be back when the time is right. Hopefully before the year ends I can get the team reunited to create something that represents our city. Stay tuned for that and thank you from the bottom of my heart for the continued support for the past 3 years and counting #510movement
Online orders will be temporarily unavailable from June 3-21. If you want to order any of our hoodies (size green large only & sizes small-large in dark brown) or shirts you have til Friday. This movement has a lot of dope people that help out and contribute but when it comes to handling orders and customer service that's all me. For the first time in years I'm investing in myself and taking as many trips as possible around the world which is why I've had to temporarily shut things down for a 2nd time now. But with every experience I've had, I've come back with a clearer mindset and a better person. When I'm back though it's straight to work on the summer pieces. To order or any general questions while I'm still here email email@example.com. All remaining hoodies are on sale for $25 and shirts for $12. (Nude hoodies are sold out)
We have exactly 3 large green hoodies left on sale for $25 each. Small, medium and XL have sold out for good 🙏. To think last October I couldn't move around my living room because of all the boxes of hoodies we had in stock. It's always terrifying investing money on large quantities of merch but I believed in the product I made with my team. Lots of late night meetings and Burger King dinners with @jfulgar @jan.mm @brandon_reitsma @aidanpsychs to make these pieces happen. Thank you to our supporters that continue to support us and allow us to put on for a city that we'll always call home. If you want to order one of our last green hoodies email firstname.lastname@example.org. For Brown hoodies we have very limited smalls, mediums and larges available for $25 each as well.
My brother and one of the hardest working people I know @brandon_reitsma in our brown #mccvllixn hoodie. Still on sale for $25 each! Limited stock in sizes small, medium and large. For our green hoodie we only have large left. Email email@example.com to order.
Big thank you to everyone that has ordered merch the past week since we announced our end of season promotion. ICYMI: all remaining green and brown #mccvllixn hoodies are on sale for $25 each (regular $50) and our black and white shirts are on sale for $12 (regular $25). We're down to our final remaining stock, to order and take advantage of our rare sale email firstname.lastname@example.org Remaining stock: Green hoodies: small & large Brown hoodies: small, medium & large (Small sizes are nearly sold out) Black and white shirts: small, medium & large 📸: @jan.mm
I know we've been gone for the past 3 weeks but we're back and the first thing I'd like to announce is our 50% off end of season sale! All remaining hoodies regularly priced at $50 are now on sale for $25 each. Shirts that are regularly priced at $25 are now on sale for $12. Shipping is $10 for each order. To place your order email email@example.com. Remaining stock: Green hoodies: sizes small and large Brown hoodies: sizes small, medium and large Black and white shirts: sizes small, medium and large We have very limited quantities and this is the lowest we've ever sold any of our merch so hit us up to order before it's too late.
I mentioned this on twitter but for the first 3 weeks of April I won't be available to process and ship orders. Everything will be handled once I'm back. Taking a long overdue trip to recharge and see the world like I always planned. If you want to make an order you have until this Thursday. All last second orders will be mailed out Friday morning before I leave. We have a few days left of our current promo. Spend $50 on any #mccvllixn pieces and receive 2 free past 5&10 items. To order email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is only a small break, I'll be back soon ready to work on this movement that you guys have supported for almost 3 years now. 📸: @brandon_reitsma
Another Monday, another #mccvllixnmondays feature. This will be our last story for 3 weeks, I'll be traveling for a bit after this weekend taking a long overdue trip. Today's feature comes from a long time supporter and the tallest person I know @featuringbigjay 1. What do you do? I am a professional athlete. Basketball player. I travel all around the world playing basketball in foreign countries. 2. Why do you do what you do? I do what I do because I love it. At the end of the day I want to have a job that I love. If you want that, you have to work extremely hard at whatever passion you have to be able to make that your job. Regular jobs aren't going anywhere. School isn't going anywhere. You can always go back and get a 9-5, or enroll in school... Take an online course. So why not follow your dreams? What do you lose taking a risk? Ok... You might fail, but if you're afraid to fail you won't ever accomplish anything. 3. What advice do you have for people in your shoes? Advice for people struggling in my field.... Don't give up. Stick with it. It's going to get worse before it gets better. My career has had so many lows. Very few highs, but it always comes around. It sucks in the beginning. Just keep putting in the work and let the love of the game drive you to do bigger and better things. Don't give up and just keep working.
When you finish binge watching a show and Netflix makes you wait a week for the next episode 😪
If you don't know today's #mccvllixnmondays feature @faizkham you either don't like sports or you don't own a tv. Either way you need to know him. One of the realest most inspiring stories yet: 1) What do you do? I work as a reporter and anchor for Sportsnet. I literally get to talk about sports as a job every single day. I’m very fortunate to be able to do what I love, and consider myself really lucky that I get to do it. 2) Why do you do what you do? This wasn’t what I originally went to school for. I studied business and psychology first, but didn’t feel like a career in either of those fields was for me. I was diagnosed with cancer when I was 16 years old, and from that point I’ve been trying to spread messages of positivity and perseverance to other teenagers, and when I was 21 I felt like it was time to follow my own advice. I started a sports blog in my final year of university, and eventually applied to a broadcasting college after finishing my degree, and the rest is history. I do what I do because it makes me happy, and I felt I deserved a chance at that after everything I had gone through. 3) What advice do you have for people in your shoes? My advice is very simple. Just believe in yourself. 10 years ago I would never have envisioned myself as a national television anchor at all. Sitting in hospital beds every week, not knowing if I’d be around the next day, that forces you to get a perspective that some never get. I call cancer the best thing that’s ever happened to me, because it changed how I look at life. You don’t need something that drastic to happen to you to change yours as well. All you need is you, and your confidence.
Don't ever let anyone or anything stop you from believing in yourself. If I listened to others I wouldn't be where I am right now 📸: @jan.mm
Today's #mccvllixnmondays feature is a young entrepreneur rising quickly and really owning his craft at a young age. Here is @stevenvan_ story. What do you do? I am an aspiring videographer, graphic designer & photographer. I do freelance work and have worked on promotional videos for companies like Wix, Motorola, and Wondershare. I also create social media graphics for more than 10 clients a month. Some people I've worked for in the past include @peterchao, @tpindell, @darealwillpower, and @sneakertalkca. Apart from that, I am trying to build a photography portfolio and have a YouTube channel with 55,000 subscribers (and 5M views) where I give tutorials on video editing, graphic designing, and YouTube marketing. Why do you do what you do? I enjoy the work I do and would be doing it even if I wasn't paid for it. I also know I am good at what I do and I can excel in the field if I continue to put in the hours I currently am. Also, having the chance to meet new people who are interested in the same things I am is great. What advice do you have for anyone in your shoes? Consistently putting out content is really important. Interacting with your community is also a key, meet new people; network and collaborate.
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