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Johannes Haus - The Impact of Social Networking on Banking & Finance

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How your employees are using social media today, how it is changing your company and what you should gain from it. Johannes Haus - Director Subscriptions, XING

How your employees are using social media today, how it is changing your company and what you should gain from it. Johannes Haus - Director Subscriptions, XING


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  • 1. Social Networking - Impact on Banking & Finance
    Johannes Haus
    Zurich, November 2009
  • 2. 01
    Intro: The Social Web
    02
    Using Social Media in Professional Context
    03
    Impact on your Social Media Strategy
    Content
  • 3. Losing to the social web - Visualized
    Attention Is Moving From Large Destination Sites ...
    by
  • 4. Losing to the social web - Visualized
    ... To The Social Web
    by
  • 5. In The Social Web...
    ... individuals deliver the content
    ... information finds you
    ... communities are a dominating force
    ... conversations and links have become the new currency
    => The social web usually works bottom-up
  • 6. Professional Social Networks
    On platforms like XING, these trends are happening in a professional environment
    Professionals are engaging...
    to exchange knowledge and information
    to keep track of professional contacts
    to pursue business development opportunities
    to seek advice
    to reach out to customers
    to find career opportunities
    to be approachable
  • 7. Your employees have engaged…
    Thousands of paying members
    High Activity and engagement
    Estimatesfrom XING
  • 8. Professional Social Networks
    1
    Digital Identity Management
    7
  • 9. Professional Social Networks
    2
    Efficient contact management
  • 10. Professional Social Networks
    3
    Business lead generation
    9
  • 11. Professional Social Networks
    4
    Compelling tool for research, jobs & recruitment
    16
  • 12. Interacting in over 30’000 CommunitiesExamples of Finance & Banking Communities
    Groups
    From 50 to 50‘000 members
    11
  • 13. Engaging in Communities – Examples
    employee-communities
    customer-communities
    user-communities
    expertCommunities
  • 14. THIS IS HAPPENING WITH OR WITHOUT YOU
  • 15. What does this mean for your company?
    None of this is new.
    Networking has been happening for decades.
    The Social Web only makes it more powerful.
    More Efficient: The Benefits of networking can have a much bigger impact since the social web has made networking more efficient.
    More Tranparent: The actions of your employees and your company are becoming more visible, the information flow is becoming faster.
    Less Controlled: Since each individual is empowered through the Social Web, it is more difficult to uphold central authority or control.
  • 16. What‘s your social media strategy?
    Many aspects of your business will be affected
    Business
    Development
    Knowledge
    Management
    Sales
    Recruiting
    Marketing
    InvestorRelations
    Communications
    To influence the conversation, you need to participate in it.
    Encourage the usage
    Let your employees become social media experts
  • 17.
  • 18. Example: Barack Obama & The White House
    Engaging with followers and critiques:
    Presence on all major Social Media platforms
    Weekly Online Video Addresses
    White House Blogs
    Providing Tools to distribute, interact and debate
  • 19. Elements of successful social media strategies
    Engage proactively with the „outside“
    Be Authentic
    Have no fear of criticism
    Trust your employees to carry responsibility
  • 20. Thank youfor your kind attention!
    XING – Powering Relationships
    19
  • 21. DISCLAIMER
    This presentation was produced in November 2009 by XING AG (the "Company") solely for use as an information source for potential business partners and is strictly confidential. It has been made available to you solely for your own information and may not be copied, distributed or otherwise made available to any other person by any recipient. This presentation is not an offer for sale of securities in the United States. The distribution of this presentation to you does not constitute an offer or invitation to subscribe for, or purchase, any shares of the XING AG and neither this presentation nor anything contained herein shall form the basis of, or be relied on in connection with, any offer or commitment whatsoever.
    The facts and information contained herein are as up-to-date as is reasonably possible and are subject to revision in the future. Neither the Company nor any of its subsidiaries, any directors, officers, employees, advisors nor any other person makes any representation or warranty, express or implied as to, and no reliance should be placed on, the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this presentation. Neither the Company nor any of its subsidiaries, any directors, officers, employees, advisors or any other person shall have any liability whatsoever for any loss arising, directly or indirectly, from any use of this presentation. The same applies to information contained in other material made available at the presentation.
    While all reasonable care has been taken to ensure the facts stated herein are accurate and that the opinions contained herein are fair and reasonable, this document is selective in nature and is intended to provide an introduction to, and overview of, the business of the Company. Where any information and statistics are quoted from any external source, such information or statistics should not be interpreted as having been adopted or endorsed by the Company as being accurate.
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