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The Science of Social Media Marketing presentation will teach attendees what drives people to share information and opinions online as well as scientifically proven best practices for spreading …

The Science of Social Media Marketing presentation will teach attendees what drives people to share information and opinions online as well as scientifically proven best practices for spreading content virally through social media. Specifically, it will cover: * The history of word of mouth marketing, from pre-web to online * Lessons from social psychology, memetics, and statistics to understand what motivates people to share information * Scientifically proven best practices for getting people to talk about your business

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  • Edelman study – people buy from people like themselves Rank-and-file employees more credible spokespersons than corporate CEOs
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    • 1. The Science of Social Media Marketing Douglas Karr Chantelle Flannery & Photo by Horia Varlan
    • 2.  
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    • 4. Adoption Lifecycle
    • 5. How people share information online Social Media is 21st Century “Word of Mouth”
    • 6. 50% of mobile internet traffic is for social networking sites The #2 largest search engine is Youtube. Facebook tops Google for weekly web traffic in the U.S. 25% of search results for the World’s Top 20 brands are links to user generated content. 34% of bloggers post opinions about products or brands. 78% of consumers trust peer recommendations. Only 14% trust advertisements. Only 18% of TV ad campaigns generate a positive ROI. 90% skip ads with Tivo and DVR.
    • 7. How People Evolve Online
    • 8. 93% of Americans believe a company “ should have a presence in social media.” 85% say that companies “ should also interact with consumers via social media” 89% of US online buyers read customer reviews before they purchase.
    • 9. Source: Datran Media
    • 10. REQUIRED: Social Media Understanding
    • 11. Benefits of Social Media
      • Influence: Companies, clients, prospects, colleagues, friends
      • Branding: Establishing your personal brand
      • Networking: Connect with other readers and bloggers
      • Escape and Fulfillment: Writing helps
      • Education: Others as well as yourself
      • Money: Advertising and sponsorships can drive direct revenue
      • Remember Stuff: Search engine optimized diary of records and resources
      • Authority: speaking, consulting, writing
    • 12.  
    • 13. Influence
    • 14. Doing SM Right
      • Platform - security, privacy, maintenance, optimization, integration support
      • Transparency - not a brochure site, prospects and clients want to know YOU
      • Consistency - fulfill people’s expectations for content and periodicity
      • Passion - find resources who love it
      • Participate - commenting and networking drives traffic and rank
      • Momentum - steady, consistent effort drives results 
      • Committee - share strategies and goals to provide direction 
      • Coordination - brochure site, email marketing 
      • Measurement - analytics integration, actions and goals
    • 15.  
    • 16. How do you connect with them?
    • 17. How do they connect with you?
    • 18. Measure
    • 19. Source: Datran Media Measure Adjust
    • 20. Search Social Traditional Word of Mouth
    • 21. Optimize
    • 22. Monitor
    • 23. Monitoring Tools
    • 24. Engage
    • 25. Drive Sharing
      • Rewards
      • Warnings
      • Imitation
      • Popularity/Memes
      • Niche Needs
      • Common Values
    • 26. Seventy-one percent of people said, "I make it a point to buy brands from companies whose values are similar to my own." Nearly the same number rejected companies whose values don't match. As chief insights officer for Young & Rubicam John Gerzema Photo by IXQUICK
    • 27. 12% growth in sales Buyer-Reassurance Program Gestures must go beyond words. Persuasion is no longer enough.
    • 28. Study here Photo by Oude School Trust in “a person like me” increased from 20% in 2003 to 68% in 2006
    • 29. “… the more valuable the sentiment or activity the members exchange with one another, the greater the average frequency of interaction of the members.” Social Behavior as Exchange George C. Homans
    • 30. Strategy Launch Promote Listen/monitor Engage Measure Optimize Photo by mrjoroPhoto
    • 31. Douglas Karr Chantelle Flannery http://corporatebloggingtips.com @douglaskarr @chantellef

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