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Measure This.

A day in the life of social measurement. Several times a day, industry experts tweet about the breaking news, insights, and cool tools on social media measurement. My colleagues curate and share [...]

 

My SXSW Experience

  Lots of people attending SXSW this year were newbies, including me. I came because I was invited to moderate a panel about the growth and impact of social marketing budgets. (more on that in [...]

 

SXSW Interactive Highlights – March 13th

After an all-day marathon of sessions and all-night parties, I must admit that it was hard to get up and get motivated for another full day of activities. Fortunately, I was able to get myself [...]

 

Measuring Social Media is Dangerous

This is a late but timely second installment of Measuring Social Media is Dangerous. The other day I logged onto Venture Beat.  Low and behold the number of funded companies engaged in or [...]

 

Growing Beyond Social Experimentation

  I’ve always loved the phrase “Grandmother Research.” It’s a casual approach to gathering input about a topic of interest. The person conducting the survey asks everyone they know [...]

 

Best practices in measurement released!

I sit on the Word of Mouth Marketing Association’s (WOMMA) Research and Measurement Council. Over the last year we had the very important task of defining key measurement models fundamental to [...]

 

I’m tired and my head hurts……

  But not from the usual Vegas reasons: staying up late, losing money and drinking too much. I did none of those during the three day WOMMA 2009 Summit in sin city. My excuse is too much [...]

 

The Gravity Rule

When helping brands and organizations think through community strategy, we are asked a handful of questions by almost everyone. They fall into three major categories: · Overall approach and program [...]

 

The Tower of Babble

There is a story about the Tower of Babel in which a great tower was built in the city of Babylon thousands of years ago. Babylon was a cosmopolitan city, many of the citizens were very impressed [...]

 

Is it really good or only relatively good?

  I sometimes feel like Diogenes searching for an honest man. Only I’m looking for an honest benchmark. What’s that? A yard stick for social marketing performance that tells me if a program [...]