Report: Social Marketing Is More Than Just Likes [Report]
JUNE 25, 2012
Tweet Recently, ComScore , the global leader in measuring the digital world, published a report on social marketing and how it’s not just about getting likes! The report called “The Power of Like 2 – How Social Marketing Works” was made in a research collaboration with Facebook in order to deliver unique insights on social media marketing. Facebook pages are the go-to destination.
How to Kick-Start Your Content Marketing [Report]
SEPTEMBER 12, 2012
According to the paper, the formula for success is fairly simple: Provide people the information they want, when they want it and where they want it – but this may not be as easy as it sounds. In the report, Founder & Group CEO of Mindjumpers, Jonas Klit Nielsen, states: “Companies need to be ready to think as publishers and not marketers. Go through one step at a time.
Millennials On Mobile, Social Media [Report]
The Realtime Report
DECEMBER 6, 2012
adults to feel that social media sites are very important for finding information about news and current events, according to a new report from Scarborough Research. A few highlights from the report: 60% of respondents had visited a friend’s page or profile during the previous 30 days. The November 2012 Scarborough Research report, “ OMG! 49% had updated a status.
Clickbait: Information overload! How can brands cut-through all the noise?
APRIL 12, 2016
At Mindjumpers we help companies and brands to think as publishers and provide end-to-end social media management across multiple markets, encompassing full social strategy, planned and reactive content creation, analysis and reporting. You won’t believe the hidden message in this blog post! Or rather – there isn’t one, I just wanted you to click through and read this. Platform crackdown.
Community Management Continues to Mature [REPORT]
APRIL 4, 2012
The Community Roundtable’s essential 2012 State of Community Management Report is out. This report is a must read every year. organizations are not sure how to integrate community management into existing workflows (because it has to create information sharing in different ways than it was set up to happen, if information sharing happens at all between departments).
Reporter’s Twitter Account Suspended for Critiquing Olympics Coverage
JULY 31, 2012
According to Dictionary.com , censor means, “An official who examines books, plays, news reports, motion pictures, radio and television programs, letters, cablegrams, etc., NBC released a statement saying: We filed a complaint with Twitter because a user tweeted the personal information of one of our executives. Have you ever heard of censorship? ” And now the “etc.”
Twitter Responds to Reports of Leaked Passwords
JUNE 10, 2016
Twitter responded to widespread reports of security breaches and leaked passwords with a blog post by trust and information security officer Michael Coates. Coates wrote that Twitter investigated recent claims of user names and passwords for sale, and it found that the information was not obtained by hacking its servers: The purported Twitter @names and passwords may have been amassed from combining information from other recent breaches, malware on victim machines that are stealing passwords for all sites, or a combination of both. two-factor authentication ).
What Social Marketers Need to Know From Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends Report 2016
JUNE 7, 2016
Mary Meeker’s annual KPCB Internet Trends Report is a legendary and much-anticipated document for every person in business. This year’s report gave an intricate overview of the global economy before delving into more specific topics relevant to us marketers. Quick Reports for Measuring Brand Awareness Download. The 2015 Instagram Industry Report Download.
5 Ways You Aren’t Using Facebook Ad Reports
OCTOBER 1, 2015
There was a time when Facebook ad reports were a secret among the most knowledgable advertisers. But since Facebook redesigned Ads Manager, the ad reports are now front and center. Let’s take a closer look at five of the ways advertisers like you need to be using Facebook ad reports… Facebook ad reports are powerful, but are you using them in these five ways?
4 Tools to Help Build a Social Media Analytics Report
Convince & Convert
MARCH 13, 2013
Utilizing the advanced segment features within Google Analytics , we can collect a wealth of information about how each social channel is performing with respect to driving traffic and conversions on a website. Tools to Help Build a Social Media Analytics Report is a post from: Convince and Convert: Social Media Strategy and Content Marketing Strategy. Actionable Analytics. PinLeague.
Introducing the Tag Report: Analyze Performance Across Your Tagged Messages
JULY 14, 2016
Today we’re excited to introduce the Tag Report. With the Tag Report, social media managers can analyze the effectiveness of tagged messages with insights on volume and performance patterns. The new Tag Report provides a summary of messages tagged from Compose and in the Smart Inbox. If you’re using tags to categorize published messages, the report provides engagement metrics.
Analyze Performance with the New Facebook Pages Report
JUNE 15, 2016
Sprout’s Facebook Pages Report has experienced a major redesign to include an abundance of new data. Our new report enables users to analyze message volume, engagement, paid activity and audience demographics across one or more Pages through our Facebook Analytics tools. Analyze the demographics of different audience segments to inform message targeting. What’s New?
The 5 Top Google Analytics Reports for Social Media Marketers
Convince & Convert
AUGUST 22, 2012
Where: At the top of the Standard Reporting interface, you’ll find a button for “Advanced Segments.” What: View reports that show the real-time and latent impact social media has on sales and goal conversion. Why: Social reports from Google Analytics allow social media marketers to understand what impact social media has now or later in the sales conversion process.
2013 State of Community Management Report Stresses Importance of Community Managers
JUNE 24, 2013
So I was super excited to get a peek at the first report of the Community Roundtable’s 2013 State of Community Management yesterday and even more excited to see that it contains some great findings that should hopefully help show businesses that community management DOES matter. The biggest takeaway from the report, though, is that community management matters.
Triple X Niche Case Study Update: Expenses Report
DECEMBER 18, 2013
As promised in the first update I’m going to be sharing our respective reports in the same order so you’ll first hear about Diggy’s expenses, then mine, then Mr.V a.k.a If you would like more information on these tools, be sure to follow my thread (stickied at the top) on the case studies forum. Vladimir’s. Web Hosting : $14. GSA Search Engine Ranker : $99.
Leadtail Releases 2013 B2B Social Marketing Report
Blue Focus Marketing
SEPTEMBER 17, 2013
B2B marketing firm Leadtail has recently released the B2B Social Marketing Report: Marketing Executives on Twitter. According to the report, Leadtail designed the study to help marketers better answer questions such as (1) which social networks should you invest time and money in?, (2) what topics should you create content around?, among others.
Companies Are Data-Rich and Insight-Poor [Report]
JANUARY 24, 2013
The amount of customer data can be overwhelming, and some companies therefore fail to turn the data into useful information and insight. The report Data-Rich and Insight-Poor Marketers Planning to Turn Information Into Intelligence in 2013 Survey Report by Infogroup Targeting Solutions and Yesmail Interactive states that consumers are overwhelmed by the amounts of messages.
Nielsen Report: Blogs Still on the Rise | ClickZ
MARCH 13, 2012
Nielsen Report: Blogs Still on the Rise. Everyday humans are churning out more content than ever, and blogging remains an important avenue for consumer expression, according to an NM Incite report published today. Digital Consumer Report State of The Media: Q3-Q4 2011. People can swallow small bites of information from Twitter and Facebook much easier without having to read several paragraphs," says Mudd, whose clients include Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Verizon and Synovus. About us Contact us FAQ Write for us Advertise Report a bug Newsletter problems? Mobile.
Eight steps to thriving on information overload
Buzz Marketing for Technology
JUNE 27, 2008
Books and Reports. « Professional services network offsite: Tapping the Power of Collaboration | Main | Audio stream of radio interview on Facebook, networks, connectivity, and media » Eight steps to thriving on information overload. In a world in which the pace of developments and amount of information available in any given domain is soaring out of sight, itâ??s
Reports of Websites Going Down for Lack of ICANN Email Verification
MAY 23, 2014
There are reports that ICANN is now taking websites offline because of failures to verify ones’ email address. If Registrar does not receive an affirmative response from the Account Holder), Registrar shall verify the applicable contact information manually, but is not required to suspend any registration. So, if you get one of those emails, then do NOT ignore them.
Social Business Intelligence: Wisdom from the Outside-In
Buzz Marketing for Technology
MAY 23, 2012
Surveys are episodic and offer inauthentic information since the questions themselves alter the answers given, creating a distance between reality and what is articulated. Focus Groups suffer from the most human of all issues; the loudest person in the group wins and sways others through a combination of charisma and decibels. In both cases, the information rendered is faulty.
How Journalists Use Social Media to Report the News
MAY 7, 2014
A new report from the Indiana University School of Journalism shows how US jouranlist are using social media to report the news. journalists conducted during the fall of 2013, the new report updates previous findings and adds new ones concerning the role of social media in journalism. 56.2% use it to find additional information about a topic. 40% of U.S. Many U.S.
49 Noteworthy Social Networking Stats and Facts
FEBRUARY 23, 2016
But despite the fact that 92% of small businesses agree that social media is important for their business AND that the majority use Facebook for their social media marketing, most also report that they don’t know whether their Facebook outreach is “working.” ( Social Media Examiner ). 46% of Twitter users follow news organizations, reporters or commentators. Infinit Datum ). 4.
Nielsen Social Media Report: mobile social web use on the rise
OCTOBER 10, 2011
If you haven’t seen it yet, the Q3 2011 Social Media Report released this September by Nielsen is worth a look. Yes–these are the guys who do the TV ratings, and they’re measurement and information leaders for online and mobile media, as well. Highlights of Nielsen’s “State of the Media: The Social Media Report”. As listed on the NielsenWire blog.
Traditional Media reporting on Social Media
MARCH 17, 2011
First we need someone to pass the information on, via a retweet or something. There’s a wild ride at the moment as traditional media slogs it out with social media. Stories that are popular in online communities become mainstream media news. And well, celebrities made by traditional media bite back in social networks. Twitter is not broadcast so much as Ripple. Click for larger image.
Crowd-Sourced Information Online: Helpful or Harmful?
The Social Media Incubator
JANUARY 6, 2012
There’s been quite a bit of discussion about the reliability of online information that is compiled by individual users (think Wikipedia ). It has been creating buzz because, if passed, the Act “…makes the streaming of unauthorized content a felony,” reported MSNBC.com. Others rely on shared information from internet users on a daily basis.
#measurePR Recap (July 2016): Smart Reporting
AUGUST 3, 2016
So how can PR pros move beyond impressions and report “smart” metrics? Necessary because they are a bit of information—evil because they’re a very small part of the picture. We then had some fun with the question that asked, “What is the most boring, useless PR report you’ve ever seen?” A7: If you find PR reporting & measurement difficult, you’re in good company.
Your Client Hates You and You Don’t Even Know it
OCTOBER 7, 2015
You may think your client is too busy to care about what you’re working on day-to-day, but I can guarantee they want to stay informed at some level. It simply means keeping them informed, without being asked, even when you think nothing is worth sharing. Lazy Reporting. When I was running an agency, my team occasionally got lazy on reporting. I’m not proud of this.
18 of the Best Content Marketing Strategy Guides of 2013
DECEMBER 11, 2013
Noting that “The old adage — build it and they will come — doesn’t work for content marketing,” Laurie Sullivan reports on Forrester Research guidance on building a content distribution strategy to overcome the glut on content online. Content marketing is a hot topic, primarily in the B2B world but increasingly in consumer marketing as well. by GO Marketing.
What’s the law around aggregating news online? A Harvard Law report on the risks and the best practices
OCTOBER 18, 2010
Harvard Law report on the risks and the best practices By Kimberley Isbell / Sept. 8 / 10:30 a.m. [So much of the web is built around aggregation — gathering together interesting and useful things from around the Internet and presenting them in new ways to an audience. Plaintiff generates or gathers information at a cost. The information is time-sensitive. But are they legal?
Facebook’s New Ad Products for Brick-and-Mortar Retailers
JUNE 14, 2016
Store locator allows Facebook users to quickly access a map displaying the locations of a retailer’s physical store locations, as well as information including address, hours, phone number, website and estimated travel time to reach those stores. People can click on the map in the ad to see information about nearby locations. Gain demographic insights about people who purchase.
Hawaii Tsunami Proves Social Media Power Again: Information is a.
Bare Feet Studios
FEBRUARY 27, 2010
If you think about the mechanics of panic, it largely stems from a lack of information and and abundance of misinformation. Here are several use cases from the past 12 hours here in Hawaii where the free flow of information both locally and globally served to keep both panic and perhaps a tsunami at bay. Its a cool system we think for sharing information and compensation.
Monday Roundup: Smart Reporting
JULY 11, 2016
Tomorrow #measurePR takes a look at smart reporting with three stellar guests: Founder and CEO of IrisPR, Aly Saxe ; CEO of Geben Communication, Heather Whaling ; and digital PR Strategist and Author of “SMART News,” Sally Falkow. Author information Shonali Burke President & CEO at Shonali Burke Consulting, Inc. Around the Web smart reportingSee you soon!
The Calgary Zoo Shares its Annual Report on Instagram
Convince & Convert
MAY 9, 2013
When preparing its 2012 Annual Report, The Calgary Zoo traded its traditional PDF for Instagram. Proclaiming the 2012 Annual Report “The Year of the Penguins,” 55 photos and captions serve as the report pages and content. As noted in one of the images, “the early bird gets the shot,” and with their Instagram Annual Report, the Calgary Zoo did just that.
Trust, Disclosure & Content: 3 Keys to Thought Leadership in the Media [Report Review]
MAY 22, 2015
These were some of the key findings of D S Simon’s 14th Media Influencers Report (you’ll need to give them your email address if you want a copy; the report is free and they sent me one for this review); this is a pretty good summary from PRWeek. ” And sure enough, you can see from the report that Twitter and Facebook are the most frequented social networks when it comes to giving journos story ideas. Trust, Disclosure & Content: 3 Keys to Thought Leadership in the Media [Report Review] is a post from: Shonali Burke Consulting, Inc.
10 Recent Changes Impacting Facebook Advertisers
AUGUST 12, 2016
There are two primary indicators when considering whether a headline is click bait: …(1) if the headline withholds information required to understand what the content of the article is; and (2) if the headline exaggerates the article to create misleading expectations for the reader. Showing More Personally Informative Stories. What is “informative?” Surveying.
How to Meet Your Consumers’ Social Media Expectations
NOVEMBER 14, 2012
In a recent report from Get Satisfaction , the expectations of this so-called 2nd generation of social media consumers versus the actions of brands have been sized and measured to give a status of how brands navigate in the landscape of social networks. At least, this is the initial step in the conscious part of the information search. Read the full Get Staisfaction report here.