“Split Testing Your Social Media Campaign”

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Are you currently using social media campaigns in your marketing?

If you are then you already know how difficult it can be to get it to work for your business. With so many sites out there for you to choose from, it becomes hard to know which one is right for your business.

To get a jump on getting your social media right for you business, you can start split testing your campaigns.

That’s one of the easiest ways to know whether or not your efforts are really paying off.


How to Split Test Your Twitter Marketing | Social Media Examiner


In fact, you can harness the power of split testing to generate valuable information about your target audience and their overall engagement with your brand on social media websites. To see how to do this, While services like Tweriod will estimate popular times, narrowing down these ranges and confirming their effectiveness using split testing will help you determine when future tweets should be published to

5 Ways To Run A Social Media Campaign Like A Pro – Business


Unfortunately, many small-business owners don’t have the resources to hire someone specifically trained to do this task and it falls to existing employees. Social media expert David Lee King has a few easy tips that will make

reach the biggest, most engaged audience. single call to .

10 of the best social media campaigns from 2012 | Econsultancy


Measuring the efficacy of social media marketing still isn’t an exact science, regardless of what the gurus and ninjas tell you.


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