Are you looking for tools to boost your ROI?
As social media changes from an engagement-driven environment to a conversion-driven one, new tools are emerging to help you market more effectively.
In this article you’ll discover four tools to improve your social media marketing.
Have you considered fan content?
Using fan photos in your marketing is an effective way to highlight your brand, products and customers at the same time.
In this article you’ll discover five ways to drive ROI with user-generated content campaigns on social media.
Do you struggle to measure the return on your social media marketing investment?
Despite a lack of concrete proof of sales, small businesses are devoting time and dollars to Facebook marketing.
In this article you’ll discover findings from recent studies focused on Facebook marketing.
Are you wondering whether predictions for 2015 are proving true?
In this article you’ll discover findings from recent studies to help you gauge whether your social media marketing choices are on track.
Wondering how to measure the short and long term impact?
When you spend money on an ad campaign with the goal of increasing long term engagement with your audience rather than immediate sales, the results can be difficult to quantify.
In this article you’ll discover how to measure and analyze the Social ROI for your Facebook ads so you can assess their value to your business and know which ads are worth running again.
Why Track Social ROI on Facebook Ads?
Traditional conversion ad campaigns on Facebook are relatively straightforward.
Do you want to know exactly what impact social media has on your business?
In this article you’ll discover how SAP North America created a process that shows them exactly how social media is touching millions of dollars in potential business.
SAP is a global leader in enterprise-level software and services. They have nearly 67,000 employees globally, and over 15,000 in SAP North America. They service 25 different industries and 12 lines of business with enterprise software.
Are you looking to improve your professional development when it comes to social media?
Are there social networks you’ve been avoiding because you don’t have time to figure out what works?
If so, Social Media Examiner has just the event for you.
In this article I’ll share seven reasons you should attend the upcoming Social Media Success Summit.
Why Attend Social Media Success Summit 2014?
Social Media Success Summit is a live online conference spread out over four weeks—October 7, 2014 to October 30, 2014. The conference empowers you to use social media to gain more exposure for your brand, increase traffic to your website, cultivate more responsive audiences and grow your business.
Watch this “behind the scenes” tour.
These techniques give you tactics and latest techniques that will speed your path to marketing success.
Last year, 3,000 marketers attended the conference from around the globe, including thousands of small business owners and marketers from leading brands. Here’s what some of them had to say about the conference:
Want to make sure you don’t miss out on the next trend in social media?
Fresh from the 2014 Social Media Marketing Industry Report (which surveyed 2,800+ marketers), this article will highlight some of the newest social media trends faced by marketers.
Latest Research Reveals Social Media Trends
Not surprisingly, the use of visual content (infographics and memes) is set to increase over the next year—70% of marketers plan on increasing their use of these content forms.
Speaking of infographics, here’s one that illustrates some key findings from the survey:
Do you need advice on what to share?
ROI reports justify the resources allocated to social media campaigns.
In this article I’ll explore four important parts of a social media ROI report that decision makers want to see.
A Bird’s-Eye View of ROI Reports
Social media ROI reports are based on prescribed objectives, the progress of the social campaign tasked with meeting those objectives, the analysis of key performance indicators (KPIs) and whether the original objectives are met.