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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 …

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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    • 1. Monitoring Social Media for Investor Relations
      Panelists: Richard Brewer-Hay, eBay
      Serena Ehrlich, Startup Army
      Moderator: Sheryl Joyce, Director Marketing
      Communications
      September 17, 2009
    • 2. About Q4 Web Systems
      Web platform to manage IR websites and communications
      Complete CMS control with workflow and collaboration
      Customizable best practice templates
      Detailed website records and audit trail
      Social media and XBRL integration
      Learn More
    • 3. Agenda
      Key Trends
      Why Monitor?
      Where should companies look for conversations?
      What should they be listening for?
      Who should they engage with if anyone?
      How and what tools should they use to monitor and engage?
      Q & A
    • 4. Key Trends
    • 5. Key Trends
      Corporate websites and blogs seen as fair disclosure (under certain circumstances)
      67% of global online population use social networks and blogs1
      55% are using Twitter for Investor Relations2
      As of June, Twitter&apos;s traffic has exploded 15X to 44.5 million worldwide unique visitors3
      Source: 1. Universal McCann Wave 3 & Nielsen Online report http://bit.ly/11il0Y
      2. Q4 Web Systems – Twitter for IR Report http://bit.ly/k5JaO
      3. comScore
    • 6. Why Monitor?
    • 7. Where Should Companies Look for Conversations?
    • 8. What Should They be Listening for?
    • 9. Who Should They Engage With if Anyone?
    • 10. How and What Tools Should They Use to Monitor and Engage?
    • 11. Questions and AnswersSubmit using GoToMeeting
    • 12. Resource Links
      http://alexa.com/ – free website traffic stats & additional paid services i.e. blog size & rank
      http://biz360.com/ – using the web for market research on brands (blog is free)
      http://comScore.com/ – determine size & rank of blog (free & paid)
      http://compete.com/ – free website stats compare traffic among sites + paid services
      http://coremetrics.com/ – website analytics, online marketing, consulting & training (paid)
      http://delicious.com/ – social bookmarking & search ranking blog popularity (free)
      http://digg.com/ – ranks popularity of online news & postings (free)
      http://firstrain.com/– data mining yields investment research for institutions & companies
      http://google.com/alerts – tool to gather traffic data on your corporate website (free)
      http://peoplebrowsr.com/ – tool to monitor Twitter (Free)
      http://quantcast.com/ – determine size & rank of blog (free & paid)
      http://radian6.com  – monitoring & analysis services for social media chatter
      http://sensidea.com – brand monitoring (free)
      Source: 1. IR Café – http://bit.ly/3OXUWs
      2. Input from Serena Ehrlich – http://bit.ly/VrT0Y
    • 13. Visit Us Online
      Web:
      www.q4websystems.com
      Blog:
      www.q4blog.com
      Twitter:
      www.twitter.com/q4websystems
      Facebook:
      http://www.facebook.com/pages/Q4-Web-Systems/12405396627