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Mead Johnson Social Insights

The agency Cherry Thinking approached 4Ps Marketing on behalf of their client Mead Johnson to analyse their social media activity over the last 18 months from Facebook and Twitter. Mead Johnson provide baby formulas for children with dairy intolerance and social media plays an important part in their marketing and community strategies. Therefore understanding the different roles it plays in the relationships with their customers is crucial to getting those strategies right.

Objective: to understand what type of social media posts on Facebook and Twitter are most likely to have the biggest impact based on the desired objective and how social media traffic behaves once on the Mead Johnson sites.

The Problem

The Solution

4Ps analytics consultants exported all the relevant data from Facebook and Twitter so it was all in one place. This enabled large amounts of data to be referenced together making it easier to identify performance and behavioural trends by content theme, post type, promoted or not promoted campaigns and individual users.

For Facebook we identified:

For Twitter we identified:

The Results

In terms of identifying onsite behavior from the social media campaigns the 4Ps analytics consultants created segments in Universal Analytics for both Facebook and Twitter traffic and then used these segments to see what onsite content was engaged with, which goals were completed and which events were generated. The sites are non-transactional otherwise we would have looked at ecommerce behaviour as well.

When we tie everything together Mead Johnson can now define clear objectives for their different social media campaigns, such as brand awareness or to drive traffic, then identify the best platform, content theme and type of post to achieve it.

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