Do you need to draw some bright lines between your social media presence and business results? Have you been asked to prove the ROI of social media? It's no longer a question of if you should measure the business results of your social media interactions, but what to measure—and how. A new generation of tools based on mathematical modeling and natural language processing make it easier to draw the connections, but harder to determine which of the over 300+ tools you should use. From building marketing funnels and goals, to more complex analytics such as multi-channel media measurement and first-click attribution, the choices are getting more complicated. This presentation looks at a practical framework to build a social media measurement strategy and plan.
This presentation was first given at the Marketing Profs B2B Forum in Boston on October 4th, 2012. It was updated for CARMA on November 13, 2012.
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