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  • 1. PR in a Social CRM World Jacob Morgan
  • 2.
    • Principal, Chess Media Group
    • Author of Twittfaced
    • Blogger on E2.0 and SCRM: jmorganmarketing.com
    • Traveler, Chess Lover, and Explorer
    • Twitter: @jacobm
    • Fellow @SNCR
  • 3.
    • Agenda
    • Traditional PR
    • Social Media
    • Social Media for PR
    • Where PR fits with SCRM
    • How do you get there?
    • Key takeaways
  • 4.  
  • 5. PR is still a critical part of a company’s brand management strategy
  • 6. Traditional PR
    • Media Lists
    • A Pitch
    • Press releases to news outlets
    • Exposure for company IF media writes a story about it
    • Controlled company messages
    • One way communication
  • 7. Traditional PR Channels
  • 8. Source: Communications and Public Relations General Accepted Practices 2010 Senior Management Views of Common Organizational Functions’ Contributions to Success, Year-Over-Year Ranking, Corporate Respondents PR Still VERY Important!
  • 9. Convergence of PR and Social Media
  • 10. 93% of Social Media Users Expect a Brand to Have a Social Media Presence Online
  • 11. The PR Evolution One way communication Two way communication and Community Management
  • 12. Part marketing Part content creation Part Public Relations Part customer service Part relationships Part community management Part finding “influencers”
  • 13.
    • 89 percent of journalists turn to blogs for story research, 65 percent to social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn, 61 percent to Wikipedia, and 52 percent to micro-blogging services such as Twitter.
    • ~ Cision Survey 2010
    The New Information Sources
  • 14. Intersection of PR and Social Media
  • 15. The Customer is Changing. Is Your Company? The traditional customer is the one we all were as recently as a decade ago.  We bought products and services and based our decisions on utility and price.  We communicated with the companies we were dealing with by letter, phone call, and occasional e-mail, if they had the facility to do that.  But that customer changed because of a social change in the early part of the millennium.  The customer seized control of the business ecosystem and it was never the same .“ ~ Paul Greenberg, Author of CRM at the Speed of Light
  • 16. PR Trumps Marketing for Social Media Ownership
    • Over 25% of companies put between 81 to 100 percent of budgetary control over social media in PR’s hands , compared to marketing, with only 12.6 percent .
    Source: Communications and Public Relations General Accepted Practices 2010
  • 17. PR/Comms Role
    • "A very persuasive argument can be made that PR/Communication, rather than Marketing, is the logical home for these highly personal and social media, because they require a relatively noncommercial approach," said Jerry Swerling, the Strategic Communication and PR Center's director.
  • 18. The Numbers
    • Fastest growing sector for Internet use is communities ( 5.4% in a year )
    • Member communities reach more internet users (66.8%) than email (65.1%) (Nielsen “Global Faces on Networked Places”)
    • By 2010 over 60% of Fortune 1000 companies will have some form of online community deployed for CRM purposes (Gartner Group – “Business Impact of Social Computing on CRM)
  • 19.  
  • 20. New Communication Channels
  • 21. Will Companies Succeed? “ By 2010 more than half of companies that have established an online community will fail to manage it as an agent of change, ultimately eroding customer value . Rushing into social computing initiatives without clearly defined benefits for both the company and the customer will be the biggest cause of failure .” ~ Gartner Group
  • 22. PR and Social Media
    • Blend traditional and new media to reach journalists as well as consumers
    • Receive and send info in real-time
    • Find additional sources of info
    • Mine for new story ideas and obtain story feedback
    • Get your word out faster in effective, meaningful and engaging ways
  • 23. Social Media for PR
    • - find local experts
    • - find people/photos
    • - seed story ideas
    • - post events, connections
    • - find creative graphics
    • - research other story angles
  • 24.  
  • 25.  
  • 26. How Does SCRM Fit in All of This?
  • 27. What is Social CRM?
    • “ Social CRM is a philosophy & a business
    • strategy, supported by a technology platform,
    • business rules, workflow, processes & social
    • characteristics, designed to engage the
    • customer in a collaborative conversation in
    • order to provide mutually beneficial value in a
    • trusted & transparent business environment.
    • It’s the company's response to the customer’s
    • ownership of the conversation ." ~ Paul Greenberg, Author of CRM at the Speed of Light
  • 28. OR Social CRM Is…
    • … a part of social business that helps companies make sense of (and then act on) the data they collect from social customer interactions.
  • 29. Where is PR?
  • 30. You are here
  • 31. Company Customer
  • 32. Community and Advocacy is the New PR Strategy
    • No longer only journalists
    • It’s now:
      • Your customers
      • Your friends
      • Your family
      • Your employees
      • Your competition
      • Your future customers
  • 33. Social CRM and Conduct
    • Companies no longer maintain control over their image
    • Shift from centrally-controlled message to direct, real-time engagement
    • Companies must be highly transparent, open and visible
    • Conversations are public
  • 34. Slide by Deloitte
  • 35. Word-of-mouth network has gotten more efficient. Much, much, more efficient.
  • 36. SCRM as a PR Strategy
    • Make community a focal point
    • Advocacy and Experience matter
    • Build and reach out to community for a strong brand presence
    • Enlist their help and support
    • Meet the consumer’s needs and wants a customer where she is and when she wants to actively listen
  • 37. PR’s New Role within Marketing
    • Message alignment and distribution between both departments
    • Crisis plans established
    • Monitoring online conversations
    • Timing of message distribution
    • Tone of conversations and response
    • Response time (social service level agreements)
  • 38. PR’s New Role within Sales
    • Understand pricing and products
    • What/where are the distribution channels?
    • Sales/purchase cycle
    • Who are the frequent purchasers?
    • Who is the right contact in sales?
    • Pricing and promotion matches marketing and PR!
  • 39. PR’s New Role within Service and Support
    • Monitoring relevant conversations
    • Understanding and identifying influencers (also with marketing)
    • Who are the right people to solve the issues?
    • When can the issues be resolved?
    • How do problems get fixed at the source?
    • Product issues are PRODUCT ISSUES (or service)
  • 40.  
  • 41.  
  • 42. Product issues are PRODUCT ISSUES Don’t bribe your customers, fix the problem!
  • 43.
    • Lead and participate within your ecosystem
    • Create a relationship based on sharing and providing value
    • Engaging your customers
    • Ambassadors provide word-of-mouth PR for your company
    • Listen to what your customers want and learn from them
    PR’s New Role with the Social Customer
  • 44. PR’s New Role
  • 45. Where do you get started?
  • 46. Take a Look at Now
  • 47. Take a Look at Now
    • Understand the business challenges and obstacles and how to overcome them
      • Why do you want to have a dialogue with your community?
    • Develop an integrated core communications strategy
      • Look at your existing PR/Comm strategy - does social fit?
    • You can start “listening” right away
    • What resources can you allocate?
  • 48. Take a Look at Now
    • You can start “listening” right away
    • How do you want to engage, what value can you contribute?
    • What resources can you allocate?
  • 49. Alignment
  • 50. Alignment
    • Make sure that you understand where PR fits with other departments
    • Develop a crisis management plan
    • Be aware of current issues and what’s being said (Nestle didn’t do this!)
    • Determine channels and how/why they help solve your problem
    • Who is going to lead the effort?
    • Build the infrastructure first!
  • 51.  
  • 52. Engagement Plan
  • 53. Engagement Plan
    • What channels are going to be used?
    • How are they going to be used?
    • What are the customer/company expectations and benefits? (social service level agreements)
    • What resources are you going to devote?
    • Develop advocacy strategy
  • 54.  
  • 55. Long Road Ahead
  • 56. Key Takeaways
    • PR is still important to the overall success of an organization
    • PR now involves a strong focus on advocacy
    • PR needs to work within the SCRM structure with Marketing, Sales, Service and Support, and the Customer
    • Strategy is first, tools and technology are second
    • PR has an important role in developing a social business
  • 57. Thank You
    • chessmediagroup.com
    • [email_address]
    • Twitter: @jacobm
    • Blog: jmorganmarketing.com