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How to track your reputation online
What is reputation, and why does it matter?
According to the ever-accurate Wikipedia, reputation is a “social evaluation of the public towards a person … or organization”. This evaluation is considered when making decisions regarding that person or organization, such as whether to make a purchase from them. In fact, according to a reference in the same Wikipedia article, a good reputation can be directly linked to the ability to charge higher prices (for example, on eBay).
In some ways, reputation is the post-sales equivalent of what brand is to pre-sales. You can buy brand, but have to earn reputation. Especially in the online world, where brand has less sway over your purchasing and visiting decisions, reputation should be your long-term priority.
In short, then: reputation = revenue.
Measuring reputation – and importantly, how it changes as you implement tactical decisions or write about particular subjects – is therefore incredibly important, so that you can determine what works and what doesn’t.
In the physical world, this measurement is especially difficult, and relies heavily on surveys. It’s not particularly straightforward online either, but at least we have some fairly easy-to-calculate metrics that can be used as starting points.
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Categories: 2 Brand Awareness / Misc · Uncategorized
Tagged: How to measure your brands online reputation
September 9, 2009 · 1 Comment
I highly recommend to avoid doing these 3 things when running an email marketing campaign:
(In no particular order)
1. Do not launch an email blast without testing at least 3 different subject lines. Send 3 groups each with a different subject line to determine which subject line generated the best open rate, then use that subject line in your real email blast.
2. Do not send your email blast without first sending it to a few colleagues and friends. Reason? To see if it ends up in their junk email box. If your email is going to junk email, then you need to change the subject line; typically avoid using words like ‘free’.
3. Do not have more than 40 characters in the subject line
Rather than write more about what not to do, or rather, tips on how to run a successful email campaign, I highly recommend you visit Dominique Hind’s blog that contains a wealth of good information on what makes a good email campaign. Just click on the pic below.
If you are looking for an email vendor to buy a list from, I suggest you do not use IscopeMedia. Once they receive your money, they forget about you – at least in my experience.
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