Business analysts

Seven Layers of Social Media Analytics

Author: Gohar F. Khan

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category: Business analysts

Page: 189

View: 659

The book offers concepts, tools, tutorials, and case studies that business managers need to extract and analyze the seven layers of social media data, including text, actions, networks, apps, hyperlinks, search engines, and location layers. Social media analytics is about converting unstructured social media data into meaningful business insights. By the end of this book, you will have mastered the concepts, techniques, and tools used to extract business insights from social media that help increase brand loyalty, generate leads, drive traffic, and ultimately make good business decisions. The book is non-technical in nature best suited for business managers, owners, consultants, students, and professors, etc. Here is how the book is structured: Chapter 1: The Seven Layers of Social Media Analytics Chapter 2: Understanding Social Media Chapter 3: Social Media Text Analytics Chapter 4: Social Media Network Analytics Chapter 5: Social Media Actions Analytics Chapter 6: Social Media Apps Analytics Chapter 7: Social Media Hyperlinks Analytics Chapter 8: Social Media Location Analytics Chapter 9: Social Media Search Engine Analytics Chapter 10: Aligning Social Media Analytics with Business Goals The book also comes with a companion site (http: //7layersanalytics.com/) which offers Updated Tutorials, Power-Point Slide, Case Studies, Sample Data, and Syllabus.
Computers

Analytics and Knowledge Management

Author: Suliman Hawamdeh

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 446

View: 705

The process of transforming data into actionable knowledge is a complex process that requires the use of powerful machines and advanced analytics technique. Analytics and Knowledge Management examines the role of analytics in knowledge management and the integration of big data theories, methods, and techniques into an organizational knowledge management framework. Its chapters written by researchers and professionals provide insight into theories, models, techniques, and applications with case studies examining the use of analytics in organizations. The process of transforming data into actionable knowledge is a complex process that requires the use of powerful machines and advanced analytics techniques. Analytics, on the other hand, is the examination, interpretation, and discovery of meaningful patterns, trends, and knowledge from data and textual information. It provides the basis for knowledge discovery and completes the cycle in which knowledge management and knowledge utilization happen. Organizations should develop knowledge focuses on data quality, application domain, selecting analytics techniques, and on how to take actions based on patterns and insights derived from analytics. Case studies in the book explore how to perform analytics on social networking and user-based data to develop knowledge. One case explores analyze data from Twitter feeds. Another examines the analysis of data obtained through user feedback. One chapter introduces the definitions and processes of social media analytics from different perspectives as well as focuses on techniques and tools used for social media analytics. Data visualization has a critical role in the advancement of modern data analytics, particularly in the field of business intelligence and analytics. It can guide managers in understanding market trends and customer purchasing patterns over time. The book illustrates various data visualization tools that can support answering different types of business questions to improve profits and customer relationships. This insightful reference concludes with a chapter on the critical issue of cybersecurity. It examines the process of collecting and organizing data as well as reviewing various tools for text analysis and data analytics and discusses dealing with collections of large datasets and a great deal of diverse data types from legacy system to social networks platforms.