What good are likes and retweets over social media if they don't add to your company's bottom line?If you think tracking your company's social media return on investment (ROI) is a waste of time, think again. When tracked and tweaked properly, social media can give your startup the marketing muscle it needs to keep up with -- and maybe even eclipse -- large competitors, says Nichole Kelly, chief executive of Social Media Explorer and author of How to Measure Social Media: A Step-By-Step Guide to Developing and Assessing Social Media ROI (Que Publishing, 2012).
As a prime example, Kelly points to Dollar Shave Club. The Venice, Calif.-based e-tailer successfully leveraged social media, and the steadfast tracking of what worked and what didn't, to steamroll into a tight market dominated by mammoth corporations like Bic and Gillette....
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