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The Social Media Monitoring Lighthouse – A Guide on What and How to Monitor

Razor Social

Is all that social media activity paying off? Listening is just as important as sharing on social media Click To Tweet. The Social Media Monitoring Lighthouse. People mention what they are doing on social media channels and they also look for advice. Relevant Influencers drive conversation and action so they are an important part of social media. Sentiment Analysis. Social Analytics. Media Monitoring.

Monitoring vs Analytics [Infographic]

Buzz Marketing for Technology

After two years at the helm of Avaya’s social media strategy which produced a very strong ROI in the Social Customer Support area, I am happy to say we finally got that strategy institutionalized within the Support organization so I found myself with a rare opportunity to evolve our strategy from brand monitoring and reputation management to something higher order like Social Insights. Great for small brands and the do it yourselfer social strategists.

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Automation in Public Relations Measurement: Yea/Nay?

Waxing UnLyrical

Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali Automation in Public Relations Measurement: Yea/Nay? November 18th, 2010 Tweet Guest post by Seth Duncan As a researcher in the PR industry, I couldn’t be more excited about some of the advances I’ve seen around automation in media measurement over the past several years. votes, comments, inbound links) and web analytics data (e.g.

Profiling your social customer

Jeff Esposito

Do you know what types of customers are connected to your company on social media? It might sound like something trivial, but marketers and communicators working in social media are going to need to know it as more C-level executives turn their eyes to the Twitters and Facebooks of the world. Unfortunately if you can’t find time to start developing a profile of your social customers, your company will eventually find someone who can.