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How to…

Stay ahead of
new social
media platforms
in 2014
The future is…

Visual &
Social
Stay
well
read
Read daily blogs on
industry and platform
changes, read books on
wider strategic, economic
and technological areas.
2014 recommended reading:
Brian Solis: WTF
Jay Baer: Youtility
Scoble / Israel: Age of Context
Listen
The podcast is not
dead! Listen to podcasts
on your commute so
you arrive to work
feeling fresh and with
ideas
2014 recommended
listening:

Jay Baer: Social Media Pros
Hobson & Holtz: FIR podcast
Stay
Connected
Find aggregators and
build relationships with
them. Aggregating
takes time so box clever
and let other people do
it.
2014 recommended
aggregators:
Neville Hobson
Kamal Bennani
Andrew Grill
Watch
YouTube, Vine and
Instagram are blowing
up with inspiration right
now. You need to
immerse yourself in
these platforms and...
2014 recommended
YouTubers, Viners:

Daz Black (Vine)
Savvy, Sexy, Social (YouTube)
Use the
Platforms
There is no better way
of understanding how
platforms work than
actually using them
yourself. Seems obvious
doesn’t it.
Find
like
minded
people
Find communities that
share and aggregate
valuable information,
make sure they are
policed well and make
sure to contribut...
2014 recommended
communities:
Social Media Professionals
(Google Plus)
Social Media Strategy
(Google Plus)
Steve Cole
www.stevecole.info
@schtevey
+StevenCole
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How to stay ahead of new social media platforms in 2014

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6 tips on staying ahead of new social media platforms in 2014 - This deck will give you six practical ideas to help you with social content, connecting with influencers, broadening your sources and getting more from your day.

I also share some of my favourite sources of information in the form of vlogs, podcasts and people I follow on Vine and Twitter. Staying ahead is about being clever with your time.

I would ike to know the best sources of information, whether it be a community, a podcast a blog or a person who is the best aggregator you know so if you have any suggestions please get in touch on Twitter @schtevey

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Transcript of "How to stay ahead of new social media platforms in 2014"

  1. 1. How to… Stay ahead of new social media platforms in 2014
  2. 2. The future is… Visual & Social
  3. 3. Stay well read
  4. 4. Read daily blogs on industry and platform changes, read books on wider strategic, economic and technological areas.
  5. 5. 2014 recommended reading: Brian Solis: WTF Jay Baer: Youtility Scoble / Israel: Age of Context
  6. 6. Listen
  7. 7. The podcast is not dead! Listen to podcasts on your commute so you arrive to work feeling fresh and with ideas
  8. 8. 2014 recommended listening: Jay Baer: Social Media Pros Hobson & Holtz: FIR podcast
  9. 9. Stay Connected
  10. 10. Find aggregators and build relationships with them. Aggregating takes time so box clever and let other people do it.
  11. 11. 2014 recommended aggregators: Neville Hobson Kamal Bennani Andrew Grill
  12. 12. Watch
  13. 13. YouTube, Vine and Instagram are blowing up with inspiration right now. You need to immerse yourself in these platforms and find people and content that you like
  14. 14. 2014 recommended YouTubers, Viners: Daz Black (Vine) Savvy, Sexy, Social (YouTube)
  15. 15. Use the Platforms
  16. 16. There is no better way of understanding how platforms work than actually using them yourself. Seems obvious doesn’t it.
  17. 17. Find like minded people
  18. 18. Find communities that share and aggregate valuable information, make sure they are policed well and make sure to contribute.
  19. 19. 2014 recommended communities: Social Media Professionals (Google Plus) Social Media Strategy (Google Plus)
  20. 20. Steve Cole www.stevecole.info @schtevey +StevenCole
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