Tags » TweetLevel

How to Effectively Use Social Media

In my public relations class, I worked with a group of three other students to conduct a social media audit and conversation analysis for Sixth Street Grill and three of its competitors. 381 more words

TweetLevel and understanding your impact on the Twittersphere

There’s a raft of Twitter analytics tools out there – I have previously used Kred and Topsy, and with more hours in the day would use others… recommendations welcome! 177 more words


Peer Index, Klout and TweetLevel

Each of these are great tools for getting in communities online and engaging with people. They all deal with social influence and what influences people to act on social networks. 426 more words

Are you Influential?

How often does someone talk about you? Or share your social activity with others? Is your brand being spread to others?

These are great questions to ask as a sports brand manager or if you are with any company or individual where getting your name and product out to the masses is important to you. 646 more words

Sport Branding

Five free tools to help you measure your influence on Twitter

Twitter is undoubtedly a very important medium for most businesses. One of the big questions people ask is “what sort of return am I getting back for my investment?” Any return on investment is likely to have two components: 578 more words

Social Media

Qantas and Social Media Monitoring

Hello Readers,

This week in Enterprise 2.0 we have been focusing on social media monitoring and networking. This topic is often of particular interest for an organisation’s marketing/advertising/ PR team, in terms of being informed about their target markets online as well as what is being said about their organisation. 534 more words

Social Media

Measuring Magazines

For my class project, I am working with a group that is analyzing the social media of four bridal magazines. We are finding what these magazines are doing well and what they are doing poorly with regard to their social media use. 393 more words