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Are You Using the Best Ever Social Media Analytics Tool?

A simple online survey.

There are so  social media analytic tools to measure social media and other emerging technologies, that we’ve created a new genre of Shiny Objective Syndrome — Data Puking disorder.   We’ve become addicted to generating pretty charts and graphs, while taking any opportunity to play with any new (and especially free) social media measurement tool that we  read about on blogs.… Read More

How To Make Measurement Fun!

Last week I wrote about nonprofit “measurement malaise” that keeps some nonprofits putting a measurement strategy for their integrated communications campaigns into practice. In the comments, I asked how can we make measurement fun?  In response, Jono Smith said that was like asking how to make going to the dentist fun!… Read More

Does Your Nonprofit Organization Have Measurement Malaise?

Malaise  is a feeling of general discomfort or uneasiness, of being “out of sorts.”   Lately, I’ve been hearing about  “measurement malaise” infecting nonprofits and not just social media measurement.   Maybe it is the feeling that measurement requires data collection and that will cause even more information overload  and why we put the task on the organizational back burner.… Read More

What is your nonprofit supporter’s decision journey in age of information overload?

 

Yesterday,  I blogged about the  “Valid Metrics Framework” from the AMEC that provides a suggested guide post for selecting the right metrics to measure social media in the context of an integrated communications campaign.   The framework uses actions and results across a continuum that based on the marketing funnel or AIDA framework.  … Read More

How To Standardize Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Measurement: Use This Grid

Last week public relations and measurement professionals met in Lisbon for a  Summit hosted by AMEC (The International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communications).   Of interest, was an workshop that was designed to begin setting the standards in social media measurement co-facilitated by KD Paine, an expert in communications and social media measurement.  … Read More