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The goals of any organization should be where the metrics for social media begin. Social media behaviour should contribute and align with these goals in order to achieve online success and ultimately drive sales. Tripcentral.ca is a hybrid brick-and-mortar/online travel agency based out of Hamilton, Ontario. While many agencies are trying to stay afloat, Tripcentral.ca is still growing. They just opened a new storefront location earlier this month! Their Mission statement is “to make the best planning, booking, and travel experience for our customers by matching their changing needs, providing advice, and saving them time.” They have spent a lot of time and money building proprietary software for their online presence so they can do just that. They have a regular blog with excellent advice and suggestions for improved travel experiences. They have a Facebook page with a 4.8 star review rating that they typically respond to within an hour. But how do they measure their online presence? How do they qualify the worth of their social media efforts?

Using Social Media Metrics to Power Positive Change

jvaishnav   November 4, 2015
Using Social Media Metrics to Power Positive Change

Organization name: GE Capital (Australia) Industry: Financial Services Name of contact: Leigh Price, Social Media Lead Analyst Web references: SlideShare:¬†Measuring Social Media. Four Metrics that Matter CMO.com Interview: Jon Brancheau, VP of Marketing, Nissan Article: The Hidden Cost of Ignoring Social Media #SimplySocial podcast Forbes.com: Measuring Social Networking Success: More Than Just Likes SocialMediaExaminer: Research Shows Metrics Marketers Think Matter… Read more »

Social Media Metrics – Not Everything is QUANTIFIABLE

alexis klein   February 26, 2015

Organization Name: Millennium1 Solutions Industry: Business Process Outsourcing Name of contact if available: Holly Abbott – Director, Quality & Corporate Communication Web references: Millennium1 Solutions When it comes to social media, companies either embrace the concept or stay clear of it.¬† To some executives, social media is an integral part of their marketing strategy while for others, it is just… Read more »