In the business world, the success of a great idea of often measured by its ROI, traditionally known as a company’s return on investment. Most times this means: did we get more out of it than what …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Measurement
More brands are understanding the growing influence that bloggers have in the minds of customers. As bloggers become more expensive due to an increased demand for engaging, lifestyle content – it’s important to put some analytical frameworks in place to …Read More →
There are so many different ways to measure analytics these days, especially for social media outlets. Facebook alone gives you enough numbers to make your head spin, and to be completely honest, the average bear …Read More →
So you’ve had a great month managing your client’s social media channels – engagement is on the rise, follower numbers are doubling and you’re reaching more users everyday. But just how do you breakdown all …Read More →
I have surpassed the one-year mark here at Full Circle PR, and it’s been great! I’ve learned a lot in the past year and have enjoyed continuing to grow in my role as Account Manager …Read More →
Do you know where your customers come from? When’s the last time you audited how your customers are finding you?
We do a lot of strategizing with clients to help them uncover how to best communicate …Read More →
In her most recent post, Mollie discussed best practices for tracking social media analytics for your brand. While it is always beneficial to monitor the most engaging posts and plan future interactions around this …Read More →
In the public relations industry, it’s important to never get complacent with your work. This especially applies to reporting metrics and analytics for social media initiatives. With new online tools that are frequently introduced and …Read More →
Whether your working in team or individually, effectively managing a brand’s social media activities requires a certain amount of planning and evaluation. From posting relevant content on Facebook to crafting interesting blog posts, if you …Read More →
This morning I saw someone on Twitter say that they were struggling with coming up with blog content today. I can relate.
My suggestion to them?
Revisit a blog from the past and add a comment …Read More →