Don’t let Snapchat’s lack of formal analytics deter you from experimenting with this powerful and increasingly popular social platform.
Most of the impact of social media is in the form of dark social, a difficult to measure (but no less powerful) force that builds businesses in secret.
You can’t calculate social media ROI without spending time figuring out your true costs. Here’s an easy to know what it’s really costing you to send that Facebook update.
If you’re going to invest in social media, also invest in doing social media metrics well. 5 tips from Jay Baer to improve your social media metrics.
When it comes to CTAs, it’s tempting to scour the Internet for that one trick that will get your customers clicking. The problem is, there is no guarantee that someone else’s call-to-action technique is going to work on your customers. The only way to know if your call to action is effective is to run A/B tests.
With new methods of measurement, a blurring of responsibilities across social, and the growth of content marketing, an organization’s success is built on solid results from its communication efforts. And neither marketing nor PR can do that alone. Learn how PR and marketing can (and should) work together for maximum impact.
Insights require effort. If you really want to measure your social media, you have to do more than simply hit the print button. Here’s the solution, from Jay Baer.
A foundation of our work is benchmarking our clients’ social media efforts against their competitors. RivalIQ is our new go-to software for this kind of reporting. It’s a HUGE time-saver. I like the company so much, I invested in it. Here’s why…
It’s no secret: social media marketing has a data problem. Despite a growing number of tools available to measure the ROI of social media, many of the claims made by “marketing gurus” in this sector come from the gut. Few things are more refreshing in this industry than hard […]
Erich Marx, Director of Consumer-Facing Interactive and Digital Media at Nissan, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss the process of managing a huge, multinational brand’s presence in the digital sphere; measuring results when they don’t necessarily translate directly into sales; and creating innovative experiences to keep customers […]
Facebook’s early days were incredible. Companies like Zynga, who were able to take early advantage of the social network’s viral potential, grew into multi-million dollar entities over a period of weeks. We were all new; brands and common users alike saw shares and invites as the path to virality, and […]
Much of what we’ve come to believe about social media and content marketing is wrong. They are myths. Time to crush them. I crushed them originally a few weeks ago on a webinar for the Content Marketing Institute: Myth 1: My customers are not social 2013 data from the Pew […]
Shel Israel, co-author of the new book Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss his alternative routes to publishing, how software is becoming more important than hardware, and the potential packed within our many technology outlets whose […]
Call it the Analytics Effect: People get so hooked on cheap-and-abundant data from sources like Google Analytics that they ignore useful data from other sources. Interesting as a concept, but does it really exist? This question occurred to me after reading Jay Baer’s post revealing that social media sites have […]
Matt Thomson, VP of Business Development at Klout, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss the “Warren Buffett problem” his company faces, those fancy analytics at work behind the Klout algorithms, and expanding to offer brands a whole new product. Read on for some of the highlights and tweetable moments, or […]