Social Media Monitoring and Analytics: How, What, and Why
August 20, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Understanding metrics, stats and social analytics is key to creating, monitoring and adjusting social strategy and goals. With this in mind, digital marketers must know what they are looking for, which stats impact their previously set goals and how they can use analytics to fine-tune their content, engage with users and enhance their social presence. This class will cover the basics of understanding social metrics, their importance and how to use them to make stand out social presences, topnotch campaigns and stronger connections with users.
The well-being of our employees, students, clients, instructors, and guests is our number one priority here at General Assembly. We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation very carefully and are adjusting delivery of our programs.
Due to the current health concerns, all GA short-form events, workshops & bootcamps will temporarily be held online – including this one.
Registered students will be notified 24 hours in advance of this program with information on how to log in to the Zoom Meeting Room and other tools you’ll need for the session. Registration for this class will close 2 hours prior to the session start in order to allow all students ample opportunity to have the technology enabled.
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An understanding of how to find basic analytics for social media platforms including: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and LinkedIn
Examples of how to present social analytics internally and for clients
A knowledge of what the metrics being reported mean, i.e. impressions vs. reach vs. engagement
Tips on how to use analytics to enhance and advance social media strategies and approaches
How to increase content reach through social advertising (this will be a small/brief portion)
You will need access to a laptop or computer with a working webcam and microphone as well as a strong internet connection.
This course will occur completely online using Zoom and Slack.
Course set up information will be emailed to all students signed up around 24 hours before (and again an hour before) your course launches.
Understanding of and experience with posting and monitoring on social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube. Do not need to have analytics background or focus.
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