It’s time to celebrate a milestone. On October 24th, 2018, the Library Carpentry Twitter account passed two thousand followers! We thought it would be a great opportunity to summarise our Twitter analytics.
To start, here are our top 5 tweets by impressions since we created the account in May 2016:
Big news today. BIG NEWS. We have a new website: https://t.co/nC1p4gbIAw— Library Carpentry (@LibCarpentry) May 15, 2018
We would love your thoughts and comments. Raise an issue on this repo https://t.co/BU5gLKgrEf We finished it during #mozsprint #lc2018
#LibraryCarpentry is now on Twitter! Follow us for news, announcements, workshops, lesson updates ...— Library Carpentry (@LibCarpentry) November 4, 2016
Our top 5 mentions by impressions are:
Congrats to all @LibCarpentry who've worked hard to get a new, shiny website up and running (and that repalces the old thing we hacked together after the initial experiments with LC). Go take a look! https://t.co/q8iJE7xGOX pic.twitter.com/y03HSaQxKV— James Baker (@j_w_baker) May 16, 2018
Starting in April 2018, our average impressions per month jumped from 8K to 33K. In May 2018 we got our largest bump in new followers at 161 since May 2017 when we added 158 followers. Overall, November 2016 saw us adding the most followers at 279.
These are some of the highlights from our Twitter Analytics. Thank you to everyone that follows us, and as always let us know about all the software and data efforts you are supporting in your libraries!