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Campaign Evaluation: Webinar Slides

  1. 1. Campaign Measurement In Search of the Elusive ROI @Ben_Farkas Ben Farkas VP, Global Client Services
  2. 2. What is Campaign Evaluation? In search of ROI
  3. 3. People voice an opinion on social media even if campaigns or sponsorship activations have no social media elements. Think season finale of Game of Thrones! Companies are also increasingly using social media to amplify buzz around sponsorship efforts at major events, improve the reputation of their brand, put out a PR fire, and more… Introduction – What Can we Track on Social?
  4. 4. 83% of companies worldwide used social media as a channel for leveraging sponsorship 97% of marketers indicated they are participating in social media marketing - Figures from Social media examiner, 2013
  5. 5. 1 2 3 Contents Define your objectives Overall framework for measurement Choose relevant social media metrics
  6. 6. Social Media Metrics – Pre-Campaign The Participants - Psychographics Which communities will the campaign resonate with? Have new communities started talking about your brand after the campaign? “After a recent car launch, we found conversations starting within adventure sports forums which was a clear indication of a new group of interested consumers”
  7. 7. Framework for Campaign Measurement 1 Impact Volume and Sources Reach Longevity Sentiment Participants e.g. How many mentions and their sources (geography & Media Type)? How many people have been exposed to the campaign? Was there a sustained impact on conversation? What was the overall sentiment surrounding the campaign itself and the brand/product/service being promoted? What type of individual is engaging with the content/story?
  8. 8. Define Clear Objectives Long term monitoring and measurement is of course recommended and some of the reasons for this are: •  Readily available data to benchmark against •  Consistent methodology which can then be fine tuned •  Inform future campaign messaging content and tone What are your bjectives? •  Compare activations within a campaign or sponsorship effort? •  Measure the impact of campaign on brand (volume/sentiment)? •  Measure increase in awareness around a product? 2
  9. 9. Social Media Metrics 0 500 Model 1 (late 2013) Model 2 (early 2013) Volume example for two car model launches last year 3 Measuring Volume “Volume metrics do not give you the complete story but are a good starting point to measure campaigns on social media. Volume also needs to be benchmarked against similar activity to put extent of social sharing into context.” Campaign related Non Campaign
  10. 10. France Germany Italy Spain Sweden UK Twitter Forums Blogs Social Media Metrics What content generated social media reaction? On what social media site did this begin? Time Volume Measuring Sources What has caused spill over of conversations on other platforms? 68% 22% 10% Which markets have the campaign resonated with the most?
  11. 11. Social Media Metrics Measuring Reach Topics VolumeofTweets Size of bubbles indicate Reach* “This is an example of a recently evaluated product launch showing the Reach of 5 different activations on Twitter and comparing this against the volume of Tweets” Combined Twitter Reach: 8.1M
  12. 12. Social Media Metrics Measuring Longevity •  Did interest in the campaign continue for the desired time period? •  How did this impact overall conversations around the brand and product? Pre Campaign Campaign/Sponsorship activations Volume of brand conversations example Post Campaign Time Volume
  13. 13. Measuring Your Campaigns In search of ROI Key KPI: ROI •  Measure impact of campaign in relation to implementation cost •  Tying campaigns to impact on reputation •  Comparison with non-social metrics such as NPS
  14. 14. Social Media Metrics Measuring Social Reputation Social Reputation Score (SRS) lets you assign numerical value to campaign performance •  Compare the scores of one activation/topic against another •  Compare your campaign related SRS to overall brand SRS •  Observe if your campaign has an impact on brand SRS after the campaign
  16. 16. Thanks for listening!