Influence is a percentage of positive neutral and negative sentiment in

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read it yourself to check the sentiments. Influence is a percentage of positive, neutral and negative sentiment in relation to the engagement metrics and to the metrics for reach where applicable. Look at the influence of those who engaged with your brand. You need a mix of influential users and average users, and you need to engage with them to keep them. The Lead Generation Funnel Exposure, influence and engagement represent brand awareness in the measurement funnel. They allow you to define your presence and impact. The lead generation section is where the brand awareness portion of the funnel ends and the traditional ROI-driven action begins. You need to make the information about your digital media marketing easy to analyse. Excel or Google Sheets can help you to organise the data. Put the information in the same sort of format you use in traditional campaigns. View social media as just another aspect of the marketing mix.
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11 WORKBOOK | © 2020 YOUNG RABBIT PTY LTD, AUSTRALIAN PACIFIC COLLEGE BSB42415 CERTIFICATE IV IN MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION | DIGITAL MEDIA_V1.9 Activity 1.1 Read the article below for more on social media marketing measurement. What are the key suggestions that Michael Stelzner makes in relation to measuring your social media marketing? Is Social Media Marketing Measurable? The Big Debate. By Michael Stelzner I’m sure you’ve come across these objections… “Where’s the money?” “Prove to me social media marketing works.” “Show me the metrics!” If you’re just getting started with social media marketing, get ready—these challenges are coming. Perhaps you’ve asked them yourself. “It’s not possible to quantify social media marketing,” says one pundit. “Anything can be measured,” says another. Then come the phrases such as return on invested time , return on objective , return on participation , share of voice , and the list goes on endlessly. If you’re a little confused, you’re not alone! The dreaded “How do I measure the effectiveness of social media?” is one of the biggest questions marketers want answered, according to the Social Media Marketing Industry Report —a study of over 800 social media marketers. () So what is the answer? I gave myself a mission: Find out the best way to measure social media return on investment (ROI). I queried marketing executives at major corporations, scoured all the leading thinkers’ writings and contacted my peers. What follows is an important discussion on measuring social media return. Start by Defining Social Media The first thing I discovered is it’s essential to rethink the common phrases we use. And that starts with social media . Social media is bigger than you might think . Social media communities could include sites like Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. But they also may incorporate
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12 WORKBOOK | © 2020 YOUNG RABBIT PTY LTD, AUSTRALIAN PACIFIC COLLEGE BSB42415 CERTIFICATE IV IN MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION | DIGITAL MEDIA_V1.9 people commenting on your blog and your YouTube videos. They may even include forums and private communities hosted by your company.
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