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I believe that social media analytics is only as useful as the action it elicits. What good is it knowing all about the customer that’s complaining about an internet outage, unless you also engage with that person, execute technical staff to address the problem, and update the customer when the issue is sorted out? Indeed, knowing someone is suffering and doing nothing to help is even illegal in some countries.
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Actionable Social Analytics is an evolving business discipline that studies social media metrics to help marketers use the findings to drive business intelligence. Going beyond measuring buzz, reach, retweets, likes and follower growth, social analytics aggregates and analyzes online conversations (industry, competitive, prospect, consumer, customer) and social activity generated by brands across social channels and empowers organizations to act on the derived intelligence to drive business results.