100k Instagram followers: another Meanwhile in Ireland landmark

By Matthew Sloan
October 4, 2023

The Meanwhile in Ireland team shows no signs of slowing down as it reaches yet another landmark in 2023.

There has been much to celebrate in 2023 for Emerald Green Media and the Meanwhile in Ireland team, not least the recent nomination for an award at this year’s Irish eCommerce Awards.

Though unfortunately pipped to the award on this occasion, the team has shown no signs of slowing down and has continued to hit other landmark achievements in the meantime.

The latest such achievement is the landmark of 100,000 followers on Instagram.

100k Instagram followers – a landmark achievement

100k Instagram followers: another Meanwhile in Ireland landmark.

Meanwhile in Ireland was established in 2014 to celebrate the often bizarre and downright hilarious humorous side of Ireland and its people.

The website attracts a healthy readership for its articles that expertly blend satire, humour, pop culture, news, and craic, while its social media account hits the same notes using memes, videos, and jokes.

Meanwhile in Ireland attracts over 200,000 visitors each day, and its social media posts regularly go viral in Ireland and across the world.

There is little surprise, then, that its follower count has grown steadily over the years. That it has now passed the 100,000 mark on Instagram is testament to the hard work over what has been a whirlwind year for the Meanwhile in Ireland team.

2023 – an incredible year for Meanwhile in Ireland

We attended the Irish eCommerce Awards this year.

2023 has so far been an incredible year for the Meanwhile in Ireland team, and the team shows no signs of slowing down as we approach its end.

The website branched out from journalism and humour to include an online shop focusing on clothing, art prints, mugs, and Celtic jewellery. The shop launched back in March with a collaboration with Belfast busker and TikTok influencer Jelvis Pelvis.

The quality of the products and the work that went into the Jelvis Pelvis collaboration saw the Meanwhile in Ireland shop nominated for the Startup Website of the Year award at this year’s Irish eCommerce Awards.

Furthermore, the website surpassed the 800,000 followers mark on Facebook just a week ago, showing that the future is bright for this authority on Irish pop culture and humour.

A great achievement – but it won’t stop there!

The team won't rest on its laurels.
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Hitting 100,000 followers on Instagram hot on the heels of 800,000 on Facebook is an outstanding achievement, but don’t expect the Meanwhile in Ireland team to rest on its laurels.

The expert marketing team, masterful editors, and incredible writers will ensure that Meanwhile in Ireland continues to grow, delivering news, articles, memes, videos, and merchandise to its already strong following and to the new followers it will surely attract.

But don’t just take our word for it – head over to the Meanwhile in Ireland website to check it out for yourself! And don’t forget to follow on Facebook and Instagram to keep up-to-date with our incredible content.

100k Instagram followers: another Meanwhile in Ireland landmark

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