The fleeting rush of a major influencer or prospective client responding to a ‘DM’ via Twitter may not be nearly as important for your brand or organization as a kick-ass annual report.
To help integrate social data into your measurement strategy, here are 6 tips PR professionals should keep in mind.
PR pros are in business to advance the cause of their organizations. Their research, measurement and evaluation must meet the needs of the organization and decision-making.
There are certain elements that should be included in all measurement dashboards if you hope to properly collect and analyze data about your communication efforts.
The key to helping news-minded PR pros communicate effectively with quant-minded marketers and business execs is not to develop a one-size fits all über metric, but to coordinate on a common set of communications goals and measure what matters.
The Pinterest analytics space is largely uncharted. Let’s take a look at 9 tools you can use to see how your strategy on the social platform is working.
It is easier than ever to collect data about how your online communication is working. It seems that most organizations are sticking with the easy stuff, however. What happens after someone likes your brand or shows up on your webpage? Even if they “engage” with your brand on social media, where does that lead?
It’s another sign for communicators that if they want to extend their reach—and spike their brand’s Google rankings—they’re going to have to add more visual storytelling to their messaging.