At the PR News Social Media Summit in Huntington Beach, Calif., Sean Swentek, VP of Social Media with Opus Bank, shared with attendees six things to consider when choosing an analytics tool.
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Here’s four things communicators should consider when looking for a social media analytics tool.
By taking the time to dive into the measurement data, communicators will be better prepared to defend their work in the boardroom.
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