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  • 1. Social Media Marketing Social Networking
    • Presented by: Sharron Swan
  • 2. Is Social Media just a Fad?
    • The BUZZ around the phrases ‘Social Media’ or ‘Social Networking’
      • and sites like: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, BLOGs etc. all of these are cropping up EVERYWHERE
    • Watch this VIDEO ... and you decide!
  • 3.
    • 78% of consumers trust peer recommendations (Word of Mouth … Word of Mouse) Only 14% of consumers trust advertising
    • YouTube is the 2 nd largest Search Engine
    • 25% of Search Results of Top 20 brands are links from generated content (ie. Social Media sites)
    • SM has overtaken porn as the #1 online activity
    • Facebook took less than 9 months to reach 100 million
    • If Facebook was a country it would be the 4th largest
    Quick Review Of Stats
  • 4.
    • 80% of companies use LinkedIn to find employees
    • Females 55-65 fastest growing segment on Facebook
    • 80% Twitter usage is from mobile devices
      • Update anywhere – anytime (imagine what that means for bad customer experiences)
    • 24 of top 25 newspapers experiencing record declines
    • 34% of Blogs/Tweets post opinions about products/brands
    • Google – 200 million searches per day/6 billion per month **above one not on previous video**
    • Social Media is NOT a fad but a shift in the way we communicate!
  • 5. Social Media Marketing Social Networking What is the difference?
  • 6.
    • Social Media (SM)
      • Provides the opportunity for anyone to create and publish information – YouTube
    • Social Networking (SN)
      • Refers to people with some shared interests associating together creating relationships & networks online – Facebook
    • Both combine technology & social interaction
    • Often referred to as one of the same
  • 7. In this workshop...
    • Because both Social Media Marketing and Social Networking are often referred to as ‘one of the same’
    • I will be calling it Social Media Marketing which will be encompassing both ;-)
  • 8. What is Social Media ~ Social Networking?
    • Represents low cost tools that combine technology and social interaction
    • Typically Internet or Mobile based
    • Popular ones Twitter, FaceBook, YouTube, BLOGs, LinkedIn, Digg
  • 9. Social Media in Plain English
    • This video illustrates :
      • SM’s role in giving people the power to produce video, music, etc on the web
      • How SM compares to traditional media
      • How fans/followers/friends play a role in deciding what should be findable & popular
      • Benefits of SM to individuals and organizations
  • 10. Social Networking in Plain English
    • This video illustrates :
      • The role of people networks in business & personal life
      • The hidden nature of real-world people and networks (their connections)
      • How SN sites reveal hidden connections
      • The basic features of SN websites
  • 11. Social Media success...
    • Headhunters use it to find job applicants
    • New businesses use it to introduce new products/services
    • Existing businesses use it to discover what consumers are saying about their product/service
    • Fortune 500 companies use it to strengthen their ‘Brand’
  • 12. (Traditional Methods) Outbound Marketing - Use broadcast media to advertise: TV, radio, newspaper - Use lead generation like: cold calling, mass mailing, email - Consumers have more ways of controlling & blocking what they do not want to see, hear or read - Resulting in traditional methods becoming less effective
  • 13. Inbound Marketing
    • The Internet is providing…
      • - Consumers with new ways to learn & research information about products and services
    • - Blogs, Search Engines, Social Media sites, etc .
  • 14.  
  • 15. Outbound Marketing - telemarketing - trade shows - direct mail - email blasts - print ads - TV/radio ads Inbound Marketing - SEO/SEM - Blogging - Social Media - RSS - Free tools/trials - Public Relations Marketing trends moving towards Permission Based Marketing
  • 16. Role of Social Media in your Marketing
    • Use it as a communication tool that makes you accessible to those interested in your product/service
    • Make yourself visible to potential customers who do not know about your product/service
    • Create a personality behind your brand – Brand building
    • Create relationships that you may otherwise not have had the opportunity to create
    >>
  • 17.
    • SM has never been more beneficial to business than now
    • Your next business prospect may be a mouse-click away
    • Like participating in local organizations ie. Chamber of Commerce you can spark new business opportunities BUT.... Online and you can reach 1000’s
    • Did you know Business Communities are being developed & thriving online as well through Social Media Networking!
  • 18. Social Media ~ Doing it Right
    • Do not depend on it alone for marketing, you must integrate it with other vehicles of marketing
    • Be yourself - reflect your personality.
    • There are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ rules in SM, only you can determine what will work best for you & your business
    • Be consistent, make it part of your daily marketing to keep the momentum and interest you need to be successful
  • 19. Social Media is so diversified that it can be used in whatever way best suits the interests and the needs of your business!!
  • 20. Is Social Media Right For Your Business?
    • If you are looking for a quick fix for a struggling business OR
    • quick way to generate $$ revenue $$ Social Media Marketing Is NOT for you!
    • Social Media can affect your bottom line but it takes TIME-EFFORT-PLANNING
  • 21. 5 Phases in SM Marketing
    • #1 - Your Investment Setup (Time, Money, Resources)
    • #2 - Your Action (Part of your daily/weekly routine)
    • #3 - Consumer’s Reaction (Monitor what others say)
    • #4 - Non Financial Impact Occurs (increased visibility)
    • #5 - Financial Impact Occurs
  • 22. Non Financial Impact >> Financial Impact
    • Increase in number of visits to your site
    • Increase in Search Listings
    • Positive Press/Articles & BLOG Mentions
    • Positive word of mouth (mouse)
    • Increases followers through SM venues such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc
    • All of the above will lead to Financial Impact
  • 23. Marketing Must Be Measured
    • Marketing ‘without measuring results’ is NOT good for business
    • Examples of monitoring tools
    • Technorati (Real time search for user generated media including BLOGs by ‘tag’ or ‘keyword”)
    • Google Blog Search
    • Twitter Search
    • Google Alerts (email updates of the latest relevant Google results based on your choice or query or topic)
  • 24.  
  • 25. Where to start? There are soooooo many Social Media/Network sites out there! Start with a couple of the broader ones like: Twitter - Facebook - BLOGs then.... focus on audience specific ones that relate to your business & reach your target audience
  • 26. Finding Your Audience
    • Key to a successful SM campaign is knowing where to find YOUR audience
    • Each venue of SM attracts its own kind of audience
    • Check the demographics of various SM sites to determine which is best for you
    • Search your competitors by Name or Business Name to see which networks they are part of
    • Peek at the next slide before the ‘hands-on’ exercise!
  • 27. I searched for ‘Lance Timmerman’ who is a dentist in Tukwila WA. Not only is his web site showing up on Page 1 but also his presence in : - YouTube - Twitter - Facebook - BlogCatalog - MyPlick - LinkedIn - VodPod - Maplandia & CitySearch (Geographical directories) ***MORE on page 2 as well! Exercise on next slide
  • 28. Hands-on Time! 1. Explore the demographics of some of the top SM sites 2. Try to locate at least one SM site that you feel reaches your target audience HINT : You may need to search your competitor by name or business to locate some potential SM sites
  • 29. Mind Your Manners
    • Social media is ALL about interaction
    • When you interact you create relationships
    • From these relationships you create opportunities to share info about your products and services
      • This doesn't happen overnight
    • It takes time, consistency, and a genuine interest in the creation and building of these relationships.
  • 30. Social Media Manners...
    • No standard list of ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ in SM but there is one constant no matter what industry you are in
    • Do it badly and you WILL destroy your reputation
    • In Social Media you can save your reputation by remembering these >>
  • 31. Social Media Marketing What NOT to do…
  • 32.
    • It's not all about you, interact. Get to know others; don't just try to sell and promote your products. It won't work. Work on building relationships
    • Spamming is not ok, ever. Spamming is becoming a problem in the social media networks, and we are being required to weed through it just like we do in our inboxes. Don't spam followers; if they didn't ask for it, don't send it. It's that simple! Permission marketing is key.
    • Inconsistency will lead to failure. You must be consistent when it comes to using social media. Participating once a month or once a week just won't get the results you desire.
  • 33.
    • Don't be a social media snob. Obviously social marketing is about being social; be willing to listen & learn from others, and this isn't just about others in your industry.
    • Want followers? You will have to be a follower . You cannot sign up and start off in social media thinking everyone is just going to come and follow you. You must be a follower to get followers – interact & build relationships.
    • S ocial marketing isn't about flying solo, participate - interact .
  • 34. Privacy and Social Networks
    • View this video from PrivacyCom.gc.ca
      • You need to be aware of this!!
  • 35. Social News Web Sites
    • DIGG.com and Reddit.com
      • People can research and share content from anywhere on the Internet by submitting links, articles etc.
      • People can vote and comment on submitted links, articles etc.
  • 36. Social Bookmarking Web Sites
    • Delicious.com
      • This site is used to store, share and discover web bookmarked sites/pages
      • More than 5 million users
    • StumbleUpon.com
      • Allows users to discover and rate web pages, photos and videos
      • Personalized Recommendation Search Engine that uses peer & Social Networking principles
  • 37. Movie Time!!!! Next we are going to view a series of short videos that will provide you with more information about some of the various Social Media and Social Networking sites …where’s the popcorn?
  • 38. Twitter in Plain English
    • View this video
      • A quick Plain English intro to the micro-blogging service called Twitter
    • View this video
      • This video provides more information on how Twitter Search is used
  • 39. BLOGs in Plain English
    • View this video
      • Plain English explanation about Blogging
  • 40. Social Bookmarking in Plain English
    • View this video
    • Learn more about Social Bookmarking
  • 41. LinkedIn in Plain English
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzT3JVUGUzM
    • Overview explaining what Linked is and how it works
  • 42. On the Lighter Side ... Facebook Explained
    • Facebook Cartoon
  • 43. Nonprofits See SM Benefits
    • Nonprofits setting the pace in SM marketing since 2007
    • Stats show 85% of nonprofit organizations have implemented some form of Social Media Marketing
    • 45% of these found that Social Media Marketing played a significant role in their fundraising
    • Stats show nonprofits are ahead of corporations and universities
    • If you are a Nonprofit and NOT using SM – you should be exploring it now!
  • 44. Is Social Media just for B2C?
    • B2B today are also decreasing their marketing dollars and spending more online
      • 48% of those surveyed are increasing their online marketing budgets
    • 69% of B2B buyers use SM to assist them in business development and decision making
  • 45. B2B Decision Makers...
    • Stats for SM participation
      • 90% Video
      • 80% Blogs
      • 80% Wikis (collaborative web sites for intranets, knowledge management systems etc)
      • 69% Social NETWORKS
      • 53% Podcasts (audio file publishing)
  • 46. The End.... Thank you so much for attending the workshop today! Sharron;-)
  • 47. Longer Tutorial Videos
    • How to Use Facebook for Business ( 1Video 1hr video )
    • Using Twitter for Marketing & PR Twitter Marketing Video Tutorial (50 minutes)
    • Google’s SideWikis and ORM

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