Overview

Earned media is the measurement of direct and authentic engagements with your audience and influencers across various social channels. Earned Media is the average costs associated with acquiring a single conversion through both Organic and Paid Sources.

More companies are utilizing influencers and ambassadors in their marketing strategies and being able to convert their mentions and endorsements into real numbers allows you to gauge the effectiveness of your campaign and influencers. Sideqik provides you the tools necessary to measure these interactions with your audience, the number of actions completed and the contribution of individual influencers.

The below images go into more detail about the values of each action and the estimated cost for each separate conversion, as well as which action it would be associated with inside Sideqik. 

Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | Forms, Links & Files

Twitter | YouTube | Twitch & Steam | User Generated Content | Recruit

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