In the spirit of transparency, here is the monthly social account report for June 2016. This report tracks the data across 7 social networks (Facebook, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter, and YouTube).
Let’s take a look and see how I fared.
June 2016 social account growth
editor’s note: The WordPress Chart and Graph plugin may take a few moments to pull the data from Google Drive. I will outline the details in the next section in case the chart is not accessible to screen readers.
New and total connections
- Facebook – 2 new connections, a total of 6 connections
- Google Plus – zero change, a total of 11 connections
- Instagram – 19 new connections, a total of 130 connections
- LinkedIn – 5 new connections, a total of 66 connections
- Pinterest – 72 new connections, a total of 210 connections
- Twitter – 406 new connections, a total of 1670 connections
- YouTube – zero change, a total of 1 connection
For the month of June, a total of 504 new connections brought the total number to 2,094 connections. As a result, my total connection has grown by 1001 percent.
After I created this report in a more accessible format, it was easier to understand my growth.
The month of June actually saw more growth than April but less growth than May.
I knew that May was a growth spurt but I was not sure what caused the growth spurt. In addition to a project I recently took on, I suspended some of the growth strategies I used in May.
I suspended testing some of the growth hacking strategies during this time period. The majority of activity was simply engaging with my audience when time permitted.
I continued to create more connections on Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter than I did in April. This tells me I am doing something right as far as staying engaged with my audience.
What to expect in July
To tell you the truth, I am not really sure what to expect other than a steady growth. I expect to see a more consistent growth instead of a growth spurt like May 2016. An average of 15 new connections per day seems to be a realistic number at this rate.
This is where I conclude the report by asking you how you enjoyed this report.
My understanding of various human conditions (which I prefer over the term disabilities) has grown a lot in June. As a result, this new format is my attempt at being accessible to screen readers. It appears that there are issues with screen readers and certain aspects of web pages.
I admit crafting a report with a clear structure is not easy. I encourage you to read how screen readers reads numbers and symbols by Deque to understand better.
I won’t know if I am successful in my attempts until you tell me. I look forward to your comments here. Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed learning about my social experience.