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Measure the success of your social media business strategy
 
Filling a key need for serious online marketers, Social Media Metrics gives you an A-Z guide to using data to drive your social media marketing efforts. Inside you'll find how best to assess your Twitter and Facebook followings (hint: more is not always better), how to maximize your social media ROI, how to use social media metrics to effectively make your case to skeptics, and much more. Filled with the numbers that matter and specific examples of how to use them, Social Media Metrics equips you to successfully market on the social Web.
 
"Jim Sterne has been at the cutting edge of this industry since before there even was an industry. If you're focused on measurement, you need his take on it."
--Seth Godin, author, Linchpin
 
"Companies know they must have a social strategy, yet when approaching emerging technologies, measuring ROI is a challenge. Thankfully, we've got Social Media Metrics, in which Jim provides actionable frameworks and how-tos. This is a desktop reference that professionals should keep in close reach."
--Jeremiah Owyang, Web strategist
 
"Jim Sterne has been in the business of teaching us how to measure the immeasurable for fifteen years. With this wonderful book, he brings his wisdom to the problem du jour: social media. In a faith-based medium, you'll learn how to be data driven!"
--Avinash Kaushik, author, Web Analytics 2.0

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Jim Sterne produced the world's first "Marketing on the Internet" seminar series in 1994. Today, Sterne is an internationally known speaker on digital marketing and customer interaction and aconsultant to Fortune 500 companies and Internet entrepreneurs. He is founder of the eMetrics Marketing Optimization Summit and cofounder of the Web Analytics Association.
For more information, please visit JimSterne.com.

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Fails to deliver on the promises of the back-cover synposis 26. Oktober 2010
Von ICUH8N - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
This is an entirely worthless text written by a rambling cynic that's mostly filled with "No s*** Sherlock" tips and tricks. Sadly, it fails to deliver on its promises and is utterly and completely bereft of real scientific methodologies, data tracking tools, or insight into translating social media phenomenon into actionable solutions for your organization, blog, podcast, etc.

Instead of these helpful ideas you'll receive asinine anecdotes and amazing self-serving statements like, "I've spent the last 30 years explaining why computers are so incredible." Even more frustrating is that on occasion the book lands on a great idea, such as "Lots of tools are out there to help you monitor what pearls your wisdom others deem worth of retweeting" but then just leaves it as a passing statement without actually going into any depth on what tools are, how to actually scrub for things like BOTS vs real people, how to use them or which one is more advantageous, etc.

In short, Social Media Metrics is easily the worst business text in my library.
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Make a difference and succeed in the online world 1. April 2010
Von Daniel Waisberg - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Jim Sterne describes in this book techniques and strategies that are essential in order to optimize companies' efforts when it comes to Social Media efforts. This is the first book in this arena and it is a game changer for companies looking to increase their social presence and profitability in any social media: forums, review sites, social networks, blogs, microblogs, and others.

The book will help readers to manage Social Media as a serious business tool, a corporate asset in a world where companies become more aware / vulnerable to customers' opinions and needs. It will help them convince upper management to invest resources in social media and understand how profitable Social Media is for the organization.

As the author writes:

"Success in social media is not found in how many people got your message; it's found in how many people thought your message was remarkable - literally. How many people were intrigued enough by the point you were making to comment on it and pass it along to their friends?"

If your company (large or small) is trying to make a difference and succeed in the online world, I warmly recommend this book.
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Social Media for businesses: an end-to-end metrics-driven process 25. April 2010
Von Marylene Delbourg-Delphis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
The purpose of Social Media Metrics is not to convince companies about the importance of social media: "If you're still not sure whether social media is important or is important to your company, save this book for later." I'd love every company to read this statement as a litotes of sorts and realize that understanding what social media metrics is about is precisely an excellent pathway to understanding how important social media is. Ergo: I highly recommend this book to any business owner or marketer.

The book starts with the 100 ways to measure social media in November 2009 by David Berkowitz, and once you know that, you must identify your goals and define the KPIs that indicate how efficiently such goals are met - and get inspired by Katie Delahaye Paine's measurement standards. When your goals are clear, you want to get attention and know if your message is reaching the right people, and the nature and the scope of their influence (that Jim Sterne designates through a neologism "influencity". Ultimately you want to identify your actual amplifiers, i.e. the people who expand the impact of your message, making sure they stay engaged - and sit high on the "engagement food chain." However, winning people's hearts and minds also requires a real and continuous commitment from marketers to listen methodically, as recommended by Jeremiah Owyang in his Eight Stages of Listening, participating in the conversation and eventually anticipating followers' expectations, and by doing so, driving and accelerating favorable business outcomes. Now convince your boss or your colleagues, and do so by showing to them that social media is not a touchy-feely story, but an end-to-end metrics-driven process!

What I like about the book:
- It's an action-oriented framework with minimal blah blah.
- Jim Sterne doesn't try to reinvent it all, and refers oecumenically (and relevantly) to a variety of authors, consultants, and practitioners.
Although the book offers an appendix of important resources, marketers who are new to social media metrics would benefit from a summary bibliography and linkography.
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Others Have Already Covered the "Insights" Described Here... 18. Dezember 2010
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"I was enthusiastic to read my first book by social media expert, Jim Sterne.

With a glowing endorsement by David Meerman Scott, I felt assured that I would glean great insights into the world of Leading Tools, Strategies and Metrics of Social Media...

However, this book's 9 Chapters only delivered unique, valuable content in Chapter 8: "Getting Buy-In,Convincing Your Colleagues"...The rest of Sterne's material seems like repurposed material from other thought leaders like David Meerman Scott, Steve Krug, the Eisenberg brothers, Halvorson, Jaffe and others.

I was really looking forward to a meaty discussion on best practices in the deployment of Social Media tactics, but this only skimmed at best...I would pass on this one.
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Everything you need to know about measuring your social media! 20. September 2010
Von Josh Charlesworth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
If you have any doubts about how important social media is and/or how to approach measuring it, then seriously consider buying this book. I must admit prior to reading this book I wondered/questioned how to measure social media and its real value to a business. We hear how important social media is, but most executives and business owners want to see something to show why they should spend their money on this form of marketing. What's the ROI, how is it going to help the bottom line, improve profits and customer satisfaction in preference to we should do it because everyone else is doing it.

This book answers these questions.

What impressed me
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Jim Stern spent some time discussing business goals and how there is no point measuring anything if you don't know what you're measuring. Something so simple but so so overlooked. Stern also highlights the importance of identifying what the business objectives are, what social media tools are being used to reach this goal and then finding a suitable metric (of which he lists many, many metrics) to measure the performance of that social media in reaching this goal. I liked this simplicity and this simplicity continued throughout the book.

Initially, I was dubious whether I'd purchase this book. There were few reviews and I wondered given Jim Stern's background in web analytics whether I'd get lost in loads of technical jargon. After all I just want to read a book how to measure social media, not design the software to do it! Jim Stern presented concepts very simply and makes things interesting with a good dose of humor added in. He avoids discussing overly complicated and irrelevant terms, and provides many interesting tools and examples of how to measure social media. For example Jim illustrates how measuring social media in its simplest form is just listening to what your customers are saying. After all social media is just 'word of mouth' but done online.

Jim also draws on the experience of others, showing how they approach measuring social media in a number case studies/examples.

Conclusion
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If you're after a book on how to tweet, blog etc, look elsewhere as this book focuses primarily on how to measure your social media efforts. If you want a book on measuring social media, learning how to measure it, setting measurable goals and a book which contains some useful links to social media resources then consider buying this book.
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