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Jason Falls's "The Art of Listening" presentation for the Public Relations Society of America teleseminar December 11, 2008.

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    • The Art Of Listening How Social Media Offers Unprecedented Access To Consumer & Audience Intelligence At Literally No Charge Jason Falls – Doe-Anderson PRSA Teleseminar December 11, 2008
      • How to find conversations about your brand
      • The difference between monitoring and measurement
      • How to participate/respond meaningfully
      • How to mine information for the company good
      • How to apply audience intelligence across the organization
        • Free Monitoring
          • Google Alerts ( http://www.google.com/alerts )
          • Twitter Search ( http://search.twitter.com ) (RSS)
          • Technorati ( http://www.technorati.com )
          • Bloglines ( http://www.bloglines.com ) (RSS)
          • Icerocket ( http://www.icerocket.com ) (RSS)
          • Others (MySpace, Facebook)
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    • Paid Monitoring & Measurement
        • Paid Monitoring/Measurement
          • Radian6 ( http://www.radian6.com )
          • Evolve24 ( http://www.evolve24.com )
          • Vibemetrix (http://www.vibemetrix.com )
          • BrandWatch ( http://www.brandwatch.net )
          • K.D. Paine & Partners ( http:// www.kdpaine.com )
          • Nielsen Online ( http://www.nielsen-online.com )
          • Cymfony ( http:// www.cymfony.com )
          • Collective Intellect ( http:// www.collectiveintellect.com )
          • MotiveQuest ( http:// www.motivequest.com )
    • Radian6
        • Actionable (Monitoring)
          • Conversations
          • Mentions (Positive & Negative)
        • Measuring
          • Number of conversations/mentions
          • Sentiment & Tone
          • Competitors
          • Influencers (Comments, Subscribers, Audience)
      What Am I Looking For?
    • Monitoring vs. Measurement
      • Monitoring is:
        • Watching and/or listening to conversations in order to determine course of action
      • Measurement is:
        • Quantifying or qualifying conversations to establish success, failure or comparison
      • Respond rapidly (bad and good)
      • Saying “I don’t know” is good, so long as you find out and respond
      • Let social settings be your guide
        • Provide Value = Earn Credibility + Consistency Over Time = Earned Trust
        • Earned Trust = Influence
    • Mining For Information
      • How To Get There
        • Earn credibility and trust
        • Ask for permission
        • Don’t be a broken record
        • Say “Please,” “I’m Sorry,” and “Thank You.”
    • Mining For Information
      • Examples
        • Input On New Products
        • Idea Gathering For New Products/Improvements
        • Gather Responses To Policy Changes or Positions
        • Gauge Reactions To Company Decisions Before Made
    • Applying Intelligence
      • Learn to trust your consumers
      • Gather learnings then do something with them
      • Champion the consumer up the ladder
      • Empower employees to utilize social media
        • Make everyone responsible for company reputation
        • Start by listening and participating internally
    • Let’s Connect Jason Falls Director of Social Media Doe-Anderson Louisville, Ky. [email_address] Twitter: @JasonFalls O: 502.815.3257 www.socialmediaexplorer.com