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Measuring Engagement
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Measuring Engagement

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  • 1. MEASURING ENGAGEMENT TJ Tee Digital Marketing Evangelist Integricity Corporation
  • 2. Acquisition Activation of stuff happens here Lots Referral Retention Revenue
  • 3. Acquisition Activation Referral Retention Revenue PR, campaigns, Home page, landing Sales, leads, Retweets, affiliates, contests, SEO/SEM, pages, product subscriptions, contests, EDMs, widgets, affiliates, blogs, features affiliate revenue viral marketing EDM, widgets, social media, banner ads, SMS/MMS
  • 4. Know what you want to track • Driving engaged traffic to a website/landing page doesn’t guarantee any return • Define metrics that are relevant for your business: • Targeted clicks, sign-ups, downloads • New leads/sales • Ignore low-value metrics like: • Number of followers/fans/friends • PageRank, Alexa rank
  • 5. Goals & objectives Qualitative Quantitative • Loyalty • Sales • Trust • Leads • Passion • Qualified users • Interaction • Sign-ups • Satisfaction • Referrals • Authority • Targeted clicks • Feedback • Downloads • Brand awareness • Video views/shares
  • 6. Qualitative measures Campaign – Build loyalty and trust • Execution: • Engage with customers who mention your company/product on Twitter or Google • Success metrics: • # Positive comments sent to customers per week • # Conversations that started from a comment • Goal • x# Positive conversations about your company/product per week • x# Positive blog posts about your company/product per month
  • 7. Qualitative measures Campaign – Increase customer satisfaction • Execution: • Engage with customers/prospects and ask what they would like from you • Success metrics: • # New useful/good suggestions • # Suggestions you implement • Goal • x# Suggestions collected per month and # you actually implement
  • 8. Qualitative measures Campaign – Increase authority • Execution: • Blog about stuff you’re an expert on by writing authoritative content (first) and promoting your company (second) • Success metrics: • # Influential blogs linking to your content • # Organic visitor traffic per month • # Traffic that converts into sales • Goal • x% of organic referral traffic per month • x$ sales attributable to referrals from blog per month
  • 9. Quantitative measures Campaign – Increase offline sales • Execution: • Promotion on a social media platform (e.g. Facebook) Participants get a print-out voucher to redeem offline • Success metrics: • Monthly sales • Monthly store traffic (walk-in) • Goal • x$ Monthly sales • x% Increase in store traffic over pre-promotion period
  • 10. Quantitative measures Campaign – Increase online sales • Execution: • Use Twitter to inform prospects about exclusive time- limited promos • Success metrics: • Monthly sales attributable directly to Twitter • New customers attributable directly to Twitter • Monthly revenue generated from customers originally from Twitter • Goal • x$ Monthly sales directly attributable to Twitter
  • 11. Google Alerts Google.com/alerts
  • 12. Google Analytics: Advanced Segments
  • 13. Peashoot Peashootapp.com
  • 14. Facebook Pages: Insights
  • 15. Measurement scorecard (sample) Stage Conversion Conv Est value (%) (RM) Acquisition Visitors to site/widget/landing page 60 0.10 Eg: 2+ pgs, 10+ sec, 1+ clicks, 0 bounce Activation Happy 1st visit, use the site, sign-up 15 0.25 Eg: Clicks/time/pages, newsletter/profile sign-up, feature usage Retention Users come back, multiple visits 5 0.50 Eg: 1-3x visits/mth; email/feed open rate / CTR Referral Users refer others 1 1.00 Eg: Cust satisfaction >=8; viral K factor > 1; Revenue Users Pay / Generate $$$ 2 5.00 Eg. Sale, affiliate revenue
  • 16. Key takeaways 1. Driving targeted traffic from social media sources is only half the challenge if you’re trying to sell something 2. Define quantitative and qualitative goals & objectives and create campaigns/strategies using these metrics 3. Filter out channels and strategies that don’t get good returns. Repeat.

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