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This presentation, which was made at Search Engine Strategies Toronto, focuses on the five myths of social media. For example, there's a belief that social media is free but people don't take into …

This presentation, which was made at Search Engine Strategies Toronto, focuses on the five myths of social media. For example, there's a belief that social media is free but people don't take into accounts "costs" such as time and people needed to do social media well.

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    • 1. The Five Myths of Social Media Mark Evans, ME Consulting markevans.ca Twitter @markevans [email_address]
    • 2. Social Media is ….
    • 3.
      • Yes, many tools are free but…….
      • It takes time, money and resources (e.g. a dedicated employee such as a community manager) to implement and effectively run social media programs.
    • 4.  
    • 5.  
    • 6. Social media is….
    • 7.
      • Doing social media well is far from glamorous and there are no shortcuts or silver bullets.
      • It takes time and involves a lot of blocking and tackling on a daily basis.
      No, It Can Be A Lot of Work
    • 8. 7 X 24??
    • 9. Social media is about the tools
    • 10.
      • Yes, But…
      • The tools are cool but even the best tools are worthless without a clear goal of what and how they should be used.
    • 11. Social media is a standalone activity
    • 12.
      • Wrong
      • Social media is a not an add-on or an accessory but many companies suggest “let’s add some social media” to the mix.
      • To be successful, social media needs to be part of and aligned with a company’s brand, marketing, sales and strategic goals.
    • 13.  
    • 14. Measuring ROI is Difficult
    • 15.
      • Wrong
      • There are lots of tools to track, monitor and measure social media activity
    • 16.  
    • 17.
      • Brand building
      • Relationship management
      • Product development
      • Reputation management
      • Customer interaction
      • Customer feedback
      • Customer support
      • Community building
      • Growing Sales
      And Social Media is Good for….
    • 18.
      • Web Site: markevans.ca
      • Twitter: @markevans
      • Blogs: markevanstech.com, twitterrati.com
      • Phone: 416-669-7028