Quiip Social Media Monitoring and Reporting
A new approach to social media monitoring, reporting and analytics
Data is essential to your success in social media. Without it you can’t measure your successes (and failures). With it you can do so much:
There is so much data at our fingertips as community managers, and we put it to work for you.
We offer a stand-alone solution, Quiip Social Media Monitoring and Reporting, which delivers comprehensive reporting, monitoring, and analytics. Quiip Social Media Monitoring and Reporting provides reports that address the ‘So, what… ?’ factor. We provide actionable insights that can improve social media, marketing, customer service and business performance.
Quiip offers comprehensive reporting. Reports including any combination of mentions, trends, sentiment analysis, audience growth, engagement, influencers, word clouds, hashtag tracking, campaign performance and much more. These reports also, and most importantly, break down the numbers and give you real actionable insights.
Quiip offers social media monitoring in the form of daily checks and escalation from $900/month, and comprehensive social media reporting from $1,300/month.
Key insights make all the difference in analytics – this is often where your direction and action will come from.
Above: Mention summaries for Adam Goodes and David Jones including reach, frequency and overall sentiment.
Above: A closer look at the overall sentiment for mentions of Adam Goodes and David Jones.
Above: The most frequently used hashtags with mentions of Adam Goodes and David Jones.
Above: Sample of a Quiip Report Social Media Monitoring Report from 2015 focusing on the Melbourne Cup.
“It was a huge relief in terms of time and reliability having the Quiillion team handle our reporting. The support was great and they went beyond the stock standard to provide some of the successes and insights that were specific to Sydney Writers’ Festival. The wrap up report was easily understood amongst staff and helped us learn more about our online presence.”
Luke De Silva, Sydney Writer’s Festival