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The Quirk DebateMotion:Brands should be bannedfrom social mediaFree wi-fiNetwork Gallery_BPassword thestrand#SMW12
“If I tell myFacebook friendsabout yourbrand, it‟s notbecause I like yourbrand, but ratherbecause I like myfriends.”
House keeping           An Oxford „style‟ debateWhat do we define as social media?    What do we define as a brand?
Pre debate vote
For the motion
I wonder if my                                               favourite brand of                                           ...
Digital waste
Trust
Shiny new things
Shaky foundations
People are stupid
ROI
Against the motion
Four groups, connected
Entertainment
Knowledge
Functional
Status
CAC      LTV
LTVCAC
Word of mouth
LTVCACCAC
Customer service
Transparency
Questions
Closing statements
The vote
Post debate vote Brands should be banned from social media                         22%                                    ...
Thank youDon’t forget your mug!
Intro:                                    Against the motion:   Its dangerous to go alone! -             No Way - sugarbox...
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Should Brands be Banned from Social Media?

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From bribing bloggers to following your toothpaste on Twitter – is Social Media the place for brands?

At Quirk London's first debate, we argued the case for a brand-free social space against the idea that brands need to be on Social Media.

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  1. 1. The Quirk DebateMotion:Brands should be bannedfrom social mediaFree wi-fiNetwork Gallery_BPassword thestrand#SMW12
  2. 2. “If I tell myFacebook friendsabout yourbrand, it‟s notbecause I like yourbrand, but ratherbecause I like myfriends.”
  3. 3. House keeping An Oxford „style‟ debateWhat do we define as social media? What do we define as a brand?
  4. 4. Pre debate vote
  5. 5. For the motion
  6. 6. I wonder if my favourite brand of kitchen roll has a twitter stream I can follow?Inspired by / stolen from: tpdsaa.tumblr.com
  7. 7. Digital waste
  8. 8. Trust
  9. 9. Shiny new things
  10. 10. Shaky foundations
  11. 11. People are stupid
  12. 12. ROI
  13. 13. Against the motion
  14. 14. Four groups, connected
  15. 15. Entertainment
  16. 16. Knowledge
  17. 17. Functional
  18. 18. Status
  19. 19. CAC LTV
  20. 20. LTVCAC
  21. 21. Word of mouth
  22. 22. LTVCACCAC
  23. 23. Customer service
  24. 24. Transparency
  25. 25. Questions
  26. 26. Closing statements
  27. 27. The vote
  28. 28. Post debate vote Brands should be banned from social media 22% Yes 78% No
  29. 29. Thank youDon’t forget your mug!
  30. 30. Intro: Against the motion: Its dangerous to go alone! - No Way - sugarboxcoaching.com theantisocialmedia.com Connect 4 – wikipedia.org Inbetweeners - darkmatt.blogspot.com OK Go - theinspirationroom.com 2011 brands - trendbird.biz See Saw - gnr8.biz Teeth - nickshell1983.wordpress.com For the motion: Man on phone - i.crackedcdn.com Yay! – joffi.tumblr.com Fish - pulsarmedia.eu Leaning Tower of Pisa - Brain - parisdailyphoto.com famouswonders.com Swiss army knife - microbion.co.uk Dont believe the hype - slamxhype.com Money man - Katie Price - thedrum.co.uk lawyerswithdepression.wordpress.com Waste - theamericanschoolofprotocol.com Dumb & Dumber -ivewatchedit.com Outro: Rulers - tftaar.wordpress.com Raised hands - findingsalesadvantage.com Scales of justice - comedco.com Robert Mugabe - hotsecretz.blogspot.comPicture credits Awesome planet - carterbsmith.deviantart.com Picture frame - free-photo-frames.com

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