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Introduction To Social Media Roi


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Presentation given at Measurementcamp on Dec. 9th 2009

Presentation given at Measurementcamp on Dec. 9th 2009

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  • Social Media is NOT freeBecause things in the real world cost moneyIt takes:PeopleTechnologyTime AND BUDGET!All of which are limited
  • You have real & fixed costs:Head countMarketing , PR, Advertising sales Customer Service – Call centresManufacturing, Production, ITBUT many of these resources are also those that generate your business – everybody works in marketing & customer service these daysSo the budget has to be sliced up.The pie has to go around which means in all probability you have to take budget from somewhere else.Business managers will ask “WHY?” – so it has to be justified
  • So Why Social Media?Reduce the cost of customer service = Saving money. Maximising the efficiency of our limited resourcesIncrease the value of a customer = Bigger profits
  • Why? Traditional business metrics & rationalesThese things too
  • Income and spend can be defined in a number of different ways. But they all lead to the same basic business fundamental - ROI
  • Trying to evaluate ROI based on your media spend Campaign measurement & performance are important but on their own they don’t give you the other important parts of picture
  • So – supposing you get approval to do some Social MediaYou get some budget from somewhereThe business manager says Yes.Someone decides to take a chance & test it.All you have to do now is Prove it
  • And, because we’re all Super awesome Social Media Marketing Experts & Gurus, of course it worksWooHooFollowers are following, Fans are joining in droves. The blog is ranked high on Google. Our sentiment analysis shows a rise. Negatives are down, positives are up. Traffic is up. Retweets are at a high.We’re listening. We’re learning. We’re engaging. We are locked & loaded, and firing on all our social media cylinders
  • But these are not financial impact measuresThey may be good for tracking campaign and promotion success – but they don’t give us true insight into how they are affecting our businessWe need to find some way of equating this to business performanceSOYou invest in something. You do something. It causes a re-action. There is a non-financial impact. It creates a financial impact
  • Look at what’s gone beforeSet baseline measurementsIrrespective of whether they used social media or notThe key here is to establish the point at which you want to measure the effect and change that social media is havingMonitoring and measuring to provide base data is key. Business performance, Analytics, Market research etc.What is our growth rateHow much revenue did we makeWhat is our profitHow much did it cost us
  • Measure transaction data - FREQUENCY, REACH, YIELDHow often customers transact. (transactions per month)How many customers you are reaching. (net new customers)How much did they spend. (£ per transaction)Revenue per customerCost per customerBe specific.So now to figure out the difference Social Media is having
  • Web trafficBlog visits, comments & website ClickThroughsTwitter followersVideo / podcast subscribers / playsSentiment analysisFacebook friends or fansDemand on mobile serversTransactional precursors – like retail footfallOnline AND OfflineNeed to equate this to traditional sales & marketing activity incl. offline
  • Look for the patternsRelationships & CorelationsImpactsCauses & effectsCoefficients, deltas & indecesStatistical probabilitiesThere is no substitute for doing number crunchingAND thenPlug in the cost savings and revenue gains
  • Transcript

    • 1. A quick intro. to ROI
      9th December 2009
      With thanks to Olivier Blanchard - @thebrandbuilder
    • 2. Enough of this Social Media goodness crap – Show me the money!
    • 3. Social Media is NOT free! OK?
    • 4.
    • 5.
    • 6. Loyalty
      We can do those too
    • 7. THE R.O.I. EQUATION
      (INCOME - SPEND) * 100
      ROI =
    • 8. BUT...
      ROI is a business metric, NOT a media metric
      ROI is agnostic
      Just measuring media is NOT the answer
    • 9. So, you decide to do some Social Media
    • 10.
    • 11. X
    • 12. Baseline
    • 13. Where are the changes?
      And what did we do here , here & here ?
    • 14. Overlay
    • 15. Figure it all out
    • 16. ...apply the ROI equation
      With the cost savings and the business generated
      To give you...
    • 17. A quick intro. to
      9th December 2009