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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF KEIRALEXA
61.8% of keiralexa's followers are female and 38.2% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.40%. The average number of likes per post is 3052 and the average number of comments is 104.
26.32% of the followers that engaged with keiralexa regularly are from United States, followed by Russian Federation at 6.58% and Turkey at 5.26%. In summary, the top 5 countries of keiralexa's posts engager are coming from United States, Russian Federation, Turkey, Mexico, Indonesia.
Keiralexa loves posting about Travel, Adventure, Photography, Celebrities.
Check keiralexa's audience demography. This analytics report shows keiralexa'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 KEIRALEXA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF KEIRALEXA
- Beauty & Fashion 83.31 %
- How-to & Style 68.60 %
- Travel & Tourism 53.25 %
- Photography 51.85 %
- Business & Careers 37.94 %
- Books and Literature 37.88 %
- Entertainment 37.52 %
- Art & Design 36.66 %
- Children & Family 36.59 %
- Fitness & Yoga 34.92 %
- Music 34.85 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 33.29 %
- Movies and TV 33.07 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 32.84 %
- Sports 31.82 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF KEIRALEXA
- United States 26.32 %
- Russian Federation 6.58 %
- Turkey 5.26 %
- Mexico 5.26 %
- Indonesia 3.95 %
🎂 !!!!!! This is 30 !!!!!! 🎂 Love you all ❤️❤️❤️ jumpsuit from @lovenookie
Here’s a peak in @keir_collection Cares first volunteer project that I worked on with @sara2mutch We spent the day with people experiencing homelessness at the Union Rescue Mission and Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles, gifting care-bags filled with essential items. Our goal was to spread a little love on some of the lives in our community. Thanks to @tyrone for helping us organize. Thanks to our first volunteers @erinmichellexo @keila.gram & @shayallday88 for being beautiful humans. And finally, thanks to our donors who made everything possible. @sarah2mutch_ @pepsi @corefoods @bobzangrillo @keila.gram @jorrdanos @perfecthydration @brendaniribe @bellahunter @lighthousediaries @archiethesilverfox @bcrawford_la @jerry_on_a_mission The @unionrescuemission serves 1 million meals a year, provides 250,000 nights of shelter, hosts 15,000 health and legal sessions and has helped 85 people graduate. They are always looking for volunteers and donations (anything is appreciated including clothing you aren’t wearing anymore, help in the kitchen, etc) so if you are interested in getting involved head to their IG @unionrescuemission or website to learn more. #bethechangeyouwishtosee
🖤 Happy Juneteenth 🖤 Today is Juneteenth, which honors the end to slavery in the United States!! In 1865, two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas to take control of the state. This ensured all enslaved people be freed! There is not a day that goes by that I don’t think about how grateful I am for all the men and women who fought and gave up their lives to protect and secure our freedom in America! To celebrate Juneteenth, we started off attending a @black_womenlead event on Sunset & Laurel where @lisbetta and I passed out roses to protesters and then afterwards @shayallday88 drove us down to Leimert Park in Crenshaw for a Juneteenth block party with live music, food and dancing! See my IG stories for more! #blacklivesmatter #juneteenth #peacefulprotests #antiracism #leimertpark #sunset
I’ve encountered thousands upon thousands of peaceful protesters and I’m truly inspired by the unity and solidarity I’ve seen. Some people contributed (we did on Saturday) by passing out waters, fruit, snacks and medical supplies. I even saw some girls set up a booth to make free protest signs! (Scroll through photos) There were some times that the abundance of love and support felt like “Burning Man” moments. I want to highlight a powerful moment that happened on Saturday. I was out protesting with a group of people I had never met before. At the end of the day, while my group and I were heading back to our cars, we came across a homeless woman near the Grand Central Market in downtown LA. We saw that she had no socks or shoes and was walking through the streets barefoot, so we stopped to help. Joella gave her the socks off her feet. Lola gave her the shoes off her feet too (she ended up walking back 3 miles without shoes). @lexonthegram & Rob gave her money and the rest of the group gave her a bag filled with the snacks and waters we had left. Then at the very end, led by Mona, we all joined in prayer. It was so beautiful to see people coming together with compassion and empathy to help someone in need. @tyrone_d_nance @molly_m_morrow Despite all of the evil in this world, there are wonderfully kind humans that can make a lasting positive impact. I truly believe that if we take action together, we can truly make a change. It doesn’t matter what age, gender, race or religion you believe in. We are all a part of the human race. Racial injustice is not just a “black” problem; it’s an “us” problem and we have to fight together. LET’S CONTINUE TO FIGHT AGAINST RACISM! #blacklivesmatter #nojusticenopeace #peacefulprotests #antiracism
When they say “a few can make a difference” and “there is power in numbers,” it’s true! Yesterday at Hollywood and Vine, we started off with 7 people while 100 National Guard soldiers stood watch. After a half hour, Fearless LA Church arrived with over 50 people. More and more people joined us and before we knew it, we had over a hundred people within the hour! Throughout this time, the National Guard was there and very visible. One key area I want to highlight is how nice they were the entire time. We kept them informed along the way and once we got big enough to enter the streets, they empowered us to do so and gave us tips on how to stay safe. We left the sidewalks and moved to the streets. What a rush and what a feeling it was to be unified with people from all walks of life fighting against racial injustice. When we arrived at Vine and Sunset, we met other protesters that occupied all four corners with at least 50+ protester on each. As we chanted “Who’s streets!? Our streets!” in the middle of the intersections, all four groups rushed and joined us as we marched on Sunset blvd. Cars were honking in support, people were unifying their voices and we were fired up!!! I want to express how proud I am of my friend @tyrone_d_nance who organized and led this peaceful protest in Hollywood yesterday. We went from 7 to over a 1000-strong, all led by Tyrone. Tyrone embodies everything it means to be a community leader and advocate for change. Not only is he out here on the frontlines fighting for justice and freedom, but he’s doing this daily within his role as the Volunteer Manager at VIP advocating against violence and abuse every day. READ MORE IN COMMENTS ⬇️
𝐍𝐄𝗪 𝐁𝐋𝐎𝐆 𝐏𝐎𝐒𝐓: 𝐕𝐨𝐥𝐮𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐃𝐮𝐫𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐂𝐎𝐕𝐈𝐃-𝟏𝟗 💞 Each year, the Violence Intervention Program helps 20,000 people heal from assault, abuse and neglect. Volunteering with @vip_cares for the last 3 weeks has been incredibly rewarding and I’m grateful for the opportunity I’ve had to participate. Last Thursday, Dr. Heger took some time to talk to us about how the organization has evolved since she founded it over 30 years ago. It was truly inspiring to learn from a woman who has dedicated her entire life to helping others. We created 1,000 gift bags for @heartsofvip and @redeye to pass out for Mothers Day. Each bag included handwritten greetings, makeup, information on @vip_cares and orchids donated by @westerlayorchid. Last Wednesday at the Watts Empowerment Center, we passed out the gift bags we made along with 3 semi-truckloads of food that was donated by @childrenmendinghearts On Friday, we donated 150 gift bags to the Union Rescue Mission. This organization focuses on the homeless and offers 4 comprehensive levels of service: Outreach, Emergency Services, Transformation, and Restoration. On Saturday, we donated 150 gift bags to the Downtown Women’s Center. It’s mission is to end homelessness for women in the Greater Los Angeles Area through housing, wellness, employment and advocacy. It has been pretty 𝗪𝐈𝐋𝐃 trying to dodge Coronavirus over the past weeks and especially when we walked through skid row to pass out waters, flowers, masks, gloves, and the rest of our bags. I’m not going to lie quarantining solo for the last 2 months has been an emotional roller coaster. Some days feeling positive and others feeling depressed. But, as of late, volunteering has helped put some things in perspective that have given better odds to positivity. Nothing feels better than seeing the joy and gratitude on another person’s face when you are helping them. It’s an immediate positive impact - both for them and for myself. 🙏🏽🙏🏼🙏🏿
Happy Mother’s Day to my mom! So grateful for you @stephaniewohlman and love you so very much! 💘 When we were developing @keircollection, We not only wanted create mindful products, but also to connect people with one another in a way that resonated on a different level. So, the journey began with a sound bath in LA back in February - meditating with our girls, surrounded by cozy blankets, immersive sounds, delicious cocktails, tasty tacos and lots of laughter. (and farts - you know who you are 😂) SHOUT OUTS: • Thank you @mayadonovanyoga & @loveandalchemy_ for the sound healing • Thank you @tocayaorganica for the taco bar • Thank you @btlsvc for the hand crafted cocktails • Thank you @rawbabydesserts for the vegan desserts • Thank you @unhide for the fuzzy blankets • Thank you @somedudenameddevs for the photos More photos on keiralexa.com (too many people to tag) 💖💖💖💖
Can’t wait to hit the road & travel again! 🌏
Before quarantine vs. quarantine I have been solo quarantining for 60 days now! That is a lottttt of time alone. I haven’t even touched my makeup bag or even bothered putting on regular clothes. I only wear nighttime pajamas, daytime pajamas or yoga pants, masks and gloves when volunteering or grocery shopping! Missing all of you!!! 💘 Thanks for the hoodie @talentless #covid19 #quarantine #pleasewashyourhands #weshouldhavealreadybeenwashingourhands
A little less talk, a little more action ❤️ I have had a lot of people ask me for restaurant recommendations in Tulum so I made a list of all my favorites & posted them on my blog - keiralexa.com My top 5 favorites are: 1. @therealcoconut 2. @kintoh.azulik 3. @posadamargherita 4. @ocumaretulum 5. @nomadetulum 🌮🌮🌮(Link in bio)
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