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Well done, you have completed your final week! You learned about:

  • how to use follower and engagement trends to monitor social media performance
  • how to identify and react to issues that might be dragging performance down
  • how to report your social media performance to those who aren’t knowledgeable about the channel
  • common good practices and pitfalls
  • how to decide what to test
  • how to record your test results.

If you have not completed the other courses within the ExpertTrack and are interested in doing so, you can find full information here: How to Create a Social Media Strategy.

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