Posts Tagged ‘followers’

What Your Marketing Metrics May, or May Not, be Telling You

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Marketing has long been faced with a perception that its results are difficult to accurately measure. Consequently, many business leaders are skeptical of investing money into marketing efforts, because they aren’t convinced they can tie the dollars they put into marketing to their bottom line. When it comes to online marketing, in particular, a lot of metrics have been developed to help evaluate the effectiveness of marketing efforts in the absence of the ability to measure a concrete ROI.

But, not all metrics are created equal, and not all make sense. (more…)

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Tweeting for Results

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

I’m working with a client to build awareness of her new online ratings app and she was interested in tips on how to engage followers in conversations. As I shared the following suggestions with her, I thought this might make for a good blog post (always interesting in multi-purposing!), so thought I’d share here as well. (more…)

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Generating Response, Followers and Referrals

Friday, February 19th, 2010

I just experienced an interesting phenomenon related to the release of my February e-letter. I’ve gotten into the practice of posting notices to various LinkedIn groups when a new e-letter is available, inviting new subscribers. I’ve been doing this for about 14 months now and (more…)

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