39% of businesses do not track their social campaigns and it’s leading to missed opportunities. I’ll show you how to effectively track hashtags during events, and methods you can use to build a wide-reaching campaign. I will focus on two things: The important metrics you should be prepared to measure when you run a hashtag campaign Simple tricks you can use to generate a wider reach Important Social Campaign Metrics Most social campaigns are designed
As soon as I see versus used in the title of an article in marketing, I get a little bit queasy. This infographic below from Devesh Design does a great job of putting into perspective the need for customers to utilize email for their company. I have no doubt as to the power of email and it’s ability as a push marketing technology to motivate subscribers to take action. It works… and everyone should be
The premise of the infographic is good and bad, but I don’t know that it quite hit the nail on the head. The pros (good) are all very valid statistics supporting social media marketing efforts, but the cons speaks to gaps in understanding, strategy and analysis more than marketing with the medium. Let’s take them one at a time. 50% of C-Suite aren’t convinced of social media’s value. This could be a number of issues.
By now all marketing professionals know that the key to engaging any social community is sharing content of value to them. Of course, it’s also important to optimize that content with great imagery and to share it at the ideal time to reach the optimal audience. Pagemodo has not only given us best practices and strategies for sharing content on Facebook, they also provide a platform for posting that content – Pagemodo Posts. With Pagemodo
As with much marketing and sales, connecting the dots is sometimes difficult between the activity consumers take and the actual point of purchase. No doubt, though, that there is a correlation between social activity and purchase behavior. CMOs are beginning to acquire research that there is causation as well… exciting stuff! This infographic from SocialAnnex, a social media marketing platform for ecommerce, provides some key findings. Useful customer information, be it leads, demographics, sentiment, consumer
Social CRM is one of those terms that tends to get overused and confused. It seems virtually every company that has any social features has begun to classify their applications in the Social CRM realm. In my opinion, there are several features that a social platform must have before it calls itself a Social CRM: Monitoring – the ability to monitor social in real-time and set up alerts. Identification – the ability to capture the