Mcencula's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MCENCULA
53.5% of mcencula's followers are female and 46.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.60%. The average number of likes per post is 773 and the average number of comments is 8.
Mcencula loves posting about Fashion, Modeling, Styling.
Check mcencula's audience demography. This analytics report shows mcencula'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 MCENCULA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF MCENCULA
- Beauty & Fashion 79.01 %
- Photography 52.82 %
- Art & Design 49.56 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 45.26 %
- Entertainment 44.14 %
- Travel & Tourism 42.67 %
- Fitness & Yoga 40.68 %
- Children & Family 40.06 %
- Business & Careers 39.98 %
- Movies and TV 36.14 %
- Music 36.09 %
- Books and Literature 35.39 %
Did you know that nearly half of eligible voters didn’t vote in the 2016 election? Today on #nationalvoterregistrationday, text VOTER to 26797 to make sure you are registered to vote and receive important election information. Even if you are positive you already registered, it’s important to check your registration anyway to make sure all the information is up to date. Once you have registered, come up with a voting plan. How do you plan to vote? We need to get our votes in as early as possible! In many states, you can vote in person before election day. Find out where your polling place is and what days and times early voting is available. You can also text VOTER to 26797 to find out if you are eligible to vote early or vote by mail and request your mail-in ballot. And finally, talk to your friends and family. Check-in with them to make sure they are registered and have a voting plan too! Millennials and GenZ voters are set to hold 37% of the electorate on November 3rd. Our voter turnout can change the outcome of this election. If we wish to see change, we must take action. We must mobilize, strategize, and if we are able, VOTE. The stakes couldn’t be higher. You can sign up to be a poll worker, find volunteer opportunities, and donate to competitive Senate races at the link in my bio! @votesaveamerica
In honor of my two beautiful friends getting married yesterday! Here are some portraits I took of them last month ❤️ Shot on Medium format
@kimberlecrenshaw is brilliant and her Ted Talk, “The Urgency of Intersectionality” is moving. I think it is important for everyone to watch, especially all of those that I’ve met in the gender equality spaces over the last few years- those making up a large part of my new audience. If you are a true advocate for gender equality, you should advocate for all forms of equality. When advocating I always try to intentionally check myself for blind spots, and if my words/actions are honoring intersectionality. I hope to see those that have supported and been a part of the gender equality fight showing up for Black Lives Matter with the same energy and presence. White feminists have long chosen self-interest over the lives of Black people. There is a long way to go in correcting and reconstructing feminism. Most of those in the gender equality space are aware to some degree that there is a long history of racism in feminism, and it is incredibly important to continue to root that out. Only then can it truly serve all womxn. The issues of Black womxn have to be all of our issues to face. I’ve spent the last few days researching and putting together resources. Today my stories will be dedicated to bringing awareness to the names and stories of Black womxn and girls who have experienced state-sponsored violence at the hands of law enforcement. #sayhername
The march this weekend from W 110th street to Washington Square Park #thetakeback was one of the most massive and united marches I’ve ever been to. If you swipe, you can find a list of the demands for NYC. The link in my bio opens a fully scripted email in your mail app and only takes a minute to send. Send an email directly to government officials and council members to reallocate egregious police budgets towards education, social services, and dismantling racial inequality here in New York City. #blacklivesmatter #defundthepolice #repeal50a
Today would have been Breonna Taylor’s 27th Birthday. She was murdered in her home on March 13th by Louisville PD. The Louisville Police Department performed an illegal, unannounced drug raid on her home. Not a single officer announced themselves before ramming down her door and firing 22 shots, shooting Breonna 8 times, killing her. Not only were the police at the wrong house, but the man they were looking for had already been arrested earlier that day. The #birthdayforbreonna campaign recognizes today, June 5th, as a day of action to get justice for Breonna. If you swipe, you can find some action steps to take today. The link in my bio and in my stories opens a fully scripted email in your mail app and only takes a minute to send. Send an email directly to the Kentucky Attorney General, the Mayor and Governor demanding justice for Breonna. Her murderers must be charged. The beautiful image of Breonna was created by @arielsinhaha #sayhername #justiceforbreonnataylor #blacklivesmatter #defundthepolice
I took these images at the protest in Harlem yesterday. I will never know what it's like to be black in this country. No level of education or friendship can ever teach me what it feels like to fear for my life on a daily basis or to face systemic racism at every turn. The black folx I know are strong as hell, but they shouldn’t have to be. Especially at this moment, a time when we all should be fighting for them. I will continue to recognize my privilege and educate others while listening to and standing up for all black folx. I will make sure that I am living that out at all times, not just when it is convenient, and certainly not because it is trending. My heart is with the black community during this sickening time, but the action steps I take now and in the future are far more important. The number of times over the years that I’ve been sidelined when I brought up race in a conversation with white people, or written off because “oh boy she’s getting political again” is sad yet unsurprising. Somehow, speaking about racism has left me accused of throwing gas on a fire. Racism is not a difference of political opinion, but you would sure think it is in some of the conversations I’ve been apart of or have overheard. Equality will never be up for debate. I’m done being gentle (maybe I never really was, I’ll leave that up to the opinion of those I’ve interacted with) or sidestepping every time a white person gets uncomfortable. It is not enough to be quietly non-racist, we must be vocally anti-racist. If you continually ignore these cries for help, PLEASE examine in yourself why that is. If the constant killing of black men and women by police doesn’t anger you and doesn’t cause you fight for change, you are the problem. Your silence is dangerous! White silence is violence, plain and simple. A note: (continued in the comments)
A few shots from March with @omotabella and @sarahrylemua. This was the last shoot I did in my Nashville studio before moving. As a team, I think we spent just as much time dancing as we did shooting ✨
@michaelkors Fall 2020 shot for @wwd
@michaelkors Fall 2020 Shot for @wwd
Nashville is the town that I have called home for the past 7 years. It is also the place where my photography journey began. What started as a passionate hobby, turned into something I couldn’t have imagined in my wildest dreams. I’m incredibly grateful for what this town has provided me. The amount of support, growth and love I’ve received here is overwhelming. To all of the friends here that have become family, I love you all endlessly. To those who don’t already know, Tay and I (and of course, the cats) will be moving to NYC at the end of March. After 3 years of it being a second home to me and often spending more time there than Nashville for work, I fell hard for the city. New York has been transformative for me as an artist and as a person. I couldn’t be more excited to finally be there full-time with so many wonderful people, doing what I love the most. See you soon, NYC!
Backstage @verawanggang FW2020 Shot for @wwd
Backstage @laquan_smith FW2020 Shot for @yukiebeautyspa @ikthestylist and featured in @teenvogue and @nylonmag
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