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Andrew Smith November 25, 2014 • escherman / Background information
Andrew Smith June 26, 2013 • 2 • escherman / News
The Guardian published a feature by journalist Danny Bradbury on June 10th 2013 on the subject of Effective Social Media Analytics. Escherman's Andrew Bruce Smith was one of a select group of experts featured in the article. Andrew talked about the importance of distinguishing between non-financial and financial outcomes as well as how Google Analytics can be used to measure the value of social media. You can read the whole article here.
Andrew Smith July 19, 2013 • 1 • escherman / News
Share This Too (the follow-up to the best-selling Share This) – is set to be published by Wiley in August 2013 – and is now available for pre-order. The first book featured two chapters from Escherman's Andrew Bruce Smith. This latest edition features a brand new chapter from Andrew on the subject of network topology and its importance for PR and social media.
Don't miss the chance to get 20% off the RRP of the book by quoting promo code 'VBE14' at checkout when placing your via order via Wiley.com.
In advance of the book's publication you can download, for free, Chapter Four of Share This Too: 'Planning: Audiences, Media and Networks', by Ged Carroll. See below!
Andrew Smith June 22, 2013 • 1 • escherman / News
Escherman's Andrew Smith was one of the key speakers at the Social Media Measurement and Monitoring Conference held in London from 26 - 27th March 2013. You can view his presentation on using Google Analytics to measure the value of social media below.