According to research by GlobalWebindex, 93% of internet users have at least one social media account. With social media touching so many areas of an organisation, the process of getting social media right has never been more important.
This Social Media Strategy Best Practice Guide contains actionable, real-world insight with detailed explanations to help you start and improve your performance on social media platforms.
In order to enable you to quickly access the information you need to start improving your marketing efforts, the guide is available as a main report with associated reports to provide extra context and information.
The aim of this research is to identify best practice approaches, techniques, measurement considerations, challenges and opportunities for creating your social media strategy.
As social media platforms continue to evolve at a rapid rate we also cover some of the exciting developments taking place in social media.
We’ve updated our social media platforms overview guide in 2019 to account for the rapid developments occurring in this space. This report’s purpose is to provide a snapshot of the major social media platforms and the most pressing considerations for marketers looking to generate the most value from social media.
It provides a summary of the main features of these platforms, and outlines some of the options available to marketers when developing a paid, owned and earned strategic approach to social media marketing and communications.
Our 2019 edition will ensure that you’re up to date with the latest platform trends.
This report provides an overview of the major social media channels and the most pressing considerations for marketers looking to generate the most value from social media advertising.
It provides a summary of the main self-serve advertising options on these channels, and outlines some of the premium options available to marketers when developing a strategic approach to social media marketing and communications.
The lead author for our social media best practice guides is Michelle Goodall, an experienced consultant. She has more than 17 years’ B2C and B2B experience client and agency-side, providing digital transformation and social media strategy advice and support.
She has worked with a wide range of clients, including London2012, BBC, Direct Line Group, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Barclays Bank, Coca Cola, Unilever, US Embassy, and many others.
Michelle is a trainer and consultant for Econsultancy and can generally be found curating things that smart people write / make / do and getting to grips with Peach and other peripheral / transformative / game-changing technologies for her clients.
For more information about the latest trends, developments and statistics in social media, check out our Social Quarterly: Q2 2019 report. Bringing to life data from the Internet Statistics Database and the Econsultancy blog, the Social Quarterly is the best of social in an easy-to-digest format.