Teganandsara's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF TEGANANDSARA
63.9% of teganandsara's followers are female and 36.1% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.70%. The average number of likes per post is 7136 and the average number of comments is 117.
Teganandsara loves posting about Music, Musicians, Band.
Check teganandsara's audience demography. This analytics report shows teganandsara'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 TEGANANDSARA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF TEGANANDSARA
- Art & Design 54.07 %
- Beauty & Fashion 45.37 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.67 %
- Music 42.55 %
- Photography 39.83 %
- Fitness & Yoga 37.98 %
- Travel & Tourism 37.89 %
- Business & Careers 36.58 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 36.30 %
- Movies and TV 34.38 %
- Books and Literature 33.76 %
We had the distinct pleasure of speaking to @leishahailey and @kateomoennig on their new podcast @thepantspod. Rarely do I go back and listen to interviews, but I put this on while I made coffee this morning and there are some serious belly laughs in this one. We have known Kate and Leisha for 15 years, and at least once a year I tell them – as if for the first time – that if I’m sick or feeling down I re watch the first season of the L Word. It’s like I can’t control myself. It comes out unconsciously. But they always smile and act like it’s the first time they’ve heard me say that. They are THAT good of actors. Also, actors are often only known for the characters they play, which is totally fine, but in Kate and Leisha’s case, I think what makes them exceptional is how funny, brilliant and kind they are in real life. Their banter is highly entertaining, and they really care about art and politics and their friends and animals. I know I am really talking them up, like I owe them money or something, but I just think you’ll love this podcast! So, go listen! Also, even though we’ve been friends for so many years, there is no photo of just the four of us. So thank you @tnsedit for making one! Link to episode on stories. 😂
😇 We are so excited about this! @officialclead @imdbtv
I found out this week that I am allergic to Tomato, garlic and red pepper (explains a lot). 😭 I am devastated. Not joking. Make me feel better by ordering one of our face masks. 100% of the proceeds from all our face masks go to amazing organizations. For example: The proceeds from the Alien mask 👽 - the one I’m wearing at the allergist where I took this photo - will be split between two amazing organizations in Montreal. The Native Women's Shelter of Montreal is a charity providing a safe, supportive environment that strengthens cultural identity, self-esteem and independence for Aboriginal women and their children. They offer a huge variety of in-house programming and services as well as community programs including the Iskweu Project (responding to the immediate need for assistance for families and loved ones when an Indigenous woman or girl (trans, two -spirit) goes missing); Resilience Montreal (day shelter); and family care programs. And RESILIENCE MONTREAL is a day shelter, wellness centre and safe space open to everyone, providing food and shelter as well as mental health and medical support. For decades, its location, Cabot Square, has been a gathering place for Indigenous people. In the last few years, constant police presence, fines, harassment and the closure of an important wet shelter led to a dire situation where 14 people died while waiting for critical resources, mostly Indigenous women. Resilience Montreal was created by the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal and Nazareth Community in response to this crisis. Learn more or order yours now! Link in bio!
Fall in the bubble.
It’s #SpiritDay! Go purple now to take a stand against bullying and to support LGBTQ youth. http://glaad.org/spiritday
We know many of you Canadians are celebrating Thanksgiving today. Many of you are not. Many of you are unable to celebrate or gather safely because of Covid. Some of you can’t celebrate because you or your loved ones can’t travel. We know some of you are not celebrating Thanksgiving because it’s not your thing. We know some of you ARE braving cold weather, and the outdoors to eat with friends or family in a safe socially distant way. We are not celebrating today but we did sit in Sara’s garage last night socially distant in our winter parkas enjoying individual Thanksgiving dinners we ordered in. So, whether YOU are celebrating or are not, here is a collection of us eating a ton of stuff that isn’t our typical Thanksgiving fare (turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie) as we did not take a photo last night. Wishing the Canadians who ARE celebrating, a happy harvest. To the rest of you, carry on. Xo T&S
I found these photos, from the I Feel It In My Bones video shoot, on an old hard drive yesterday. The song, a collaboration with @tiesto was our first really big foray into dance/electronic music world. It came out September 9th, 2009 and truthfully we had no idea how big the song would become. In 2009, we were still 100% an indie rock band and collaborating with a dance artist was considered by some to be a risk, but we were so stoked. We’d grown up listening to dance and electronic music. We loved the community that supported the music and went to raves when we were teenagers. The actual writing of the song was so inspiring and we were so happy with the final product. The video shoot was in Montreal. I remember the set was ice cold and we had to try hard not to shiver as we performed, spinning in circles on these funny platforms for a few hours. We saw @tiesto headline @coachella the next year, and he played the video when he played the song. Not an exaggeration to say it blew our fucking minds to see ourselves up there on the big screens, tens of thousands of people dancing around us. It was the hardest I’ve ever danced in my life. I haven’t seen the video in years and just went and re-watched it. It’s pretty fucking cool. Go find it.
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