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  • Samsung GSG: Social Media Analysis
    Brannon Lacey
  • 2
    What is Social Media?
    Wikipedia defines social media as…
    “media designed to be disseminated through social interaction, created using highly accessible and scalable publishing techniques”
    What does that mean exactly?
    It means that people are interacting with each other (and companies) in different ways than traditionally known… using technology as the medium.
    It means COMMUNICATION + TECHNOLOGY!
    What are these technology mediums?
    Blogging
    Discussion Boards
    Product Reviews
    Photo sharing (Flickr)
    • Video sharing (YouTube)
    • Podcasts
    • Social Networks (Facebook
    • Microblogging (Twitter)
    Social Media: the future of small business marketing, Constructaquote.com, http://www.constructaquote.com/home/business-guides/social-media.aspx
  • 3
    How is Social Media Changing Communications?
    Larger Audiences…
    It’s changed the way an individual communicates by giving them a platform to share their
    Thoughts
    Preferences
    Knowledge
    with a larger audience across geographical boundaries
    Collective Thinking…
    It has given individuals a platform to contribute to the process of collective thinking which is allowing them to leverage each other’s knowledge and strength
    Real time…
    It has given individuals the platform to be informed real time about what is happening where, with whom, and why.
    Social Media-Changing the face of communication, unstructure.org, http://unstructure.org/social-networking/social-media-changing-the-face-of-communication/
  • 4
    What are the implications for business?
    Companies that leverage social media as a means of providing additional touch points for customer interaction are…
    Positively affecting key performance metrics
    Customer satisfaction
    Revenues
    Costs
    Fueling product development marketing decisions with consumer-generated insights
    How are these companies doing this?
    Through a combination of organizational processes and technology implementation.
    Getting Senior Executive buy-in
    Defining a process for managing Web 2.0 content
    Dedicating personnel devoted to enterprise use of Web 2.0 applications
    Committing to promote, maintain and utilize consumer-generated content
    Customer 2.0: The business implications of social media, Aberdeen Group, http://www.slideshare.net/arunavhpalchaudhuri/customer-20-business-implications-of-social-media-presentation
  • 5
    How are companies utilizing social media?
    Blogging: build a reputation of expertise
    Who does it well? 37Signals
    Why? It has a blog that is read by thousands, shared among businesses
    Lesson? Focus your blog on your core competencies
    Who did it poorly: Accenture
    Why? It has 9 different blogs and very little coordination between them
    Lesson? More does not equal better, keep your blog focused
    Researching customers
    Who does it well? Comcast
    Why? It uses Twitter to look for people talking about Comcast and offers to help them
    Lesson? Customers provide valuable insights and feedback in real time, find and use it
    Who did it poorly? Wal-Mart
    Why? It attempted to involve its community online by creating a Facebook presence
    Lesson? Your audience determines your strategy. Don’t follow the crowd, follow your customers to where they’re at
    Social Media for Business – Who’s doing it well and how, ReadWriteWeb.com, http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/social_media_for_business_who_is_doing_it.php
  • 6
    How are companies utilizing social media?
    Multiple channels of support
    Who does it well? Dell
    Why? Its site lists all the ways customers can connect with them through Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, forums, blogs, email and more.
    Lesson? Rather than expect customers to communicate through your chosen means, allow them to do so through their chosen means.
    Who did it poorly: Whole Foods Market
    Why? It created a Twitter account (@wholefoods) and gathered followers but realized it had limitations because while it was useful on a national level, it was not at a local level. It responded by creating over 150 company Twitter acountsand a Facebook account to provide adequate channels to its customers.
    Lesson? Make your content relevant to your customers and leverage the different channels for specific goals. For example, Whole Foods has found out that for customer service, Twitter is much more effective than Facebook.
    Social Media for Business – Who’s doing it well and how, ReadWriteWeb.com, http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/social_media_for_business_who_is_doing_it.php
  • 7
    How should Samsung utilize social media? (question a.)
    Samsung should utilize social media to…
    Build buzz and conversation around particular products
    Build better overall brand awareness
    Drive more traffic to it’s product sites
    Learn more about its customers and how they view the brand
    How? With the following messages…
    We’re listening to what you are saying
    We understand what you mean
    We’re listening to what’s bothering you
    We’re listening to what’s making you happy
    Engage
    genuinely!
  • 8
    Using what channels?
    Samsung should use a multi-channel approach, similar to Dell…
    IdeaStorm: allow customers to participate in the development and enhancements of products and services (over 7,600 ideas submitted on Dell’s IdeaStorm)
    Create a ‘user generated’ helpdesk: a place where consumers, SME’s and IT Professionals can upload their own home-grown videos. (Dell’s has over 200k views a month)
    Twitter: send out messages with special offers and promotions (Dell has over $3m in sales from Twitter thus far)
    Facebook: allow consumers to “fan” or “follow” accounts most relevant to them, have conversations WHERE they occur
    Blogs: create your own focused blogs, for each of your communities and search for ‘conversation’ around other’s blog posts
  • 9
    How do we measure success?
    Benchmark yourself on the following:
    Rankings, see if they have increased based on traffic and links
    Engagement, determine whether or not social media user are actually engaging with your content and/or converting (crazy egg is good for this)
    Success on social voting sites?
    You’ve increased awareness about a product that led to sales
    Takeaways:
    Give your social media efforts 2-3 months to stabilize before deciding if things really working.
    There is no one killer metric for social media
    Track anything possible to glean insights
    It’s all relative (focus on benchmarking and trends)
    View monitoring social media as a Social Intelligence Program, involving the world’s biggest focus group