One of the unique problems about analyzing social media is having so many different networks, each with it’s own standards of measurement and analytics data. Compiling that data in a format that allows you to examine information apples to apples, have the ability to look at trends and then have that data be exportable is a social media strategists dream come true.
Getting together reports on social data can be a multi-hour, sometimes multi-day affair. Aligning dates, times, data points and then capturing the data out of each individual social network can be cumbersome at best, nightmarish at worst.
Then consider if you have to pull that data from a month ago? A year ago? What about if you have to compare or cross-reference your data from networks with other data – perhaps sales or accounting information? Even from a legal perspective or company need, if you need to pull tweets from Twitter or messages from Facebook and other networks to see what was said about or by you – could that be done?
Social Report Brings Export to the Social Media Analytics Game
- Exporting from many social networks including: Twitter, Facebook, WordPress, Yelp, Meetup, Myspace, YouTube, Google Analytics and more.
- Exporting discovery (i.e. Keyword search results)
- Exporting contacts from the Address Book
- Exporting campaigns results
- Customizing dates to meet the end-user’s needs
Of course, if you are using Social Report already and want to learn more we have an a “how to” post on exporting from within the tool. If you have not yet signed up for Social Report, here is the easy registration page or if you want more information, sign-up for our next Webinar!
The ability to pull the social media data from so many sources for dates custom set by the user and include the discovery information gives any social media marketing professional or strategist the power to see the big picture and even better the knowledge to act on it.