Are you looking to better understand your fans?
When you collect data from your fans, you can make your products better and improve customer service.
In this article I’ll share three ways to use social media to gather leads and insights from your fans.
Social media campaigns not only improve your reach and extend your brand recognition, they collect information you can use to improve current products, create new ones and stay in better touch with your fans.
Campaigns range from Facebook apps and promotions to landing pages, online offers, data forms, RSS feeds and more. Use campaigns to gain a wealth of information to enhance your customers’ experience.
Have you tried split testing?
Using Google Analytics gives you an idea of which social media tactics are working so you can change directions if needed.
In this article you’ll discover how to use Google Analytics for informal split testing.
Why Use Google Analytics for Split Testing?
Split testing is a crucial part of any digital marketing strategy. Unfortunately, unless you’re running high-budget ad campaigns, it’s nearly impossible to test different creative on social media using traditional split testing formats.
Would you like to improve your Twitter marketing?
Are you testing to see what gives you the best results?
Traditionally, split testing is a practice that’s applied to individual pages on your website to compare page variations and ultimately determine conclusively which version results in the highest overall conversion rate.
However, implementing split tests on your website alone is short-sighted! In fact, you can harness the power of split testing to generate valuable information about your target audience and their overall engagement with your brand on social media websites.
To see how to do this, let’s go step by step through how to carry out a split test on Twitter.
Step #1 – Create Your Split Test Tweet
The first step in the split testing process is to craft the text of the tweeted message you’ll use.
As an example, suppose you want to determine when your Twitter followers are most active. While services like Tweriod will estimate popular times, narrowing down these ranges and confirming their effectiveness using split testing will help you determine when future tweets should be published to reach the biggest, most engaged audience.