When it comes to paid advertising, it’s super simple to track your results.
But when it comes to organic ….? That’s a little different. In the webinar above, we broke down the best ways to track your efforts organically on all social media platforms including:
You’ll also get a glimpse into a specific case study of how 1 of our clients used HubSpot to track their organic social for 90 days and increased their site contacts by 300% (see that case study here).
Best Ways to Track Your Analytics
But HubSpot isn’t the only way to track your results. Here are a few other tools/ strategies we cover in the webinar:
- A social media scheduling tool. These (the right ones) track your organic analytics automatically. We personally use Agorapulse. It tracks views, engagement, impresions, clicks, etc.
- The backend of Facebook Business Manager (business.facebook.com) also has an “Insights” section that shows analytics for your organic reach. You can also view this on mobile as well.
- Setup specific landing pages that you only drive organic social media to. This helps you see what type of traffic these pages get. Wherever you post the page, you can use software (either Google Analytics, for example, or the landing page software like ClickFunnels or Ontraport)to see analyrics. If you have specific opt ins just for that page as well, you can see what type of conversions your organic social media is bringing you.
Want to learn more social media stratgies?
We’ve got ya covered 😎 Check out our online course, “21 Social Media Strategies in 21 Days.” In it, we cover all of these platforms and super specific strategies you can implement right away.
Get instant access here: https://repurposehouse.com/social-media-course/
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