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Leveraging New Media
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Leveraging New Media

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Maximizing the impact of your institution’s resources through the use of Mew Media, …

Maximizing the impact of your institution’s resources through the use of Mew Media,

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    • 1. leverage new media<br />facebook.com/emgonline :: twitter.com/emgonline :: youtube.com/emgvideos :: brandmanagersnotebook.wordpress.com<br />and take your institution to the next level<br />
    • 2. X-er. 176. Selective friender. Prefer sharing to social games. Facebook. LinkedIn. Twitter. Mobile uploads. Favorite thing: friends found, friends made, friends kept.<br />inekecaycedo<br />twitter.com/javasea80<br />
    • 3. X-er. ODU Brandmeister. Little time for online socializing. Busy Mom. New iPhone-a-file. Favorite thing: spending time with family.<br />stephenbiernacki<br />jennifermullen<br />twitter.com/halogoggles<br />
    • 4. session profile<br />social networking milieu<br />what’s different operationally<br />five ways to step it up<br />
    • 5. milieu<br />landscape, trends, characteristics<br />
    • 6. }<br />landscape<br />
    • 7. landscape<br />
    • 8. 2010 trending...<br />more and more social media policies<br />sharing ≠ email<br />organizations up use of social spaces<br />mobile feeds social addictions<br />more ability to control the stream<br />
    • 9. 2010 trending...<br />in the moment<br />location, location, location<br />augmented reality<br />content curation<br />clouds<br />convergence<br />mobile payments<br />privacy scarcity<br />
    • 10. social marketing<br />people most trust someone like themselves<br />conversation vs. sales pitch<br />casual, personal, indirect<br />
    • 11. social marketing<br />brand loyalty / equity<br />better customer data mining<br />feedback channel<br />increased enrollment / donations<br />
    • 12. organizationally<br />non-linear, long tail, subject based<br />
    • 13. pre-social media<br />communications style<br />target many to reach few<br />inverted funnel<br />pros<br />fewer mediums <br />less complex organization <br />easier tracking<br />cons<br />long lead times<br />quick obsolescence<br />costly<br />© 2010 Educational Marketing Group, Inc.<br />
    • 14. pre-social mediamanagement model<br />release<br />video<br />event<br />site<br />brochure<br />images<br />fb page<br />advertising<br />special events<br />news bureau<br />marketing<br />photography<br />publications<br />new media<br />web<br />video<br />
    • 15. communication styleorganization-based, linear, short-tail<br />
    • 16. communications style<br />target specific ones to reach many<br />relationship influences<br />pros<br />immediate communication<br />fresh subject matter<br />customer relationships<br />less costly<br />cons<br />many mediums<br />complex tracking<br />complex management<br />post-social media<br />facebook<br />social graph application<br />
    • 17. post-social mediamanagement model<br />new media<br />media relations<br />publication<br />website<br />content<br />event<br />© 2010 Educational Marketing Group, Inc.<br />advertising<br />
    • 18. communication stylerelationship-based, non-linear, long-tail<br />
    • 19. five<br />ways to step it up<br />
    • 20. be personal<br />
    • 21. zone play<br />
    • 22. converse<br />
    • 23. engage<br />
    • 24. diversify<br />
    • 25. thank you<br />recap cloud :: non-linear, long tail, no silos, content centered, be personal, play the zone, converse, engage, diversify <br />
    • 26. converse with us @<br />socially ::<br />brandmanagersnotebook.wordpress.com<br />twitter.com/EMGonline<br />youtube.com/EMGVideos<br />facebook.com<br />officially ::<br />303.743.8298<br />emgteam@emgonline.com<br />18690 E. Plaza Drive, Suite 101<br />Parker, CO 80134<br />emgonline.com<br />

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