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Social Media in the Enterprise

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Social Networking and its place in the business enterprise.

Social Networking and its place in the business enterprise.

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  • 1. Social Media in the Enterprise Dick Pepper Director, eBusiness Corporate Tool
  • 2. The Social Enterprise
    • What is the place, if any, of Social Media in the Enterprise?
      • Vocabulary:
        • Social Media – Twitter, Facebook, blogs, podcasts, video… online and offline interaction by community.
        • Enterprise – big honking corporations and little mom and pop shops. The bigger the enterprise, the more difficult the endeavor.
  • 3. Enterprise Social Media Report Card Last Year
  • 4. The Social Enterprise
    • Getting Social in the Enterprise
    • Awareness – recognizing that something is going on.
    • Acceptance – determining that maybe we should look into it.
    • Adoption – Lets try something, and wreck the hell out of it.
    • Adaptation – Lets finally figure out what’s going on and make it a valuable business tool. Adaptation, btw, is enterprise to us.
  • 5. The Social Enterprise: Awareness, Acceptance
    • Pretty hard to miss – YouTube anyone?
    • LinkedIn opened the door for many business professionals – a gateway drug of sorts.
    • The customers showed up…
  • 6. The Social Enterprise: Adoption, Adaptation
    • Television and Newspapers, communicators, adopted and screwed it up.
    • But then they fixed it.
    • And now it’s killing them. Or is it?
    • What Would Google Do?
    • Define Your Business
  • 7. The Social Enterprise
    • 3 layers to Social Media in the Enterprise
      • Internal to drive product creation and innovation, and productivity tools that use social aspects
      • External to see what the customers are saying about you.
      • External to drive products and awareness to customers
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  • 9. Internal
    • Product Development
    • Innovation
    • Communication between employees
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  • 14. External
    • Finding out what People are saying about your company and your products
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  • 19. External
    • Different ways to execute a social media strategy…
    • Different entry points into the conversion funnel.
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  • 26. The Approach
    • Did you notice how each Facebook Approach was different?
      • User page
      • Group
      • Business Page
  • 27. Blogs, Video, Podcasts, etc.
    • MUCH more difficult for enterprise, but it’s getting done…
      • Blogs are only used if you can be HONEST with your users.
      • Podcasts reach 11%, and it better be entertaining.
      • Video… Any fool can do it, and the stupider the better.
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  • 30. Who Watches This Crap?
    • Your Customers.
    • And they buy $400 blenders.
  • 31. YouTube Demographics Ultimate goal of YouTube: “ To be seen on any screen.”
  • 32. Enterprise: Video
    • A huge video market is developing, with the US audience expected to grow to 190 million people by 2012, 88% of the Internet user population.
  • 33. What Next?
    • Questions and answer time.
    • Contact = [email_address]
    • Twitter: bigfoamyhead
    • Facebook – aren’t we friends now?
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  • 36. Content Submittal Process
    • eMarketing guidelines and specifications for videos and associated meta-information will be distributed to BU’s
    • Corporate eMarketing will coordinate the placement of ALL Medtronic originated videos into the channel
    • Condition specific areas need to be configured as “Playlists” NOT separate Channels
    • Non-patient/consumer channels may be created in the future for specific audiences