Social media marketing- track, then measure for success


Social media marketing- track, then measure for success


Tracking data is key to determining the return on investment (ROI) of a social media marketing program; however, it is just one step in determining the Social media measurementROI of a marketing campaign.   You must be diligent about measuring various elements of a social media marketing campaign to really know its impact.   At UpwardAction® , we measure:

  1. Client acquisition cost in terms of money and time invested;
  2. Number of leads before and after social media marketing;
  3. Number of qualified leads before and after social media marketing;
  4. Client conversation rates before and after social media marketing; and
  5. Revenue per client before and after social media marketing, among other things.

Once you know what to measure, the next step is to put into place automated systems to analyze the bottom-line results before and after the implementation of your social media marketing plan.

Inquiring minds want to know: What data will you start to collect and measure today? Leave your response in the comment section. I want to hear from you!

Expect the Best!

Coach TC

Tasha Cooper Coleman, Esq. (Coach TC)
Speaker, Author, Executive Coach
Personal Branding & Digital Marketing Strategist for Lawyers, Law Firms and Professional Service Providers
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TC Cooper is an Amazon best selling author, lawyerpreneur and president of UpwardAction®. She is also the founder of the CooperZone Virtual Learning System, which includes the Linked Impact Academy, Tweeple Impact Academy, Live Streaming Impact Academy and Social Media Magic Coaching Group. As the CEO of UpwardAction®, TC helps lawyers, consultants and other professional service providers leverage the power of the Internet to build influential brands and sustainable businesses. TC earned her law degree at Columbia Law School, where she was a Harlan Fisk Stone Scholar, and her BA with honors from Hampton University. She is also a certified coach and graduate of CoachU.