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5 indicators to monitor in "Disease Awareness" campaigns and how to choose an "influencer"



To monitor the performance of a "Disease Awareness" campaign on social networks, it is important to monitor several metrics that allow evaluating the reach, engagement and impact of the campaign. Some of the key metrics include:

  1. Reach: Number of unique people who saw the campaign's content on social media.

  2. Impressions: Total number of times the campaign content was viewed on social media.

  3. Engagement: number of interactions with campaign content, such as likes, comments, and shares.

  4. Clicks: number of clicks on the campaign's links and calls to action, which indicate a greater interest in learning more about the disease and ways of preventing and treating it.

  5. Conversions: number of people who took a specific action after being impacted by the campaign, such as scheduling a medical appointment or donating to a health institution.


In addition, it is important to choose an influencer (or influencer) who has an affinity with the cause and an audience aligned with the campaign objective. For this, you need to consider some points:

  1. Relevance: the influencer must have an audience relevant to the cause and have credibility to talk about the topic.

  2. Engagement: the influencer must have a good engagement rate with the public, which demonstrates a real and effective interaction with the audience.

  3. Alignment: the influencer must have a speech aligned with the cause of the campaign and be willing to engage in a genuine and authentic way.

  4. Experience: the influencer must have previous experience in social campaigns and be able to produce engaging and relevant content for the audience.

  5. Cost: the influencer must be within the budget available for the campaign and be able to deliver the expected result.

By monitoring these metrics and strategically choosing an influencer, it is possible to enhance the impact of a "Disease Awareness" campaign on social networks, reaching a broad and engaged audience and raising awareness of the importance of disease prevention and treatment.

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