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  • http://twitter.com/vitalyvt Vitaly Tennant

    Thanks for sharing all the necessary tools needed to keep track of the followers so you can farther your online presence Jeff!

  • http://twitter.com/jendavisjd Jennifer Davis

    Thanks Jeff for sharing.  This is helpful for businesses to measure but a lot to manage without a social partner.  Great stuff!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=759205771 Deividas Urbonavicius

    I recomend http://www.campalyst.com/

  • http://twitter.com/swiftminds Σύμβουλοι Επιχ/σεων

    Nice set of tools covering all three most populas social media: Facebook, twitter and blogs. Good enough for basic and advanced users, although an expert would have knowledge and time to make the most of it. Thank you, Jeff.

  • Steve | ROI detector

    You’re right about the importance of measurement…anything that can be measured can be improved. You mentioned Google Analytics for web stats, have you tried “Clicky” or any other 3rd party tool?

  • http://ernohannink.com ernohannink

    Hi Jeff, what is that stats plugin for WordPress that you are using?

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      The Stats plugin I use is called “WordPress.com Stats”

      • http://ernohannink.com ernohannink

        Thank you Jeff – found it and here is the link http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/stats/

  • http://twitter.com/cypherinfo G. Calamita

    The “tool” that summarize all of your social impact and give you the ability to get in touch with great peoples for your work or else, increase the visitors to your website and may help ypu to better understand the stock market is http://www.empireavenue.com.

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  • Danielle Latta

     

    Jeff,

    While I think this post is a great place for new
    businesses or those just starting out in social media, none of these solutions
    will not provide the breadth and depth of data that can be collected using a
    social media monitoring software solution. These measurement tools also lack a
    way to combine the quantitative and qualitative data into an applicable format.

    While it’s true that there is not a
    “one-size-fits-all” formula for measuring ROI in Social Media, there
    are a few key rules of thumb that can be applied to nearly any industry. Here
    is a white paper which takes a comprehensive look at the challenges involved in
    measuring ROI of social media, reviews the thought leadership on the topic and
    provides practical recommendations on how to achieve stronger ROI from your
    social initiatives: http://bit.ly/mmproi

    Socially charmed,

    Danielle Latta,

    Brand Evangelist @MutualMind:disqus 

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for the comment Danielle. Yes it was written for Newbies the Enterprise class social media monitoring is a whole new ball game that is still evolving. That needs a post in its own right and it also has a much smaller audience…Brand agencies, major brands and their stakeholders.

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  • http://friedmansocialmedia.com Brad Friedman

    Jeff, can you provide me with a link to the WordPress Statistics pluggin you reference?  When I look for it, there are several, and the one I chose was not the correct one.  Many thanks!

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    So the story goes that the British paper, News of the World, hacked a murder victims cell phone, hacked the cell phones of the 7/7 terrorists and even the phones of the royal family. OF course all of this is still being investigated and Rupert Murdoch has stated that it did not happen, he even said that his company investigated the issue when it first came up and found nothing. That has not stopped the British Parliament from trying to bring down News of the World though and Scotland yard is investigating the allegations.

  • Nexus54

    Informative.

  • http://www.self-esteem-tips.com/ Self Esteem Tips

    You really motivate me Jeff. I wan’t to achieve that follower in my Twitter and Facebook. but how?

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  • http://www.blogdog.co.uk/ Blogging Tips

    Thanks for this, I never realised Bit.ly had statistics you could measure! :)

    • http://twitter.com/HannahRampton Hannah Rampton

      Just to let you know, you can also load a bit.ly link and just add a + on the end before load, to go directly to the stats. So… bit.ly/example+ :)

    • http://twitter.com/HannahRampton Hannah Rampton

      Just to let you know, you can also load a bit.ly link and just add a + on the end before load, to go directly to the stats. So… bit.ly/example+ :)

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  • http://twitter.com/FlyingCouponer The Flying Couponer

    I didn’t know about Bit.ly and
    TwitterCounter.com. Thanks Jeff!

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  • Traffic Motion

    I’m glad to see I’m already using most of these. Google Analytics in particular has some advanced features for tracking outbound links through Event Tracking, so you can determine how many people click from your blog/site back to your social media profiles. I wasn’t familiar with TwitterCounter.com, though. I’ll have to check it out.