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February 12th, 2011 | 3 Comments » Canceled: Measure It! – March 2nd 2011 in Dublin

Event canceled due to lack of interest

Venue: To be decided

Time/Date: March 2nd, 2011. 10am to 12pm

If you want to present a quick case study, email me or leave a comment. This post will be updated when speakers are confirmed.

January 22nd, 2011 | 31 Comments » Measure It! February 2nd 2011 – Science Gallery

Measure It! will finally get underway on Feb 2nd from 10am to 12pm

Want to attend? Leave a comment here on this post. Also follow @measureIt on Twitter to get more updates.
If you want to present. Email Mulley.

Full details:
Location: Studio 1, Science Gallery, Dublin
Time: 10am to 12pm

Measure It! structure:
2-3 presentations followed by breaking it out into groups for a task. (Music from Jeopardy may or may not play)

November 24th, 2010 | 20 Comments » Measure it! 2011 – January 5th or January 12th?

It’s the 12th.

Been an age since this blog was updated. So who wants to come along to the first Measure It! of 2011 and what date do you want?

Vote in the comments for:

  • January 5th
  • January 12th

October 9th, 2010 | 36 Comments » Measure It! – Thursday November 4th 2010

The next Measure It! is on Thursday November 4th 2010.

The event will take place from 10am to 12pm at eircom HQ in Heuston Quarter. You can get the Luas to Heuston and then cross the road as if walking to IMMA. Thanks to Gina for organising the venue. Leave a comment if you want to attend. You can get updates about Measure It! on Twitter too. How modern.

  • Gina from eircom will talk about using “old skool” metrics to sell new skool social media to an organisation
  • Alan O’Rourke from SpoiltChild will cover how to measure Return on Investment and Earnings per Lead for social media campaigns.
  • Stephen O’Leary will show you social media coverage of a recent news item

What Measure It! is:
This is an informal event where those working in and around social media/digital/online marketing gather every month or so and share case studies or insights about social media measurement in order to up the knowledge that people working in this area have. The event is free. We normally do 2-3 10 minute presentations and Q&As around them and then you are split into groups to do an assigned task around social media/measurement. The value of Measure It! is in the sharing of information and networking with new people so don’t huddle together with your colleagues!


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