Social media handbook


Summary

This undergraduate textbook adopts the perspective of organisations - not individuals - and clarifies the impact of social media on their different departments or disciplines, while also exploring how organisations use social media to create business value.

To do so, the book pursues a uniquely multi-disciplinary approach, embracing IT, marketing, HR and many other fields.

  • Introduces the reader to the essentials of social media
  • Pursues a comprehensive approach to social media, viewing it from an organizational perspective
  • Combines academic insights and practical tips and tricks

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A video introduction is also available: Video - Social media management handbook

Chapters

  • Chapter 1—Introduction to social media management
  • Chapter 2—Definitions, social media types, and tools
  • Chapter 3—Social media strategy and return on investment
  • Chapter 4—Online advertising and viral campaigns
  • Chapter 5—Social customer relationship management
  • Chapter 6—Search engine optimisation
  • Chapter 7—Sentiment analysis and opinion mining (Business intelligence 1)
  • Chapter 8—Social network data and predictive mining (Business intelligence 2)
  • Chapter 9—e-Recruitment
  • Chapter 10—Crowdfunding
  • Chapter 11—Legal and ethical issues in social media
  • Chapter 12—Wrap-up
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Reference:

Van Looy, A. (2016). Social media management. Technologies and strategies for creating business value. Switzerland: Springer.