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Social Media Analytics Storytelling with Microsoft Sway

By | Facebook Analytics, Social Customer Service, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Marketing, Uncategorized

I’ve recently fallen in love with Microsoft Office Sway. Sway is a free presentation tool available to anyone with a Microsoft ID where users are able to make dynamic, responsive and stunning presentations. I know what you are thinking… isn’t this just a fancy PowerPoint? Not quite. Sway takes the…

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Dec.01

Going Viral: Alex From Target, A Year Later and 3,900,000 (Followers) Richer

By | Facebook Analytics, Going Viral, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Marketing, Social Media Measurement, Social Voice, Twitter Analytics, Uncategorized

Andy Warhol said that “in the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” That future is now: with social media, everyone can be famous for 15 minutes, but some stretch their time in the spotlight into days, months, and years. How do they do it? Last November, when teen…

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Nov.04Bell Media / Dark Helmet takes a beating

Crisis Management 101: Did Writing Fake Reviews Help or Hurt Bell Mobility?

By | Crisis Management 101, Facebook Analytics, Social Customer Service, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Marketing, Social Media Measurement, Social Media ROI, Social Voice, Twitter Analytics, Uncategorized

When things are going well for a brand on social media, the benefits are easy to measure: an uptick in sales, boom in referral traffic, increased activity on traceable links. When things are going poorly, the silence can be deafening… and difficult to track. Especially if your brand is already…

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Oct.30

The Dark Side – How to Use Google Analytics to Measure and Estimate Your Social Media ROI by Leveraging Dark Social Activity

By | Competitive Analysis, Facebook Analytics, LinkedIn Analytics, Marketing Development, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Marketing, Social Media Measurement, Social Media ROI, Twitter Analytics, Uncategorized

Social Media ROI is an ambiguous, but extremely important metric. Digital marketers may feel overwhelmed when trying to figure out how to calculate or try to understand it. The return on social media efforts is a tough nut to crack, mostly because we don’t really know what tools to use….

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Oct.19Social Media Engagement Facebook Types

Types of Facebook Media Shared By Canadian Parties – #exln42

By | Competitive Analysis, Facebook Advertising, Facebook Analytics, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Marketing, Social Media Measurement, Social Media ROI, Uncategorized

For those who don’t know, Crowdbabble is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Our country is undergoing its 42nd elections today and it is one for the record books. It is one of the few elections in history where there has been an increase in voter turnout according to recently released…

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Oct.15

Introducing the 2015 Canadian Elections Social Media Dashboard

By | Competitive Analysis, Facebook Advertising, Facebook Analytics, Facebook Analytics 101, Instagram Analytics, Real-Time Analytics, Social Customer Service, Social Media Analytics, Social Media Marketing, Social Media Measurement, Twitter Analytics, Uncategorized

Crowdbabble calls Canada home and we are currently undergoing our 42nd federal elections! It’s hard to imagine that we already had 42 general elections which resulted in 22 party leaders elected as Prime Minister. Elections have changed a great deal over the years. In 2015, candidates and voters flock to…

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Sep.09

5 Hacks to Present Your Social Media Data Like a Marketing Rockstar

By | Facebook Analytics, Facebook Analytics 101, Instagram Analytics, Marketing Development, Social Customer Service, Social Media Marketing, Twitter Analytics, Uncategorized

It’s crunch time! You need to present all your social media metrics, data and findings to the leadership team before the month ends. Not to mention the millions of other things on your to do list, a presentation is the last thing you need to worry about. It’s a busy…

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