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Crisis Social Media

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Created for the BC Food & Beverage Marketers and Laurie Daschuk to present to the BC Food Processors Association Marketing Committee on July 19, 2011. Copyright belongs to 'Stop the Presses'.

Created for the BC Food & Beverage Marketers and Laurie Daschuk to present to the BC Food Processors Association Marketing Committee on July 19, 2011. Copyright belongs to 'Stop the Presses'.

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  • What we will cover in brief – How important is social Media?
  • Now if I show you this slide……And tell you that Social media is really about communicationHow do you feel?Your are right – you don’t have time for this…
  • Combining new tools in social media and the pressure of a PR crisis – can make you feel like this!
  • Let’s get back to the familiarWe work online and that is increasingly where business is happening
  • Location, Location, LocationBe where your customers are going
  • How are you going to get the word out to customers?Murphy’s Law – turkeys recalled at ThanksgivingDo you have a draft press release ready to go?
  • Chain of Communication at Health CanadaPress Release, phone calls, email, fax, newspaper ads
  • What is your database like? Suitable for accounting?If sales people have the info – is it accessible during a crisis?Costco used automated phone system to contact Maui Onion Chip purchasers
  • An informed customer is a relieved customerMedia enquiries require direct action – you can take name number and email for a reply in a stated time frameMay be asked to be recordedHave all staff empowered to release approved info and take name/number for call backs when information becomes available
  • This could be an opportunity to get room in your budget for making changes.
  • Let’s review
  • Here is an example of a recall notice on Facebook
  • A Facebook page could be a website
  • A media saavy choiceNot for explainations but for updates
  • Communicating is a box of chocolatesYou don’t have to do it all – probably shouldn’tYou can pick what works best for you
  • Can be a website or part of a websiteInteractive – viewers leave comments and can follow you or forward to othersIncreases your ranking if linked to your website or other social media tools
  • Top Sites are Blogger & WordpressCan be a great source of feedback/listeningGives you a chance to show off with super customer service
  • You are in the tornadoLike a geyser of action and communication
  • Customer responses are valuable in planning communication once the crisis has passed
  • New social media tools gives you a chance to keep updates fresh
  • Media Monitoring
  • 3 “C”s for Crisis planning
  • Reduce confusion- Customers in other countries or language barriers – some customers may not understand terms like barcode
  • Use real-life examples in your mock scenario
  • Large list of recalled productsResulted in deaths 9-20President appeared on TV
  • Contamination, employee illness, packaging, input ingredients, environmental hazards
  • Opportunity to promote other products, change packaging/artwork, fast-track new promotions
  • BooksSocial media 101 by Chris Brogan
  • Transcript

    • 1. Using Social MediaDuring a PR Crisis
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    • 2. Planning
      WebsitesFacebook
      Twitter
      Blogs
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    • 6. Canadians surf the web, watch YouTube, consult Wikipedia more than any other users - Yahoo! News
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    • 8. What is your Communication Plan?
    • 9. Traditional Approach
    • 10. How easy is it to reach your customers?Do you have a list of who buys what?
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    • 11. Be Available – don’t hideAnswer all media enquiries promptly
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    • 12. Using your website is the first choice.Do you have the ability to make quick updates?
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    • 15. Facebook
      Updates are quick and easy
      Gets high search engine results
      Allows customers to comment or ask questions
    • 16. Twitter
      Short, 140 character updates
      Quick to set up
      Used by Media
      Great for developing stories
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    • 17. Plan Ahead
      Set up online tools so they are ready
      Ask or Answer Customer Questions
      Improve visibility for your company
      Post after-Crisis events
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    • 19. Blogs-blend of the term web/log
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    • 21. 3 Questions:
      How do we get the message out to the targeted people that have to take action to remove the recalled product or other actions as quickly as possible?

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How do we track the responses from our targeted people (for example, store managers), including not only acknowledgement of the response but compliance to the directions?

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How do we maintain an on-going emergency dialogue (outstanding issues, new information) that doesn't get lost in the day-to-day volumes of email and voicemail?

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    • 24. Powerful Application:Google Alerts
      -set daily or weekly notifications
      -search for company or product names
      -search for competition
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Jay Conrad Levinson
      Guerrilla Social Media Marketing
      20 Types of ROI
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    • 26. Reputation
      Risk Reduction
      Client Retention
      Efficiency
      Business Intelligence
      Differentiation
      Brand Association
      PR and Exposure
      Immediate Revenue
      Long-Term Revenue
      Supplier Capacity
      Building
      Perception Shifting
      Better Recruits
      Innovation
      Client Education
      Staff Capacity Building
      Network Growth
      Opportunity Creation
      Job Satisfaction
      Trust Building
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    • 27. Chain of CommandContentCommunication Tools
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    • 28. Whenever Possible use Pictures
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    • 31. What are some possible PR crisis situations?
    • 32. Making Positive Changes
    • 33. Social Media In A CrisisThank you
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