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A Small-scale Analysis of Health Service Stakeholder Networks: Insights from Social Media

last modified Feb 23, 2016 12:21 PM
February Paper on 'A Small-scale Analysis of Health Service Stakeholder Networks: Insights from Social Media' by Jessica Wyllie, Benjamin Lucas, Brent Kitchens, Ben Kozary, Mohamed Zaki, and Jamie Carlson

In this monthly paper the authors illustrate how by actively scanning their stakeholder networks, not-forprofit organizations can identify opportunities to enhance marketing effectiveness. Specifically, the authors provide novel insights for marketing managers and social media analysts on how to: (1) implement a feasible, useful and sustainable approach to stakeholder network analysis via social media; (2) identify and target relevant stakeholders for the development of formal and informal reciprocal relationships by leveraging resources to enhance marketing effectiveness; (3) make informed resource allocation decisions to optimize and focus marketing activities towards the most relevant stakeholders and on building formal and informal reciprocal relationships with these stakeholders, and; (4) scan their social media stakeholder networks for connections with large and relevant external audiences. Further, the approaches proposed in this paper are flexible and accessible and can be applied to other not-for-profit and for-profit service contexts. [download paper]

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