I would love to do some formal research on this on the day job, the following is just highlighting a probabble definition and formula, it certainly doesn’t include any formal methodology or practiced process. There’s been a great deal of talk about ‘virality’ or ‘word … Continue readingSocial Media Measurement Attribute: Defining Velocity
I’m starting a new series, called Social Media Frequently Asked Questions. It’s a collection of the top asked questions I hear over and over. I’m putting them here on my blog is a great place to help everyone quickly get educated, convince their boss, or … Continue readingSocial Media FAQ #3: How Do I Measure ROI?
Don’t forget to attend this Complimentary Webinar on Social Media Measurement How to Listen Effectively and Engage in the Conversation this Thursday at 12:30 EST/9:30PST with Glenn Fannick, Product Development Manager at Dow Jones, my client. It’s not often I’m able to do free webinars, … Continue readingSocial Media Measurement Webinar this Thursday
I’m watching more closely the movement within the widget industry, it’s growing quickly, and we expect 2008 to have some serious growth from this market. Expect widget advertising networks to appear this year, and as a result, the need to measure and watch this distributed … Continue readingList of companies that measure widget measurement or metrics
A few months ago I co-wrote a webinar with Matt Toll of Dow Jones on Social Media Measurement. I know this topic well, as I had to measure the community program at Hitachi Data Systems, and I partly used their product in addition to other … Continue readingNeed to learn about Social Media Measurement? Free webinar with Glenn Fannick of Dow Jones and myself
Thanks to you all I was alerted that my feed was acting screwy, (thanks Matt Dunlap for the extra help) I was able to identify the problem in my recent post. I believe that when there’s a problem with something, you should quickly identify it … Continue readingFixing my Feed problem with Feedburner’s Feedsmith: Increase of 66% measurable readership
Measurement is important I’m pretty particular about stats, measurement has always been pretty important, in the corporate landscape measurement is needed to help justify success (or failure) even if you already know something is working to executives. After defining ones goals, you should setup a … Continue readingDon’t ignore del.icio.us and Stumbleupon