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  • Assist businesses with such services as cooperative retail locations, advertising, press, an online promotion and sales
  • Google’s algorithm takes in a slew of aspects for SEO, but new and diverse content is something it loves. For instance, a blog, a video and a web site. So using social media is a great way to increase content on a milti-daily basis. Having the exact same content isn’t always key for pages and sites that are pretty stagnant, but for things like Twitter and FB it is okay b/c it is trying to search billions of pages a day and it can’t actually keep up with what the post is.
  • How much time do we spend on social networking? Inquire about their use of social networking sites. Twitter Facebook MySpace LinkedIn Flickr Blog – wordpress, blogspot
  • How many of you have used a hashtag before? I assume that most of you have your phone set up and have tweeted from your phone. Use the hashtag #g&SMC to ask questions throughout the presentation. If possible, I will incorporate the answers as I go along. Otherwise, I will come back and answer them at the end as well as taking question “traditional” style. Hashtags are a community-driven convention for adding additional context and metadata to your tweets. They're like tags on Flickr, only added inline to your post. You create a hashtag simply by prefixing a word with a hash symbol: #hashtag. Hashtags were developed as a means to create "groupings" on Twitter, without having to change the basic service.
  • CoTweet is how business does Twitter. CoTweet allows multiple people to communicate through corporate Twitter accounts and stay in sync while doing so. No dropped balls, no stepping on each other's toes. With CoTweet, you can: Engage people throughout your company — Share the job of being on duty. Tap the collective wisdom of people across functional areas like marketing, PR and customer service. Assign tasks and track follow-ups. Focus on the conversations that matter — Know when you need to jump in. Track your exchanges through simple case management. Schedule updates to make company announcements. Keep your brand human — Automatically include signatures in your updates to identify who's talking and keep conversations personal.
  • You need to decide what works best for you. We used to do FB to twitter, but realized that most times we exceeded the 140 characters for twitter…so people always had to click to FB for more info…and that was annoying. You can customize it too. So many people read our blog directly on FB that we didn’t want to take that away, but we didn’t want it to double post. So, we customized our twitter feed to only feed when we have #FB our symbol in it.
  • Quick and inexpensive ads – how many of you have actually clicked on an ad? Are you more apt to click on a local ad or an obviously corporate ad?
  • Database driven eCommerce – install on your own server with your own domain – specially geared toward handmade products such as jewelry, textiles, crafts, etc
  • Updating any site regularly means fresh content which is what the search engines thrive on. If you are blogging correctly, you’ll update information or add posts at least once or twice a week. It’s an easy way for people to link to you. Blog stories can be pulling in web sites upon request, creating more reciprocal links. It’s a great way to add a personal touch to your business. Let readers learn more about you and your product or service, creating trust. Get a FREE blog at Blogger.com
  • Free to feed your blog RSS into your Facebook page. Write articles that will relate not just to your business, but to your type of product and industry as well.
  • Transcript

    • 1. Social Marketing Quick Tips Getting Social with Your Business
    • 2. About GROW Nebraska
      • Started in 1998 as a marketing cooperative to assist small businesses throughout Nebraska
      • Goal is to create promotion and awareness of Nebraska products and services regionally and nationally
    • 3. GROW Nebraska Strategies- Create value services
      • Goal – Put $$$ in the pockets of Entrepreneurs/Businesses and create enterprise income for GROW Nebraska
    • 4. What’s Your Goal???
      • Connect for social activity
      • Brand Awareness
      • Sell product/services
      • TO BE SEEN
    • 5. CONTENT! CONTENT! CONTENT!
    • 6. Social Networking = Full-Time Job? How many hours a day are you social?
    • 7. Quick Tips
    • 8. Twitter
      • Hashtags
      • #G&SMC
        • For today’s event
      • #growne
        • For social marketing posts and questions
    • 9. CoTweet
      • Multiple Tweeters
      • Schedule Tweets in Advance
      • Track Updates
      • Track Responses
      • Create Assignments
    • 10. CoTweet
    • 11. One Post Multiple Groups
    • 12. Facebook
      • Target Advertising
      • Quick Polls
      • Share Option
    • 13. Blogging
      • Blogging is an excellent way to add content
      • Different format than most SNS
      • Automatically import to SNS
    • 14. Reading Pattern Shorter messages = faster + equally efficient
    • 15. GROW Blog: A Case Study
      • Launched in late June 2008
      • Approximately 3 blogs written per week by various staff members
      • Our blog is read 90% of the time on Facebook and Twitter
      • Automatically feeds into both
      Our promotion? A link on our homepage and Facebook – that’s it! The search engines are doing the rest. It’s easy promotion for your business.
    • 16. Learn More
      • Learn more about GROW Nebraska online at www.grownebraska.org or visit our booth.
      • Send any questions to info@grownebraska.org or call us toll-free at 888.GROW.NEB.
      • Tweet any social media questions and include the #growne hashtag.
      Thank You!

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