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|nowtoronto's instagram posts receive on average 246 likes. For an account with 71,639 followers, they should receive a minimum of 2,507 likes per post.|
|nowtoronto's instagram posts receive on average 7 comments. For an account with 71,639 followers, they should receive a minimum of 143 comments per post.|
Their Average Likes 0.343%
Should be above 3.5%
Their Average Likes are 10% of what they should be
Their Average Comments 0.009%
Should be above 0.2%
Their Average Comments are 5% of what they should be
Social Engagement Grade = F
This account has lower than expected social engagement from likes.
This account has lower than expected social engagement from comments, or comments are disabled.
|Likely real followers||7,024 (9.8%)|
|Dormant or fake followers||64,615 (90.2%)|
|Note:||If this account is for a business, 20% likely real followers is typical.|
Green = OK Red = LOW
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A Toronto protest action in support of the pipeline blockade in Wet'suwet'en territory in northern BC shut down a rail line in Vaughan on Saturday. Full story in bio. (📸@drpaulsalvatori) #toronto #wetsuweten #wetsuwetenstrong #indigenousrights #vaughan #nowtoronto
Likes : 200
Cmnts : 6
This week's DOUBLE COVER special issue: Toronto's homelessness crisis has reached a tipping point. Activists are urging the city to finally take action on accessible housing as the future of one of the city's most marginalized neighbourhoods hangs in the balance. Pick up your copy now or click the link in the bio. (📸@samuelengelking) . . . #toronto #torontonews #torontohousing #homelessness #housingcrisis #nowmagazine #nowtoronto
Likes : 49
Cmnts : 1
☀️ @winter.stations is back for its sixth year, transforming four lifeguard stations on Woodbine Beach into sensorial sculptures, on display until March 31. Click the link in the bio for more. (📸@lachancephoto) #toronto #torontoart #torontoevents #torontowinter #winterstations #beachestoronto #thebeaches #nowtoronto #nowmagazine
Likes : 197
Cmnts : 3
#hiddentoronto | Located in Lower Don River Valley Park, "Monsters For Beauty, Permanence And Individuality", a series of sculptures by artist Duane Linklater, are replicas of gargoyles from 19th- and early 20th-century buildings around Toronto. Story in bio. (📸 Richard Longley) #toronto #torontoart #publicart #donvalley #donriver #nowmagazine #nowtoronto
Likes : 470
Cmnts : 14
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