Social Media and Analytics: Strategies and Metrics You'll Actually Use
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- Social Media and Analytics: Strategies and Metrics You'll Actually Use
- Originally Broadcast On:
- December 03, 2014
- Time Estimate:
- Forty-five minutes for the main presentation and 15 minutes for questions. Sometimes presenters stay longer to answer additional questions from participants.
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Need fresh ideas for reporting with social media? Want to refine -- or re-define -- the ways you engage with your online audience? This Webinar will explore techniques for reporting with social media, and help you find the key metrics to know how and what your audience wants to know.
Melody Kramer, digital strategist and editor at NPR, will highlight several techniques that NPR’s journalists use to help their reporting on social media -- as well as ways you can use analytics to measure your engagement and success.
To get a taste of how the NPR team thinks and what they do, and to get started with your own social media questions, check out the NPR Social Media Desk on Tumblr.
What Will I Learn:
- How to use social media to help report stories
- How to use social media to find sources during breaking news events
- How to use social media to tell engaging stories
- How to use analytics to measure, report, and inform the public
- How to design an analytics dashboard that is useful to your newsroom
Who Should Take this Course:
Journalists and news organizations who want to power their journalism on every platform through the use of social media and analytics.
Melody Kramer is a Peabody award-winning digital strategist and editor at NPR, where she launches and then manages projects involving breaking news, analytics, archives, social media and long-term editorial strategies. Before that, she ran digital operations for Fresh Air with Terry Gross, was a writer and editor at National Geographic Magazine, and directed, produced, edited and wrote for NPR's Wait Wait Don't Tell Me. She started her career as a Kroc Fellow at NPR and is a 2006 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.
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