We had two weeks break in the first half of the month, hence our blog stats have not been so great then. But in the second half of the month, it started to pick up as mental health challenges arose. Restrictions in Melbourne have lifted and we predict that by the end of next year 2 billion people around the world will be affected by the lockdowns and deaths that COVID 19 had.
Our WordPress only got 2 more followers. During that month, although we were quiet on the posting front we got 282 views. Most of the time we shared stuff that was written previously. 115 viewers come from America where it is the hardest hit there.
Our Instagram didn’t do a lot as we had three weeks break from it. We had a couple of campaigns run on Instagram such as Save Hospitality and allow dine in. This got a bit of traction. The one from Platform270 got 14 likes. Dlish’s burger photo got 18 likes. The Japanese sweets got 18 likes. One of the lockdown videos got 36 views. The mental health one saying that you were fine yesterday got 41 views. Eco challenge got 48 views. Our protest one got 110 views. Nicolosi’s Pizzeria got 39 views. The body combat videos have from 30-40 views. That means that most people are sick of the lockdowns and cannot wait to dine out again. Mental health is really important here.
Our Twitter followers have not changed by much. By the end, I got sick of it so I hadn’t really used it much. I used to go every single day but not anymore
What we hope for this month
- For a significant opening-up and for no more money to be lost throughout this pandemic
- That people with mental health problems are being treated properly and are able to be seen by a mental health professional
- That people wear masks the right way and not below the nose