Your report shows your social media performance over any given period of time, visually represented in graphs and charts. Remember, Maybe* is used best on a desktop.

Your report includes the growth of your following, if your content is reaching people, and if it’s working to drive engagement. Use the elements of Your report to keep track of what is and isn't working and understand the impact your activity is having, so you know where to focus your efforts.

What is the report showing me and how do I use this information?

Growth history shows you the number of followers you have across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram over time. Use this to track where your social media audience is growing fastest so you know where to put your efforts.

The best post shows you the social media post that’s had the most engagement for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Use this to understand what content works best for you, and which social media platform works best for you.

You can also see the best posts by reach for Facebook and Instagram. (Twitter does not make this information available). You will also see the best posts created about you across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Your reach report filter shows you how many people will have seen your social media posts in their feeds over the last seven days. Use this to understand what day of the week the most people see your content to prioritise your activity.

The light green shows you your organic reach (reach achieved without ads) and dark green shows you the reach you have achieved with any ad campaigns you are running.

In order to track your audience growth, your reach and best posts by reach you must connect your social media accounts to Maybe*.

See what works measures engagement. Use this to learn what posts are driving engagement for you.

The first graph shows you the amount of posts you’ve made across social media, and the amount of likes, comments, shares, retweets or replies they have had. The second graph shows you the amount of conversations about you on social media and the engagement with those conversations.

The dark purple shows you posts, the lighter purple shows you engagements. If you are using paid advertising, you will also see your paid posts in dark blue, and the engagement with those paid posts in light blue. The total number of posts and engagements appears at the top of the graph, and the percentage increase or decrease in the top right of the graph shows you variation on the previous period.

Click anywhere on the graph to see the posts that have driven the engagement.

The How they feel graph measures sentiment, or how positive (green), negative (red) or neutral (grey) the tone of a conversation is. Use this to understand how people feel about your social media content and your business from the comments and mentions on your posts. You can toggle between comments and mentions. Comments will show you how positive or negative any comments on your social media posts are. Mentions will show you whether your business is talked about positively or negatively wherever you are mentioned or tagged on social media.

Click anywhere on the graph to see the posts that have driven the positive, negative or neutral sentiment.

Your influencer report shows you who is commenting most often on your social media content and who is mentioning you the most. The larger the bubble, the bigger the influence. Use this to understand who is engaging with you the most and who is creating conversations about you. Toggle between comments and mentions to see both sets of influencers.

Click on the bubbles to engage with all the content your influencers are posting. These folks are the most vocal and are the people making the most effort to engage with you. Whether their comments and mentions are good or bad, make sure you respond.

The What’s being said report shows you the words and topics you use most often. The second report shows you the words and topics used in the conversation about your business on social media. The bigger the word the more frequently it is being used. Use this to understand what is being said about you. Again you can toggle between comments and mentions.

Your ad spend graph shows you how much you’ve spent on ads, and when, over the last seven days.

Ready to get going?

Head over to Maybe* on a desktop.

Select ‘Reports’ and choose ‘Your report

Choose your date range and the graphs you want to include

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