Mcdonaldscorp's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MCDONALDSCORP
41.2% of mcdonaldscorp's followers are female and 58.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.20%. The average number of likes per post is 147 and the average number of comments is 2.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR MCDONALDSCORP
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF MCDONALDSCORP
- Children & Family 76.69 %
- Beauty & Fashion 74.78 %
- Art & Design 74.51 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 69.18 %
- Fitness & Yoga 66.69 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 57.63 %
- Home & Garden 57.63 %
- How-to & Style 52.12 %
- Luxury Goods 47.67 %
- Travel & Tourism 46.15 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 46.15 %
- Music 37.72 %
- Entertainment 37.19 %
- Movies and TV 35.68 %
- Books and Literature 34.79 %
As a McDonald’s crew member, Diana found her independence. She also found a second family – and learned how much she’s capable of. Read (and watch) her story at the link in our bio.
We're pro-French Fries for many reasons, here's another: In the Netherlands, renewable diesel provider Neste recycles used cooking oil from our French Fries into fuel. Supply chain partner HAVI uses that fuel to truck products back to McDonald’s restaurants. It's a circle! Recycling our used cooking oil is common practice across many of our markets, so what's exciting here is that we're working to close the loop and create a circular solution for cooking oil.
“You have to step back and realize that it’s wonderful when you find a place that supports and even helps you make life choices – rather than hinders,” says Natasha, McDonald's Director of Global Menu Strategy. Natasha's decision to adopt a child years ago taught her what kind of workplace McDonald's really is. Read her heartwarming story of finding and creating community at work at the link in our bio.
What does a world class supply chain look like? @mcdonaldscanada Nicole Zeni can tell you. When the pandemic tested the Canadian beef industry, the resilience of McDonald’s supply chain and Canada’s beef industry helped McDonald’s Canada return to sourcing 100% Canadian Beef. "As someone who works with suppliers every day, I can see that agility in action," Nicole says. Read her story at our link in bio.
Vlad won a $100,000 scholarship through our HACER® National Scholarship program this year. We're so proud of how he's given back to his community, and we can't wait to see where his dreams and his education take him. Want to be like Vlad? Learn more about the HACER National Scholarship, including eligibility and how to apply, at the link in our bio.
A cool idea for cold drinks: Cup sleeves that benefit @rmhc Chapters, helping keep families together. Meet the owner/operators who first partnered with @cocacola to make it happen. Link in bio
Bringing the joy of books to families is so important to us at McDonald’s. That’s why we offer children’s books with our Happy Meals in so many countries around the world. During COVID-19, we’ve made small but powerful changes to the Happy Meal Reader experience; for instance, in Spain, local celebrities, authors and teachers are hosting virtual Happy Meal book readings for families to watch together on social media. To see what else we’re up to, head to the link in our bio.
The Coffee Club in St. Charles, Missouri is our newest Customer(s) of the Month! For years (yes, years!) these gentlemen have been meeting at McDonald’s a few times a week for breakfast and coffee—a tradition they’ve continued to keep up in our parking lot. Their love of coffee and conversation (and their support for us) has made serving them socially-distanced coffee one the best parts of our day.
Victoria is one of the up to 100,000 young people around the world who can now take advantage of Passport to Success, the pre-employment work readiness and soft skills training program offered by McDonald’s in partnership with the International Youth Foundation. So far, she’s taken classes on confidence and assertiveness, cooperation and teamwork, time management, goal setting, professional communication skills, managing conflict and problem solving, budget management, gender equality, respecting diversity, values and ethics, and more. Link in bio.
What if a restaurant could generate all its own power from renewable energy? McDonald’s newest global flagship location is a learning hub to test solutions for a sustainable future. #ClimateWeekNYC https://news.mcdonalds.com/mcdonalds-unveils-net-zero-energy-designed-restaurant-walt
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