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Win a free pass to: Monitoring Social Media event


Win a free pass to: Monitoring Social Media event


Win free passes to: Monitoring Social Media event

AN ESSENTIAL EVENT FOR MARKETING PR

& SOCIAL MEDIA PROFESSIONALS

Following the success of our events In London, Influence People is hosting a one-day social media monitoring conference in San Francisco on 21st October, followed by a half-day training bootcamp on 22nd October.

Monitoring Social Media (San Francisco) will bring together leading brands, PR and marketing experts to discuss the latest ideas, trends and techniques in social media monitoring and measurement.  Though a series of presentations, panels and expert-led discussions, we will explore the critical issues that marketers and PR professionals are facing in their efforts to monitor their social media interactions.
Topics we will cover include:
  • Social Media Monitoring Tools and Services
  • Brand and Reputation Management
  • Sentiment Detection and Analysis
  • Data Quality and Filtering
  • Identifying and Connecting with Influencers
  • Beyond Listening: Measurement and ROI
  • The Future of Social Media Monitoring
  • Case studies and Best Practice

The conference will be fully interactive with presentations, case studies, Q & A sessions and panel discussions. There will also be an Exhibition Area including many of the leading social media monitoring and measurement tools and services. The ticket price includes lunch (optional), refreshments and a handbook and networking drinks at the end of the day.

    • What to Demand in your Social Dashboards

      As the use of social monitoring grows, companies are capturing fascinating data. But translating that data into useful dashboards isn’t trivial. In this presentation, Gary will describe the 3C’s of effective dashboarding: culling the data effectively, classifying it in interesting fashion, and building the right context to make the data useful. You’ll see real-world examples of how the data can be organized to communicate key information and learn what to expect and demand from your social media team.

    • Beyond Listening: Reinventing Social Keyword Monitoring

      Keyword-based social monitoring tools are difficult to optimize for targeted content delivery. They can also be difficult to use. In this session you will learn how, by leveraging your customers’ “Content Consumption Graph” you can not only deliver more relevant content but also dramatically boost engagement with that content. You will also see how advanced social intelligence techniques can deliver detailed graphs with insightful audience data.

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  • Profile:  Jeff Ginsberg has 17+ years’ experience and is an industry known authority on email marketing who gets in the trenches with clients and helps them fulfill their marketing objectives, increase revenue and brand engagement. Clients rely on him and his team at The eMail Company to provide them with expertise from strategy to technology and from campaign management to channel integration. Jeff has worked with clients across all spectrums in the financial, automotive, retail and consumer packaged goods space. His experience covers both B2B and B2C markets. He has a strong background in educating and training agencies and clients about email best practices and is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to marketing tools and vendor selection. While Jeff’s team may be small, they know how to solve BIG email marketing problems. Looking for help with your next campaign? Don’t be afraid to give him a call – Jeff and his team ready to help you today. Give me a call: Toll Free: 877-We-eMail (877-933-6245) Local: 416-225-7711 eMail: jeff@theemailcompany.com
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  1. We use Google reader to monitor many aspects of what is going on.

    1) we monitor everyone’s RSS
    2) we generate twitter searches and add them to the RSS
    3) we subscribe to Monster, Workopolis and SimplyHired and add their RSS for job searches
    4) the kicker is we add Google News searches to our RSS feed too

    Remember, if it’s published on the web, there is probably an RSS feed to the page you are on. Also there are some services that can aggregate an RSS feed from pages that do not have RSS.

    Let me know how you do some of your monitoring.

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