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Metrics That Influence

How a Digital Marketing Agency Uses Social Data to Hone Its Client Strategy

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Metrics That Influence

How a Digital Marketing Agency Uses Social Data to Hone Its Client Strategy

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Taylor and Pond Client Strategy

What you’ll learn:

  • How Taylor & Pond uses Dash Hudson to toggle between clients, keeping topline performance concise to save hours of time spent on reporting
  • How to use custom Dashboards to monitor client KPIs and find ways to one-up last month’s performance
  • Tactics to measure the effectiveness and ROI of influencer relationships, aligning social metrics with client needs

Dash Hudson Products Used

Dashboards and Reporting

Use Cases

Social Engagement and Scheduling | Reporting, Insights, and Trends | Influencer and Creator ROI | Paid Advertising - Simplify Workflow and Save Time



Increase in average effectiveness rate


Increase in average engagement rate

Taylor & Pond used Dash Hudson to help an industry-leading beauty brand achieve to above metrics.

Client Management Made Simple

Taylor & Pond has seen it all. As a full-service digital marketing agency for over 25 years, the firm has been at the forefront of the digital revolution. While the agency’s roots lie in web development, it has evolved with the times, offering all aspects of digital marketing support to its clients including content creation, search advertising, web development, and influencer marketing. With the bulk of Taylor & Pond’s accounts invested in the ever-changing social media space, the agency faces many challenges. Find out how the agency stays on top of social media performance for multiple clients at once, using customizable dashboards, as well as how it helps its high-profile clients in the beauty and CPG industries prove the ROI of influencer relationships.

Visualization of Dash Hudson's Influencer Relationships score card. Featuring beauty imagery, posts featuring you, average engagement rate, effectiveness, and followers gained.

“One of the most beneficial metrics we report back to our clients is effectiveness rate—this helps us provide more insight into what is actually resonating with an audience by measuring engagement from the number of people who have seen the post. Basing the metric off of reach, and not followers, helps us provide context as to why a post didn’t perform well, and helps us determine what we can fix moving forward.”

Kassidy Abbott,
Senior Digital Account Manager
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