Digital public relations and online reputation management presentation cna
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Digital public relations and online reputation management presentation cna

on

  • 953 views

Digital PR and Online Reputation Management and the developing trends as captured by Celestine Achi

Digital PR and Online Reputation Management and the developing trends as captured by Celestine Achi

Statistics

Views

Total Views
953
Views on SlideShare
950
Embed Views
3

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
20
Comments
0

3 Embeds 3

http://www.linkedin.com 1
https://celestineachi.blogspot.com 1
https://twitter.com 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Digital public relations and online reputation management presentation cna Digital public relations and online reputation management presentation cna Presentation Transcript

  • Digital Public Relations and Online Reputation Management By Celestine Achi CEO/Chief Digital Marketing Strategist Cihan New Media Relations = Digital PR Group – www.cihangroup.net Twitter: @cihangroup
  • Your top 3 take-outs from today... INTRODUCTION Digital Media: Overview, Delineation, Evolution Goals, Challenges, Myths & Trends How it Works: Strategies and Tools Online Reputation Management: Basics Tips, Strategies and Tools The World is Changing
  • The World is Changing The way we work The way we shop The way we think The way we view the world The way communicate The way we get information The way we share information The way we interact Communication as we know it today View slide
  • From static web pages To dialogue pages Web 1.0 Web 2.0  Internet is for the technologically savvy  Dominated by web designers and developers  Websites are static  Numbers are still limited  Communication is one-way  Users are low  Contents are monotonous  Connection slow  Storage capacity limited  Explosion in internet usage  More connection, more speed, more storage  Affordable and accessible  Anyone can build a site/blog  People actively participate  User generated content  Websites became dynamic  People can openly discuss and comment  People can share and make it viral  Communications became two-way Keeping up isn’t good enough View slide
  • Ubiquitous Connectivity “50 billion connected devices: 2020.” Source: Ericcson Who are the users?  Employees Activists  Managers Guild associations  Customers Communities  Investors Unions  Suppliers Opinion leaders  Retailers Experts  Distributors Media  Regulating bodies Public at large Everyone is now a media outlet Create Consume Publish Interact Transact
  • Everyone is a media outlet Same idea in 100 places has an amplifying effect Social + Media Relations      More outlets Better research New relationship-building opportunities Bypass (some) gatekeepers If you're not quick, you're not relevant Tech-Savvy Journalists      81% of journalists are on Twitter 75% of them using it for work 91% of journalists believe their reliance on social media has increased 33% of journalists use social media to find sources 80% of journalists believe their newsrooms encourage the use of social media All thanks to the Internet
  • How Digital is Nigeria After 100 years, technology enabled new means of communication. Significant broadband penetration helped foster widespread growth of social media and made news an extremely volatile industry. As of May 2010. Needs to be updated  1.17 billion internet users worldwide  126+ Trillion the number of blogs  55+ million internet users (32.9%)  20+ million of Social networking users  Swift changes being seen in newspaper readership habits  Major circulation and ad revenue declines  Newspapers testing new tactics (comments, popularity ranking, narrower pages)  Five of the top 10 visited websites are social (source: Alexa)  48+ million broadband internet subscribers  110 million mobile subscribers (77%) Source http://www.internetworldstats.com/africa.htm#id
  • WHERE DOES ALL OF THIS LEAD TO AND WHY SHOULD PR CARE?
  • Today's Digital PR: 5 Key Trends
  • Today's Digital PR: 5 Key Trends In 2015, Social Media will move beyond growth to saturation. This means that digital public relations is changing quickly. Here's a quick look at what social media saturation and mobile growth mean for public relations this year. Social Media becoming dominant form of online content
  • Today's Digital PR: 5 Key Trends 1. The social media category as a whole is on the cusp of becoming the dominant form of online content; it accounted for over 26.6% of Internet time in 2012. And this year it is expected to surpass portals as the most engaging online activity. Engagement is the key word there. 2. People are constantly connected and consuming media, which sounds daunting but it is great news for media creators. And now PR professionals are not solely pitching the media, but they too are media creators. 3. Think like PR People and Measure. Leverage the converged media: This means online media formats are converging. "P.O.E.M." (Paid, Owned, Earned Media) is now really the future. (Paid being advertising and sponsorships. Owned being content created by brands/corporations. And Earned being press placements and media partnership). Lucky for PR Professionals, the measurement tools for Owned and Earned are getting better and better. Just look at how much the Facebook Insights product has evolved since it launched. The future of media strategy and pubic relations professionals can lead the strategy. They have the most experience in strategic communications, cross platform media and rapid response. The future is to think like PR people but measure using the P.O.E.M strategy. Comscore’s recent social media study
  • Today's Digital PR: 5 Key Trends 4. Identify and Engage Influencers: These are early adopters with established owned and earned media. PR professionals need get on board with their peeps. Find the people who are most passionate about what you're doing. These are the new “influencers.” 5. An age-old complaint within the PR industry has been lack of budgets and small staffs. That's likely not going to change anytime soon. But there are new ways PR executives can make their small teams more powerful with fewer resources. First, embrace the machine. "Automation" is no longer a scary word – Let your content be findable, shareable, Finally, maximize the media hits you do get. Let it be shared everywhere. Because, increasingly, if it didn't happen on the Internet, it didn't happen. Introduction to Digital PR
  • INTRODUCTION! •  PR offline or on is about building awareness, credibility and goodwill.  It’s about building a presence and gaining the understanding and support of your stakeholders.  PR has always been about creating a favorable operating climate for a company or organization.  Digital PR is no different. It’s about building that presence online and developing strong relationships with all the players in your social graph. The techniques include SEO, content development, social media, online newsrooms, websites, blogs and online media coverage.
  •  Digital public relations is a powerful tool that will enhance your corporate communications further, faster, wider, cheaper and more interactive, something that would otherwise be impossible to do in the traditional public relations. Finally, Digital PR is the ability to…  Spread positive and promotional messaging  Control negative and damaging messaging 2013 Digital PR SkIlls
  • 2014 PR Skills  Visual Storytelling: Images, infographics, video scripting, shooting and editing.  Monitoring: Listening to the right conversations  Analysing content: So much more than we used to do with media content, this encompasses analysing the online conversations for tone, sentiment, share of voice and opportunities  Measurement: Gone are the days of fuzzy PR stats. Digital PR measures every click and every outcome. You need to know how to use Google Analytics, social reporting tools and how to set up dashboards. Get your team familiar with the tools that allow you to effectively produce and distribute excellent PR content GOALS FOR PR
  • Goals for PR Increase Exposure Educate Audiences Improve Positioning Increase Mind Share Increase Sales Obtain Members Raise Awareness for Mission Source: Shonali Burke – From WTF to KPI: Measuring the Value of PR The Role of Digital PR Native advertising is based on storytelling. Who better to tell brand stories than the PR people? We know how to tell stories well. Now we need to learn how to:      Present stories digitally Tell them in 140 characters Add the right visual assets Distribute them online to best effect Track outcomes Just as the lines between journalists and bloggers are blurring, so are the lines between advertising marketing and PR. PR is not only about earned media anymore. Learn to master owned media and paid media too. • THE ROLE FOR DIGITAL PR
  • Challenges Requirements  What happens on the Internet stays on the Internet – good or bad  It makes your client vulnerable  The landscape is changing everyday  Creativity and Out of the Box thinking is a pre-requisite  News spreads like a forest fire and if not controlled properly, it can kill your brand  Here a crisis can lead to the end of your career, if not handled properly  Strategy  Content  Connection  Interaction  Integration  Tools STRATEGY TO ADOPT FOR CHALLENGES
  • Busting Myths  Creating pages on social networks will get you fans/followers  Creating a group will get you members  Unlike offline PR, online PR does not require a strategy, it is all about sharing stuff online  Like offline PR, online PR cannot be really measured TDIGITAL PR TOOLS
  • AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
  • IS THERE A TOOLBOX FOR IT? YES THERE ARE 5 TOOLS
  • Digital PR Tool Box          Press Releases(SEO & SEM Optimized) Media pitches Social Networking Profiles Expert Groups, Blogs and Forums Contributed Articles/Thought Leadership articles Research Reports Webinars Digital Assets ( SEO optimized Videos, Podcasts, Presentations, Photographs) Search & Social media monitoring (Reputation management)
  • 1. SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION  Master SEO Basics - Keyword optimization is the key here.  There has to be constant that is ripe for optimization. News content  Optimizing the content can help the content rank well in the search engines.
  • 2. SOCIAL MEDIA  Engaging influencers and customers to perpetuate a positive brand image.  Identify & empower the brand ambassadors.  Proactive content optimization helps dispel negative image and accentuate what’s positive.
  • 3.  DIGITAL ASSETS Optimizing digital assets with relevant keywords.  Either promoting or submitting to vertical search engines that can provide additional exposure to media.
  • 4. BLOGGING  Well-optimized and linked blog posts can rank well in the search engines.  Blogger relations is often more successful when the company being pitched has its own blog to point to.
  • Is blogs a threat to journalism? Why Blogger Relations? • 89% of journalists research story ideas on blogs • Social media and blogs dominate Nigerians' time online (23%) • Social media grew 122% year-over-year
  • 5.  SEARCH & SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING Social: mine new ideas, keep tabs on competitors, identify brand ambassadors and address any negative press quickly and directly.  Search: news optimization efforts and provide insight into search traffic effectiveness. Social Amplifies Media Coverage
  • Digital PR = Engage, Involve, Collaborate OWN YOUT OWN STORY • Social media release • Add social sharing to the launch timeline: – – – – Facebook and Twitter “drip” campaigns Identify when & how news can be shared online Provide sample posts Internal communication is critical • Coordinate with high-profile supporters • Update closed/secret Facebook groups • Monitor online conversations on FB, Twitter, Quora, blogs, etc. Respond as appropriate. Digital PR checklist
  • DIGITAL PR CHECKLIST Decide on what is the objective of your Digital media campaign. Is it creating awareness or lead generation? Depending on your objective, select the digital channels that would be relevant to achieving your goals Understand what motivates people to follow brands on these channels, your campaigns for each of these channels should be customized to meet the needs of your target audience. The reason why people follow a brand on LinkedIn is different from why they follow on Facebook Be creative in your approach and plan on sustaining the momentum
  • DIGITAL PR CHECKLIST  Decide on what kind of collaterals you will need  Create your Content Strategy  Use your social networks to follow your target media, to understand what they like to write about, what story angles intrigue them and how best can you pitch to them  In addition to your traditional mediums like emails, use social networks like twitter to pitch to your target media  Social networks are great for building relationships. Focus on the relationship and not on marketing to an individual, rest will follow  Online media is about give and take and not just for telling your side of the story always What’s Your Content Strategy?
  • Don’t Leave Content To Chance. Develop a Content Repository System WHAT IS DIGITAL PR WITHOUT ORM
  • People are going to talk about your business, whether that conversation is positive or negative can come down to how involved you are in those conversations. Online reputation is quickly becoming as important, if not more so, than real world reputation since the internet makes a lasting impression and creates an on-going record for people to view over and over again. If a business fails to cultivate a positive online image they are likely to suffer from it. Cultivating digital conversations requires proactive involvement and unique digital public relations skills with a unique optimization understanding not familiar to most traditional PR experts. ONLINE REPUTATION MANAGEMENT
  • Do You Know What People Are Saying About Your Business Online?
  • ONLINE REPUTATION MANAGEMENT: DEFINITION Online reputation management (or monitoring) is the practice of monitoring the Internet reputation of a person, brand or business, with the goal of suppressing negative mentions entirely, or pushing them lower on search engine results pages to decrease their visibility. Wikipedia Definition
  • Online reputation management: What are you already doing?
  • WHY IS ORM IMPORTANT TO THE DIGITAL PR PROFESSIONAL? Your Prospects Are Online Your Competitors Are Online Your Customers Are Online … That Includes Your UNHAPPY Customers IDENTITY VS IMAGE
  • WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS
  • LISTENING: AN INTEGRAL PART OF DIGITAL PR NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF ORM
  • NEGATIVE ORM Bad Customer Experience Unresolved Customer Issues Bad Reputation MAINTAIN YOUR REPUTATION  Manage Your Digital Footprint  Be PROACTIVE instead of REACTIVE  Monitor Online Conversations About Your Business  Respond and Interact with Consumers Online  Create and Distribute POSITIVE Content Regularly  Understanding the mechanisms through which content and search define your organisation’s reputation  Designing monitoring systems to deliver intelligence about your reputation in social media  Influencing what Google says about you including the science of SEO  Creating engaging Web content designed to catch the attention of Google, including online news releases Design a content strategy for your organisation Give adequate provision of timely and helpful information HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR ORM
  • Online reputation management basics: Can reputation really be managed?
  •  Crisis response using social media 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Scramble your Rapid Response Crisis Communications team, and alert senior management to the crisis that is unfolding Go public as soon as possible by making your crisis blog live and visible with latest information, updates and instructions; promote with Google Ads keep information true, helpful and brief, explain how you are resolving the situation, respond to legitimate questions honestly - this is not the time for spin. Be Responsive and Responsible Update staff on the situation, and on any changes to traditional and online communications during the crisis Reach out to key online contacts (bloggers, journalists, page/forum moderators)by email and text with a personal message and a latest update, pointing them to your crisis blog Pay particular attention to monitoring your reputational health (e.g. NPS) post-crisis WHAT WORKS
  • What works 1... Expectation-beating experiences: Reputation Management = Experience Management “80% of variation in reputation is accounted for by the degree experience beats expectations”- (Weber Shandwick Research 2009) 2...Managing visibility Google loves Social Media 3... Real-time information service (crises) WHAT TO MONITOR
  • Reputation management basics:     website popup / online survey online sentiment monitoring software reach of mentions (Net sentiment (positive - negative mentions) Google Alerts What to Monitor  Organisation name  Online Conversations  Trademarks  Key personnel  Sector issues  Key competitors / partners SUMMARY
  • GOOGLE
  • Set up an alert • I set up a notification system with Google Alert to notify you of postings related to your name.
  • Mobile: 08037197175. Email: celestine@cihangroup.net