Social media is an undeniably powerful channel for marketing in 2020.
In fact, social networks are the biggest source of inspiration for consumer purchases, with 37% of consumers finding purchase inspiration through social channels.
However, if you’re using social media as a tool for organic exposure and brand awareness, rather than just a channel for paid ads, it can be difficult to track the success of your efforts.
As any social media manager knows, successful implementation of a social media strategy is contingent on countless factors — and all companies prioritize different channels, metrics, and criteria for success.
For example, is paid more important than organic to your business, and if so, to what extent?
Is more importance placed on audience engagement, or audience growth?
Has a posting cadence been directly tied to revenue?
With so many areas of focus for social media…