Getting the message out – a social media daily routine with metrics and analytics included

 

Today I am at the Executive Business Centre at Bournemouth University holding an event about politics and public engagement called “Engaging the Public: putting the people back into democracy”. The talks, rx cure inspired by our research and consultancy practice, check will introduce a wide range of ideas from understanding the political consumer to social media. I will be tweeting throughout the day and posting some photos.

In preparation for my talk later this afternoon, price focused on creating a daily routine to handle, monitor and measure social media, Dr Darren Lillker and I have prepared a white paper providing more detail about the matter and how it relates to political communication. The paper is below, free to download and free to share. Your comments are more than welcome.

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