The explosion in mobile commerce and communications and the arrival of contextual computing devices such as Google Glass will change forever how …
The explosion in mobile commerce and communications and the arrival of contextual computing devices such as Google Glass will change forever how we communicate — and measure our communications.
Imagine a world without “how useful do you find the newsletter?” surveys and relying on employees reluctantly filling out questionnaires about what they recall or feel. That world will be populated with communications teams who will be able to measure what is most effective in real time, and tailor delivery and content accordingly.
As these technologies are adopted in organizations, organizational silos between traditional and social media, between internal and external communications between marketing, advertising and PR will all be increasingly blurred.
The growth of sponsored content, native advertising and uses of data will simultaneously make stakeholder relationships more important and measurement more challenging. This session will present attendees with an overview of specific instructions on how to define success and measure it in this new era.
What You Will Learn:
- How this will redefining every metric you’ve ever used
- How this will affect measurement research
- How to get ready for the contextual measurement revolution
- The six steps to perfect measurement in the age of context
- How new standards for measurement will drive metrics in the future
- How to use the new contextual metrics to get the ear of the board
Who Should Attend
Communicators, PR and marketing professionals at all levels.
Katie Delahaye Paine has been a pioneer in the field of measurement for more than two decades. In the process she and her firms have analyzed millions of articles, conducted thousands of surveys, and read or watched countless tweets, YouTube videos and Facebook pages in order to measure the effectiveness of her client’s communications.
She has advised some of the world’s most admired companies and has been a leading promoter of standards in the PR and Social Media Measurement field, most recently as the initial organizer of the Conclave that released social media measurement standards in June.
She has founded two measurement companies, KDPaine & Partners Inc., and The Delahaye Group. Her books, Measure What Matters (Wiley, March 2011) and Measuring Public Relationships (KDPaine & Partners 2007) are considered must reading for anyone tasked with measuring public relations and social media. Her latest book, written with Beth Kanter, “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit, Using Data to Change the World,” is the 2013 winner of the Terry McAdam Book Award.