Social Media ROI

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Quick Overview

Free for 4A's Members  / Non-4A's Members: $221

Learn the impact of social media on business!

  • Discover the evolving landscape of social media for agencies.

  • Learn what metrics to monitor in order to track your success.

  • Real-world examples and case studies!



This course reviews the 4A’s survey on agency social media activities with a mind to what metrics are used to track social media ROI. Insights on the changing roles of marketing, PR, creative and client-side work, as well as different tools to use are shared.

What Will You Learn

  • The evolution of social media as it’s used to promote agencies
  • What metrics are monitored to track success and ROI
  • Practical action steps to take to launch your social media plan
  • Real-world case studies as examples
  • Key trends to watch for in coming months and years.

Who Should Attend

  • Middle-Senior Level Executives from Digital Strategy, Social Media, Communications, and Account Management Teams


  • 60 minutes

Course Description

According to The CMO Survey conducted by Duke University, only 15% of respondents report being able to show the impact of social media on business. We need to hold ourselves accountable for being aware of social media and how to correctly track it’s success.

This course explores a recent case study by the 4A’s on social media use by agencies. We ask the pressing questions, and cover the meaningful information so that you can start to implement a successful social media strategy with your agency. Together, we’ll look at the implications and opportunities for agencies as they continue to  take on larger roles in monitoring social media success for clients, and what metrics you should be tracking to ensure your clients are reaching their goals.

About the Thought Leader


  This course comes directly from the 4A's case study and is presented by Marsha Appel, SVP at 4A's.

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