Well, a year is a long time. You should be able to make huge progress providing you stick to your routine. Honestly, I'd do a 9-10 month bulk and then a three month cut. If you focus on four main lifts (OHP, deadlift, bench press and squat), while adding chins and barbell rows/pendlay rows/powercleans (pick one you like), you will get bigger and far stronger. Compound lifts (using 2 or more joints) are the mainstay of these programs. Not only are they far more applicable in everyday life (how often do you have to bicep curl something heavy?), but they also release larger amounts of HGH and testosterone, meaning that they help all your other lifts as well. For this reason, you really should be doing deadlifts and squats. And if you're really keen, Olympic lifts are super fun, and extremely good for you.
Once you've started stalling on your lifts, programs like 5/3/1, Texas Method or a split will be more effective.
A clean bulk means eating at 500-700 calories over your TDEE, and counting them. You don't really need protein shakes unless you are really struggling to get enough protein/calories in your diet. Make sure to adjust once a month, your TDEE will change with your weight.