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Google Analytics New Social Media ROI Reports Fall Short

MoneyI love what I’ve seen thus far from reports online about the new social media ROI reports within google analytics. Users will start seeing them today. Some will see the changes in the coming weeks.  But I’d still love to see an analytics tool that would show me the Google Page Rank or SEOMoz rank affect of social media mentions of my clients’ web properties.  Increased page rank is  gift that keeps on giving. Shouldn’t google or seomoz.org or others become better at reporting on this? What do you think?

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