Created using TweetCloud.com From Arienne: The words that customers use in social spaces give you significant insight about how they think—and feel—about your product or services. If you mine social media conversations for word trends, you'll probably be surprised by the results. But surprise or not, you can learn exactly what action to take in your marketing campaigns.
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The 8 Common Types of Social Media Goals & How to Measure Them Presented by: Taylor Pratt | @RavenPratt Raven Internet Marketing Tools slideshare.net/raventools
The key to social media success is understanding your audience.
Nielsen’s State of the Media: The Social Media Report http://raven.im/nielsensm
Customer Oriented Goals Customer Support Brand Sentiment Brand Advocates Product Development
Measuring Customer Support Reduction in Support Costs Reduction in On-Site Support Increase Resolution Rate Improved Customer Satisfaction Increase Resolution Rate Leads Generated by Support
Measuring Brand Sentiment Sentiment by volume of posts and impressions Number of positive reviews generated Number of mentions of your brand’s value add Average resolution time to reputation crises
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Create a Scorecard Advocate Share of Voice Reach Topics Customer Overlap Peter Parker 5% 50,000 Arachnoids, Red Heads, Goblins Medium Hulk Hogan 2% 25,000 Tank Tops, Weight Lifting High Eric Cartman 12% 120,000 Cheesy Poofs, Racial Slurs Low