Preparing For The Future Of Social MediaThe hotly anticipated Facebook IPO marks a watershed moment for social media -- no longer the bright shiny objective, it's time to stop dabbling and get serious. Yet most organizations look at social media as a check list -- got a presence on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn? Check it off the list. But unbeknownst to these leaders, much of the hard work still lies ahead. Charlene Li share what the future of social media looks like from our perch here in 2012 -- and what we need to do today to get ready. We'll discuss the detailed process of how to create a robust social business strategy that is holistic and integrated, as well as the core capabilities your organization must have in 2012 to be competitive.
Where we have come from, timeline of how quickly things change.
Social and especially Facebook is dominant
How much do you really know about me? If we are going to be in a relationship, then I expect that you’ve taken the time to get to know me before we even meet. Trust becomes a significant issue. Relationship between privacy and permission
Have a plan for everyday triage – as well as the crisis.