Spencermahoney's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF SPENCERMAHONEY
31.4% of spencermahoney's followers are female and 68.6% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 227 and the average number of comments is 13.
Spencermahoney loves posting about Coaching, Training, Fitness.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR SPENCERMAHONEY
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF SPENCERMAHONEY
- Fitness & Yoga 84.54 %
- Travel & Tourism 48.50 %
- Beauty & Fashion 41.14 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 39.77 %
- Sports 38.50 %
- Photography 34.34 %
- Business & Careers 34.13 %
- Books and Literature 33.43 %
- Art & Design 31.42 %
I enjoy what I’m doing every day, with the people I get to do it with 👊🏼 #Repost @atomicoffeeroasters - - - Meet Spencer! ⚡️ Spencer Mahoney is the General Manager of Roasting Operations at our Salem roastery, and also heads up our marketing here at Atomic. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Spencer grew up working in cafes, including the Marblehead Atomic Cafe while he was in high school. He came back to us two summers ago initially in a marketing position, but his role has evolved over time to include everything from leading our roasting operations and coffee sourcing, to overseeing our branding, package design, website, and social media. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ When he's not responding to customer emails, or planning the daily roast schedule, Spencer enjoys running, mountain biking, and @mininatortilla chips. He is a seasoned endurance athlete, having competed in ultra-marathons, obstacle course races, and even an obstacle racing television show on NBC. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Spencer wears many (backwards) hats here at Atomic, and we're thankful to have him as part of the team! #BeAtomic #MeetTheTeam
Missed the Hawaiian shirt memo. #LakeLife
Happy birthday to my partner in life, my other half, and my best friend ❤️
Best 3 years ❤️
I haven’t been running much lately. Since the beginning of the year, I’ve been averaging one run per week, usually on the weekends, most between 8-10 miles. A couple years ago I would have been down on myself for this, but these days I’ve just been going with the flow. I don’t have a plan, and I don’t have any races scheduled that I need to run for. I’ve just been getting out every weekend and having fun running. This weekend’s “going with the flow” however got me out on the trails Saturday on my bike, a 9 mile road run Sunday, and what was going to be one ~45 minute trail loop today that turned into two. Not sure if it’s the nice weather, or if I just unconsciously decided that it’s been long enough and I want to get back to it. Probably a combination of both. Either way, I’m happy I’m at a place mentally where I’m not beating myself up about the lack of training, and physically that I’m able to just jump out of bed and put some miles in multiple days in a row. Looking forward to continuing to push myself and spending more time on the trails this summer!
Not a @mininatortilla ad, just a guy with a kickass crew that knows a practical birthday gift when they see one. Thanks everyone for the love, chips, cake, and cider. Swipe for what a non-pandemic version of this photo would look like.
Quick trip to Jamaica for a wedding on the beach 🇯🇲✌🏼 Congrats to the newlyweds, Amanda and Josh!
This weekend was an experience I’ll never forget. Logan, Brendan and I got the chance to travel down to Hacienda La Minita, a farm we source coffee from at @atomicoffeeroasters. Over the course of 48 hours, we got a first hand look at the entire journey coffee goes through before showing up at the door of our roastery. We picked coffee cherries by hand, got a crash course in all of the different processing methods, cupped some of the best coffees we’ve ever tasted, and drank our fair share of tequila. The amount I learned over such a short period of time is remarkable, and honestly hard to put into words. In theory I knew about how coffee farms operate, natural vs washed processes, coffee tree varietals, etc., but no amount of books or podcasts can compare to seeing it happen right in front of you. The number of people that are involved in the process, the level of difficulty a lot of the jobs are, and the pride they had working for La Minita stood out, and it’s given me a whole new appreciation for the coffee I drink each day. More photos to come, but for now here are a few of my favorites. Thankful for the experience, and looking forward to more visits to origin in the future!
2019 was an incredible year. I took a step back from OCR, and a huge step forward in the world of coffee, and my career. I’m working with family and friends, in an industry I’m excited about, for a company I’m proud to be a part of, and in a role that just feels right! @atomicoffeeroasters Jess and I bought a house. A house originally built in 1696. A home that some days I still can’t believe when I pull into the driveway that it’s our own. I have never been particularly handy, but have done my fair share of learning, projects and yard work in the last 4 months! Even with stepping back from OCR (I ran 2 obstacle races in 2019), I had my most memorable season ever. I completed the Boston Marathon 1 minute above my ultimate goal time (ran 3:46), I ran the Bel Monte 25k at the end of an epic Man Camp weekend in Shenandoah National Park, and I completed my first 50k with some of my best friends in Squamish, British Columbia. I would have done a few more OCRs this year, but instead of running the local Spartan Races, I was able to combine two of my passions, as Atomic sponsored the Boston Super and Fenway Sprint, which meant I was too busy pouring coffee for all the other racers to race myself! Jess and I didn’t travel as much as we’d like (I was still holding on to the hope we’d make it to Ireland this summer even with the new house) but still managed to make it out to Seattle to visit family and explore the city. 2019 could not have been different from the year before, and it excites me to see what this new year will bring. I’m thankful for my amazing family, because none of this happens without them. Bring on 2020! 💥
We bought a house! 🙌🏼 It’s been a long 2 weeks of firsts since we closed on the 26th. For nearly 6 months Jess and I spent Sundays at open houses, and evenings on Zillow, before our journey lead us to this first period home that was originally built in 1696! After our third open house on a Sunday in June, I remember driving over here and saying “well this one is going to be completely hit or miss, it was built in the 17th century”. And although this isn’t the type of home we were specifically searching out, it was clearly a hit for us the moment we walked in. We’re excited for what this next chapter in our lives has in store for us, and are beyond thankful for all of the help we’ve received from our family and friends. We couldn’t have done it without you! #HomeOwners
It was tough leaving this view, and this group! 🙌🏼 I had a blast in Canada celebrating @socal_spartan‘s upcoming marriage, keeping our unconventional “bachelor party” tradition alive. It’s a challenge only seeing some of my best friends a few times a year. But when we do meet up, it’s always an epic time!
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