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The ROI on Social Media, Presentation to the Pittsburgh Internet Marketing and SEO Group, April 23, 2009

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  • The ROI on Social Media: Why it Pays to Drive Word of Mouth Presentation of Findings Aberdeen Group Research April 2009
  • Rob Burton
    • 10 Years Strategic Planning and Analytic Systems
    • Master of Science in eCommerce
    • betterlivingthroughanalytics.wordpress.com
    • LinkedIn.com
  • Show of Hands
    • Search Agencies/Direct Employ/Other?
    • SEO/SEM/Social Media?
  • Aberdeen Group
    • Aberdeen Group  is the leading provider of fact-based research focused on the global technology-driven value chain.
    • Founded in 1988, Aberdeen has established the market leading position as the “voice that matters” when it comes to understanding the measurable results being delivered by technology in business.
  • Objectives of the Presentation
    • Identify the Differences between Best-In-Class (BiC), Average, and Laggard Companies’ Social Media Performance
    • Pressures on BiC Companies
    • Actions Taken by BiC Companies
    • Steps for Success for All Companies
  • The Study
    • The report investigates how companies build market awareness , improve Return on Marketing Investment (ROMI), increase customer acquisition and benefit in multiple other ways by harnessing the power of word of mouth.
    • In February 2009, Aberdeen examined the use, the experiences, and the intentions of more than 275 enterprises using social media in a diverse set of industries.
  • Benchmarking the Best-In-Class The Maturity Class Framework Structure
    • Return on Marketing Investment (ROMI)
    • Likelihood to Recommend
    • Customer Acquisition
  • Best-in-Class Status Mean Class Performance Maturity Class
    • 95%improved the likelihood of customers recommending their products or services
    • 87%improved their ROMI
    • 95% improved their customer acquisition rate
    Best-in-Class Top 20%
    • 36% improved the likelihood of customers recommending their products or services
    • 49% improved their ROMI
    • 58% improved their customer acquisition rate
    Industry Average Middle 50%
    • 2% improved the likelihood of customers recommending their products or services
    • 0% improved their ROMI
    • 6% improved their customer acquisition rate
    Laggard Bottom 30%
  • Top Pressures of the Best-in-Class Companies To Use Social Media
    • Improve brand advocacy/”likelihood to recommend” 18%
    • Increase customer retention 18%
    • Increase return on marketing investment 26%
    • Increase customer acquisition 29%
    • Increase market awareness 34%
  • Actions of Best-in-Class Companies
    • Link results of social media activities to increased revenues and other financial outcomes 18%
    • Establish a method for engaging consumers in online conversation 39%
    • Establish a method for defining social media benchmarks and goals 24%
    • Establish a method for driving advocacy/customer referrals 18%
    • Instill an organization focus on social media 26%
    • Create a team or committee dedicated to social media ROI 21%
  • Social Media Monitoring
    • Technical solutions are evolving
    • Brand management
    • Text mining
    • “ Human analysis” component in RSS and blogs, photos and video sharing
  • Steps to Success Steps Class
    • Define best practices for utilizing and deriving actionable insights for social media
    • Train selected employees to engage in online conversations with consumers
    • Establish a funding and approval process for social media marketing campaigns
    Laggards
    • Use social media monitoring capabilities to identify and measure the value of key influencers
    • Segment consumers engaged in online conversations about the company brand
    Average
    • Integrate social media marketing activities with other marketing tactics/media buys
    • Correlate customer advocacy to financial outcomes
    Best-in-Class
  • Last Step
    • Git ‘er done!