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This Social Media Report Haiku Deck template was created in the Kalamazoo theme, with image filters on.

More about themes here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-templates-with-pizzazz/

Social Media Report Template

Published at Nov 18, 2015
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Social Media Report Template

Created with Haiku Deck
This Social Media Report Haiku Deck template was created in the Kalamazoo theme, with image filters on.

More about themes here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-templates-with-pizzazz/
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August, 2014

Social Media Report
You can use this template for a weekly, monthly, or yearly social media report. Simply customize it to your needs.
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Twitter

To make sure that you're not overloading your social media report presentation with too much information on each slide or confusing your audience with what data points go with which platform, try using bumper slides to introduce information for each social media channel.

(You don't need to start with Twitter, you can start with any social media channel you'd like; maybe start with the channel you focus most of your efforts on.)
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Use the stat chart to illustrate the key metrics you measure each month. You can feature different metrics than the ones mentioned here.

You can also include additional metrics or mention the percentage of change compared to previous months, here in the notes section.

More about notes: http://blog.haikudeck.com/turn-presentations-into-content-assets/

Top Tweets

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Showcase some of the top tweets you had this past month; you can feature each tweet on a different slide, mention the person who sent the tweet, or capture screenshots of those tweets and import them into each slide.

More on importing your own images, here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/import-images-like-a-pro/

Analysis

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  • First item
Bullet slides are great for quickly providing key points and takeaways. Use this slide to showcase what you learned from this past month; for example, if you tried something new, what were the results?

More about bullet points here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/power-tips-for-haiku-deck-lists/

You can always use the space in the notes to include examples or any additional information if necessary.

Recommendations

  • Second recommendation
  • Third recommendation
  • First recommendation
Based on your analysis, what are your recommendations for your social media strategy for the upcoming months? What would you repeat? What wouldn't you repeat? And what would you try differently?

Include any explanatory details and any other ideas here in the notes.

Google+

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Top Posts

  • First post
  • Second post
  • Third post

Analysis

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  • Fist item
  • Second item

Recommendations

  • First recommendation
  • Third recommendation
  • Second recommendation

Facebook

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Top Posts

  • Second post
  • Third post
  • First post

Analysis

  • Third item
  • Second item
  • Fist item

Recommendations

  • Second recommendation
  • Third recommendation
  • First recommendation

LinkedIn

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Top Posts

  • First post
  • Second post
  • Third post

Analysis

  • Third item
  • Fist item
  • Second item

Recommendations

  • Third recommendation
  • First recommendation
  • Second recommendation

Pinterest

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Top Posts

  • Third pin
  • First pin
  • Second pin

Analysis

  • Second item
  • Third item
  • Fist item

Recommendations

  • Third recommendation
  • First recommendation
  • Second recommendation

Instagram

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Top Posts

  • Third post
  • First post
  • Second post

Analysis

  • Second item
  • Fist item
  • Third item

Recommendations

  • Third recommendation
  • Second recommendation
  • First recommendation

Questions?

team@haikudeck.com
Provide information on how your audience, coworkers, or managers, can reach you if they have any questions about your report.

If you have a great example of a Social Media Report Haiku Deck, be sure to share it with us at gallery@haikudeck.com!