Show the Impact of your Initiatives
Saybubble’s built-in analytics give you the ability to understand the impact of your events, your tasks, and your member engagement. They also provide proof of impact which is easily sharable to your membership, your elected officials, or your targeted media outlets.
Measure the Impact of your Group’s actions
Pins on your Map – Display the impact of your efforts on a map of your community, your city, your state, or your country.
Example: All posts to the platform come with a geographic marker. As your membership takes action you can see their pins falls across the map of your area, or the area you are targeting. It’s interactive for your membership encouraging their engagement, and it’s also an effective tool for you to understand the geographic spread of information, or to see how an initiative can go viral over the map.
Track Impact – Measure the impact of your initiatives by consolidating and quantifying member activity.
Example: The analytic tools will give you the exact number of posts, the number of people that registered their action, as well as the geographic understanding of where all the content took place. Having these quotable figures will allow you to better understand where your needs are, as well as, better frame your arguments. It will also consolidate all the media created around a task or event providing you a historical record that’s easily shareable.
Share the Impact – Engage government, corporate officials, and media by showing the strength, size, and sentiment of your membership
Example: The analytics gathered from activities on the platform are easily shareable to those that need to see and understand the sentiment and efforts of their constituents, their consumers, or their readers. To further demonstrate this impact, you will also be able to share via email, or share onto other social media channels, the volume of content that was created around an initiative, event, or task.
Measure your Group Membership Engagement
Measure Member Engagement – Manage group membership engagement by reviewing who’s acting or participating. You can see which one of your members participated in an action and see the overall level of their engagement.
Example: Knowledge is power, and when you’re able to better understand what was, and wasn’t, successful with engaging your members you’ll be able to better hone your initiatives for effectiveness/inspire member participation.