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  • The PR industry has bosses/clients asking exactly what type of ROI their company is receiving from its efforts in this space. So, what do we measure and how do we measure it? I hope I’ll answer that for you. We are living in a real-time world like no other time before in history. I was talking to folks like Erik Qualman at Lift Summit in ATL a couple of weeks ago and he works in social media 24x7, yet even he can’t keep up with the plethora of information out there. So, what I’d like to show you today is how to set the stage for the good and the bad in social media.
  • This was only posted 5 months ago and already its outdated. Did you know that every minute there’s 24 hours of video uploaded to youtube. People whom we never would have imagined are grasping at the phenomenon because they recognize there’s opportunity in online participation.
  • This attests to just how quickly things can grow
  • With Groupon, the twist is that an offer is only redeemable if enough people express interest in it. With redemption rates exceeding 80% on average, Groupon’s growth is easy to understand since it often splits the value of the offer as part of its revenue. It is the local focus that got Groupon to where it is today.
  • So it’s no surprise that $11 million in revenue from a single merchandise promotion generates a lot of interest in a company. It’s the kind of success story that gets marketers talking.

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  • Social Media Measurement
    The Why’s and How To’s
    Ilona Olayan
  • 2
  • Evolution of Online Marketing
    Value: Web as a relationship management platform
    Primary Goals: Engaging prospects and customers outside of their website
    Secondary Goals: Lead generation, drive traffic, thought leadership and branding
    Measurements: Cost of sales, customer retention, brand penetration, measurement from interaction/direct results stage
    Marketing tactics:
    Video communities
    Two-way ads
    Messaging connections using trigger marketing
    Successful tactics from direct results stage
    Value: Web as a promotional vehicle
    Primary Goals: Trial of a new media concept, gain eyeballs, build brand and drive awareness
    Measurements: Cost per impression
    Marketing tactics:
    Branding – buttons, banners
    Email – newsletters, list rentals
    Direct Results
    • Value: Web as a direct results platform
    • Primary Goals: Drive traffic and lead generation
    • Secondary Goals: Thought leadership and branding
    • Measurements: CPL, CPC, brand measurements confirmed through surveys
    • Marketing tactics:
    • Search ads
    • Lead gen – white papers, webcasts
    • Branding – microsites
    • Email – list rentals
  • 5
  • Consider…
    Social networks and blogs are the 4th most popular activity…ahead of personal email
    82.5 million people created online content in the US alone in 2008 – 116 million this year and growing
    71 million on social networks
    21 million posted blogs
    15 million uploaded videos
    11 million participated in virtual worlds
    Yelp! had 38 million unique visitors in August and
    12 million reviews to date
    87% trust peer recommendations
    Source: eMarketer
  • Fiduciary Responsibility
    Social media strategy because it touches every facet of your business
    Your company’s success or failure will be largely dependent on your social media success.
    So what are the steps that companies need to take in social media? There are 4 primary ones:
    Listen: What is being said about us?
    Learn: After listening you can then join and contribute to the conversation
    React: This means what are you doing about it what is being said? Are you improving your product or service based on this feedback?
    Sell: All of the first three steps contribute to your ultimate goal of selling more!
  • According to McKinsey (April 2010):
    “The rewards of pursuing excellence in word-of-mouth are huge, and it can deliver a significant competitive edge few other marketing approaches can match”
    “It’s the most disruptive factor in marketing”
    “Marketing-induced consumer-to-consumer word of mouth generates more than twice the sales of paid advertising”
    When McKinsey weighs in, your know you’re talking about a topic that has C-Suite attention
    The Power of Word of Mouth
  • Who is Watching Those Mentions For Your Brand and What Can You Do With It?
    Using Human Intelligence to ‘make sense of the noise’
    Gauge relevant sentiment
    Develop online business strategy
    Establish FAQs to address underlying online sentiment
    Execute implementation strategy
    Engage with audience using FAQs as general guidelines
    Proactive – with coupons, incentives and promotions
    Reactive - by selectively responding to sentiment with fact
    Escalate comments which can lead to sales or marketing opportunities (i.e. leads, testimonials, legal)
    Identify similar online communities for business benefit and proactively participate
    Analyze and discuss important metrics acquired through systems like Social Strategy1
    Make recommendations to adjust strategy based on sentiment
    Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Connect with Buyers!
  • 10
    Social Media for Lead Generation
  • Dunkin Donuts Online Success
    Maintain 80% fewer Facebook and Twitter followers than Starbucks
    Dunkin’ Donuts fans 35% more likely to recommend the brand (Starbucks lack of personal connection, superiority of taste, shareholder value)
    Online Marketing Approach is “turn real people into online celebrities”
    Customer submitted pics of themselves drinking iced coffee in the winter matched with in store discount
    140 submissions generated 3.9 million product plugs through posts and status updates
    Next online only contest drew 290,674 submissions and now an annual event
  • Gap’s Real Monetization Story
    Resulted in 440,000 purchases equating to $11 million in sales.
    With a national TV campaign, what’s the likelihood they would have gotten nearly 500,000 paying buyers in the store?
  • Monitor Conversations about Your Brand and Competitors 
    Proven value of monitoring conversations and responding to leads
    8th Continent monitored mentions of Silk brand soy milk, one of their competitors, and offered trial coupons to users
    One tweeter received a coupon after tweeting about her bad experience with Silk chocolate soy milk –redeemed that week.
    Coupons distributed via social media resulted in 39% redemption rate, versus the 0.7% redemption of hard copy coupons
    During coupon promotions they saw huge spikes in their fan base and a lot of pass along
  • Measurement
    Revenue is one form of the metrics we use to measure
    While much of social media is free, we do know the cost of engagement as it relates to:
    Opportunity cost (what they’re not focusing on or accomplishing while engaging in social media).
    Tying those costs to the results will reveal a formula for assessing the “I” in investment.
  • What’s the Cost of Doing Nothing?
    “In 2011 there will be an estimated 3 billion people using the Internetto communicate, collaborate and link with other like-minded folks.”
    • Tom Hayes | Jump Point
    Do You Really Want to Take That Risk?
  • Contact Information
    Ilona Olayan | Director, Marketing and Sales Support | Social Strategy1
    Twitter:@eyelona & @sstrategy1