I'm not sure I agree with the title of this infographic from Ndabere since it doesn't actually educate one on how to determine the literal return on investment. More so, it's a great infographic that shows where marketers should look for a return on investment by leveraging Facebook and Twitter.
N'ime infographic, usoro nke ile anya mgbanwe na nzaghachi tupu na mgbe mkpọsa ahụ is one means of measuring the ROI… but that's only accurate given all other strategies are constant. In a world of content marketing, email, mobile, video and tons of other new media, it's rare that all other mediums will remain constant.
Nkọwa ndị ọzọ nke gaara aba uru bụ itinye ihe omume na data mkpọsa zuru oke ma kesaa URL dị mkpụmkpụ nke enwere ike ịchọta ya n'ụzọ zuru ezu site na ntụgharị. Ọ bụ ezie na enwere uru ndị ọzọ nke mgbasa ozi mmekọrịta dịka akara, ọrụ ndị ahịa, nyocha na okwu ọnụ… opekata mpe ụlọ ọrụ kwesịrị ịnwa ịgbaso azụmaahịa ahụ ruru ndị mmadụ site na ịpị njikọ ndị ekesara ga-eme ka ha laghachi na ntụgharị.