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Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool
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Audience and Consumer Engagement using social media and video content as a marketing tool

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Presentation exploring audience and consumer engagement in a social media world with a particular focus on the Social Enterprise sector.    

Contents:

Content and value creation

Social media and social enterprise: opportunities for engagement

Outtakes: Some practical steps in designing your social media and content strategy.

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  • Ray Kurtzweil: Law of Accelerating Returns:“what fit into a building 20 years ago now fits into this. What now fits into this in 10-15 years will fit into a bloodcell.Technology is accelerating but when we are thinking about social networks and social media we are talking about fundamental human psychologyIf you take nothing away from my talk today, please take this: your industry is perfectly placed to take advantage of social media, tell your stories, mobilize you customers and harness the power of advocacy.
  • Customers referred by loyal customers have a 37% higher retention rate.Mckinsey & Company, 2010.
  • Entertainment. Information.UtilityConsumers are less concerned with where content comes from.
  • 65% of companies have acquired a customer via Facebook Hubspot, 2010.42% of companies have of companies have acquired a customer via Twitter.Hubspot, 2010.
  • Blurred lines between personal and work life.Wiebe mentioned the growth of video:More than 70% of internet users currently watch video online on a regular basis.Cisco forecasts that by 2013 90% of total internet traffic will be Video.
  • Concept: For every Two Degrees nutrition bar you buy, a nutrition pack is given to a hungry child.Building a grassroots network of brand advocates.People use different platforms for different purposes:Research has indicated that as many as 36% Twitter Brand followers use the service to search for discounts and bargains.
  • Extra benefits of Video across: SEOEmailMobile
  • Corporate Partner engagement. Corporate Social Responsibility programs:73% of Corporate Partners say engaging with nonprofits and social enterprises make their CSR investmentmore effective: provide foundation and infrastructure help engage consumersWebber Shandwick 2010Corporate Partners: American Express, Apple, Converse, Dell, Emporio Armani, Gap, Hallmark, Nike, Penguin and Starbucks.
  • The ideal situation for all brands is that customers are coming to you soliciting your products or services.
  • Dinis mentioned contingency planning
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    1. Audience and Consumer Engagement: using social media and content as a marketing tool Wednesday 6th April 2011 Confidential
    2. What We Will Cover Today Understanding audience and consumer engagement in a social media world      • Content and value creation • Social media and social enterprise: opportunities for engagement • Outtakes: Some practical steps in designing your social media and content strategy
    3. About Me • Product strategist and business development manager at Television New Zealand Digital Media. • Commercial and content strategist, TVNZ Ondemand, Australasia’s first Web Television service launched in March 2007. • Managing Partner at Northward Digital video content and strategy house. • Digital content and communications consultant at Poets and Plumbers and Think International.
    4. Audiences and Consumers
    5. Changing Consumers Expectations • +90 percent of social network users access content due to the recommendations of friends in their online social network. The Diffusion Group (TDG), 2010. • 1 in 3 people come to a brand via a recommendation. Deloitte/22squared, 2010. • Companies that blog on average get 55% more website visitors than those that do not. Hubspot, 2010. • Internet users spend 3x more time on blogs and social networks than on email. Nielsen, 2010.
    6. Consumer Engagement = Providing Value Image source: http://headrush.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/schoolboy_1.jpg
    7. YESTERDAY TODAY The Changing Consumer/Advertiser Relationship
    8. Consumer Decision-making Nielsen Global Online Consumer Survey, 2010.
    9. • 51% of Facebook fans are more likely to buy the brands they fan. CMB & Imoderate, 2010 • 79% of Twitter followers are more likely to recommend the brands they follow. CMB & Imoderate, 2010 Image by Digital Surgeons.
    10. Audiences and Consumers Check List  Consumers and Audiences have a greater level of personal choice and control  Consumer and Audience attention now has to be won rather than brought.  Brands and advertisers must contribute real value to the consumer in order to succeed in Social Media.  This represents a direct dialogue between consumer and brand  The new goal of social engagement is to nurture and support advocacy.  The opportunities and benefits of entering into a value-based relationship with customers cover multiple areas of a brand’s business
    11. Content and Value Creation
    12. Social Media and Content Saturation • 30+ Billion pieces of content are shared on Facebook each month. • 35+ hours of video is uploaded to YouTube each minute. • Twitter’s active users generate 90+ Million tweets per day. • The challenge for brands and marketers: Cutting through the noise to engage a relevant audience. Image by Design Damage.
    13. Content Creation and Story-telling • Finding your authentic stories. • Creating value for audiences. • Connecting with customers • Stimulating audience content creation. • Fostering sharing. • Building engagement. • Guiding consumer outcomes. • Recognizing and rewarding customers and advocates. Two Degrees Food: http://twodegreesfood.com
    14. Social Media Communities and Content • Engaging with influencers. • Creating lasting communities of advocates. • Expanding reach. • Stimulating sharing. • Developing and testing content/ Crowd-sourcing. • Driving traffic to your content/site. • Building brand advocacy. • Tools for automation.
    15. Social Content Check List  Define your goals and how they will be measured.  Consider your audience and the content value proposition.  Find your stories: Ensure that they are genuine and authentic.  Encourage engagement: foster participation, interaction and sharing.  Create content to be usable and shareable across multiple channels.  Where possible, recognize and reward customers and advocates to increase the ‘feel good’ factor of being a social enterprise customer  Ensure an ongoing, sustainable dialogue.
    16. Social Media and Social Enterprise
    17. How are Social Enterprises using Social Media? O2 and RBS SE100 Index, 2011. • UK Social Enterprises projection: 15% increase to the profit line from using Social media in daily operations. • This is an average increase of £213,000 per company. • 67% stated that they are using Social Media on daily basis. • 85% of users promote their products or services using social media. • 41% of users network using social media. • 38% develop ideas with other businesses using social media.
    18. RED: World AID's Day • RED works with global brands to make RED™- branded products • 50% of their gross profits to the Global Fund • $160M+ raised for Global Aids Fund. • YouTube: 5M+ total views • Twitter: 1M+ followers • Facebook: 1M+ fans RED: http://www.joinred.com/
    19. Realities and Opportunities Inbound Marketing Outbound Marketing Inbound Marketing costs 62% less per lead than traditional than outbound marketing. Hubspot, 2011
    20. Social Media for Social Enterprise Checklist  Plan for achieving your goals. What would be your ideal outcome?  There are great opportunities for Social Enterprise using Social Media, including:  Reaching customers and audience directly and building direct relationships with these customers  Marketing products and services directly  Building brand awareness and advocacy  Collaborating and crowd-sourcing ideas from customers  Networking and collaborating with other companies  Building an organic movement around your brand that will make it easier to engage with Commercial partners for CSR programs
    21. Outtakes:
    22. Can-you-add- value? Evaluate-the- purpose Respond-in-kind- &-share Thank-the- person Unhappy- Customer? Dedicated Complainer? Comedian- Want:to:Be? Nega%vePosi%ve Yes No Do-you-want-to- respond? No-Response No Yes Take-reasonable-ac%on-to- fix-issue-and-let-customer- know-ac%on-taken Are-the-facts- correct? Gently-correct-the-facts No No No Yes Are-the-facts- correct? Does-customer-need/ deserve-more-info? Yes Explain-what-is-being- done-to-correct-the-issue. Yes Is-the-problem- being-fixed? Yes Let-post-stand-and- monitor. No Yes NoYes Yes Assess-the- message Based on the USAF Blog Triage. Community Interaction and Crisis Management
    23. Measuring and Optimizing • Analytics and Optimization: – Goal-oriented. – Quantitative + Qualitative. – Distribution metrics. – Informed decision-making. • Track business outcomes e.g. Sales lift measurement or database signups. • Robust, actionable and auditable. • Tools: – Social Mention. – Lithium. – Etc.
    24. Social Media Strategy Checklist  Set objectives and target audience  Engage existing communities and influencers  Identify your social platforms  Develop a content plan  Develop a marketing plan/determine its fit with other media  Establish metrics, tools and methods for calculating ROI  Create a set of guidelines for company social media practices  Ensure that you resource and staff appropriately  Experiment and ‘Fail Fast’
    25. “There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about.” Oscar Wilde Remember…
    26. Thank You Thomas Webster thomas@northwardcph.com www.northwarddigital.com @NorthwardCPH

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