Goodnik Message Board › Measuring Success in Social Media; Wednesday August 25th 6:00pm
New York, NY
Your organization has a website, a blog, a facebook page with a few hundred fans and 1402 followers on twitter; now what? How do you engage with your fans and followers to achieve your organization's goals? How do you know that you are being successful in promoting your cause or generating action on advocacy campaigns? How can you identify the channels through which your communications are most successful?
Harish Rao, former Director of Technology for Howard Dean, ex-CEO of Echo Ditto, and current Principal of Interpersonal Frequency will be speaking about analytic tools and techniques for measuring success in social media. The discussion will cover free and low cost tools for basic needs, as well as advanced tools for large organizations.
As usual, the event will open at 6:00pm, with the presentation beginning promptly at 6:30pm. The event should end by 7:30pm. Anyone interested in making an announcement or sharing some tools please email me in advance at nate (at) grassrootscamp.org
One other thing: WebNYC.org is hosting a class on building websites with HTML and CSS for beginners on Saturday, August 28th from 10am to 4pm. The cost is $275 but GrassrootsCamp members get a 10% discount. Just go to the registration page and be sure to enter "grassroots" at checkout to get the discount. Class size is limited. I am not affiliated with WebNYC, but it struck me as the sort of thing that GrassrootsCampers might want to know about so I arranged a discount.