Marisaflacks's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

@marisaflacks

United States

Encouraging women to pursue their God-given purpose. Brand Designer @risecreativeco Ministry Leader @thepurposeproject.club 📍NC
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Charlotte
United States

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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MARISAFLACKS

Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.50%. The average number of likes per post is 50 and the average number of comments is 2.

40.58% of the followers that engaged with marisaflacks regularly are from United States, followed by Japan at 5.8% and Australia at 5.8%. In summary, the top 5 countries of marisaflacks's posts engager are coming from United States, Japan, Australia, India, Canada.

Marisaflacks loves posting about Celebrities, Design.

Check marisaflacks's audience demography. This analytics report shows marisaflacks'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.

Followers
1,458
Avg Likes
50
Avg Comments
2
Posts
2,215
Global Rank
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Category Rank
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR MARISAFLACKS

Female
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AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF MARISAFLACKS

  • United States 40.58 %
  • Japan 5.8 %
  • Australia 5.8 %
  • India 5.8 %
  • Canada 4.35 %

RECENT POSTS

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FB Memories are a funny thing. Today they showed me that 10 years ago I was gushing with a friend over visiting the south for the first time, 6 years ago I had the interview that made me realize corporate fashion may not be for me, & 4 years ago I took the leap of faith moving south. Where I am now was being written 10 years ago and I didn’t even know it, but God did. His plans are always better 🖤 Cheers to 4 years, North Carolina!

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On Wednesday’s we ministry plan for @thepurposeproject.club 🖤

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It’s been an emotional few weeks, but it’s all working together for His purpose, for our future generations to know love & acceptance, & equality 🖤

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Some things I’ve learned in the 3 weeks since living at the beach (can’t believe it’s only been 3 week): - I will live with sand everywhere for the rest of my life. In my car, in my shoes, in between the tiles in my house, E V E R Y W H E R E. - Bathing suits are now the only acceptable form of undergarment to wear. - Most days include at least 3 outfit changes. - Never been more grateful for a flexible work schedule to make a short beach trip in between projects. - Living close to family, & friends, & anything we could possibly want to do means having to be much more intentional about your days, and present in the moments you get to enjoy outside of work. - Having zero plan for what’s next is actually the most freeing feeling & best way to take one day at a time and enjoy it 🌴

35 3

I'm sorry that it took me a few days to get a post up. I've really struggled with what to say. What the right words are, what the wrong words are, what action is too little, what action is not the most impactful. I've taken a few days to listen and want to share where I stand. First and foremost, I want to recognize that we posted a black square on Tuesday, and I chose to take it down after hearing and realizing that one single black square is not enough. As a white woman who recognizes her privilege, and as a Christian, my heart has been broken for the current state of our world. My heart breaks for my black sisters and brothers who for years have felt the weight of oppression that has plagued their families and communities for decades, centuries even. My heart breaks for the lives that have been lost due to the irresponsible and irrational actions of others. I realize that I will never understand the true weight of what they are facing, and that even by being in the position to feel broken hearted over a situation I will probably never face speaks to my privilege, but I pledge as a white woman, and as a human being to do everything I can do be an ally. I am angry, and I know I may have no right to be. But I'm angry that not everyone comprehends the severity of this. I am angry that people who claim to be religious have further hurt our black brothers and sisters, as Jesus would never stand for this. I am angry that people in my own life aren't patient enough to take the time to understand what 'systematic oppression means,' and that this is not an isolated incident, or the result of a one-time offense. I am angry that many people don't know what to do, so instead they do nothing. And I want to give grace in that by giving a few ways that we can be better, and stronger allies: 1. Know Better: We can take the time to LEARN. Listen to your black friends, speakers, leaders, and community members. Read. Watch movies (13 on Netflix, Just Mercy on Amazon is free). (continued in commented)

54 1

New house, same content 🐶👼🏼

20 1

Shared my first personal blog post. Wanted to chat about everything that has happened over the past year, and what life currently feels like when you don't know what's next, which I'm sure we can all relate to during this weird time 🖤 Link in bio

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Was this black fireplace made for me or was it made for me?

71 6

Queen City, you always keep us coming back. It’s not goodbye, it’s see ya later. ❤️ / 📸: @pink.daisies

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Have you taken a hit from this global pandemic? Has your job been affected, or your income taken away? Have you lost your sense of normalcy, and are grasping to feel somewhat whole again? I was listening to @iammiketodd's Toys R Us Minister sermon, and he said something so profound. . We often look at God as a resource when we're in need. When we feel lost, or hopeless, or don't know where else to turn, we think then, in that moment he's the resource that will give us peace. While that is true, we have to stop viewing the ultimate provider, the one who made the earth, and gave us breath, as just a resource, and start relying on him as THE SOURCE. . The source of our joy, peace, comfort, provision, purpose, perserverance, and more. . As a business owner, I say all the time that my business isn't mine but God's, because there's no other explanation for how a 22 year old, 6 months out of college could start a business that has sustained itself and grown to where it is today without his provision. Don't get me wrong, there's been seasons where I've worried where my next client was coming from, but it's gotten to the point where my fiance and I joke that my next client is right around the corner because I know the God is the source of my provision, and he hasn't failed me yet. . So in this season, whether you're struggling to find all the resources you can now, or not, I challenge you to let God be your source and watch him provide. He even says, "Test me in this, and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that you will not have room enough for it."

101 6

Because I pick up my wedding dress tomorrow & I’m so freaking excited for our next adventure. Thanks for being crazy enough to ride along with me 💛

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