Michelle Greenlee

Online Calendar Company Organizes Social Input

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tinym
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Re: Great Example
tinym   4/14/2012 1:47:21 PM
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Yes, Google added social media engagement tracking in Analytics. +1 stats are included easily since they can be tied to your Google account but it takes a little bit of work to track other network activity.

tinym
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tinym   4/14/2012 1:32:53 PM
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Hey now, not all husbands are doing less at home. Solid data on the distribution of labor at home would be interesting to see. I'm thinking more to the point of showing the kids just how much work it takes to keep them clothed, fed, and shipped off to appointments and activities.

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Re: Social analytics, the final frontier?
tinym   4/14/2012 1:28:08 PM
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I had a full schedule yesterday and couldn't make it to the e-chat. Thanks for the mention in your latest post, and for the kind words. I appreciate it very much & I'm glad you found my post useful.

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Re: Social analytics, the final frontier?
Shawn Hessinger   4/14/2012 10:19:31 AM
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Missed you at yesterday's e-chat, tinym, but thought you might like to check out my latest post inspired by your awsome interview with Cozi. Thanks!

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Re: Cozi idea
BethSchultz   4/13/2012 5:37:29 PM
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Now there's a thought, Michelle. But can you imagine the wars that might ensue when wives can prove, with solid data, that they really do do so much more then men?! 

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Re: Great Example
Greg Laugero   4/13/2012 11:28:32 AM
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Thanks, Michelle. That's a great list. I also understand that Google Analytics has added some new capabilities (segments) that make it possible to measure the effectiveness of social media in driving traffic and conversions to websites.

And, yes, my family needs Cozi!

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Daniel   4/13/2012 8:38:11 AM
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Michelle, I think such collaborative tools are very helpful for families. In today's fast life, most of peoples won't get enough time to spend with their family and to share things. So such common calendar can notify everybody about the plans and other activities.

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Shawn Hessinger   4/12/2012 11:55:57 PM
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Hi tinym,

Thanks for the links. I'll definitely have to check them out. Managing social media interaction is a passion of mine so any extra tools that will help are certainly helpful.

tinym
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tinym   4/12/2012 9:58:21 PM
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Thank you for stopping in today, and for the kind words. There are other similar tools available, though I'm not as familiar with them as with Lithium.

tinym
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Re: Social analytics, the final frontier?
tinym   4/12/2012 9:39:19 PM
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Thanks for the kind words (and invite to tomorrow's chat session). I have a full schedule tomorrow but I'll certainly drop in if I have the chance.

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