Baronpress's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BARONPRESS
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.30%. The average number of likes per post is 89 and the average number of comments is 5.
61.54% of the followers that engaged with baronpress regularly are from United States, followed by Australia at 3.3% and Haiti at 3.3%. In summary, the top 5 countries of baronpress's posts engager are coming from United States, Australia, Haiti, Rwanda, Kenya.
Baronpress loves posting about Art, Design.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BARONPRESS
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF BARONPRESS
- United States 61.54 %
- Australia 3.3 %
- Haiti 3.3 %
- Rwanda 2.2 %
- Kenya 2.2 %
1995 vs. every other year for the rest of eternity. 🤷🏼♂️
Okay, Braves. We need some magic tonight. It’s been a rugged year, and well, Atlanta needs some extra pizzazz! Come through with a game 7 win for us, yeah?? . . . . . . . #atlantabraves #game7 #pandemic #atlanta #bravos #mlbplayoffs #playoffs #mixitup #acunamatata #covid19 #worldseries #2020 #baseball #bravesbaseball #freddiefreeman #tomahawk #acuna
My wife says I need to stop ordering stickers, but I just want to share the slap happiness with y’all!
TLDR? Be quiet. —— Taking a look at my feed, there aren’t a lot of shots of what we’ve been up to as far as printing goes recently! 👇 To assure ya, we are still printing, and printing often!! ☝️ However! While I’ve spent more than a decade printing and Loving every minute of it (even the bad parts), I’ve been enjoying spending time away and trying to figure out what I enjoy *outside* of that work realm. And that’s hard to do, considering I tend to attach too much self worth with hire’s it relates to how my business is running. 🤷🏼♂️ Figuring out the real self worth and aiming to do more self work. Realizing the need for experience, and sharing that with my Loved ones, my family, but also being able to ask for alone time. Yesterday was a nice quiet hike on the AT and at Preacher’s Rock, a nice place to sit in silence for a moment and soak up the morning view and sunshine. A nice couple hours not listening to music, bring with and looking into myself, sorting out what I want from life, who I want to be, who I want to be to and for my family, and working towards those goals. Aaaaaaanyway, find yourself some quiet time and relax. I’m caught up in the flood of staying busy, but am working to find my way out and feel at peace in calm.
We’ve retreated to the mountains for a respite (some respite? I don’t know), and are having such a nice time that this lil’ baby lizard is knocking on our screen door to join the fun.
It was about 5 seconds after this when I found out that my super rad @pit_viper shades do not actually float. Pretty #heartbroken about that, but hot dang our hike at the Fiery Gizzard Trail did NOT disappoint! My body was beat down and closely bloodied and I could hardly walk once we were back to the car. If you want an epic hike, I highly recommend. But don’t wear your Pit Vipers at the waterfall. Thanks to my brothers Matt and Booth and to their wives for agreeing to let me bring ‘em on an epic trip!!
A deep deep part of my heritage is The Salvation Army. I grew up in The Salvation Army, as did my parents and their parents and their parents, too. We had dinner the other night with some friends and tried to explain “Singing Company” under the reign of my sweet and no B.S. mother, Sally! Like, what?! 9 year olds wearing uniforms?! It’s definitely strange as an outsider, and we didn’t know any different. That said, because of our deep involvement growing up, many of my fondest memories are linked to The Army, and some of my dearest friends were made thanks to The Salvation Army (a few of which are also in this photo!) - 4 of the 6 guys in my wedding are Salvation Army brethren. I left The Army in 2013 - which was an incredibly difficult decision, as I love a good generational streak!! But I found a great place to worship after that, and ended up meeting my friggin’ amazing wife there. We had to leave that place in 2019, and still carry some deep hurt that goes with loss of community. Then we had really enjoyed a new church for a while until the pandemic hit! That said, the Sunday morning zoom services have been great. Aaaaaalllllllll that said? How ‘bout that Singing Company, Class of ‘91!
Me and Dad, November 1983. Miss you. Love you. Lucky I am your son.
Atlanta. Love ya deeply.
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