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Presentation from Toronto's Tech Edge for #eProNAR

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  • homas Boone Pickens, Jr. (born May 22, 1928), known as T. Boone Pickens, is an Americanbusiness magnate and financier. Pickens chairs the hedge fundBP Capital Management. He was a well-known takeover operator and corporate raider during the 1980s. With an estimated current net worth of about $1.4 billion, he is ranked by Forbes as the 328th-richest person in America and ranked 879th in the world.[1]
  • Ohio runner with cerebral palsy becomes youtube hit
  • Recommendations of a good bioDifferent for eeach siteShorter is betterFirst paragrah about real estateSecond paragraph chat about your intrests
  • Update your informationThat is why a blog is so useful!Customize your pages – Do updates!!!
  • Update a weekJust put a link under a photoA directly of playgroundsWineriesSchoolsFootball schedules
  • If you work with corporate clients – you may spend more timeCONCENTRATE on locals – affiliatesMake connections . . .Update your status monthly . . .Groups – alumniMajor town or cityInterest you have . . .
  • Personal informationSample of Robert SternCreate lists of local and check in what they are chatting aboutHave a list of your SOI – top 100 and chat with 2 a week . . .Like and comment . . . All of their friends see it also . . . Quick likes of photos of their familyFocis on LOCALShould you like your own comments ???
  • Want to hear business informationFocus on Community as wellThey want to see that you are an expert as wellUpdate dailyWrote a blurb on your site and link ti back to your siteSometimes links alone are fine.Flee marekt – write on your blog and do the linkJuggling buyers and contracts hope I can fit it all inBe your business page – flip from being yoursel to being your business page.Do it back and forthFind local companies in your area and like and talk to them on your wall.
  • Timely – for your communityReact to news as it is happeningSet up google alerts for this contentType in name of town and “breaking news”
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    • 1. Social Media PlanVirtual Outsourcing Toronto, ON June 5, 2012
    • 2. The Social Media RevolutionFrom Web 2.0 to Social Media
    • 3. Social media can bedefined as primarily Internetand mobile-based tools forsharing and discussinginformation among humans
    • 4. Worlds Connect
    • 5. We are Inspired
    • 6. ListenNetwork Learn Create Curate
    • 7. “I just don’t havetime to spend onSocial Media and my Internet Presence”
    • 8. You can’t be everywhere … (C) by Kim |
    • 9. Establishing your presenceWHERE DO YOU NEED TO BE?
    • 10. Where are your Potential Clients?
    • 11. Website = Central Focus Facebook Personal Facebook Business Twitter Page Website and/or Linked In Blog Email Mail and Enewsletters Other
    • 12. Online PresenceMust Optional• Website / Blog • Twitter• Google Profile • YouTube• Social Biz Card • Google+• LinkedIn • Flickr• Facebook – Personal • Yelp• Facebook – Business • FourSquare
    • 13. Balance it all by Focusing on Your Locals
    • 14. Update your Profiles QuarterlyPROFILES
    • 15. Profile Check ListCurrent PictureCurrent BIOLinks to your WebsiteUpdate your Connections
    • 16. Update 3 x WeeklyWEBSITE / BLOG
    • 17. Website Check List – 3 times/week• Post content• Update information
    • 18. Twice a MonthLINKEDIN
    • 19. LinkedIn Check List- MonthlyMake connectionsUpdate your statusParticipate in Group Conversation
    • 20. DailyFACEBOOK - PERSONAL
    • 21. Facebook Check List- DailyUpdate your StatusComment / Like statuses of LocalsMake new connections
    • 22. DailyFACEBOOK – BUSINESS PAGE
    • 23. Facebook Check List- DailyUpdate your Status When you link – use your website/blog“Be your Business Page” and comment/like on local postings and companiesPost Photos and Information on the community you serve
    • 24. Be your Business Pages
    • 25. Optional: Twitter : Update and Engage daily Google+: Update and Engage daily Flickr: Upload photos, comment, participate in groups weekly YouTube: Post local video content weekly Yelp: as you can FourSquare: as you can
    • 26. Finding Content
    • 27. Find Content to CurateGoogle Alerts – google.com/alerts
    • 28. On iPad
    • 29. Hire a Social Media Virtual Assistant
    • 30. Hire a Ghost Writer
    • 31. Time Savers• Hootsuite.com• SproutSocial.com• SocialMadeSimple.com• HootHut.com• Roost.com
    • 32. Schedule Daily Monthly Weekly•Update your Status Yelp, FourSquare Update your LinkedIn(Facebook P & B) Status•Comment/Like on FB 10-15 minutes Make new Connections•Make New on LinkedInConnections 3 x Week Upload and Engage on•Become your Business Post Content on FlickrPage and Engage Website/Blog 20-30 minutes•Post Photos Quarterly•Twitter, Google+ Update your Profiles 30-60 minutes 30-60 minutes 30-45 minutes

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