12 Ways to Measure Your Marketing Impact

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With the proliferation of tools for both measuring and automating your marketing efforts, startups aren't exactly wanting for real-time marketing data. But while spreadsheets and dashboards are nice, actually being able to prove your marketing works is far more useful.

Interested in how other startups are measuring their marketing efforts, I asked a group of entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council to share how they currently track their successes (and failures). Their best responses are below:

1. Tracking

John Hall Now that high-quality content has so many benefits in the marketing world, it's important to track all its different uses. For example, when you share specific pieces of content, use Buffer to track it. Or, when you send someone an email that includes a specific type of content, use HubSpot or Infusionsoft to track the results. It can be as simple as tracking the clicks on your recent post that's in your signature line.
- John Hall, Influence & Co. Read more...

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