Sometimes you just don’t want to scroll down until you find the post that you’re looking for.
We don’t like that either. It takes time and energy - and that’s something that we’re trying to avoid.
And we have the magic recipe.
With the Campaigns feature, you can auto-tag the posts that you want just by searching a specific keyword. And that’s a double win!
Here’s how to do it! Let’s look at my dashboard.
In my project called “cinema&media”, I have added more profiles from brands like Amazon, Disney Plus, HBO, and Netflix (you can see all of them in the Home section).
In the Campaigns section, you can see that I have already created a few campaigns that are running on all the profiles added in this project.
Let’s create a new one:
Step 1: Go to Campaigns section
Step 2: Click on “Create new campaign”
Step 3: Give your campaign a title and create an autotag rule
Note! The autotag is optional. Autotag means that all the posts with the word “Halloween” in them will get automatically tagged. If you choose not to create an autotag rule, then you will do it manually on the posts that you want.
Voilà! There it is!
Now, if you click on that specific campaign, it will direct you to the Campaign Details, so you can take a look at all the data for the selected campaign.
A different way to do this is to go to the Posts Newsfeed section from where you can search for the keyword. As you can see, this is for all the platforms - meaning, all social platforms according to the profiles already added to this project.
And here, you can actually filter all the posts by Campaign (as you can see in the picture below, this is for the TikTok posts included in the “Halloween” Campaign from the selected time period).
Check out some of the articles below from the Socialinsider blog:
- Social Media Campaign Measurement in 5 Easy Steps
- Engagement Rate for All Social Media Platforms
- How Netflix Uses Social Media to Win People's Hearts