http://spiral16.com Internet and social media monitoring can yield valuable insight and actionable intelligence that drives business forward. One of the most common applications for social listening and measurement is brand management, but there's so much more to be gained in so many different areas.
This presentation from Eric Melin of Spiral16, given at the Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program (HEMP) Retreat on Nov. 15, 2013, spotlights the basics of social listening and measuring for a number of different uses, including competitive intelligence, industry research, market research, lead generation, customer service, crisis management, and campaign/product/service monitoring. Each practical application has a case study/example to make it easier to apply the concepts to your own business.
There is no one-size-fits all solution for social media ROI, so each company has to take a customized approach based on their own specific goals and objectives. Tying your social media program into the business goals of your company or brand is the foundation for success. Companies today simply cannot survive without metrics, objectives, analytics data and actionable information.
Find out what kind of opportunities there are for your brand, agency, or business in the wide-open field of Internet tracking and social media monitoring.
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