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The Twitter Task Flow Table is an easy to use digital marketing tool to stay on track with your Twitter strategy. It's build for collaborative work processes. I integrated it here in this presentation …

The Twitter Task Flow Table is an easy to use digital marketing tool to stay on track with your Twitter strategy. It's build for collaborative work processes. I integrated it here in this presentation which was part of an internal company workshop I gave. Get inspired and feel free to leave some comments and share improvements :-)

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  • 1. TWITTER TASK FLOW TABLE quick Wi t h a ion to int ro duct Tw itter AN EASY TO USE TOOL FOR COLLABORATIVE TWEETING WITHIN YOUR COMPANY. Educational Documents and Presentations for Staff - Prepared by Marc-Oliver Gern April 30th, 2010
  • 2. This document was part of a work shop I gave for a large outdoor tour operator. It was made to educate guest services and booking staff on how to use Twitter as a additional sales tool. © This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Canada License.
  • 3. 1. PART INTRODUCING TWITTER e t h is n d ivi d arts: Yo u ca in 2 p do cument 2. PART: THE USER TASK FLOW TABLE
  • 4. WHAT IS IT?Tw itter Intro WHO IS IT FOR? HOW TO USE IT? IS THERE MORE ?
  • 5. WHAT IS TWITTER FOR YOU Twitter is a 2-way communication tool for individuals and businesses, accessible via the web. It helps you to connect with your customer. Learn more about Twitter here (the Twitter 101 for business). Link above: http://business.twitter.com/twitter101/starting
  • 6. WHO IS IT FOR It’s for employees that work for Guest Services, the Sales- and Marketing- Department. ! Here I specifically adressed the company which the doc was made for
  • 7. WHY USE IT - To increase sales during low-season - To build the company’s online community ! Here I specifically adressed the company which the doc was made for - To provide customer service and - And to increase overall brand loyalty online - you can add more here
  • 8. IN GENERAL, YOU build and manage relationships with our customers online. You use Twitter to gather feedback and share ideas in real-time. Your ‘followers’ will tell you (or anyone else) that they’ve had a great — or disappointing — experience with your business, may offer product ideas, or may just want to learn about great offers. 44% of consumers who follow a brand on Twitter do so for deals. FEED - The Razorfish Digital Brand Experience Report 2009
  • 9. TWITTER WEBSITE & SERVICE – YOUR NEW COMMUNICATION TOOL ! The original screenshot of the company was replaced
  • 10. 5 STEPS TOWARDS YOUR FIRST TWEET 1.  Set up your own Twitter account 2.  Listen and learn from others 3.  Determine Company’s goals 4.  Start with your first tweet for Company XYZ 5.  Measure success
  • 11. 1. STEP: SET UP YOUR OWN 1. Set up your own Twitter account 2. Listen and learn from others 3. Determine Company’s goals TWITTER ACCOUNT 4. Start with your first tweet 5. Measure success Go to and create your personal . It’s free and takes 3 minutes. It’s important to upload a profile pict . People want to see that you are real. It’s all about trust.
  • 12. 2. STEP: LISTEN AND LEARN 1. Set up your own Twitter account 2. Listen and learn from others 3. Determine Company’s goals FROM OTHERS 4. Start with your first tweet 5. Measure success Best Practices available online For example Albion's Oven, a bakery in London, notifies followers @KogiBBQ, a Korean taco truck that drives around Los Angeles, when fresh croissants are ready (@albionsoven) alerting its almost 20,000 followers to its current and future locations. United Airlines and JetBlue use Twitter to provide customer service, in addition to using the micronetwork to offer followers The Michigan Department of Transportation uses Facebook and first dibs on discounted fares and last-minute specials. Dubbed Twitter to alert friends and followers of traffic and road closures. "cheeps" by @JetBlue and "twares" by @unitedairlines @michigandot Brian Simpson (@BSIMI) has helped The Roger Smith in New York Oakland County Parks uses Facebook and Twitter to spread the monitor dialogue related to hotel stays and travel in order to offer word about events and news and also conducts polls to improve specials in the hopes of attracting new guests. local programs and services. @OaklandCoParks In a test run, @NakedPizza – a small delivering service - launched In 2009, I established @microjobs along with Christopher Peri an exclusive-to-Twitter promotion and brought in 15% of the day's (@perivision) to connect employers with job seekers on Twitter. business. (@coffeegroundz) Cafe in Houston, credits Twitter with almost Beth Kanter (@kanter) is using social media for raising awareness doubling their clientele and with opening their eyes to a whole new and money for her causes. Her last call on twitter raised $200,000 way to build Community. Dollars. DELL Computers generated a total of $6.5 million in revenue from their Twitter presence, where they have nearly 1.5 million followers on their @DellOutlet account (and 3 million “connections” across all social sites). Marriot HOTELS engages their followers with online specials, events and contests @MarriottIntl
  • 13. 2. STEP: LISTEN AND LEARN 1. Set up your own Twitter account 2. Listen and learn from others 3. Determine Company’s goals FROM OTHERS 4. Start with your first tweet 5. Measure success
  • 14. 3. STEP: DETERMINE GOALS, 1. Set up your own Twitter account 2. Listen and learn from others 3. Determine Company’s goals CREATE RESULTS 4. Start with your first tweet 5. Measure success Your tweets reflect company goals and user perspectives. Address Company Goals Address User perspective (take it from - increase sales in the off-season your Twitter Bio) - build your online community - You can get special deals - provide customer service and - News and updates - increase overall brand loyalty online - add more here ... - add more ...
  • 15. 4. STEP: YOUR FIRST TWEET – 1. Set up your own Twitter account 2. Listen and learn from others 3. Determine Company’s goals BASIC ELEMENTS 4. Start with your first tweet 5. Measure success 1. GIVE Make an offer 2. TAKE Tell your audience what to do WIN A TOUR! RT this msg & fill in the missing characters. Our longest line is _ _ _ _ft long. RT now till 12pm 3. CONNECT Link to your brand/ product 6. CALL-2-ACTION (if possible) 5. TIME SPECIFIC 4. PLAY Make it unique and playful In order to get something from your audience and to encourage them to ‘volunteer’ for your brand and product – you first have to GIVE.
  • 16. 4. STEP: YOUR FIRST TWEET – 1. Set up your own Twitter account 2. Listen and learn from others 3. Determine Company’s goals BAD EXAMPLE 4. Start with your first tweet 5. Measure success The voice sounds to much like a marketing message (there is the typical marketing promise included CALL-TO-ACTION not coherent initiated by the words “world’s best”). If you talked to with the mesg. This type of call- people the way advertising talked to people, they'd to-action is adequate on an punch you in the face. Dont sell – influence! interactive website, but not on a tweet. Would work if the tweet refers to such an online experience THEN, the call-to- action should actually invite users to experience that webpage (“View, visit, ... our new intaractive website and experience the Peak2Peak ...” Stay within one medium/channel. People usually don’t switch. Use an URL shortener to keep track of your user behavior and user clicks. No unique, specific offer that targets a specific audience.Its a message for the world – You can read something similar on every corner. Talk to everybody and you talk to nobody.
  • 17. 4. STEP: YOUR FIRST TWEET – 1. Set up your own Twitter account 2. Listen and learn from others 3. Determine Company’s goals GOOD EXAMPLE 4. Start with your first tweet 5. Measure success Picture and story about ‘normal Link to another Twitter account if possible, instead of life’ makes it much more just mentioning the name of the brand. personal. Its about sharing stories! The story is the experience. Watch Lisa&Joel’s wedding on the Peak2Peak Gondola. @WhistlerBlckmb offers chance 2 win private gondola trip here: http://bit.ly/9Hy3IA Use an URL shortener to keep track of your user behavior and user clicks. Save some characters. Real, unique value for followers Kepp it short for RT’s of this channel. Clear strategy visible: I can get sweet deals and insights from this twitterer.
  • 18. 4. STEP: YOUR FIRST TWEET – 1. Set up your own Twitter account 2. Listen and learn from others 3. Determine Company’s goals USE CASE FOR A 3 STEP TWEET 4. Start with your first tweet 5. Measure success 1. Grab a Text Sample 2. Await Respond 3. Give further and tweet it. instruction Win EAGLE Tour 4 2 ... this labour RT @Ziptrek: Win EAGLE Tour 4 2 Congrats @Bob. U won the EAGLE day. RT this Tweet to enter the @Ziptrek this labour day. RT this tour. We will send you a code via contest! Tweet to enter the contest! DM. Show it when U sign up at the front desk. Tell your followers exactly what to do If you asked for Re-Tweets of other Provide additional information and and what they need to know. action online - wait till the end to the guide them to the next step. Tweet given time frame. about his/her success if possible, so that others can see; this is for real (try to generate more buzz online)
  • 19. 4. STEP: YOUR FIRST TWEET – 1. Set up your own Twitter account 2. Listen and learn from others 3. Determine Company’s goals TWITTER TASK FLOW TABLE 4. Start with your first tweet 5. Measure success Use this tool to check strategy, get approvals, write your tweet and make notes for adjustments. See example: GOAL & SALES TOOL OCCASION & COPY APPROVAL ADDITIONAL FURTHER LEARNINGS OBJECTIVE AUDIENCE INFO ACTION Find a strategic Find a list of Twitter is a tool A textsample Needs to be Some content of Some tweets Measure or possible sales for real-time you can use for approved by your tweets need further success, make communication tools here communication. your inspiration Marketing needs more info action or must notes to goal described Its more Director... or is part of an be set up in 2 or improve future here. powerful when offline event. 3 steps. twitter its connected to Make sure to campaigns current connect and throughout the situations. provide all info company necessary. Example: Increase Sales Coupons Shoulder Hurry & get Waiting Only for Twitter Send electronic Time frame was Season your 1st ever, approval followers coupon via to short. People time sensitive direct message asked for me. TourTware. 40% on twitter, once Good feedback off from Mai people followed though and 5th-25th. Book us. Verify engagement. a tour now. customers (Link) smartphone.
  • 20. LEARNING BY DOING Keep track of your tweets, make adjustments and improve your messages. BE AWARE OF... MAKE ADJUSTMENTS... The timeframe you were playing with was too short/tight – extend Extend timeframe. Give people time to breath and time to spread the word timeframe. online. Example: Twitter usage is high on Tuesday and Friday around 12pm and 1pm. In the evening again. The wording was not clear enough. Use common language and well known terms and definitions that are in use in the online community. If you are unsure – ask your social media strategist or online community manager You addressed the wrong or non existing audience Be aware who your followers are. Check your hash-tags, dates, names and finally; your web connection. Nobody wants what you offered. You offer apples – but people want One unwritten golden rule is: The more you are AKSING for – the more bananas. you have to GIVE. To find out what people want, and why they follow you – JUST ASK. Encourage your followers to share some of their thoughts from time to time and you will also learn more about your product. Your content strategy was too complicated. People didn’t get it. Make it easy. People just give you 3 to 10 seconds to read your message. One idea in one sentence. One message in one tweet. It was just not the right place. You are on Venus, but your customers live Give people an idea where your ‘event’ takes place. Activate your location on Mars. based service on your smartphone, if needed.
  • 21. START NOW! YOU GOT 140 USE IT WISELY CHARACTERS
  • 22. THANK YOU for taking the time. Fill your senses with more highlights of my work, read the juicy bits about me, or find out why you should hire me. YOU ARE AN AGENCY & STAY TUNED AND WANT TO HIRE ME? SUBSCRIBE Please contact me. I’d love to hear Upcoming blog posts on blog.flip- from you. digital.com where I write about social media and creative Find out more on: excellence, here in beautiful British http://www.linkedin.com/in/ Columbia. marcoliver Subscribe to my blog: http://feeds.feedburner.com/ flipdigitalBlog
  • 23. GET INSPIRED Creative digital marketing strategies for Tourism and Beyond on Flip Digital Blog Link: http://blog.flip-digital.com
  • 24. WORTH A VISIT My online scrapbook filled with creativity and inspiration for media people. Link: http://marcoliver.tumblr.com

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