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Easy 1-2-3 description of Social Media Marketing and how it trumps traditional marketing campaigns.

Easy 1-2-3 description of Social Media Marketing and how it trumps traditional marketing campaigns.

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  • 1. Why do I keep hearing about social media ? April 2009 Bash Foo Social Media
  • 2. Social media stories are everywhere
  • 3. Why ? It’s where the people are !
  • 4. While the economy is in a vicious circle
  • 5. Consumers are getting angrier
  • 6. And they’re afraid to spend money
  • 7. But social media empowers consumers
  • 8. And no matter how big your advertising spending, small groups of consumers are hijacking the conversation
  • 9. In today's social-media-centric world it's imperative that you're transparent, honest and authentic
    • Microsoft’s hard social media lesson
    • Lauren can’t purchase an Apple laptop for under $1000 and winds up purchasing an HP laptop.
    • However..social media users chime in and we learn:
    • Lauren is actually a member of the Screen Actors Guild.
    • The whole event was staged.
    • Negative review on the HP Pavilion laptop Lauren purchased “poor Vista experience”.
  • 10. But marketers still try and interrupt us
  • 11. They need to change brains Stop thinking about selling and start thinking about engagement and conversation
  • 12. Marketers should be
  • 13. Because the way consumers shop is changing forever Fundamental shift from wants to needs
  • 14. Even private label sales are increasing because “value” has changed
  • 15. So traditional branding is dying
  • 16.  
  • 17. And they are being replaced with the realities of the current marketing environment
    • Consumer trust in business, products, and brands has been badly damaged and it’s almost impossible to hide corporations behind their brands.
    • Unless you are honest, transparent and authentic consumers will kick and ban you from using social media.
    • Organizations are ill prepared to use social media because they don’t understand how to use it to meet business objectives.
    • Traditional marketing (squeaky clean, value statements, buzzwords) cannot be applied to new media.
    • Redefine the value equation to your advantage and don’t use price alone.
    • Marketers are being held accountable for bottom line results and can’t waste money on “branding” without ROI.
  • 18. What is the average age of social media users today?
  • 19. Twitter growth is coming from older demographics 45-54 year olds are 36 percent more likely than average to visit Twitter, making them the highest indexing age group, followed by 25-34 year olds, who are 30 percent more likely.
  • 20. As are facebook's demographics 2009 facebook Demographics and Statistics Report: 276% Growth in 35-54 Year Old Users* * From June 2008 thru January 2009
  • 21. So should you increase social media spending ?
  • 22. Myths of Social Media Myth #1: We need a social media program now
    • Reality:
    • You need first to clearly communicate your objectives and strategy.
    • Don’t get so drunk on the idea of social media that you ignore the other problems of your marketing strategy.
  • 23. Myths of Social Media Myth #2: Our agency can implement a social media program for us
    • Reality:
    • You need to be transparent and that means that you need to establish trust via the conversation.
  • 24. Myths of Social Media Myth #3: If we get a lot of followers on a social media site then our program is a huge success
    • Reality:
    • If you can’t meet your business objectives with the use of social media, then the program is a failure.
    • Your website is where consumers visit if they want to know information about your product or company;
    • Alternatively, your social media site allows them to interact with you and your brand in a meaningful way.
  • 25. Myths of Social Media Myth #4: It’s easy and inexpensive to implement a social media marketing program
    • Reality:
    • Social media marketing programs can be expensive.
    • Setting the objectives and how they are going to be measured can be a time consuming process
    • The real benefit comes from the longevity of social media versus a traditional ad campaign.
  • 26. Myths of Social Media Myth #5: There is no way to measure ROI of social media
    • Reality:
    • Social media when combined with website Search Engine Optimization has shown huge ROI which can result in a quantifiable number of new business leads.
    • An effective campaign contains all forms of media advertising
  • 27. Michael McDermott
    • Has championed creative IT and web hosting solutions since 1995.
    • A respected hands-on technologist and dynamic business leader with a long history of project success.
    • Has contributing to the advanced performance, growth and profitability of leading marketing organizations and product brands.
    • Core competencies include:
    • Strategic Direction and Procedures
    • Brand strategy
    • New product planning and implementation
    • Internet marketing
    • Web Analytics
    • eCommerce
    • Brand positioning and research
    • Competitive analysis
    • Search Engine Optimization
    • Prolific writer and blogger
    • Social media strategy, implementation and measurement.
  • 28. For More Info: Website http://bashfoo.org Twitter http://twitter.com/delta40

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