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Social Content Plan

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As part of the DCH Socialising the Brand programme, this deck and the associated spreadsheet (download at http://bluurb.wordpress.com/) provide a guide of how to create and plan your social content.

As part of the DCH Socialising the Brand programme, this deck and the associated spreadsheet (download at http://bluurb.wordpress.com/) provide a guide of how to create and plan your social content.

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  • Contemplation – what should I be doing? Where should I be going? What are my competitors doing?
    Pilot – get some momentum into the company
    Transition – starting to see value – brand awareness, monetary – results from objectives et
    Strategic - Seen as a fundamental business driver
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    • 1. DCH Downloads Socialising the Brand: Social Content October 2010 dch.co.uk @DCH_Agency
    • 2. Why are we doing this? • Recently a number of our clients have expressed an eagerness to enter the social space • Rather than just “give them a Twitter”, we’ve developed a strategic framework for developing social content as part of DCH’s Socialising the Brand programme. • In this open era, we wanted to share the work and for it to be collaborated on • This is version 1.0, released October 2010 • Please share it and let us know your thoughts @nicholasrgill
    • 3. We believe social media is just stuff Socialised brands can be contagious • Socialised brands deliver cohesive experiences around the brand • Delivered through content that’s sticky, slippy and contagious – Information, entertainment, utility, monetary • It is about attraction, not interruption • It amplifies the combined power of all brand activities Source: Infographic Mike Philips, eatsleepsocial.com, @imjustmike
    • 4. Where do I start? Your social media content is born from your business and brand DNA & understanding your consumers. Brand Consumer Business
    • 5. It’s about meaningful engagement Community Brand Consumer Be relevant Add value Facilitate Shareable Sociable Topical Authentic Open Transparent
    • 6. This doesn’t happen at the click of a button (or just setting up social profiles)
    • 7. And you’ll probably find you need to move through the gears Contemplation Pilot/Trial Transition Strategic
    • 8. And it takes a combination of your “Everyday engagement” being amplified by impact campaigns Engagement/relationships Time Impact campaign Everyday engagement Source: Raak wewillraakyou.com @wewillraakyou
    • 9. And this is how you do it Creation, deployment & active management Objectives & impact Tactics & themes Ongoing active analytics (dial up what works, stop what doesn’t)
    • 10. Plan your content using the social content spreadsheet • Brand guidance • Objectives • High level content planned by social currency type & expected results • Detailed monthly plans Document available as a Google Document Download https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AsveKD- DbznmdHZlUGVqbXBLenp4MnZ0aEMxSTZob1E&hl=en&authkey=CL_Vue4E Or as a spreadsheet like it’s meant to look, download form the box.net sharing stuff sidebar at Nick’s blog http://bluurb.wordpress.com/ Or just email ngill@dch.co.uk for a copy
    • 11. dch.co.uk @DCH_Agency

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