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One of the hosts for today's panels at the Employee Advocacy Summit, Susan Emerick, and her partner at Brands Rising LLC, Jeanne Murray, delved deeply into metrics, KPIs and measurement frameworks for employee advocacy programs. They also answer one of the most difficult questions faced by their audience: "How do I prove business value?"
One of the beauties of paid search to Internet marketers has always been its ability to provide concrete ROI data. Compared to other online marketing efforts, like SEO for example, paid search advertising offered a clear view of click to buy, making it obvious what worked and what didn’t.
It’s clear: to fight and win more budget for social marketing, brands need to show how their budget is bringing real business returns. Connecting the dots between social handles, email, the customer journey and ultimately sales is becoming a critical career skill for in-house social strategists.
Becoming an effective email marketer is absolutely vital. I turned to Hunter Boyle, the senior business development manager at email marketing powerhouse, AWeber, and asked him how to make email marketing pay. He shared—and showed me—exactly what does and doesn't work.
Looking for a way to quantify a ROI on social media? You can start with prospecting on social media to identify your target audience. Here's how you should be doing it.
Tracking the ROI of social media should be integral to every campaign, however only 10% of businesses are monitoring their results. For companies that rely on telephone conversions for the majority of their business it can seem especially difficult to effectively connect online and offline marketing. Here are three techniques that marketers can use to understand social media ROI and build more sophisticated campaigns.
At the recent Social Fresh east conference in Orlando, Chris Moody of Oracle Marketing Cloud shared his thoughts on the present and future of social media marketing.
Many brands out there are marketing for Back-to-School -- a shopper can often feel inundated. However, there are a handful of companies out there who are taking the opportunity to tie in a cause related marketing element to their Back-to-School campaigns. This is not only refreshing to see, but also a great asset in their communities.
If you use social media for business, you would benefit from goals, focus and consistency. It requires a thorough understanding of how social media work (and I would like to stress the word social here) and how to optimize your efforts on the various platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
It may seem counterintuitive, but there is actually good reason for why the content your business’ social media audience wants, is not the content your organization should be creating and publishing.