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Posts by Jen Tilley

How Do You Track Metrics on Each Platform?

You guys, algorithms and APIs are so cool, right? Well, they can be, but not when you add metrics tracking into the mix. Thanks to algorithms, APIs, and platforms, tracking metrics can be a tricky task. One minute you can gather a certain type of information and the next minute an update has been made…

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Knowing Which Metrics to Track on Each Social Media Platform

So, you have all of the influencers posting to their blogs and social media accounts. Awesome! You should start to see mentions and engagement increase across the board. With all of these fun activities happening all at once, do you know which metrics should be tracked on each platform? With influencers posting to blogs, Facebook,…

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4 Key Marketing Metrics You Need To Be Tracking

How do you determine whether or not a campaign was successful? Are you part of the “good vibes” club? If so, it’s time to take a good hard look at, you guessed it, marketing metrics. Yes, times they are a-changin’ thanks to APIs, metrics tracking platforms, and engagement (to name a few). But, now it…

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Top 10 2019 Influencer Marketing Trends

We’re midway through the year but it doesn’t mean you can’t start fresh, and plans can still be set in motion. Below we’ve compiled the hottest influencer marketing trends for 2019. Does your influencer marketing strategy have these trends in tow? Let’s take a look at the 2019 influencer marketing trends that we’re predicting are…

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The Top 5 Social Media Metrics Tracking Tools

So, you’re running a campaign and have all sorts of blog posts and social media activity going live throughout the campaign. How do you know the performance of the tweets? What about the engagement? Do you know if the Pinterest pins are performing their own #Pinterestfail (aka no engagement)? How’s Instagram treating your campaign? It…

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How to Avoid Fake Followers: Top 10 Tips for Vetting Influencers

In a January New York Times article entitled “The Follower Factory,” it stated: “Celebrities, athletes, pundits and politicians have millions of fake followers.” Since that time, popular news outlets like Elle, Forbes, Mashable, Newsweek, The Atlantic, as well as influencer marketing powerhouses like CLEVER and Sway Group, have jumped on the “fake” followers hot topic…

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