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IS YOUR DIGITAL
MARKETING WORKING?
January 2014
Tema Frank and Sharon Bell
tema@frankonlinemarketing.com

bellsharon@shaw....
Agenda
• Selecting what to measure based on your strategic
framework
• Some options for selecting the right measurement
ap...
What do we mean by digital?
• Online, web based (includes online advertising)
• Mobile
• Social networks
• Search engines
Stepping back
What is your strategic framework?
Digital and Online
• The marketing fundamentals still apply:
• Put a strategic framework in place
(consistent with your la...
Digital and Online
• Strategic Framework
• Who is your target audience? Why does that
make sense? And what matters to them...
But what else can we learn?
- Measurement sophistication has increased
- Social media vs. outcomes (online and offline)
- ...
What are others tracking?
http://sherpablog.marketingsherpa.com/marketing/soc
ial-media-metrics-roi/
Example: Twitter
• TOMS Shoes “One Day without Shoes”
• One tool to share experiences: #withoutshoes
• Reach a key metric
...
Metrics Can Tell You
1. Notice us?
2. Love us?
3. How can we improve?
4. Cost-effective?
1. Notice us?
Engagement Rate

Shares

Comments
Likes
2. Love us?
Share of conversation (what % of posts on relevant
topic mention us?)
• Positive, negative, neutral?
(eg. Mald...
3. How Can We Improve?
• Our Response Rate (<1/2 in q3 2012)
•

http://www.socialbakers.com/blog/962-socially-devoted-bran...
4. Cost-Effectiveness
Metrics
1. Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC)
Total S&M cost incl staff, bonuses, overhead / new custom...
Measurement Challenges
Much is trackable, but…
1. Connecting and tracking through multiple systems
2. Correlation vs. caus...
Which benchmarks to trust?
• Hubspot: 43% of B2B got customers via Facebook (77% in
B2C)
versus
• Optify: 82% of B2B socia...
Social Media Benchmarks
• Few exist; lots of variation by industry
• Inconsistency in reported benchmarks
• Changes in mea...
Choosing The Right Tools
1. What questions are you trying to answer?
2. What information do you need? (e.g. Segmentation? ...
Some Examples: Measurement
and Tracking tools
Exact Target/Salesforce/Radian 6 ($5 - $300/mo)
SproutSocial ($39 - $99)
Sho...
Some Examples
http://socialmediatoday.com/pamdyer/1458746/50top-tools-social-media-monitoring-analytics-andmanagement-2013
Ask the Vendor
1. Difference between your tool and free tools?
2. How do you capture the data?
3. What is the TCO?
4. What...
Staying on top of your game
Digital Marketing – Thursday April 3
You need digital and social media to play an effective ro...
Staying on top of your game
Metrics Madness: Is Your Client’s Digital Marketing Working? – Thurs. April 17
Learn what meas...
More references
Social Media Metrics: How to Measure and Optimize Your
Marketing Investment (New Rules Social Media Series...
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  1. 1. IS YOUR DIGITAL MARKETING WORKING? January 2014 Tema Frank and Sharon Bell tema@frankonlinemarketing.com bellsharon@shaw.ca
  2. 2. Agenda • Selecting what to measure based on your strategic framework • Some options for selecting the right measurement approach • Examples for learning that can be reapplied
  3. 3. What do we mean by digital? • Online, web based (includes online advertising) • Mobile • Social networks • Search engines
  4. 4. Stepping back What is your strategic framework?
  5. 5. Digital and Online • The marketing fundamentals still apply: • Put a strategic framework in place (consistent with your larger strategy) AND • Engagement will break through the clutter • Test and measure, learn and adapt
  6. 6. Digital and Online • Strategic Framework • Who is your target audience? Why does that make sense? And what matters to them? • What is your competitive advantage? Where do you add value for your customer ? • What action do you want your target audience to take? • What are your key business goals?
  7. 7. But what else can we learn? - Measurement sophistication has increased - Social media vs. outcomes (online and offline) - Correlation vs. causality
  8. 8. What are others tracking? http://sherpablog.marketingsherpa.com/marketing/soc ial-media-metrics-roi/
  9. 9. Example: Twitter • TOMS Shoes “One Day without Shoes” • One tool to share experiences: #withoutshoes • Reach a key metric • goal to reach 1 million people – tracked and reported each day • But analytics also allowed the organizers to • Look at responses by day and then by hour as got closer to April 16 – lho was tweeting (eg celebrities) and how many retweeted – apply to next year’s campaign Source: www.simplymeasured.com
  10. 10. Metrics Can Tell You 1. Notice us? 2. Love us? 3. How can we improve? 4. Cost-effective?
  11. 11. 1. Notice us? Engagement Rate Shares Comments Likes
  12. 12. 2. Love us? Share of conversation (what % of posts on relevant topic mention us?) • Positive, negative, neutral? (eg. Maldives tourism) • Impact on leads/sales? Net Promoter Score (NPS) Social Influence Marketing Score (SIM) • NPS x conversation share x 1,000
  13. 13. 3. How Can We Improve? • Our Response Rate (<1/2 in q3 2012) • http://www.socialbakers.com/blog/962-socially-devoted-brands-increase-response-rate-to-48-1-infographic • Speed of Response • User Activity Peak Times • Analysis of Negative Content • Conversion rates from: Custom landing pages Custom promo codes Anything else?
  14. 14. 4. Cost-Effectiveness Metrics 1. Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC) Total S&M cost incl staff, bonuses, overhead / new customers in same time period 2. Marketing % of CAC Outside sales 10 – 30%; inside 20 – 50%; automated 60 - 90% 3. Customer Lifetime Value (LTV):CAC LTV=Profit per customer/churn rate 4. Time to payback CAC CAC / monthly profit per customer Source: http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/34054/The-6-Marketing-Metrics-Your-CEOActually-Cares-About-Cheat-Sheet.aspx Michael Volpe hubspot Jan 15, 2013
  15. 15. Measurement Challenges Much is trackable, but… 1. Connecting and tracking through multiple systems 2. Correlation vs. causality 3. How to control for other variables 4. Potential reach vs. actual
  16. 16. Which benchmarks to trust? • Hubspot: 43% of B2B got customers via Facebook (77% in B2C) versus • Optify: 82% of B2B social media leads come from Twitter; outperforming Facebook and LinkedIn 9-to-1 with Twitter. Definitional? Optify acknowledges that Facebook drives the most traffic, but Twitter drives more leads (and LinkedIn has highest engagement, measured as page views/visit) http://offers.hubspot.com/marketing-statistics - esp State of Inbound Marketing report http://www.optify.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Optify-2012-B2BMarketing-Benchmark-Report.pdf
  17. 17. Social Media Benchmarks • Few exist; lots of variation by industry • Inconsistency in reported benchmarks • Changes in measurements • example: Google’s SSL (“not provided” ~93% in Dec ’13)
  18. 18. Choosing The Right Tools 1. What questions are you trying to answer? 2. What information do you need? (e.g. Segmentation? Sources?) 3. What operational or resource decisions need to be made? • What budget do you have? • What staffing level is possible? (can you follow through?) http://www.convinceandconvert.com/social-mediamonitoring/social-media-monitoring-tools-how-topick-the-right-one/ http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/5-social-mediamonitoring-tools-to-simplify-your-marketing/
  19. 19. Some Examples: Measurement and Tracking tools Exact Target/Salesforce/Radian 6 ($5 - $300/mo) SproutSocial ($39 - $99) Shoutlet Hootsuite (free - ?) Moz Analytics (min $100/mo) Wildfire Spredfast Socialbakers ($120+) Peer Index MarketSim Klout Simply Measured ($500+) Followerwonk NEW: Mx3 Metrics
  20. 20. Some Examples http://socialmediatoday.com/pamdyer/1458746/50top-tools-social-media-monitoring-analytics-andmanagement-2013
  21. 21. Ask the Vendor 1. Difference between your tool and free tools? 2. How do you capture the data? 3. What is the TCO? 4. What is in your free support? What is in paid? 5. Segmentation capabilities? 6. Export formats? 7. Data integration with other tools? 8. Two new features/tools/acquisitions on the horizon? 9. Why did your last two clients you lost cancel? Can we talk to them? Source: Web Analytics 2.0 by Avinash Kaushik
  22. 22. Staying on top of your game Digital Marketing – Thursday April 3 You need digital and social media to play an effective role in your marketing and communication plans. You recognize it is not about the technology but what we do with it. Review fundamentals and practical advice, with examples and case studies. Build YOUR Marketing Plan – Wednesday March 12 What does a great marketing plan look like? The first half of the session will review the key elements of a marketing plan, and in the second half, participants will work on their own marketing plan. Marketing – your Competitive Advantage - Wednesday February 26 Gain insight about marketing fundamentals – and how they work in the real world – to contribute to market success. Learn about building brands (both with employees and customers), the importance of customer insight, positioning your product or service, finding the right marketing and communication mix, measurement and more. Register online at https://courses.macewan.ca/mee (MacEwan School of Business Continuing Education) Registration discount for CPRS members, please contact 780-497-5207 to request the discount coupon.
  23. 23. Staying on top of your game Metrics Madness: Is Your Client’s Digital Marketing Working? – Thurs. April 17 Learn what measurements make sense, work hands-on with some leading tools, and learn how to identify and communicate the most relevant results to your client or boss. Check the MRIA website for registration details, which should be posted soon. http://mria-arim.ca/chapters/alberta-chapter/alberta-chapter-events
  24. 24. More references Social Media Metrics: How to Measure and Optimize Your Marketing Investment (New Rules Social Media Series) by Jim Sterne (2010) Influence Marketing: How to Create, Manage and Measure Brand Influencers in Social Media Marketing by Danny Brown (2013) Occam’s Razor blog & analytics books Avinash Kaushik Tema Frank’s Diigo Library https://www.diigo.com/user/temafrank
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