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    Designing Your Content to Travel on the Social Web Designing Your Content to Travel on the Social Web Document Transcript

    • Join Our Social Expedition. Designing Your Content To Travel on the Social Web Published on the 7Summits Blog November 18, 2009 There is an art and science behind designing your content to travel on the social web. Anyone who has seen the conversation prism by Brian Solis is well aware of the many distribution channels and outlets in the social media ecosystem. But what are the ingredients needed to seed your content? •  Reference the Strategy of Giving and you will find a business framework that encourages offering things (including content) for free: http://www.strategyofgiving.com/ •  Social Media Press Releases offers us a new way to think about and distribute PR: http://www.shiftcomm.com/downloads/smr_v1.5.pdf •  Setting Content Free at Ford - http://www.slideshare.net/ scottmonty/setting-content-free-at-ford-web-20-expo In the social web, content is being generated about our companies, products and people everyday whether we are a part of the conversation or not. And therein lies the difference between the social web and its previous iterations. Conversation is now key. Content may still be king, however conversation can amplify its effect whether having positive or negative connotations for a business. Dell's IdeaStorm is a textbook example of how a brand can take negative content and energy surrounding their business and products and channel it into a positive dialog with its consumers now creating positive UGC. 9/23/10 1 ©7Summits
    • How To Create Great Content • The best stuff for social media has:   No registration   Valuable information   Minimal promotional aspects • Break content into bite-sized, digestible chunks. •  Optimized Content is King   Optimize your titles   Optimize your content for SEO and Social pickup   Use Tagging, Metadata and Hashtags   Enable user-tagging of your content (folksonomy)   Categorize Your content (Taxonony)   Optimize Your Digital Assets Video, Photos, Audio   Give your users tools to seed your content on the social web - Re-tweet buttons and social bookmarking apps. 9/23/10 2 ©7Summits
    • Key Takeaways: •  Content is still king, so become a publisher •  Conversation is queen, inspired by content •  Design your content to scale •  Create content that adds value •  Design your content to spark conversation •  Allow your content to be easily shared and distributed (de- centralized) •  Mine your data - there is good content here •  Empower your audience whether consumer or stakeholder to spread the word with the right set of tools •  Mashing up different content can create compelling widgets/ apps •  Content comes in many forms (conversations, comments, text, images, video etc) Paul Stillmank, 7Summits 9/23/10 3 ©7Summits