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Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming
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Social Media Case Study - Compassion in World Farming

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Compassion in World Farming had already made a start in social media, with a Facebook Fan Page, a Flickr account and a Twitter account. A unified social media strategy was now needed in order to bring …

Compassion in World Farming had already made a start in social media, with a Facebook Fan Page, a Flickr account and a Twitter account. A unified social media strategy was now needed in order to bring each element together, to ensure the organisation’s whole online presence was speaking with the same voice. They asked us to raise their profile online in order to increase awareness, click throughs and donations, via social media activity.

This case study was presented at Social Media Measurement Camp in London in February 2009 by Beth Granter.

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  • 1. Compassion in World Farming Beth Granter / Compassion in World Farming case study Date 30 March 2009
  • 2. Social media – mid-project evaluation • What the goals were (the brief) • What we planned to do • What was done • How we tracked it • What has worked?
  • 3. What the goals were (the brief) • Use social media to: – Increase awareness of Compassion in World Farming – Drive traffic to the http://ciwf.org.uk website – Increase donations
  • 4. What we planned to do • Achieve these goals through the following methods
  • 5. What we did - Facebook • Customised and managed Facebook Page
  • 6. What we did - Facebook • Facebook Ads Donate
  • 7. What has worked – Facebook Insights • Contact acquisition - Total fans
  • 8. What has worked – Facebook Insights • Engagement - Wall posts
  • 9. What we did - Twitter • Following key people • Tweeting news and links • Communicating with people via ‘@’ replies • Asking what people wanted us to tweet about • Asking people to blog about us • Thanking people for RTs
  • 10. How we measured it – Twitter Grader • Followers (mainly) • The power of this network of followers (2nd-order followers) • Pace of your updates • Completeness of your profile • and “a few other factors.” – The algorithm uses the degree of engagement of a twitter user (how often they get responded to and cited). http://twitter.grader.com
  • 11. The results – Twitter Grader Twitter Grader 100 97.9 95 • 43 @ciwf tweets (links, 90 conversations) 85 • From 23 to 1,629 followers (ears) Grade (%) 80 • 72 “Compassion in World 75 Farming” tweets 70 • 7 ciwf.org.uk tweets 65 63 60 19/01/2009 23/01/2009 30/01/2009 06/02/2009 13/02/2009 21/02/2009 27/02/2009 06/03/2009 03/09/2009 20/03/2009 Date
  • 12. The results – Twitter PR • Feature on JustGiving blog
  • 13. What we did - Flickr • 409 total items • 28 new items which were optimised • Tagging • Contact interaction • Adding photos to groups
  • 14. What we did - Flickr • Creation and management of a group
  • 15. How we measured it – Flickr stats
  • 16. How we measured it – Flickr stats stuck together! • Flickr stats across 2.5 months
  • 17. How we measured it: Flickr - Yahoo image search • On Yahoo Image search, ‘broiler chicken’ brings up six on page one of 4,323 total images found • Other first page results include ‘dairy cow’, ‘organic pig farming’, ‘organic chicken farming’, ‘intensive chicken farming’, ‘factory chicken farming’, ‘factory chicken farm’ • 60 contacts • 21 group members • 68 items added to group • Results would improve further if more images were provided
  • 18. What we did – Blogs and forums
  • 19. What we did – Blogs and forums
  • 20. What we did – Blogs and forums
  • 21. How we measured it - Qdos • Based on: – Popularity (who you know and the extent of your online network) – Impact (how much people listen to you online) – Activity (how active you are online) – Individuality (how easy you are to find online according to your name etc.) • Numerical values, e.g. x blog posts in the last month, fed into a vector that partially normalises over the user population, to get a final score. Like Google' PageRank s http://qdos.com
  • 22. Qdos – overall buzz
  • 23. How we measured it – Samepoint http://samepoint.com
  • 24. Samepoint – overall buzz Samepoint Social Conversation Search 8000 7000 6000 quot;Compassion in World Farmingquot; Social 5000 Mentions Social Mentions CIWF Social Mentions 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 01/01/2009 16/01/2009 23/01/2009 30/01/2009 06/02/2009 13/02/2009 21/02/2009 27/02/2009 06/03/2009 13/03/2009 20/03/2009 Date http://samepoint.com
  • 25. Google Analytics – Advanced Segments (Beta)
  • 26. Google Analytics – Advanced Segments (Beta)
  • 27. Google Analytics – Advanced Segments (Beta) • Use segments to exclude other ad streams, e.g. banner ads • 2236/17047 = 13% of referrals were via social media during the project • The previous average was 4%
  • 28. Measurement tools summary • Facebook Insights – Engagement: wall posts – Acquisition: new fans • Flickr stats • Twitter Grader • Yahoo Image Search keyword results • Qdos • Samepoint • Google Analytics – Goals – Advanced Segments (Beta) – Referrals
  • 29. Compassion in World Farming The end Date 30 March 2009

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