Social Media ROI MeasurementSocial Media ROI Measurement
Presented to the SOME Tourism Symposium by Destination Analysts, ...
What is Return on Investment?What is Return on Investment?
Direct visitor spending in a
destination directly resulting
fro...
Estimating DMO Website ROIEstimating DMO Website ROI
Place of residence
Type of website user
Point in travel planning cycl...
Estimating DMO Website ROIEstimating DMO Website ROI
Place of residence
Type of website user
Point in travel planning cycl...
Estimating DMO Website ROIEstimating DMO Website ROI
Visitation to destination?
Website influence on:
o Decision to visit
...
Estimating DMO Website ROIEstimating DMO Website ROI
Visitation to destination?
Website influence on:
o Decision to visit
...
Incremental trips generated (per 1,000 unique website visitors) 34
Spending generated per incremental trip $612
Total visi...
• Defined audience (followers or
fans)
• Electronic communication tool
• Messages pushed outward
Social Media is More Like...
Social Media SurveySocial Media Survey
InvitationsInvitations
Incremental trips generated (per 1,000 unique) 34 146 45
Total visitor spending on incremental trips (per 1,000 unique) $2...
How Often Do They Read Posts?
Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc.
How Interesting are BR’s Posts?
Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc.
How Often Do They Want BR to Post
Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, In...
How Often Do They Want BR to Post
Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, In...
What Information Do They Want?
Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc.
Why Do They Use FB/Twitter?
Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc.
FAC...
Why Do They Use FB/Twitter?
Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc.
FAC...
Demographics
Facebook
• Under 35 31.3%
• College grads 50.6%
• Affluent 30.6%
• Employed 73.6%
• Has children 31.8%
Twitte...
National Perspective
• Percent of American travelers who
where inspired to visit a destination
based on content received t...
Destination Analysts: SoMeT Social Media ROI-Baton Rouge Case Study
Destination Analysts: SoMeT Social Media ROI-Baton Rouge Case Study
Destination Analysts: SoMeT Social Media ROI-Baton Rouge Case Study
Destination Analysts: SoMeT Social Media ROI-Baton Rouge Case Study
Destination Analysts: SoMeT Social Media ROI-Baton Rouge Case Study
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Destination Analysts: SoMeT Social Media ROI-Baton Rouge Case Study

  1. 1. Social Media ROI MeasurementSocial Media ROI Measurement Presented to the SOME Tourism Symposium by Destination Analysts, Inc.Presented to the SOME Tourism Symposium by Destination Analysts, Inc. Baton Rouge Case StudyBaton Rouge Case Study
  2. 2. What is Return on Investment?What is Return on Investment? Direct visitor spending in a destination directly resulting from the DMO’s marketing campaign. A Destination’s PerspectiveA Destination’s Perspective
  3. 3. Estimating DMO Website ROIEstimating DMO Website ROI Place of residence Type of website user Point in travel planning cycle Expected date of arrival Opt-in for follow-up survey
  4. 4. Estimating DMO Website ROIEstimating DMO Website ROI Place of residence Type of website user Point in travel planning cycle Expected date of arrival Opt-in for follow-up survey
  5. 5. Estimating DMO Website ROIEstimating DMO Website ROI Visitation to destination? Website influence on: o Decision to visit o Length of stay Spending Length of stay Place of residence Type of website user Point in travel planning cycle Expected date of arrival Opt-in for follow-up survey
  6. 6. Estimating DMO Website ROIEstimating DMO Website ROI Visitation to destination? Website influence on: o Decision to visit o Length of stay Spending Length of stay Place of residence Type of website user Point in travel planning cycle Expected date of arrival Opt-in for follow-up survey Data appended
  7. 7. Incremental trips generated (per 1,000 unique website visitors) 34 Spending generated per incremental trip $612 Total visitor spending on incremental trips (per 1,000 unique) $21,573 Days spent in market on extended trips (per 1,000 unique) 35 Total spending on extended trips (per 1,000 unique) $6,605 Total ROI (per 1,000 unique ) $28,178 Total ROI (per unique website visitor) $28 Results (Average)Results (Average)
  8. 8. • Defined audience (followers or fans) • Electronic communication tool • Messages pushed outward Social Media is More Like E-Social Media is More Like E- mailmail
  9. 9. Social Media SurveySocial Media Survey InvitationsInvitations
  10. 10. Incremental trips generated (per 1,000 unique) 34 146 45 Total visitor spending on incremental trips (per 1,000 unique) $21,573 $54,486 $18,560 Days spent in market on extended trips (per 1,000 unique) 35 14 0 Total ROI (per unique website visitor/fan/follower) $28 $57 $19 Results (Website vs. Social Media)Results (Website vs. Social Media) Website Average Facebook Twitter
  11. 11. How Often Do They Read Posts? Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc.
  12. 12. How Interesting are BR’s Posts? Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc.
  13. 13. How Often Do They Want BR to Post Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc. FACEBOOK USERS
  14. 14. How Often Do They Want BR to Post Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc. FACEBOOK USERS TWITTER USERS
  15. 15. What Information Do They Want? Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc.
  16. 16. Why Do They Use FB/Twitter? Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc. FACEBOOK USERS
  17. 17. Why Do They Use FB/Twitter? Source: Baton Rouge Facebook and Twitter Surveys, October 2011, Destination Analysts, Inc. FACEBOOK USERS TWITTER USERS
  18. 18. Demographics Facebook • Under 35 31.3% • College grads 50.6% • Affluent 30.6% • Employed 73.6% • Has children 31.8% Twitter • Under 35 65.5% • College grads 72.7% • Affluent 34.8% • Employed 86.9% • Has children 28.1%
  19. 19. National Perspective • Percent of American travelers who where inspired to visit a destination based on content received through Facebook: 14.3% – Trip(s) inspired by content posted by an organization/business on FB: 31.3% • Percent of American travelers following a CVB on Facebook: 15.3% • Percent of American Travelers following a State Tourism Office: 8.3%
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