Some of us are just starting to look at our social media goals for 2014 and some of us are getting an idea of what direction we want to take our social media marketing efforts, as in more interactive. Yay!
Process? We look at what we have done before and identify what has worked (and what hasn't). We also develop benchmarks and goals after taking the time to do some brainstorming (very effective, btw).
It looks like taking a peek on the first of the month is a popular method of analysis. Now, the question is how? Screenshots, as Stacie suggests and it looks like Taylor has it down, too.
Can't make money without spending money, eh? Sometimes it is a hard lesson to learn, but it pays off in the end (no pun intended... lol).
We are still finding our balance when it comes to just how much analysis to do. There is a fine line between too much and not enough and it seems that each of us knows what is best for our scenario, eh?
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Have you thought about your social media goals for 2014? What did you do in 2013 that was really effective? Ready to amp that up for 2014? https://storify.com/socialwebcafe/social-media-goals-socialcafe-tbw
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