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MetricsMan: It Doesn?t Count Unless You Can Count It
     

MetricsMan: It Doesn?t Count Unless You Can Count It

by Don Bartholomew, Zifei Fay Chen (Editor)
 

MetricsMan presents opinions, insights, and best practices of public relations and social media research and measurement. It discusses the evolution of measurement, return on investment, the Barcelona Principles, social media measurement models, marketing mix modeling, the battle against advertising value equivalents, and establishing accountability of the

Overview

MetricsMan presents opinions, insights, and best practices of public relations and social media research and measurement. It discusses the evolution of measurement, return on investment, the Barcelona Principles, social media measurement models, marketing mix modeling, the battle against advertising value equivalents, and establishing accountability of the public relations profession.

Through this book, public relations professionals will be able to set clear measurement goals and objectives, identify right from wrong in the metrics they use, and understand how to apply valid measurement models and frameworks in their practices. This book also provides valuable information for public relations educators and students to learn about the best practices of research and measurement in the industry.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781631575211
Publisher:
Business Expert Press
Publication date:
05/31/2016
Pages:
207
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)

Meet the Author

The late Don Bartholomew was senior vice president, digital and social media research for Ketchum. He was a member of the Measurement Commission of the Institute for Public Relations. Don served as vice chair of the Social Media Measurement Group for the International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC). During his tenure, he created the AMEC Social Media Measurement Framework with Richard Bagnall, which is a breakthrough for the industry. Don was a former adjunct professor at the University of North Texas, teaching mass communications research. He held a BS in industrial engineering and operations research from Syracuse University and an MBA from the University of Dallas.

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