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  • 10:30 – 10:45
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    • 1. Social Media Building Blocks Collaborative Where do we begin?
    • 2. A Welcome from our hosts…
    • 3. Let’s see where we are… What is YOUR comfort with the world of new & social media? Rate your Organizational Readiness to engage with these tools
    • 4. CHPC Let’s Share: What are the 3 questions you have about this whole social media thing?
    • 5. CHPC
    • 6. Failure IS an Option www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Vo4M4u5Boc CHPC
    • 7. CHPC Only YOU can find what works for you & your organization
    • 8. CHPC HELP is out there – tons of it BethKanter.org
    • 9. We can all do this! Take one step…
      • In the next 5-7 days:
      • For the PROGRAMS/FACILITIES: Listen to your clients – ask them how they use new media tools
      • For YOU: Try one new media tool to “listen” & use social media tools to connect.
      • For all of us – as a NETWORK: Find and listen to your peers on-line
      CHPC
    • 10. Congratulations! You now own your own network & newspaper
    • 11. But before we start…Be Strategic
      • Communications Goals should rule
      • What is your near-term goal?
      • Long-term?
      • What is your strategy?
      • How do these tools fit?
      • Are you the right messenger?
      • Are you listening?
      Photo source: http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/21-creative-ways-to-increase-your-facebook-fanbase/ CHPC
    • 12. Thinking about your audiences Courtesy of HollyMinch.com Think about your audience? CHPC What News? Who Needs to Hear it? List all key audiences In What Format? Note the comm. channel By When? From Whom Do They Need to Hear it?
    • 13. Beth Kanter’s Continuum Crawl, Walk, Run, Fly! CHPC What new & social media tools are we using?
    • 14. Let’s go to work!
      • Practice
      • Create
      • Fail/Learn
      CHPC
    • 15. CHPC Now, let’s talk about what this means. So far, so good?
    • 16. CHPC THINKING ABOUT NEW MEDIA Common barriers we face? Why using these tools matter? Why you should lead the effort? Thinking Differently New & Social Media Transformations
    • 17. CHPC PREPARE FOR HEALTH Social Media Fellows Alameda County Public Health Changing Organizations CESA 2010 Using New Media to Evolve a “Field” Changing Networks What I’ve Seen New & Social Media Transformations
    • 18. The New Media Big Bang
    • 19.     March 2010 CHPC
    • 20. Five Things You & All of Us Can Do CHPC
      • Start where you are: LinkedIn as a starting point
      • Become an Informer: Build presence on Twitter
      • Make Your Own News: Make Photos/Videos available using Flip Cameras, Twitpic, & Flickr
      • Go home! Build robust on-line home for your work & use metrics to track success
      • Build a Fan Base: Use Facebook to provide a “home” for supporters & inform your communities
    • 21. CHPC Why is THIS guy smiling Jeff Weiner, CEO at LinkedIn.com
    • 22.     Status Updates
      • What You Need to Know:
      • Status Updates (140 character messages) keep your name, agency and your activities in front of your connections – without any extra effort from you
      • Can be sent from your cell phone!
      • Share insights, make requests, announce achievements, send event invitations, solicit help, and give or receive advice – immediately
      • Status updates can appear on the LinkedIn homepages of your direct connections, where they can comment or respond.
      • Updates are visible to your connections, your entire network, or all LinkedIn members (depending on your account settings).
      • Receive expert advice or suggestions from members of your network
      Note: You can link other applications to your LinkedIn profile – SlideShare, WordPress, Twitter, Polls, etc.
    • 23.    
        • Access to people and information matters!: For funding opportunities, research, recommendations, & advice.
        • Concept: with 6 Degrees of Separation everyone is at most six steps away from any other person on Earth - the “ small world phenomenon”
        • The more robust your personal network, the fewer degrees between you and the people you want to know
        • Online, visible networks have benefits beyond offline networks – portability, speed, trust, durability, sustainability
      6 Degrees of Separation Note: With social media, you can be better known, networked and noticed – without leaving your desk!
    • 24. The Possibilities What would it mean for your program to be connected to the leaders of your industry? What would it mean for our effectiveness, for businesses, the nonprofit sector, and public sector partners to be connected on LinkedIn and other social media platforms? What would it mean for this field to be the most connected and prepared in the country?
    • 25. Be an Informer CHPC
    • 26. Twitter Basics
      • Messages – 140 characters – a “ Tweet ”
      • Messages available to anyone – but sent directly to your “ followers ” accounts
      • Messages from the people you “ Follow ” sent to your account – all messages accessible through searching
      • Individual users have account names – identified by “@NAME”
      CHPC
    • 27. Twitter?
      • 15 Billion messages sent
      • 140 characters or less
      • Millions of individual broadcasting networks with custom-built audiences
      CHPC
    • 28. Twitter Starting Point - Listen
      • Counter-intuitive – listen first
      • Follow 5 new people – see who they “listen” to, then five more, then five more – watch the conversation happen
      • Try a search – Search.Twitter.com
      • Read the conversation – who is saying what? Follow some interesting folks.
      Adapted from http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/5_simple_twitter_listening_tips_every_marketer.php CHPC
    • 29. Listen… Search a “hashtag” CHPC
    • 30. What have you learned by listening?
      • What conversations are out there?
      • Who is having them?
      • Is there a voice missing from the discussion?
      • Is there information missing?
      • What value can you add?
      CHPC
    • 31. Fear-free Tweeting
      • How could you message your peers in 140 characters or less?
      • How would it be different than how you communicate now?
      CHPC
    • 32. TweetDeck hootsuite Managing it all CHPC
    • 33. What could you say on H1N1?
      • Take one step today to protect your parents – help them get the #H1N1 vaccine (link)
      • Most seniors in our county still haven’t been vaccinated for #H1N1. Help them get connected today (link)
      • Prepare for summer. Sunscreen and #H1N1 vaccines for the vulnerable people in your life (kids, seniors).
      • If you love someone, help them get vaccinated with the #H1N1 vaccine. Lots available in Alameda County.
      • Five seconds can mean a year of #H1N1 coverage. Help someone you love get the vaccine today.
      A moment of reflection: What are my org’s social media barriers? Who are my skeptics? Who is already using social media? CHPC
    • 34. www.flickr.com/photos/whiteafrican/3100136010/ CHPC Make Your Own News
      • Make News: Make Photos/Videos Available using Flip Cameras, Twitpic, & Flickr
    • 35. Record It!
      • Flip Video Cameras
      • $75 changes everything!
      • Easy to use
      • Easy to upload
      • Easy to share
      • Easy to evangelize
      CHPC
    • 36. Using Video – Making a Point Use the minds of others www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHRC30ZWGHA CHPC
    • 37. Building your Broadcast Network Lobby Day 2010 A Tree Falls & Everyone Hears CHPC
    • 38. Take Pictures – Define the Images & Debate
      • Cameras
      • Cellphones
      • iPhones
      CHPC
    • 39. Distribute your photos - instantly CHPC
    • 40. Distribute your photos - instantly CHPC
    • 41. Aggregate your photos CHPC
    • 42. A moment of reflection: So…what do you have? Video? Photos? How could you use it to have a discussion? Could you post it? Host it? Re-mix it? CHPC
    • 43. Let’s build a home on the web CHPC
    • 44.
      • Websites are cheap
      • Websites are easy
      • Websites can be updated
      • Websites are YOUR space
      Let’s build YOUR home CHPC
    • 45. Website in 5 minutes or less
      • Getting Started
      • URL - www.mywebsite.com OR www.mywebsite.wordpress.com
      • Easy - host your site at wordpress.com, register an account and you’ll be ready to begin building your site in no time.
      • 5 Minutes – Wordpress is famous for its “Five minute” installation. Follow the instructions and you’ll be up and running in no time.
      CHPC
    • 46. Track It!
      • Unique Visitors
      • Visits/Visitors
      • Pages
      • Hits
      • Robots/Spiders
      • Visits Duration
      • Referrers
      • Key words/phrases
      Your Boss or Funder CHPC
    • 47.     March 2010 CHPC
    • 48. Facebook – Your Home Link to News Item Promote Event CHPC
    • 49. Facebook – Update Quickly Link to Blog Post a photo CHPC
    • 50. Best Practices to Build a Following
      • Ask their opinion
      • Test their knowledge
      • Promotions
      • Say thank you
      • Recruit Fans – w/ prizes
      Adapted from Beth Kantor’s Social Media Lab – Facebook & Mashable CHPC
    • 51. Add Free “Apps” http://www.involver.com/pages/gallery.html That was easy CHPC
    • 52. Facebook Like Page – Listen & Engage CHPC
    • 53. How Do You Feel? CHPC
    • 54. CHPC Fear Free New Media? Discuss.
    • 55. Dan Cohen, Principal Full Court Press Communications [email_address] Twitter: @DCSTPAUL & @FullCourtPress 510-271-0640