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How Far Did Your Tweets Travel?

How Far Did Your Tweets Travel?

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61 Social Media Metrics, Defined Of all the hundreds of social media acronyms and abbreviations out there, I think “KPI” has confounded me the most. I think it’s because the phrase “key performance indicator” always sounds like something you need to be wearing a suit in front of a Powerpoint presentation in order to say. But when you get down to it, it’s really quite simple. KPI is just a way of saying “This is the stuff that’s important enough to me to focus on and measure.”

Plans and Pricing Which social networks are supported? Crowdbooster supports Twitter and Facebook. If you are interested in seeing other networks, please vote them up in our Feedback Forum! Why do you require a credit card? Use Search on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch With iOS 9, Search lets you look for content from the web, your contacts, apps, nearby places, and more. Powered by Siri, Search offers suggestions and updates results as you type. There are two ways to use Search on your iOS device. Quick Search Drag down from the middle of the Home screen and type what you're looking for. Siri Suggestions 7 Key LinkedIn Stats: When to Post, What to Post & How to Improve A quick glance at a chart of the Internet’s fastest-growing social networks reveals what you likely already knew (Instagram is growing like mad) and what might be a surprise: LinkedIn is the third-fastest-growing social network. We at the Buffer blog can vouch for LinkedIn’s growth as our blog has experienced a swell in LinkedIn referral traffic over the past year, up 4,000 percent from last year at this time. Part of that has to do with our emphasis on updates and sharing at LinkedIn, another part has to do with the popularity of LinkedIn contributing a larger audience and more eyes to our content.

5 ways hyperlocal sites can do more with data Credit: Image by Arbron on Flickr. Some rights reserved Data journalism is still an embryonic concept in the UK's growing hyperlocal landscape. Despite some open data initiatives – and calls from the Coalition Government for an army of armchair auditors who will scrutinise public data "at a level that allows the public to see what is happening on their streets" – the results have yet to live up to the hyperlocal hyperbole. 19 Free Social Media Analytics Tools for Marketers We’ve refreshed this post for 2017, check out the latest and greatest social media analytics tools below. Where do you turn for meaningful stats on your social media marketing? I’m grateful for the insight from some truly incredible tools that help make sense of the actions I take on social media. How have my followers grown this month?

How to Export Data from the Google My Business Dashboard Insights Report [Ed. note: The following is a guest article written for Local U by Jackson Lo of] One of the biggest challenges agencies face working with small businesses is reporting. Up until now, there didn't appear to be any way for us to export our data out of Google My Business. Community Engagement and Hyperlocal News, a Practical Guide By Andrew Williams | 15th Sep 2014 Download a copy of our guide: please click here. In recent years online social media has led to big changes in the ways we communicate with each other as friends, neighbours, colleagues, citizens, and consumers. Tools like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and Flickr have also, of course, prompted organisations to communicate with people in different ways, too. Professionals such as journalists, advertisers, politicians, and PR people now routinely aim to “engage” the communities they seek to influence in conversation, and to foster dialogue among the people previously simply known as their audiences. There are many guides designed to help marketing professionals use on- and offline engagement strategies to boost sales or improve revenues.

blog.hootsuite It’s a predictable pattern: a social network emerges, eager users sign up and love it, brands see an opportunity and sign up as well, then people complain about brands ruining said social network. This narrative is still a common one, despite the fact that most people expect brands to be on social media, for everything from customer service to contests to commercials. So what is it about the way some brands behave on social that people resent? We asked our Twitter followers that question, and the answer largely comes down to two critical mistakes that too many brands continue to make: Focusing too much on themselves, and trying too hard to act like the cool kid in the room. The State of UK Hyperlocal Community News: A Survey By Andrew Williams | 7th Jul 2014 A report based on the largest ever survey of UK hyperlocal news producers has been published. In November last year a research team I’m involved with launched a survey of hyperlocal community news producers. We wanted to find out what kinds of news hyperlocal sites produce, what democratic roles their news might play, and how successful and sustainable these news services actually are. 183 people filled in the survey, making it the biggest of its kind in the UK ever. Numbers have been crunched, findings analysed, and the report is now ready for release.

Social Media Community Guidelines Welcome to our community! We welcome the opportunity to hear from you and would like to share some basic “Rules of Engagement” that will allow each participant to gain from our social media communities. We’ll do our best to talk candidly about the topics that are important to you, listen to your feedback, answer your questions, and be transparent about sharing information.

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