|Description||Social media performance measurement|
|Seed, 12/2010 |
Neu Venture Capital
|Venture Round, 12/2011 |
Neu Venture Capital
awe.sm measures how social marketing leads to more signups, purchases, and other business goals that drive financial outcomes. Its customer base includes brands and developers in technology, media, and retail.
The company currently markets two products:
Using awe.sm’s marketer-facing product, a brand that markets on Twitter can log into a reporting tool that reveals the specific business outcomes — for example, sales, registrations, or subscriptions — generated by each specific post. The tool also tracks how many people saw each tweet, re-shared it, marked it as a favorite, or replied to it; as well as how many clicks, pageviews and conversions the post generated. The tool additionally provides optimizations and insights, such as identifying important followers and recommending when to post in the future.
awe.sm’s core technology also is available to software developers and websites as a suite of developer APIs. These tools enable programmatically creating tracking links; amassing custom metadata — for example, for which social network a link is being created, which customer or user created a link, or relevant keywords or product SKUs associated with the link; and retrieving click, pageview, conversion outcomes, and other statistics about each link or group of links. The APIs are used to power social features and applications, including marketing automation tools, social games, commerce, and customer rewards programs.
|Launch Date||April 22, 2009|
|Closed Date||December, 2012|
TweetPo.st is designed for those of us who want to use Twitter as our primary status update tool without spamming all of our Facebook friends with tweets that don’t make any sense to them.
|Launch Date||May, 2009|
|Tags||social-media, twitter, facebook, google-plus, analytics, performance-marketing, social-media-marketing|
awe.sm’s closed-loop attribution illuminates exactly what happened to each social post — from reach and reactions, to the traffic it drives, all the way to the business results it achieves.
The tool measures how social directly drives business KPIs by allowing users to define multiple outcomes to track, and attributing each conversion to the specific social post that caused it.
A sharecount button for Facebook.