Track Your Social Media Data for Posting Power

Managing your social media presence, whether it’s for a business or your own gig, can be tough. It seems like social media can take up a full-time job. While connecting with your customers or clients is essential for that return on investment, it’s important to know what content is enjoyed most by your following. has created an infographic detailing just what to do in order to take the social media bull by the horns, and make the most out of every post. When it comes to tracking your own social media presence, it’s important to look for 5 vital components: referring traffic, content quality, share of voice, and community size and engagement. These factors will all help you get a better grip and understanding of your audience. It’s also important to know what data you can track from your various websites, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and blogs. This infographic details just what important data to look for on these sites. RSS feeds and dashboard monitoring tools are one very important way to keep up with all your sites at once. Additionally, aggregators such as Social Mention and Nutshell media can keep you on top of trends – before your competitor snatches it up. Finally, finding the when, where, and how often of posting – is integral for social media success. Feel free to like, comment, and share this insider’s guide to social media, entitled “Posting Power: Tracking Your Social Media System”, credit

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