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Collecting and analyzing customer conversations in social media can lead you to insights and intelligence that will help you make better business decisions and improve your bottom line.

Collecting and analyzing customer conversations in social media can lead you to insights and intelligence that will help you make better business decisions and improve your bottom line.

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  • 1. Leveraging Social CRM
    • How to Find and Extract Actionable Insights from the Fire Hose of Online Conversations
    • Sally Falkow APR
  • 2.
    • Listen
    • Discover footprint
    • Who is talking
    • What are they saying
    • Where are they saying it
    • Opportunities
    • Threats
    What is a Social Audit
  • 3.
      • Customer Insights
    • R & D
    • New Markets
    • Brand Positioning
    • Competitive Intelligence
    • Risk Management
    Value of Listening
  • 4. The Social Graph
  • 5.
      • Where are they
      • Behaviors
      • Influence/Audience
      • Fans, Followers, Friends
    Customers/Consumers
  • 6.  
  • 7. Flip Video
  • 8. Kodak 10X Sales
  • 9. Kodak Playtouch
  • 10. BUSHNELL
  • 11.
    • Know your Passionate Fans
    • Spread the Word
    • Protect the Brand in a Crisis
    Evangelists
  • 12. Northern Rock
    • Hundreds of consumers queuing at Northern Rock branches, desperate to withdraw their savings
    • Social media was used by consumers as a collective crises management mechanism .
  • 13.
    • Nurture your evangelists
    • Make them part of the team
    • Create Brand Ambassadors
    Brand Ambassadors
  • 14.
    • Red Bull
  • 15. Bushnell
  • 16. Scholastic
  • 17. Citrix Online
  • 18.
    • Complainers
    • Organized attacks
    Detractors
  • 19. Nestle
    • Facebook attack by Greenpeace
  • 20. Dell Hell
  • 21. Dell Hell
  • 22. Influencers
    • Opinion Leaders 1 in 10
    • Online Influencers 3 in 10
    • (content creators)
    • Amplified voices
    • Fans
    • Followers
    • Friends
    • The audience of your audience
  • 23.
    • Who
    • Where
    • What
    • When
    Analyze the Conversations
  • 24.
    • What are they doing?
    • What are people saying about them?
    • Where are they active online?
    • What have they done that was successful?
    • Any gaps or threats?
    Competitors
  • 25. Health Insurance
    • Analyzed competitors
    • KP News
    • KP Foundation
    • Thrive
    • Identified gaps they could leverage
  • 26.
    • New Markets
    • R & D
    • Product Launches
    • Gaps
    • Competitors’ mistakes
    Opportunities
  • 27. Cisco Product Launch
    • Saved $100 000 on a product launch for a router
    • Extremely successful- a top 5 product launch
    • 9,000 people attended the social media product launch event
    • 90 times more attendees than in the past
    • Nearly three times as many press articles as with traditional outreach methods
    • More than 1,000 blog posts and 40 million online impressions
    • A Leading Lights award for Best Marketing
    • One-sixth the cost of a traditional launch
  • 28.  
  • 29. Hennessy
  • 30.  
  • 31.  
  • 32.
    • Developing complaints – Dell Hell
    • Competitive activity – Callaway/Bushnell
    • Employees posting negative content – Dominoes Pizza
    Threats
  • 33. Nestle / Greenpeace
    • Not listening
    • Staff not trained
    • Threatened legal
    • Made it worse
  • 34. Motrin Moms
    • Not aware of Mom’s POV
    • Not listening
    • Taken by surprise
    • “ Forced” to apologize
  • 35. Social Media Threats
    • 76% could have been avoided (Altimeter Group)
  • 36.
    • Build a dashboard
    How to Listen
  • 37.  
  • 38. Monitoring Tools
    • Visible Technologies
    • Lithium
    • Radian6
    • Alterian
    • Jive
    • Sysomos
    • eCairn Conversation
  • 39.
    • When you know what people are saying, what they think and feel, and what they are interested in, you can create content that gets results.
    Content Strategy
  • 40. Digital Crisis Report
    • 79% expect a major crisis within 12 months
    • More than half think it will be online
    • Only 54% have a plan
    • 49% of those with a plan still have gaps
    • Companies with a plan recover faster
  • 41.  
  • 42.  
  • 43. Plan
    • Set up a cross-discipline social media team
    • Tap into the conversations – social audit
    • Map your social graph
    • Write a social media policy
    • Develop a social media strategy based on your social audit
    • Implement social media and digital crisis training
    • Build a supportive community online
    • Run simulations twice a year and update the plan
  • 44. Q and A
    • Blog: www.proactivereport.com
    • Facebook SallyFalkowDigitalPR
    • Twitter: @sallyfalkow
    • Email: [email_address]
    • Website: www.press-feed.com