50 (of the) Best Social Media Guides, Tips and Insights of 2011 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Social media marketing has gone well beyond the hype stage and is now mainstream business practice. Influential voices like Olivier Blanchard and Jacquie McCarnan present formulas and methods for ROI calculation, while Steve Goldman contends that social media ROI can’t be measured in isolation, and Jackie Cohen reports that more than a third of CMOs still have no idea whether or not social media marketing is producing any ROI. by B2B Lead Roundtable Blog.

Tools for Monitoring Online Conversations: Part 2 of Monitor Your Brand Online

Harp Interactive

This blog post is the second in the 2 part series on brand monitoring. In case you missed the first blog post, here is the link: Monitor Your Brand Online. As promised in part one of this blog post last week, here is a comprehensive list of tools you can use to monitor, organize, archive, and manage your online reputation on the different channels and platforms that populate the World Wide Web. Monitoring Tools For: Blogs. Google Blog search. Trendrr.

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You Can’t Manage What You Can’t Measure! Social Media Analytics

Harp Interactive

They want to understand how social media marketing will meet their goals before they commit to a budget allocation for a “mythical campaign&#. Social media marketing companies like other marketing agencies need to back their claims with statistics and provide metrics to prove effectiveness. Blog Comments. Trendrr : A shareable and intuitive tool to measure the viral aspect of social media campaigns.

Twitter Changes the Social Data Ecosystem

Net-Savvy Executive

Today''s announcement that Twitter is buying Gnip raises big questions about the market for social media data. Twitter has bought other companies in the social media analysis space— BackType (2011), Bluefin Labs (2013), Trendrr (2013)—but Gnip is a bigger deal. How will these companies ("publishers" in the data market) react to the deal? Will they add (or drop) services in response to the changing market?