social media has a strong return on investment (ROI) – how to
Social media data is the collected information from social networks that show how users share, view or engage with your content or profiles. These numbers, percentages and statistics provide better insights into your social media strategy.
social media analytics to make sense of the raw information.
media data as the ingredients to your meal and the analysis as your recipe. Without the recipe, you wouldn’t know what to make or how to cook it.
Some of the raw social media data can include:
Key performance indicators (KPIs) are the various business metrics used to measure and analyze certain aspects of your business. Social media KPIs are the metrics that likely factor into your social media ROI.
Facebook business page, you can analyze some KPIs within the social network. The most essential Facebook metrics include (see entire article).
Engagement Rate: Total link clicks, Retweets, favorites and replies on your Tweet divided by total impressions.
Followers: Total number of Twitter followers.
Link Clicks: Total number of URL and hashtag links clicked.
Mentions: How many times your @username was mentioned by others.
Profile Visits: Total Twitter profile visits.
Replies: How many times people replied to your Tweets.
Retweets: Total Retweets received by others.
Tweet Impressions: Total of times your Tweet has been viewed whether it was clicked or not.
Tweets: How many Tweets you’ve posted.
Here are the top LinkedIn metrics:
Clicks: Total clicks on a post, company name or logo.
Engagement: Total interactions divided by number of impressions.
Followers: Total number of new followers through a sponsored update.
Impressions: Total times your update was visible to other users.
Interactions: Total number of comments, likes, comments and shares.
Average Session Duration: Average session times users spend on your site.
Bounce Rate: Percentage of users leaving your site after one page view.
New Users: Total number of new users coming to your site for the first time.
Pages / Session: Average number of pages a user views each session.
Pageviews: Number of pages loaded or reloaded in a browser.
Sessions: Total times when users are active on your site.
need to decipher what’s most important.
If you wanted to track audience growth on Facebook, consider engagement rates, new followers, Post reach and organic Likes.
For example, if you launched a social media campaign, track data that highlights your ROI. According to Mashable, your ROI cycle for a social media campaign should be set up in three stages:
41% of companies and agencies no clue about their social media financial impact. It’s nearly impossible to figure out data overnight. Instead, it takes months of tracking to ensure your future business decisions are valuable.
Come to our informal discussion on what LinkedIn is and what LinkedIn does to share knowledge and experience about LinkedIn and similar social media (e.g. Coffee, Twitter), which can help you with your college studies and future profession.Further information available on the IMS blog: http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/?s=linkedin
LinkedIn finally brought its job-finding app to Google Play this week. The app allows users to search through the network’s many job listings and apply for positions from within the app. When you find a position you’re interested in, you can easily view which of your connections also work at the company.
Keep an eye on: Notification settings — the app will alert you when a new position opens up in a field or company that interests you and will also let you know when a post is about to expire.
Pro-tip: The app’s recommendations improve over time as you search for more positions and view more open listings. It also take into account the experience and skills in your profile so make sure each section of your profile is up to date.
With a newly expanded “Add to Profile” program from LinkedIn, colleges and universities can invite their graduates to display their degrees and certificates on their LinkedIn profiles by clicking a single link.
my note: article is written for the corporate world, but there is no reason why not apply in higher ed.
While applying gaming in learning content, we create timed quizzes, mazes and other such learning tools, which award the learner points, badges or other collectibles. The same mechanics are employed to embed gamification in our strategy for delivering content. Gamification provides an added incentive for learning, making the process of learning enjoyable through the excitement of built-in gaming elements.
two strongest components that help gaming to deliver effective learning – healthy competition between peers and asense of achievement.
Collectible points that can be redeemed
Discounts on new content
Special privileges in the portal
Fame on the Social Circuit: Leading professional networking site ‘LinkedIn’ has a popular gamification element that has worked very well among users.
Our WiZDOM LMS v5.0 is a new-age Learning Management System which has the built-in capabilities of gamification to make sure that the learner feels motivated to complete the e-courses and is able to have fun while doing it! But while employing game-based learning within the LMS, a few points need to be kept in mind: