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This slide set shows you how to setup MutualMind for best results. You will learn how to monitor for topics of interest, how to manage multiple Facebook pages and Twitter accounts in MutualMind and ...

This slide set shows you how to setup MutualMind for best results. You will learn how to monitor for topics of interest, how to manage multiple Facebook pages and Twitter accounts in MutualMind and how to provide exceptional social customer service.

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  • V2.01-1113-2012
  • MutualMind automatically searches for mentions of keywords in a campaign across all sources. Data collection process starts as soon as a keyword is added to a campaign.Blogs section includes blog posts, comments on posts, forums, news-sites and other RSS-feed-based sources. MutualMind monitors millions of blogs and feeds, review sites (Yelp, Amazon, Trip Review – coverage is limited to available data), and Q & A forums (LinkedIn answers, Yahoo answers etc – coverage is limited to available data).
  • Setting up a campaign starts with keywords. There are 2 types of keywords: Express and Advanced. In Express keyword you use keywords only (with or without quotes), no Booleans are allowed. For Advanced keyword, you can construct listening rules using operators such as AND, NOT etc.Keywords may be added for brand as well as for competition.
  • Once added, keywords appear on the right side (Existing Brand Keywords). Keywords may also be deleted from the existing list.To edit existing keyword setup in a campaign, delete unwanted keyword(s); then add the new/desired keyword(s).Click “Done” to save changes and return to campaign overview.
  • In addition to supporting syntax for express keywords, advanced keywords allow you to create finely tuned search terms. Advanced keywords have a name and the search query can be edited. Advanced keywords:Have a nameUse advanced operators such as AND OR NOT (in CAPS). Use parenthesis to group terms. Use quotes for exact match. Advanced keywords support express keyword syntax as well/
  • In addition to supporting syntax for express keywords, advanced keywords allow you to create finely tuned search terms. Advanced keywords have a name and the search query can be edited. Advanced keywords:Have a nameUse advanced operators such as AND OR NOT (in CAPS). Use parenthesis to group terms. Use quotes for exact match. Advanced keywords support express keyword syntax as well/
  • Do not use operators such as AND,OR
  • Create campaign exclusions to reduce noise and keep results relevant and actionable. Exclude monitoring results has 3 options:1) Keywords – exact matching is used for excluding keywords i.e., use a phrase with quotes – Boolean operators are allowed 2) Web URL -- Source website e.g. craigslist.org – you can also exclude a full network e.g. (facebook) or mention of a link in a post e.g. amzn.toFor example ebay.com will exclude http://www.ebay.com as well as http://ebay.com or https://pay.ebay.com3) Twitter Accounts – to exclude results from a given Twitter account (your own?)
  • Contact MutualMind support if you would like to remove a large number (e.g. over 100) of ‘Not Relevant’ results.
  • Manage user access to selected campaignsSite admin can selectively grant users (i.e. non-admins) access to specific campaigns. In the campaign setup, add users to a campaign by clicking “Add Authorized User” and follow the instructions shown above to add a user to “Authorized Users” for that campaign. Note that an administrator has access to ALL campaigns by default.
  • Campaign summary reports (PDFs) available in the Insights menu
  • Campaign summary reports (PDFs) available in the Insights menu
  • Customization of reports available to all campaign admin
  • Any RSS feed can be added to a campaign for monitoring purpose.
  • Manage multiple Twitter streams. Update Brand tweets and monitor Twitter timeline.
  • Manage user accounts and teams
  • Manage user accounts and teams
  • Access ‘Account’ settings from the top right of any page,Each user can manage his/her account settings e.g., select which notifications to receive.
  • Access ‘Account’ settings from the top right of any page,Each user can manage his/her account settings e.g., select which notifications to receive.
  • Add a section for Dashboard Help.Add a section for Content Browser.

MutualMind Best Practices and Setup Guide Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Best Practices and Quick Start Guide Q4 2012
  • 2. ContentA. Campaign and Monitoring Setup  About Sites and Campaigns, new campaign  Keywords setup & Best Practices  Setting up “Alerts” and “Content Labels”  Access control for campaign (user roles)  Reports setup and customization  Dashboard Views: Content Browser, Analyzer, Keyword Performance, Social ChannelsB. Social Media Management and Publishing  Social Channels, Authenticated and Unauthenticated accounts  Setting up Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google (YouTube) for Brand and competition  Social account delegation  Adding social network accounts to campaign  Publishing content using StreamsC. Admin Controls and Customizations  Managing user accounts, social accounts & delegation, teams and site settings  User level settings: user profile, preferences and notificationsD. Workflow  Workflow – creating, managing and measuring tasks  Tem performance – task browser and dashboardE. Help and Support  Online support  More information
  • 3. Home Page
  • 4. Navigation Menu•Home•Campaign •Add Campaign•Insights •Analyzer •Content •Competitive Intelligence •Keyword Performance •Listening Trends •Facebook •Reports •Twitter •URL Insights •YouTube•Streams •Facebook •LinkedIn •Twitter•Work •Stream •Task Browser •Task Insights •Teams•Admin
  • 5. About Sites• Each client is provided access to one or more sites, such as https://yourcompany.mutualmind.net• Sites are provisioned by MutualMind support team• Each site may have one or more campaigns, users and teams and settings for time zone, email address for notifications, reports, logo etc. Admin panel allows the site admin to manage all this.• Sites can be white-labeled with custom URL and branding – contact us for details.
  • 6. About Campaigns• Each site can have multiple campaigns. Each „campaign‟ may represent a brand, product, client account, marketing campaign, a topic or anything else on which you need social intelligence.• You have to be logged in as an admin level user to be able to create new campaigns. You can create a new campaign in one of two ways: o On the Home page, click the "Add Campaign" link under "Manage Campaigns" o From the Admin page of the app, click on Campaigns and click on “Add Campaign” button at the top
  • 7. Online FAQShown below is an excerpt from our online FAQ which explains how to work with campaigns and keywords. The link to FAQ is in the footer.
  • 8. Add New CampaignType campaign name and description. Click ‘Add’.
  • 9. Monitoring Sources & CoverageWe automatically search for mentions of keywords in a campaignacross ALL sources listed above. Data collection process starts as soonas you add a keyword to a campaign.Blogs include blog posts, comments on posts, forums and other RSSand non-RSS sources. Our blog coverage includes over 4 million topblogs and feeds, review sites* (e.g. Yelp, Amazon, Trip Review) and Q& A sites* (LinkedIn answers, Yahoo answers etc).
  • 10. Keyword Setup Guide• A successful social listening campaign starts with a well- thought out list of search terms called keywords.• Please refer to this blog post to learn more about „Social Listening Pyramid‟, an iterative process to improve results.
  • 11. Keyword Research• Start with some home work. Try the keywords in Twitter search to get a quick idea of relevancy and volume of results.• Depending on uniqueness of the keyword, you may need to use multiple words and/or negative words to exclude irrelevant topics. Single word keywords work for unique brands/topics (such as Walmart, IBM).• Using keywords with 2, 3 or more words helps to improve relevance e.g. Target store, “Tide detergent”, Virgin Mobile “limited offer”.
  • 12. Keyword Setup in MutualMind• Get started with keyword setup for a campaign by: 1. Adding keywords for brand and competition (as defined by you for your business situation) 2. Setting up global exclusions (optional)• MutualMind offers two types of keywords (details and examples provided on next slides): 1. Express keywords: use keywords only (with or without quotes), no Boolean operators are needed. 2. Advanced keywords: construct listening rules using Boolean operators such as OR, AND, NOT with parenthesis, as needed.
  • 13. 7 Tips for Effective Keyword Setup in MutualMindPlease refer to this blog post on keyword setup for additional information about keyword setup in MutualMind.1. Keep in mind that search terms are NOT case sensitive2. Use quotes for people names (“Dan Brown”) and non-unique brands such as “Park Place”.3. Use exclusions (at keyword level or campaign level) to remove irrelevant keywords/phrases, websites or Twitter accounts.4. Avoid abbreviations such as SIM, TTS etc as they mostly result in unexpected and irrelevant results (refer to keyword research slide!)5. URLs – use the main domain name to match variations of URLs e.g. “verizon.com” will match www.verizon.com as well as internet.verizon.com/help6. Order of keywords is irrelevant for keywords without quotes, but needs to be EXACT for keywords within quotes (“verizon fios” is NOT the same as “fios verizon”)7. Use single word keywords with caution
  • 14. Express and Advanced Keywords Add Keywords to your campaign. You can add keywords for your Brand and for Competitive Intelligence.
  • 15. Setting up Express Keywords Enter keywords one at a time with or without quotes – do not use any operators such as AND, OR, NOT. Click on Add.❶ The keyword s that you add appear on the right side (Existing Brand Keywords). You can delete a keyword from the existing list. To edit a keyword, delete it and then add the desired keyword. When you are finished,❷ Click on “Done” to go back to campaign overview.
  • 16. Express Keywords Setup: Best PracticesWhat Examples How it Works + Best PracticesSingle word Verizon Will match occurrence of the keyword. Best results #GoRedForWomen when the keyword is unique e.g., walmart or #CPR. @tmobile Common dictionary words or abbreviations are likely to bring in noise – use with caution.Multiple words verizon customer service Matches the occurrence of ALL words appearing anywhere in the content, in any order i.e., not necessarily together. Relevance increases with number of keywords used but the volume of results is lower. Use just enough number of keywords to get relevant results without missing results.Keywords with “verizon fios” Strict match: the phrase inside quotes will be matchedquotes “haynesboone.com” exactly as created. Useful for people/company names, “haynes & boone” URLs, keywords with special characters or punctuation such as a dash.Hybrid: with verizon internet “fios tv” Matches the combination of verizon AND internetand without AND the exact phrase “fios tv”. Useful for improvingquotes relevancy of results and reducing noise.
  • 17. Setting up Advanced Keywords Enter a Name for each Advanced Keyword. Then enter search terms in❶ the Keyword field using advanced operators AND OR NOT (must be in CAPS)❷ The syntax validation area validates query as you type. Operators AND, OR, NOT appear in blue.
  • 18. Editing Advanced Keywords
  • 19. Editing Advanced Keywords Go to ‘Campaign’ and hover over an Advanced Keyword, then click on Edit icon to edit the search term.❶❷
  • 20. Advanced Keywords Setup: Best PracticesWhat Examples How it Works + Best PracticesUse of AND OR Verizon AND (fios OR fiber Will match one or more occurrences of the keywords OR optic) verizon fios, verizon fiber or verizon optic in a content item, without regard to order of keywords. Best results when the keyword combinations are unique.Phrases within “verizon fios” AND (tv OR Strict match: the phrase inside quotes will be matchedquotes, NOT phone OR internet) NOT exactly while content with NOT phrase will not be (dsl OR copper) matched. Useful for people/company names, URLs, keywords with special characters or punctuation.Proximity “verizon fios”~5 Proximity allows search for terms when each keywordSpecification in the query is within the specified distance (5 words in this example). Syntax is ~n where n is a positive integer greater than zero immediately after Important: The order of individual words within the Advanced Keyword matters and needs to match exactly with the order of words in content e.g. Matches: Verizon provides good fios service Does not match: fios service by verizon is good
  • 21. Tips for Advanced Keywords Setup• Remember that order of keywords needs to be exact for keywords within quotes (“verizon fios” is NOT the same as “fios verizon”)• Use NOT for keyword based exclusivity e.g. (verizon wireless) NOT (tv OR fios)• Use parenthesis for grouping words within a keyword e.g.  “verizon fios” AND (tv OR “internet special” OR bundle)• Common mistake: If the parenthesis are not used correctly for a group of OR terms, the results will not be correct. Note the first query will miss results for tv and “verizon fios”.  tv OR phone AND “verizon fios” (wrong)  (tv OR phone) AND “verizon fios” (correct)
  • 22. Use Exclusions to Avoid Noise Use “global exclusions” to improve relevancy of listening results . Choose from 3 types of exclusions: keyword (exact match, AND OR NOT allowed), website/URL, twitter account❶❷ ❷ You can exclude results based on:❸ 1) Keyword or Queries e.g. “plastic bag” 2) URL – full or partial link e.g. craigslist.com 3) Twitter account (screen name): @makecash
  • 23. Campaign Setup: Alerts• Alerts can be triggered for any keyword in the campaign• Alerts are sent via emails.• Frequency of emails is set by each user (instant, hourly etc) . This can be set at “Manage Notification Settings” under Account
  • 24. Campaign Setup: Labels• Monitoring and social channel content can be labeled using pre-defined or custom content labels• Custom Labels are managed in the campaign setup and utilized in the content browser• Pre-defined labels are intended for convenience and consistency across campaigns. There are two pre-defined labels: – Flag: multipurpose label – Not Relevant: allows you to remove content from results
  • 25. Benefits of Labels• Labels are useful to segment results above and beyond keyword matching. Labels allow you to leverage human judgment. You could use combination of search and filters in the content browser to narrow down results for a specific purpose/theme and apply label(s) to the result set• Content results can be filtered by labels in the content browser e.g. display all content labeled as “Leads”
  • 26. Keyword GroupingsGrouping allows you to create custom group(s) composed of multiple (advanced orexpress) keywords. Bundle keywords for ad-hoc analysis such as for comparingstats for a subgroup under a brand, competition or both. Interactive analysis forkeyword groupings is available in “Keyword Performance” view of dashboard.
  • 27. Data Collection: Language and Geo-location FiltersPlease contact MutualMind support team for setting up language andgeo-location filters• MutualMind allows restricting social listening results by geo-location, if the geo-location information is available. There are two steps to specifying a geo-location filter: 1. For posts where we can determine the location, we can limit results for a given country, state (US only), city or a list of countries, US states or cities. For instance, (a) limit results to US (country) (b) limit results to Dallas, Austin, California, New York. 2. For posts where location cannot be determined, you can choose whether to include those results or exclude them. The default setup is to INCLUDE unknown locations. Excluding posts with unknown location may have unintended consequences. For instance, location data is usually not available for Facebook posts, therefore these posts will get removed from results.
  • 28. Campaign Level Access ControlA site admin can grant usersaccess to a campaign: “Read only” access – nochanges allowed to setup “Read and Write” access i.e.ability to view and modify setupfor a specific campaign.This is section 3 of thecampaign setup process
  • 29. Campaign ReportsCampaign summary reports (PDFs) are available in the Insights menu. Any ofthe last 8 weeks of reports can be regenerated on-demand by clicking on the„refresh‟ icon to the left of the report name.
  • 30. Sample Report
  • 31. About Campaign Reports• A summary of monitoring results is available as weekly PDF report, accessible from the Insights menu• The report includes summary stats, charts and selected content (see below for details on how that works)• Report is generated on Sunday night and includes summary stats and flagged content within a time window of last 7 days• To include content current week‟s report, users need to select the desired items from the last 7 day window in content browser, apply the label “flag” for these items• If no content is flagged then the report will only show summary of stats
  • 32. Customization of Weekly Campaign Reports Campaign reports can be customized by Admins Customize titles and text for report sections
  • 33. Setting up Report Recipients• The PDF reports are emailed to the administrators once a week on Monday mornings (unless report notifications settings have been turned off)• Administrators can specify additional recipients for these reports. Go to the campaign setup and scroll down to „Report Recipients‟ section. Click on „Add Report Recipients‟ and add email addresses❶ ❷
  • 34. Editing Campaigns Admins can edit campaigns any time
  • 35. Insights Dashboard 1 - Listening Insights dashboard has a home page as well as multiple views for specializedbusiness user cases. Here‟s a summary of capabilities of the dashboard views.View Key Function NotesAnalyzer Interactive view which provides summary insights Also accessible from based on customized date range, filters and “Analyze This” link in advanced search Content BrowserCompetitive Side-by-side comparison of brand and For advanced / interactiveIntelligence competition listening and performance on social keyword comparison, use channels Keyword PerformanceContent Interactive view which provides details of the Drill-down from dashboard posts for a given date range, filters and advanced home page to Content search. Take actions on one or ore posts. BrowserKeyword Performance Interactive view for comparing listening results SOV can be based on either for keywords or keyword groupings. Offers (a) ALL keywords in multiple ways of calculating Share of Voice. campaign OR (b) based on selected keywords in this viewListening Trends Metrics for social listening – listed for each Sources and Sentiment keyword details – linked to content browser
  • 36. Insights Dashboard 1: Volumes, Topics, Sentiments, Locations, InfluencersInteractive drill-down charts Influencers with downloadable data
  • 37. Additional Views - Listening Interactive Analysis with Share of Voice Options Competitive Intelligence
  • 38. Insights Dashboard 2: Social ChannelsDashboard also comes with social channel performance and engagement views.Here‟s a summary of capabilities of the dashboard channel and engagement views. View Key Function Notes Facebook Pages Detailed analysis of Facebook pages for brand and Use campaign setup to competition manage FB pages. Twitter Accounts Detailed analysis of Twitter pages for brand and Use campaign setup to competition manage Twitter pages. YouTube Channels Detailed analysis of YouTube pages for brand and Use campaign setup to competition manage YouTube channels. Social Profiles Authentic Reach and Authentic Influence of selected social profiles URL Insights Analysis of social popularity of a given web URL. On-demand stats. Also Also includes top social posts which link to the available for links within given web page. social posts in content browser.
  • 39. Insights Dashboard 2 Views: Social Channels, Reach and Engagement
  • 40. Content Browser Overview• There are 2 modes / views within the Content Browser: Keyword (Social listening) and Channel content (e.g. Facebook page posts)• For each mode, content browser presents a rich, highly granular and interactive view of social posts with meta data, drill-downs and business actions• Content Browser supports multiple segmentation and drill-down options a. Filters – Time range, brand/competition, sources, sentiment, keywords, location & label b. Advanced Search – full Boolean search c. Sort – by time, user name, reach, rank and more• Actions on Segmented data set (after applying filters, search etc) a. Analyze segmented data on the fly (Ad-hoc dashboard) b. Export segmented data (results set matching selected date range, filters and search)• Actions on Single or Multiple Items a. Applying labels, re-classifying sentiments b. Responding to posts c. Creating tasks
  • 41. Content Segmentation: Filter and SearchKeyword and Social Channel modes Powerful ways to segment data: Brand/competition, Sentiment, Publisher, Keyword , Location & LabelAdvanced Search and Sort Analyze or Export segmented content on-demand Enriched social data with geo-location and influence score Each social post comes with multiple action options: Respond, Create Task, View
  • 42. Examples of Search Terms in ContentHere are a few examples of advanced queries (Boolean operators, Twitter operators,wildcards) within the “Content Browser” search box. Remember that you can usefilters in combination with search (e.g. filter/limit results to brand, negative sentiments,twitter as source).• Boolean Search example  "customer service" AND (tv OR phone)• Search with exclusion terms  cricket OR boost NOT (iphone OR iphones)  cricket mobile NOT (iphone*)• Search for posts from a username or its @mention  tmobilehelp OR @tmobilehelp• Search for a hashtag  #tmobile• Twitter: Search for retweets from a specific twitter user • RT @Tmobile• Twitter: Search for ALL retweets in the results • “RT @”
  • 43. Content Browser Actions• Actions on Segmented data set (after applying filters, search etc) 1. Analyze segmented data on the fly (on-demand dashboard) 2. Export segmented data (results matching user selected date range, filters and search term) to a text file (comma separated values format)• Actions: Single or Multiple Items (select desired items using checkboxes or „Check All‟ button) 1. Labels – categorize results using default/custom labels; flag items for later actions or for inclusion in weekly reports; remove irrelevant results 2. Sentiment reclassification• Actions on a single selected item 1. Create Task – assign to self/others, due date, status, tracking, notifications. Task number and assignee is displayed in front of the respective content item. 2. Post URL to show original item e.g. Facebook post, blog post, Tweet etc 3. Respond to Twitter content or schedule the response for later 4. Task creation and response from a single interface 5. Attach the item to an existing task
  • 44. Powerful Options to Find Top Content Sort results by time, user name , reach, influence and more
  • 45. Analyze Results On-DemandAfter applying filters and search in the Content Browser, click on “Analyze Content” to get custom analysis for that data set
  • 46. Content Analyzer: Keywords and Sources
  • 47. Content Analyzer: Reach and Location
  • 48. Apply Labels to Multiple Items Easily. Filter Results by Labels Results can be filtered by one or more LabelsUse labels to organize data based on yoursegmentation needs
  • 49. Select, Respond, Export Data Select multipleitems easily – then Export results with Label or reclassify metadata sentiments Respond to posts or Create Task
  • 50. Exported CSV file has Complete MetadataField included in the export: Timestamp publisher user_name location user_score followers_count friends_count content_title destination_url sentiment matched_categories matched_terms applied_labels content_generator
  • 51. Unified Social Channel Feed: Search, Filter …Social Channel mode Powerful ways to segment data: Brand/competition, Sentiment, Publisher, Keyword , Location & Label Advanced Search and Sort Enriched social data with engagement metrics Sentiment Analysis Actions: Create Task, Apply Labels, View
  • 52. B. Social Media Management and Content PublishingA. Campaign and Monitoring Setup  About Sites and Campaigns, new campaign  Keywords setup & Best Practices  Setting up “Alerts” and “Content Labels”  Access control for campaign (user roles)  Reports setup and customization  Dashboard Views: Content Browser, Analyzer, Keyword Performance, Social ChannelsB. Social Media Management and Publishing  Social Channels, Authenticated and Unauthenticated accounts  Setting up Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google (YouTube) for Brand and competition  Social account delegation  Adding social network accounts to campaign  Publishing content using StreamsC. Admin Controls and Customizations  Managing user accounts, social accounts, teams and site settings  User level settings: user profile, preferences and notificationsD. Workflow  Workflow – creating, managing and measuring tasks  Tem performance – task browser and dashboardE. Help and Support  Online support  More information
  • 53. Social Channels Capabilities1. MutualMind is integrated with the big four social channels: Facebook, Twitter, Google/YouTube and LinkedIn2. Through this integration, MutualMind is capable of providing: a. Summary and key trends of social metrics relevant to each social channel b. Detailed analysis and interactive segmentation of social posts in the content browser (channel content mode) c. Competitive comparison of social channels for brand versus competition d. Publishing content to one or more accounts and to view and interact with the timeline
  • 54. Authentication Options• Social channels for brand could either be authenticated (you must authenticate each social account with Twitter, Facebook, Google etc.) or unauthenticated (just provide the name or URL and we will collect as much info as we can)• Social channels for competition - just provide the account name or URL , we will let you know if the account name does not exist!• To respond to posts or to publish content on a channel via MutualMind, authenticated social accounts must be setup for that channel (e.g. Facebook)
  • 55. Adding Facebook PagesFacebook.com/delta
  • 56. Authenticated Facebook Accounts1. First step is to add Facebook account(s). The account should be a regular user account (not a business account)2. Second step is to select the Facebook page(s) of interest. The FB account holder can either be a fan of the page (allows us to get public-level data) or the admin/owner of the page (allows detailed data about your page)3. Third step is to tie a campaign to one or more of these pages. This is done by adding the page(s) in the campaign setup.4. Content can be posted to Facebook pages from MutualMind „Streams‟ Facebook Account  Facebook pages  Campaigns
  • 57. Facebook Account Setup ❶❷
  • 58. Facebook Setup: Step 3 – Select Pages ❸
  • 59. Twitter Account Setup (Unauthenticated)
  • 60. Authenticated Twitter Account Setup ❶ ❷
  • 61. YouTube Account Setup (Unauthenticated)
  • 62. Google/YouTube Account Setup ❶ ❷❸
  • 63. Setup Campaign - Web (RSS) Feeds for Campaign ❶You can add any RSS feed to campaign. Click Add for each and click Done when finished. ❷
  • 64. Twitter & Facebook: Delegation Delegates are users who can post on behalf of a social account.
  • 65. Social Streams 1: LinkedIn View LinkedIn group activity and post to multiple groups. Reply inline or create a task for a team member.
  • 66. Social Streams 2: Facebook & Twitter Streams for Twitter and Facebook allow you to view and manage interactions for multiple accounts. Reply inline or create a task for a team member.
  • 67. View & Respond with Streams Streams for Twitter and Facebook allow you to view and manage interactions for multiple accounts. Reply inline or create a task for a team member.
  • 68. AdministrationA. Campaign and Monitoring Setup  About Sites and Campaigns, new campaign  Keywords setup & Best Practices  Setting up “Alerts” and “Content Labels”  Access control for campaign (user roles)  Reports setup and customization  Dashboard Views: Content Browser, Analyzer, Keyword Performance, Social ChannelsB. Social Media Management and Publishing  Social Channels, Authenticated and Unauthenticated accounts  Setting up Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google (YouTube) for Brand and competition  Social account delegation  Adding social network accounts to campaign  Publishing content using StreamsC. Admin Controls and Customizations  Managing user accounts, social accounts, teams and site settings  User level settings: user profile, preferences and notificationsD. Workflow  Workflow – creating, managing and measuring tasks  Tem performance – task browser and dashboardE. Help and Support  Online support  More information
  • 69. Admin Control Panel Manage users, campaigns & more
  • 70. Admin – Managing Users
  • 71. Understanding User Roles• Administrators – can make changes to campaign, add/edit social accounts, grant access to users to campaigns and social accounts and add/edit users• Users and Campaign Level Access Control: once a user has been granted access to a campaign, that user can: – View campaign – View AND Change campaign setup (refer to slide 16)• A user can post content via a social account as a delegate ONLY if their user account has been granted access to that social account by an Administrator
  • 72. Delegation of Social Accounts “Add Delegates” is a secure and transparent way to give permission to users to post content to brand accounts
  • 73. Individual User Account Settings Link to ‘Account’ settings is available hereEvery user can manage his/heraccount preferences & settings e.g.select which notifications to receive
  • 74. Individual User Account --Email Notification Settings Each user can manage his/her notification settings e.g. select which notifications to receive
  • 75. WorkflowA. Campaign and Monitoring Setup  About Sites and Campaigns, new campaign  Keywords setup & Best Practices  Setting up “Alerts” and “Content Labels”  Access control for campaign (user roles)  Reports setup and customization  Dashboard Views: Content Browser, Analyzer, Keyword Performance, Social ChannelsB. Social Media Management and Publishing  Social Channels, Authenticated and Unauthenticated accounts  Setting up Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google (YouTube) for Brand and competition  Social account delegation  Adding social network accounts to campaign  Publishing content using StreamsC. Admin Controls and Customizations  Managing user accounts, social accounts, teams and site settings  User level settings: user profile, preferences and notificationsD. Workflow  Workflow – creating, managing and measuring tasks  Tem performance – task browser and dashboardE. Help and Support  Online support  More information
  • 76. Tasks• In MutualMind, a task is a unit of work that: – is assigned to an individual – has metadata such as status, due date, customizable disposition category, automatically collected time metrics (time to react / respond / resolve) – is measureable: task dashboard displays team performance, allowing for advanced settings such as working/offline hours and exclusion of certain tasks from stats calculation – is shared with team for collaboration and comments – includes social conversation context e.g. the Facebook post – provides built-in response capability for Twitter – provides activity log for all work done on the task – Comes with searching and filtering capability (task browser)• Create a „Task‟ by clicking on the „clock icon‟ next to a content item
  • 77. Task Lifecycle 1. Social 3. Actions on Task: response post sent, routed topublished internal team etc. 2. Task 4. Task created resolved
  • 78. Task Settings – Admin Panel Enter “Disposition” labels here (e.g. billing issue)
  • 79. Creating Task: Content Browser Click on the clock icon to create a task.
  • 80. Creating Task from Streams View Create a task for from any content.
  • 81. View Tasks in „Work‟ All tasks appear in ‘Work’ queue • Tasks can be viewed/ managed in ‘Tasks’ • Notifications are sent out when a task is created
  • 82. Task Details Remember to setup and verify: • User accounts • Notifications settings Tasks appear in ‘work’ queue and can be viewed/managed from Task Browser
  • 83. Disposition and Exclusion from Stats Disposition allows you to classify the task resolution Capability to exclude a task from calculation of performance stats
  • 84. History, Team Comments & Audit Trail All conversations, comments and changes to task status are logged
  • 85. Social Context – Attach posts to existing Task Attach a post to a task by clicking on the ‘paper pin’ icon
  • 86. Social Context – Conversation History Attached post appears as ‘Conversation History’ in the task
  • 87. Definition of Performance Metrics 1. Social post 3. Responsepublished sent 2. Task 4. Task created resolved Reaction time Response time Resolution time
  • 88. Performance Reporting of Tasks Reaction, Response and Resolution time for tasks
  • 89. Task Browser: View, Filter and Search Search within tasks - or apply filters from the sidebar
  • 90. Task Insights -- Dashboard
  • 91. Help and Support• Click on “Help and Support” button on the right side of any page• Or go to: http://support.mutualmind.com/
  • 92. For More Information•• •