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This is my presentation from the Figaro Digital even on Social Media, 28th July 2009....

This is my presentation from the Figaro Digital even on Social Media, 28th July 2009.

The presentation focussed solely on how any business or agency can improve the effectiveness of their Twitter interactions using a variety of tools and some simple rules.

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  • 1. Optimising your Twitter Strategy //Paul Fabretti //Social Media Strategist
  • 2. Twitter – phenomenal growth
  • 3. Twitter – phenomenal growth
  • 4.  
  • 5. What is it?
    • A quick and easy messaging tool which allows you to publish what you are doing to many people (followers)
    • Conversations are a maximum of 140 characters (like SMS)
    • Live conversations (streams)
  • 6. My followers and the people I'm following Number of posts (tweets) i’ve made Replies TO (@) me Private Messages TO me (DM) Twitter Search Current Hot “trending” Topics Post (tweet) entry box Friend id/avatar Their Tweet Their Tweet Replies to others and links
  • 7. What’s in it for business?
  • 8. Step 1: What’s our Twitter USP?
    • Why do we want to be on here?
    • What are we going to do on here?
    • Should we offer some kind of incentive?
      • Twitter-only special offer/discount
      • Instant customer-service
      • Competitions
      • Raise awareness
  • 9. Step 2 – On what and with whom should we engage?
    • Find - what people are talking about and who those people are
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  • 10. Step 2 – On what and with whom should we engage?
    • Find - what people are talking about and who those people are
    • Understand – the person and their followers and how valid a prospect they are
    F U
  • 11.
    • Find - what people are talking about and who those people are
    • Understand – the person and their followers and how valid a prospect they are
    • Create – a reason for being there and establish contact – add value
    Step 2 – On what and with whom should we engage? F U C
  • 12. Step 2 – On what and with whom should we engage?
    • Find - what people are talking about and who those people are
    • Understand – the person and their followers and how valid a prospect they are
    • Create – a reason for being there and establish contact – add value
    • Engage – develop a relationship. Use what makes them tick to get closer
    F U C E
  • 13. Step 3 - How might we spend our time?
    • TPH for keywords (tweets per hour)
      • Keyword 1: 12tph
      • Keyword 2: 5tph
      • Keyword 3: 5tph
      • General relevant topics: 10tph
    • 32tph potential relevant tweets per hour * 7hours = 224 tweets per day
    • Average tweet = 30 seconds. 224 tweets to respond to = c. 112 minutes per day = 10 hours per week = 40 hours per month * hourly rate...
  • 14. Step 4: Tone of Voice – how would we respond? @MatterNot: I’m sorry for that. Did you receive them broken? Can you DM me and I'll look into a replacement for you.
    • Friendly & helpful:
    @lau_rie: What a brilliant idea. I wonder if we could get more people rating films on Twitter? How about a # lovefilmrating maybe?
    • Engaging:
  • 15. Step 5: Branded backgrounds
  • 16. Step 5: Branded backgrounds
  • 17. Step 5: Branded backgrounds
  • 18. The Twitterverse
  • 19. Step 6 – Basic Twitter search
  • 20. Step 6.5 – Advanced Twitter search
  • 21. Step 7: Twist – Relevant topic trends
  • 22. Step 8 - Tweet Grid – multiple term monitoring
  • 23. Step 9 – Tweet Beep – Google Alerts for Twitter
  • 24. Step 10 - Twazzup – find influencers
  • 25. Step 10 - Twazzup – find influencers
  • 26. The power of the RT
    • RT or Re-Tweet is the catalyst for viral content on Twitter
    18,350 followers
  • 27. The power of the RT
    • RT or Re-Tweet is the catalyst for viral content on Twitter
    99,874 followers
  • 28. Step 11 - Twitter Friends – understand an influencer’s re-tweetability
  • 29. Step 11 - Twitter Friends – understand an influencer’s re-tweetability
  • 30. Step 12 - Twittersheep – understand an influencer’s audience
  • 31. Step 13 - Tweetstats – “When’s good for you?”
  • 32. Step 13 - Tweetstats – “When’s good for you?”
  • 33. Step 14 - Twitpic– making Twitter content more interesting
  • 34. Step 14 - Yfrog – making Twitter content more shareable
  • 35. Step 15 - Otherinbox – multiple account management
  • 36. Step 16 - Topify – Quick and easy follower handling
  • 37. Step 17 – bit.ly - URL-shorteners with stats
  • 38. Step 18a - Co-comment – manage your time better
  • 39. Step 18a - Co-comment – manage your time better
  • 40. Step 18a - Co-comment – manage your time better
  • 41. Step 18a - Co-comment – manage your time better
  • 42. Step 18b – Tweetdeck - manage your time better
  • 43. Tips for playing nicely
    • Tone has to be authentic and honest
    • Be conversational
    • Be respectful
    • Be engaging and add value
    • DO NOT SELL
  • 44.
    • Find - what people are talking about and who those people are
    • Understand – the person and their followers and how valid a prospect they are
    • Create – a reason for being there and establish contact – add value
    • Engage – develop a relationship. Use what makes them tick to get closer
    Tips for a more successful Twitter strategy F U C E
  • 45. Resources
    • Step 5: Branded backgrounds – Twitter Backgrounds
    • Step 6: Twitter Search
    • Step 7: Topic trends – Twist / Twitscoop
    • Step 8: Multiple topic monitoring – Tweetgrid
    • Step 9: Email topic alerts – Tweetbeep
    • Step 10: Tweet frequency, trending topics and influencers – Twazzup
    • Step 11: Follower audience profile – Twittersheep
    • Step 12: Follower profiling and engagement patterns – Twitter friends
    • Step 13: When is it best to approach them – Tweetstats
    • Step 14: Making images more viral – Twitpic / Yfrog
    • Step 15: Multiple account management – Otherinbox
    • Step 16: Easy follower management – Topify
    • Step 17: URL shorteners with analytics – bit.ly
    • Step 18: Account management/allocation – Co-Comment / Tweetdeck