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El ROI del Marketing en redes sociales - JUL10 (Forrester)

El ROI del Marketing en redes sociales - JUL10 (Forrester)

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Forrester analiza el retorno de la inversión en el marketing en redes sociales (en inglés).
Forrester analiza el retorno de la inversión en el marketing en redes sociales (en inglés).

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Making Leaders Successul Every Day
J 16, 2010
The ROI O Soia Meia Marketig
 Agie Ra
or Iteratie Marketig Proessioas

© 2010, Forrester Research, Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is strictly prohibited. Inormation is based on best available resources. Opinions refect judgment at the time and are subject to change. Forrester®, Technographics®, Forrester Wave, RoleView, TechRadar, and Total Economic Impact are trademarks o Forrester Research, Inc. All other trademarks are the property o their respective companies. To purchase reprints o this document, please email clientsupport@orrester.com. For additional inormation, go to www.orrester.com.

For Iteratie Marketig Proessioas
ExEcuTIvE SuMMARy

Te demand has never been greater or marketers to validate and measure the benets delivered by
their increasing investment in social media. Marketers oen rame this question as, “What is the ROI
(return on investment) o social media?” but nancial metrics are just one way o evaluating social
media marketing programs. Social media marketing delivers a wide range o benets to organizations
that are benecial in the short term and long term in ways both quantitative and qualitative. o properly
value the impact o their social media marketing investments, interactive marketers must align their
objectives, metrics, targets, and strategies across our perspectives — the nancial perspective, the
digital perspective, the brand perspective, and the risk management perspective.

TAblE OF cOnTEnTS
Socia Media Deivers Rests Tat Are More
Sbstatia Ta Mere ROI
A Baaced Socia Media Mareti Scorecard
Deivers Te Etire Pictre
Te Fiacia Perspective Measres Socia
Media’s Impact O Saes
Sre cosmers To Measre The bra
Perspetie
Te Ris Maaemet Perspective Is ROI Yo
Caot Measre Bt Ca Estimate
Te Diita Perspective Compemets Oter
Perspectives
REcOMMEndATIOnS
Robst Ad Varied Metrics Vaidate Socia
Media Ivestmets
WHAT IT MEAnS
Socia Media Is Matri; Metrics Mst
Matre Ao Wit It
Sppemeta Materia
nOTES & RESOuRcES

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ompaies, iig bazaaroie, best b,
im2, lithim Tehoogies, Razorsh, Toota,
a Zappos.om.

Reated Researc Docmets

“Three Steps To Measrig Soia Meia
Marketig”
Otoer 29, 2009

“uS Iteratie Marketig Foreast, 2009 To 2014”
J 6, 2009
J 16, 2010
The ROI O Soia Meia Marketig
A baae Marketig Sorear Thorogh vaiates Soia Meia vae
by Aie Ray
with nate Eiott, Emi Rie, a Jeier Wise
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© 2010, Forrester Researh, I. Reprotio Prohiite
J 16, 2010
The ROI O Soia Meia Marketig
For Iteratie Marketig Proessioas
2
SOCIAl MEDIA DElIVERS RESulTS ThAT ARE MORE SuBSTAnTIAl ThAn MERE ROI

Marketing investment in social media is increasing, yet marketers continue to struggle with the
methodologies or validating these investments. In the absence o standardized best practices, some
turn to ROI as a means o proving social contributions, but many benets delivered by social media
are not easily measured in dollars and cents.1 Marketers can and should measure nancial return but
cannot overlook other vital measures o social media success and contribution.

Brands that sell directly to online consumers can easily match social media tactics to nancial
outcomes, but what about brands that do not sell directly? Some marketers try to use proxies to
assign nancial value to nonnancial metrics such as likes, ollowers, retweets, blog comments, and
positive reviews. For example, a brand might calculate the advertising or PR value o impressions
made in a newspaper ad or article and then apply this same value to impressions on witter. But this
type o proxy carries risks that include:

· Failing to measure true business value. Assigning a value to a an on Facebook is problematic

because ans have little innate value; it is what brands do with their ollowers — not merely
that they have them — that creates value. A mass o ollowers that “like” the brand but never
return to the an page is ar less valuable than a handul o ollowers who requently share brand
updates with riends.

· Getting in the way o achieving objectives. For example, a brand that sets out to increase

unaided awareness may implement a strategy to grow witter ollowers via a social media
sweepstakes. But i the brand only counts ollowers, hashtags, and retweets while ailing to
measure i consumers recall the brand when asked in the appropriate context, it cannot know i
the program achieved its original marketing objective.

· Arriving at an incorrect value or social eorts. While it is tempting to take the costs and

values rom other channels and apply them to social interactions, this can result in inaccurate
value outcomes. For example, a marketer wishing to ascertain the value o trac rom a social
site may apply the Cost Per Click rom a Google AdWords campaign to each visit received rom
witter, but unless both channels produce equivalent conversions and deliver consumers o
equal value, this value calculation will be inaccurate.

· Failing to attribute results to those channels and investments that deliver the results.S o cial

media marketing is not limited to social networks or even online channels. PepsiCo supported
its social media program, Pepsi Reresh Project, with a television campaign to drive awareness
o the program and trac to the Pepsi microsite. With oine, online, and social strategies
increasingly integrated, attributing value to the “last touch” on social networks can result in
undervaluing other marketing vehicles.

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