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  • We Gotta Start Meeting This Way… “ Go to where the people are.” By: Ryan Cox Cox Consulting LLC.
  • Social Media
  • We’re a follow first consumer society.
    • Thought Leader
    • New, Fresh, Constant
    • Talk with your audience, not at
    • Are you where they want you to be?
  • The 3 Amigos of Social Media
  • Online Marketing
  • The Culprits
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • Blogging
    • Social Sharing Tools
    • Google+
    What should I be on? How often should I do it? Does it cost money? Where can I find help?
  • Perfecting Pull Marketing Online
  • 3 Keys to Social Media, Digital Marketing & Blogging
  • Ideas Abound Where do you get your ideas from?
  • Facts that will scare you.
    • If Facebook were a country, it would be the 3 rd largest country in the world with over 800 million + people.
    • There are 17 tweets per second on Twitter that have a link.
    • My current online marketing reach is over 200K people per message.
    • YouTube is the second largest search engine, ahead of Yahoo! and Bing. (It’s owned by the largest, Google, too.)
    • 60% of adult persons check social media every day.
  • Social Media vs. Print Media
    • More informal & personal
    • Highly flexible
    • Interactive
    • More formal
    • Relatively inflexible
    • Static
  • Strategy
    • Go to where the fight is
    • Mobile-ready content
    • What are competitors doing?
    • Eyes on your content
    • Immediate media
  • You Can Ignore It, But Its Not Going Away. Ryan Cox Cox Consulting LLC Email: [email_address] Website: http://about.me/ryancox Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/coxymoney Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ryanleecox