How to Measure the Impact of Social Media: Webinar

1068423345_160x600How do you measure the impact of your social media efforts?  How can you tell if you’re building the kind of web presence that will help you reach the right audience?

Part three of the BlackBerry Wednesday Webinar series focuses on how we can determine if we’re using blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and other social media to effectively connect with the right audience.

Please join us this Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 1 pm New York time for what promises to be an informative hour.  Three experts in web analytics and measuring social media activity will share their expertise and best practices for analyzing the effectiveness of our online activities.  The panelists include:

Areas covered during this one-hour webinar will include what key performance indicators to measure, how to grade measurements, and what tools are available to help analyze social media performance.  You’ll also pick up some best practices for doing competitive analysis, as well some ideas for creating an action plan based off of your analysis.

Register for this FREE webinar.

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See you on Wednesday!  Join us!

And a big thank you to BlackBerry for sponsoring the Wednesday Webinars series.

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Brent Leary


Brent Leary Brent Leary is a Partner at CRM Essentials and organizer of the Social Business Atlanta conference. Brent serves on the advisory board of The University of Toronto CRM Center of Excellence, writes the Social CRM column for Inc.com's technology site, and blogs at Brent's Social CRM Blog.

4 Reactions

  1. I’m registered and I’ll be there. Look forward to it.

  2. Brent: I will be there. I have enjoyed your webinars.

  3. TJ McCue

    Thanks Brent. Will retweet shortly. I will share this with a few of the Sales Rescue Team recipients, too, as they are often looking for ideas in this arena.

  4. I’m there! Looking forward to this one.

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