Digital marketing professionals are responsible crafting effective audience-centric campaigns. These campaigns are complex, including email, website, social media, search and constituent data. You can’t understand whether or not a campaign is effective or where the opportunities lie if you don’t track the right campaign metrics across all of these platforms. In this episode of Higher Ed Special Edition, learn how to measure the success of your digital efforts and how to report them back to your senior leadership and campus stakeholders in a format that is simple to maintain and understand.


This episode is sponsored by OmniUpdate

Episode Host

Daniella Nordin

Daniella Nordin

Daniella is a digital content strategist with a roots in social media marketing. Her work includes producing and curating content that engages — and cultivates — alumni and prospective students. She fangirls over finding ways to creatively share stories online and offline. A native of the great state of Ohio, Daniella is a graduate of The Ohio State University (#BuckeyeForLife) and holds an M.A. in Communications from the University at Albany, SUNY. You can find her drinking Diet Coke, watching The West Wing, and listening to podcasts, when she isn't co-hosting Ladies 80s on the Skidmore College radio station.


Jonathan Anspaugh

Jonathan Anspaugh is a digital marketing specialist with analytics and lead conversion expertise with roots in every area of the marketing industry. His career path has provided a deep insight into the interlinking capabilities of each marketing channel to produce unparalleled success in lead conversion and campaign ROI. These experiences coupled with a natural ability for analytical analysis has provided Jon the opportunity to craft numerous “smart reporting” practices to increase efficiency through automation and reduce reporting workloads.