My social ROI by network

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Using our PAR Program I recently ran a report.  Interesting the that lifetime value of people on my newsletter that are on Social networks are worth a decent percentage more than those that are not.  Our clients love this cause we can gather all this just from their existing customers or new customers email address alone

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19 thoughts on “My social ROI by network

  1. Tony Moly

    Interesting data, Jeremy. Everyone including their mum join social networks today. So we, as internet marketers, can’t skip these gold mines.

    Thank you for your post. It gives me some sudden cool ideas :)

  2. Jarvis

    At first I found it weird that you even had people 65+ on social networks.. then I realized all 3 of my grandparents are on Facebook and you probably have 50x more people on your mailing list.

  3. Raymon

    well shit I guess I didn’t realize you could Social ROI from your PAR System. From what I gathered from your previous post it was all mainly just emails and what not.

  4. Riley

    Do you have a screen shot of people that are not on social networks? I am assuming that you have VERY few people from your list that are not on social networks.

  5. Sydney

    I think it’s kinda crazy that you get about an even amount from each one, I figured Facebook would easily kick the shit outta the rest.

  6. Lisa

    Interesting post. I wonder how the ROI is figured out? Also, note that you have slightly more female readers than male, yet your “friends and family” widget on most of your pages shows females in a “well” not so flattering light. Maybe the software can break down the “other types” of women from the women who think and read and learn from your posts?

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