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COMMUNITY EBOOK
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ROI of SocialMedia:Myths,Truths and HowTo Measure
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By Dr. Natalie L. Petouhoff
UCLA Director and Professor of Social Enterprise Executive Education and Consultant 
 
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Radian6Community EbookFebruary 2012 / ROI of Social Media: Myths, Truths and How To Measurewww.radian6.com/ 1 888 6RADIAN 1 888 672-3426 / community@radian6.com/ Copyright © 2012 Radian6 Technologies
 
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Chapter 1WONDERING ABOUT THE ROI OF SOCIAL MEDIA?
I you have downloaded this ebook you probably want to knowhow your social media initiative could or is providing value to yourorganization. And you might have heard a range o things on socialnetworks, on webinars or at conerences questioning why youwould calculate the return on investment (ROI) o social media.
Would you calculate the ROI of a phone?Would you calculate the ROI of your mom?Would you calculate ROI of your pants?And you might have also heard that social media ROI can’t be calculated, but you can trackthings. Or that the ROI of social media is that you will be in business in 5 years, or thatsocial media ROI is that your customer satisfaction score went up 5 points because of youronline community.And while some of these statements might make you chuckle and others might seem likethey are true, they don’t really help you in a business meeting with peers and executiveswho want real business answers.If you are a skeptic about social media, it may seem like an unstructured stream ofconsciousness. Why would you dive into something that seems immeasurable? Andwithout a way to obtain benchmarks, how could you tell when something works? Howcould you track the progress and gather the right metrics or do more of the right things?And how do you know when to stop doing the wrong things? How could you articulate thebusiness case for social media?
Radian6Community EbookFebruary 2012 / ROI o Social Media: Myths, Truths and How To Measure

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