Social Media Monitoring Insights
Eric Schwartzman: Monday, November 8, 2010 | 8:16 AM
Social media monitoring has emerged as the first step in any effective social media marketing or social media ROI initiative. Even traditional market research firms like Nielsen are offering integrated solutions for listening to online conversations. If you’re looking to update your understanding of sentiment analysis, social media monitoring ethics or natural vs. computational language processing, this podcast is for you.
It is a recording of a panel that was titled “Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: The Nitty Gritty of Social Media Monitoring” which I arranged and moderated for the Market Research Association
at their First Outlook Conference
in Orlando on Nov. 3, 2010. The social media analytics experts I brought down were Christopher Ahlberg
, Ph.D., CEO, Recorded Future
; Barry de Ville
, Analytical Consultant, SAS Institute
; Rob Key
, CEO, Converseon
; and Valery Miftakhov
, Associate Principal, McKinsey & Company NM Incite
, which is providing consulting services in partnership with Nielsen BuzzMetrics
. I led a social media training
for market researchers the day before.
Discussion topics include appropriate use cases for sentiment analysis where 60% accuracy is a best case scenario, natural language processing algorithms, computational language processing algorithms, analyzing non-text based online information, applying the prism of social science to social media measurement, the change management aspect of social media metrics and integrating it into the enterprise; influence mapping and computing power nodes within networks; Annie Pettit
asks about the Nielsen BuzzMetrics “Patients Like Me
” password protected data scrapping incident reported in the Wall Street Journal
; imposing temporal logic over social media tracking; normalizing data; validity of online panels;
ABOUT THE PODCASTER
provides online social media training
, social media strategy
and social media policy governance
to public relations, public affairs, corporate communications and marketing specialists. He has extensive experience integrating emerging information technologies into organizational communications programs through public speaking, hands-on training seminars, consulting and the development of corporate policies on social media usage.
His clients have included Boeing, BYU, City National Bank, Environmental Defense Fund, Government of Singapore, Johnson & Johnson, NORAD Northcomm, Southern California Edison, UCLA, US Dept. of State, United States Army, US Embassy of Athens, the United States Marine Corps and many small to medium-sized companies and agencies.
Eric is the instructor behind PRSA’s top-rated social media and emerging treads training seminars, the Social Media Boot Camp and the Social Media Master Class, which are offered monthly in the US.
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