PR Analytics 2016

25 Feb 2016, PRmoment events
Cost: £199
London

Why attend?: Learn how to measure the outcome of your PR and evaluate the impact of social media

Who?: For the full speaker program, please scroll down beneath the form below. If you have problems booking this conference, or require further information, please email bensmith@prmoment.com. Our offices are open 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday.

Where?: The address for this seminar is: Instinctif, 65 Gresham Street, London, EC2V 7NQ

Please see the full programme below.

 

Timetable

8.30am Registration  
9.00am

Chairperson Welcome
Ben Smith, founder, PRmoment

9.10am

Is measuring the impact of PR more difficult than the measurement of marketing?
Dave Stevens, Marketing Director, British Land

  • Comparing the measurement of marketing and PR in B2B markets
  • PR can contribute marketing ROI in B2B markets but too often its measurement is done poorly
  • Don’t be tempted to measure activity, measure what matters to the business
  • Is marketing measurement currently more sophisticated than PR measurement?
9.45am

Consumers don’t hear communications in silos, so don’t measure communications in silos
Karen Prichard, Managing Director Reputation, Ebiquity

  • Measurement has changed: Boards are increasingly looking for data to show the impact of the different forms of communications on organisational objectives and now require marketing data to show impact on objectives
  • Is messaging equally effective across all media types?  
  • Why PR professionals must understand the impact on company objectives of their work
  • Soft brand metrics versus advertising – what we are learning? The mix of financial and softer KPIs
  • Integrated and convergence measurement: Pinpointing and differentiating the effect impact of PR and advertising through econometric modelling
10.15am

Understand your impact on sales, that is the best measurement
Paul Wooding, Director of Public Relations, EMEAI at WD, a Western Digital company

  • Are we framing the measurement of PR wrongly?
  • There are lots of measurement tools out there but are we in danger of measuring the wrong stuff?
  • Why PR campaigns should be focused on how they will impact the business
  • Understand your impact on sales, that is the best measurement
  • If you can’t say how your PR budget has impacted the business, you risk losing that budget
10.45am

Progress report: Is the measurement of PR improving?

Quick fire presentations and panel:

The agency perspective:

5 mins on: How PR agencies can use a measurement framework for their clients
Andy West, Group Chief Development Officer, Hotwire

5 mins on: A reality check: Can you accurately measure the quality of corporate counsel?
Oliver Pauley, Managing Director, Portland UK

5 mins on: What the client wants: What Direct Line Group wants from their measurement
Claire Foster, PR Manager, Direct Line Group

Measurement consultancies:

5 mins on: Have measurement capabilities improved
Jeremy Thompson, Managing Director EMEA, Cision and Chairman, AMEC

5 mins on: Are PR people interested in measurement yet?
Mark Westaby, Director, Spectrum Consulting

To be clear, we’ve deliberately chosen panellists who do not currently work together

Followed by an audience Q&A














11.30am

Informal networking
Tea, coffee, biscuits and fruit

 
Midday

Top tips on How to Use AMEC’s Social Media Measurement Framework
Elayne Phillips, Insight and Evaluation, Prime Minister's Office & Cabinet Office Communications, AMEC (The International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communications)

  • Identifying the best social media metrics for different campaigns
  • Why metrics should always support the business and/or program objectives
  • What are the best sources of data when measuring social media
  • A guide to using AMEC's business and channel metrics framework
  • A guide to using AMEC's Paid, Owned and Earned (PESO) metrics framework
12.30pm

How better evaluation has increased the effectiveness of government communications
Paul Njoku, Head of GCS Evaluation Project, Government Communication Service

  • What UK Government Communications is doing to lead the charge in the field of measurement
  • Why evaluation is important to improving and saving lives in the UK
  • The frameworks and models it uses to prove PR value
1pm

How O2 use social analytics
Daryl West, Social Media Insight Lead, Telefónica O2

  • Using social media analytics to produce insight stories grounded in data
  • Using analytics to drive engagement on social channels
  • Using social analytics as an early warning system if things go wrong
  • How the insight team plugs into the PR team, the marketing team and the customer care team
1.30pm

Chair summing up

 
1.35pm

Buffet lunch

 
2.30pm Close of conference  

 

Speaker Program

Paul Wooding
Director of Public Relations, EMEAI
Western Digital
Daryl West
Social Media Insight Lead
Telefónica O2
Paul Njoku
Head of GCS Evaluation Project
Government Communication Service
Dave Stevens
Marketing Director
British Land