You can start publishing Performance Tweets once you’ve connected your Twitter account to SumAll. When you connect your account, Twitter lets us view your account analytics. We collect this data for the week and then publish the positive data in the form of a tweet and image.
The text of the tweet will include the number of mentions, mention reach, number of likes, number of retweets, retweet reach, number of new followers, number of replies, number of tweets, and the number of new people you follow. We only omit a metric if the data for that metric this week is 0. We cap the number of metrics included to fit the character limit that Twitter enforces. The image that is selected with features one randomly selected metric from the tweet.