This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Social Media Report

832 words - 4 pages

VisionLink has continued to increase its presence on twitter, consistently attaining new followers. The more we post, the more people mention us on twitter. It is therefore in our best interest to continue to aggressively use this avenue to market VisionLink. As communicated in the earlier social media report, we should carry forward posting original VisionLink content. In addition, it is ostensible to post tweets that will engage our followers and customers in conversation. To increase engagement with our followers we should continue to pursue week long campaigns throughout the year of 2014 and set up a specific campaign where we only share VisionLink created content ,in addition to ...view middle of the document...

Although we have more female fans than male fans, there is not that large of a difference. Looking at the age of our fans, both female and male’s that like our page are between the ages of 25 and 44. We are hardly reaching any teenagers or people over 65. This is likely due to generations who are less technologically savvy.

For 6 consecutive days we had the highest amount of people engaging with us on our page, 11/12/13 - 11/17/13. Oddly enough we did not post anything during these days. The only conclusion I can draw from this is that it was Thanksgiving week. More people had time off to and browse the internet.

The posts with the most clicks consisted of a photo of VisionLink at a disaster conference, a link to a time-lapse video having to do with veterans, a link to an infographic by VisionLink, a link related to homelessness, and another link to a infographic by VisionLink.

The posts with the most likes, comments, and shares consisted of the link to the time-lapse video having to do with veterans, a link to a project that VisionLink is supporting, a link having to do with homelessness, a status, and a link including an image about refugees.

There are a few takeaways from the posts which resulted in the most engagement. Majority of the posts were links. It is interesting to note that...

Find Another Essay On Social Media Report

Missing Persons: The Media Bias to Report Only Pretty Blonde Girls

3641 words - 15 pages tends to follow a certain pattern with who they pick to report on. Usually they are young, pretty blonde girls. At the very least they are likely to be women. Going by what we see, it would be a fair assumption to say that most individuals who go missing are female, youth or Caucasian, yet the statistics speak otherwise.   Currently there is a long-standing debate dealing with the effects of media. Some believe that the media is just something to

Media Report on Canterbury Bulldogs

1930 words - 8 pages SYNOPSISThe following report was commissioned by the CBFC to analyse how the Canterbury Bulldogs Rugby League team is represented in the Australian media. Two texts were evaluated in depth and it was found that the team is mainly portrayed as guilty of a recent sexual assault claim against them in both texts. Recommendations were then offered as to how the team could improve their media and public image.1.0 INTRODUCTIONThe following report was

Media Studies - television report on Etheopia

542 words - 2 pages Write about an effective piece of journalism that you have watched.Television is a good median for changing feelings and emotions just from a simple news report. I looked a Michael Beurks memorable 6.00 report on the 23rd of October, 1984 for the bbc news. Millions of people sat and watched this report all over the UK.His report was dedicated to the people of Ethiopia, he showed us their famine.He opened in Korem, Ethiopia showing us the land

Write a report outlining the desired target audience and media objectives of an advertisement campaign of any kind (Print/TV/Internet/Radio)

1270 words - 5 pages and very bright, allowing it to capture the reader's attention. The predominant colours used are red, white and black which we as media savvy viewers have been conditioned to unconsciously identify with the Coca Cola brand. A large portion of the advertisement is occupied with copy reading: 28 Days, Jebediah, Machine Gun Fellatio, Magic Dirt and Betchadupa. I myself recognise these to be Australian band names although the larger majority of people

Social Media Marketing

1313 words - 6 pages marketing in the increasing sales of the businesses Another significant benefit of social media marketing is increased sales.Despite the fact that social media marketing tecnique has long term results according to “Social Media Marketing Industry Report” informs that “More than half of marketers who have been using social media for at least 3 years report it has helped them improve sales. More than half who spend 11 or more hours per week find the same

The Impact of Social Media in Society

1255 words - 6 pages affected society is socially. Social media is an essential tool used in our society for communication. People use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Tumblr, etc. to communicate messages. Virtually any individual can read all of the posts and tweets and that message can be spread to the masses. An example of messages being spread through social media involves the news. News organizations are utilizing social media to report the news more

LIVING INDEPENDENTLY

1035 words - 5 pages report that accounts to the web-site admins, and if they are right, that accounts will be closed. Therefore, if the governments want to protect people from insults, they can tell to the public how to use it without bans. Some people may claim thhat social media should be banned because of fake accounts. They think that fake accounts are dangerous, and governments have to do something. One of the dangers of fake accounts is that these accounts can

Social Media ROI

606 words - 3 pages possibility of generating negative returns. This means companies begin to withdraw promotion through social media when they are unsure or cannot control the consequence. Nevertheless, the ROI of social media can indeed be seen in a meaningful way if with a proper management. Barwise and Meehan (2010) emphasise that social media can not only enhance brand awareness, trial and sales, but also obtain unmediated customer insights effectively. This report

Social Impact on College Students

1399 words - 6 pages class can make it easier to work with each student and be sure that everyone is getting the information. “59% of students with access to the Internet report that they use social networking sites to discuss educational topics and 50% use the sites to talk about school assignments”( Socialnetworking.procon,2012). However, there can be problems with working with social media with college students. Dame (2013) stated that students say using social

The Power of Social Media Marketing

3621 words - 14 pages April 25, 2013, from http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/the-future-how-shared-experiences-are-reshaping-business/Stelzner, M. (2012). How Marketers Are Using Social Media to Grow Their Businesses. 2012 Social Media Marketing Industry Report, 4, 1-42. Retrieved April 24, 2013, from http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/SocialMediaMarketingIndustryReport2012.pdf

Social Media and Arab Spring

1294 words - 5 pages -government protesters that later led to a larger-scale and more intensive campaign. In the initial stage, social media directly motivated, led and mobilised the public. Despite that the Tunisia state-issued report narrated the protests resulted form the self-immolation of a college-educated street vendor’s as an isolated incident, large amount of information and videos were uploaded by people to the Internet to reveal the opposite facts. The

Similar Essays

Social Media Report

748 words - 3 pages Total Twitter Followers vs. VL Tweet Activity In the graph below we are able to gain a perspective based on the various types of tweets that we put out and how they affect the number of followers we attain and the level of interaction we experience. In the previous social media report, we were able to recognize a similar relationship between direct mentions and number of followers. There also appeared to be a slight correlation between number

Social Media Report

821 words - 4 pages Implications As reported in the last social media analysis, we should continue posting original VisionLink content. In addition, it is seemingly important to post tweets that will engage our followers and customers in conversation. Facebook In our last social media report, Facebook had seen some issues regarding to engagement. This was partly due to Facebook’s new ‘Pay to Promote’ policy. Under the policy, only about 10% of people who like

The Social Media Report And Families

945 words - 4 pages media promote not only products, but the moods, the attitudes, and the determination on what people should believe is and is not important. In today’s society, we as individuals are spending a lot of time with mass media. Supported by Nielsen’s , State of the Media: The Social Media Report 2012 in July 2011, US consumers spent a total of 430.4 billion minutes on the Internet whereas in July 2012, just one year later, we spent 520.1 billion

Do The Media ‘Construct’ Social Reality, Or Does It Simply Report On It?

2575 words - 10 pages values depending where when and how the stories are broadcasted, I will be talking about this in this essay. There are two approaches to report a piece of news; the realist, purely factual no interpretations given and very clear in usage of language. This method differs to that of the constructionist, in which events or situations are carefully analysed, and I will be talking about the implication of media “constructed” social reality