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Measuring Social Media Success — Your Return on Investment

February 21, 2012 | Justin Gray | No Comments |

How do you measure true Social Media Success? It’s crucial that businesses measure their Return on Investment (ROI) with their Social Media campaigns. One important component here is the customer lifetime value (how much you can expect to make from each customer over the lifetime of your engagement with that client). Using Social Media for client retention is one of the best uses for the platform.

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