Monitoring Social Media for Investor Relations - September 17, 2009

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Interactive discussion on social media monitoring with Richard Brewer-Hay, Manager of Social Media Strategy and Chief Blogger at eBay and Serena Ehrlich, VP Social Media, Startup Army and past president of the NIRI L.A. and Dallas*Fort Worth Chapters.

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  • Monitoring Social Media for Investor Relations - September 17, 2009

    1. 1. Monitoring Social Media for Investor Relations <br />Panelists: Richard Brewer-Hay, eBay<br /> Serena Ehrlich, Startup Army<br />Moderator: Sheryl Joyce, Director Marketing <br /> Communications <br />September 17, 2009<br />
    2. 2. About Q4 Web Systems<br />Web platform to manage IR websites and communications <br />Complete CMS control with workflow and collaboration <br />Customizable best practice templates<br />Detailed website records and audit trail<br />Social media and XBRL integration<br />Learn More <br />
    3. 3. Agenda<br />Key Trends<br />Why Monitor?<br />Where should companies look for conversations?<br />What should they be listening for?<br />Who should they engage with if anyone?<br />How and what tools should they use to monitor and engage?<br />Q & A<br />
    4. 4. Key Trends<br />
    5. 5. Key Trends<br />Corporate websites and blogs seen as fair disclosure (under certain circumstances)<br />67% of global online population use social networks and blogs1<br />55% are using Twitter for Investor Relations2<br />As of June, Twitter&apos;s traffic has exploded 15X to 44.5 million worldwide unique visitors3<br />Source: 1. Universal McCann Wave 3 & Nielsen Online report http://bit.ly/11il0Y<br /> 2. Q4 Web Systems – Twitter for IR Report http://bit.ly/k5JaO<br /> 3. comScore<br />
    6. 6. Why Monitor?<br />
    7. 7. Where Should Companies Look for Conversations?<br />
    8. 8. What Should They be Listening for?<br />
    9. 9. Who Should They Engage With if Anyone?<br />
    10. 10. How and What Tools Should They Use to Monitor and Engage?<br />
    11. 11. Questions and AnswersSubmit using GoToMeeting<br />
    12. 12. Resource Links<br />http://alexa.com/ – free website traffic stats & additional paid services i.e. blog size & rank<br />http://biz360.com/ – using the web for market research on brands (blog is free)<br />http://comScore.com/ – determine size & rank of blog (free & paid)<br />http://compete.com/ – free website stats compare traffic among sites + paid services <br />http://coremetrics.com/ – website analytics, online marketing, consulting & training (paid)<br />http://delicious.com/ – social bookmarking & search ranking blog popularity (free)<br />http://digg.com/ – ranks popularity of online news & postings (free)<br />http://firstrain.com/– data mining yields investment research for institutions & companies<br />http://google.com/alerts – tool to gather traffic data on your corporate website (free)<br />http://peoplebrowsr.com/ – tool to monitor Twitter (Free)<br />http://quantcast.com/ – determine size & rank of blog (free & paid)<br />http://radian6.com  – monitoring & analysis services for social media chatter<br />http://sensidea.com – brand monitoring (free)<br />Source: 1. IR Café – http://bit.ly/3OXUWs<br /> 2. Input from Serena Ehrlich – http://bit.ly/VrT0Y<br />
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