Free Tools for Social Media (research and measurement)

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Workshop presentation first given on 16 March 2010 in London, UK, at the Social Media World Forum. …

Workshop presentation first given on 16 March 2010 in London, UK, at the Social Media World Forum.

Presentation by Beth Granter, social media consultant, at NixonMcInnes.

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  • Great work Beth, this is what i call useful, concise, practical and to the point.

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  • Hi Katie, yes, i presented this at #smwf on Tuesday, sorry to have missed you, had to leave at lunchtime to get back to the office :)
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  • 1. Free Tools for Social Media (research and measurement)
  • 2. i’m a consultant at social media agency nixonmcinnes hello! I’m Beth Granter
  • 3. NixonMcInnes clients
  • 4. Why free tools? — Useful for pitch research, & to validate plans — Good when budgets are low — Good in addition to paid tools
  • 5. I’m going to talk about my toolbox — Tools I use for research — Tools I use for measurement — What and how, not so much why
  • 6. Tools for research — To find people — To rank influencers — To find conversations, themes — To plan when to act and what to say
  • 7. Tools for measurement — To baseline, assess current amount of buzz — To track changes — Specific to platform vs generic
  • 8. Google’s search filters — Blogs — Discussions — Length
  • 9. Google Insights: to check timing & popularity of terms
  • 10. Google Insights part 2: to check folksonomy & regional interest
  • 11. Google Wonder Wheel: to explore & represent related searches
  • 12. Google Ad Planner: to understand audience behaviours, types of sites visited E.g. Gathering advice from forums and blogs Socialising on Facebook Shopping for food and household items Researching property & holidays Reading news Watching TV programmes Paying bills
  • 13. Complex searches in Twellow Location & bio search, & follow directly on the page E.g. search ("united kingdom" | UK) ("football" | "footy”)
  • 14. Filter by type in Samepoint
    • Grab RSS feed of results
    • At a glance sentiment (questionable reliability?)
  • 15. Tracking buzz with Samepoint Track number of results (before, during & after campaign)
  • 16. Sort delicious links by popularity Greasemonkey plugin for Firefox
  • 17. Facebook Insights — Contact acquisition (total fans) — Engagement (interactions)
  • 18. Facebook Insights — Audience insights (demographics)
  • 19. Socialmention for research Filter, subscribe to RSS & export CSV
  • 20. Socialmention for measurement
  • 21. (if you’re in a hurry)
  • 22. Popularity vs influence Source: Onalytica
  • 23. Popularity vs influence
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  • 25. Twitter grader to find influence path
  • 26. If you want even more Twitter metrics…
  • 27. Firefox plugin for Google PageRank, Alexa & Compete stats while you browse
  • 28.
    • Measures social media influence of an individual or brand, based on:
      • Popularity (who you know and the extent of your online network)
      • Impact (how much people listen to you online)
      • Activity (how active you are online)
      • Individuality (how easy you are to find online according to your name etc.)
    • Numerical values, e.g. x blog posts in the last month, fed into a vector that partially normalises over the user population, to get a final score. Like Google's PageRank
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  • 31. Google Analytics Advanced Segments
  • 32. Google Analytics Advanced Segments Use segments to exclude other ad streams, e.g. banner ads Then look at behaviour e.g. time on site
  • 33. Baseline & measure with search engine results
  • 34. Keeping track of blogger/forum outreach
  • 35. THE END! http://nixonmcinnes.co.uk http://twitter.com/bethgranter [email_address]
  • 36. http://technorati.com/ Blog search and ranking http://blogsearch.google.com/ Blog search http://www.twellow.com/ Twitter directory http://twitter.grader.com/search Twitter user search and ranking http://google.com > Filter results by Discussions http://www.samepoint.com/ Conversation search, buzz http://socialmention.com/ Conversation search, sentiment http://delicious.com/ Social bookmarking – search by popularity *use Greasemonkey plugin to order results https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2007 Google PageRank plugin for Firefox http://www.facebook.com/ads/create/ Facebook Ad creator – demographic size Finding your audience and ranking influencers