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Md. Naim Hasan Student
Jun 30, 2022
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Like with all strategies, start by coming up with a set of goals that you want to achieve. At the end of the week or month have a look to see how you’ve performed and review the actions that got you there. Keep in mind that you’ll need to focus on the metrics that really matter to your business (KPI’s). If you sell something online, an increase in sales may matter more than how many people convert as a blog subscriber. See if the metrics are valid Sooner or later your social media campaign will focus on how the visitors are interacting with what you post and share. If you post something, do a lot of people comment Photo Restoration Service on it or like it? If so, what are they saying? Keeping a track of these things will allow you to judge ‘engagement’ and this is a valid metric for social media. Customer interviews and positive reactions to product launches can all be picked out as valid metrics. Leading indicators A leading indicator is one that shows you where things are likely to go in the future. You have to keep an eye on them to see the results of your strategy materialize. Pick a few metrics like the engagement, likes, click-through rate and page views to see. How sales are likely to tick up in the near future. Create a dashboard We’ve pointed out a lot of metrics in all these points above, but you may need to collate all the data in one place if you really want to use it. Try to create a dashboard to keep track of all the elements of your strategy. Having all things in one place will not only help you make quick decisions, but better decisions.
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