Social MediaWhy does my small business ornon-profit need to participate?
Social Media is Today’sTraditional Marketing Method     Twitter                                            And ALL FREE - ...
Where do I start?Email Marketing is the Hub for all your activity.       Social Media is the fastest way to grow        yo...
INTEGRATION – Share your emailcampaigns and build your listwhere you connect!Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media M...
Constant Contact  Email Campaigns     Event marketing                   Surveys           Total Social Media Integration  ...
Twitter– real time messaging    One of the quickest ways to get a message out to people    who may be interested in your a...
Twitter ROI     Twitter is a great way to get     real-time feedback from your     customers and to discover what     peop...
The “Timeline” (or the Twitter feed) is public, which can help to give     your business or organization greater exposure ...
LinkedIn                                                        LinkedIn is most popular with a                           ...
Facebook     Facebook is the largest of the social networks, with more than     500 million active users.     Facebook has...
Small businesses and non-profits are encouraged to create a Facebook     Page rather than personal profile. A Facebook Page...
YouTube     YouTube is the most popular video hosting and sharing     platform. YouTube makes it easy for your video to go...
Why is Social Media soeffective?Because it creates Word-of-Mouth Marketing far more powerful than any TV or print media.Wh...
Watch and learnClick on this link or paste in your browser to watch this   amazing video on “Social Media for Business”:  ...
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  1. 1. Social MediaWhy does my small business ornon-profit need to participate?
  2. 2. Social Media is Today’sTraditional Marketing Method Twitter And ALL FREE - minus Facebook the time invested… LinkedIn YouTube Rule of Thumb: Apply 25% of your current marketing budget to Google+ Social Media implementation Foursquare and maintenance. …and moreWhitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  3. 3. Where do I start?Email Marketing is the Hub for all your activity. Social Media is the fastest way to grow your contact list and distribute your messaging.Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  4. 4. INTEGRATION – Share your emailcampaigns and build your listwhere you connect!Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  5. 5. Constant Contact Email Campaigns Event marketing Surveys Total Social Media Integration Minimal fees for a BIG ROIWhitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  6. 6. Twitter– real time messaging One of the quickest ways to get a message out to people who may be interested in your activities, ideas, products, services, or events. Use Twitter to get real-time feedback from customers, members, and event attendees. Like Facebook posts, users can share your tweet with the simple click of a button. This is called a “retweet,” and it’s the feature that makes Twitter such a great word-of-mouth platform that can help your message reach an entirely new group of prospective customers.Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  7. 7. Twitter ROI Twitter is a great way to get real-time feedback from your customers and to discover what people are saying about you, your competition, industry, or any keyword that is relevant to you. You can see what people are saying about any topic in real time using Twitter’s search tools (http://search.twitter.com)Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  8. 8. The “Timeline” (or the Twitter feed) is public, which can help to give your business or organization greater exposure in web search results. The site is like a public forum, so it’s easy to build a community of potential customers you don’t personally know. There is a quick way to share links to content to help spread your message to a wide audience. Users are very vocal, so if they are happy with your business or organization, they’ll say so.Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  9. 9. LinkedIn LinkedIn is most popular with a business-to-business audience, rather than a business-to-consumer audience. Answering questions in your area of expertise is a great way to establish you and your business or organization as an expert. LinkedIn is highly recommended for promoting a business-to-business event or communication since it is a professionally-oriented networkWhitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  10. 10. Facebook Facebook is the largest of the social networks, with more than 500 million active users. Facebook has become a favorite destination because of its easy-to-use interface and interactive features. It’s the most multimedia-friendly of the big three networks as members can post text, pictures, audio, and video, and can share their location too. Facebook has also become an incredibly powerful platform for businesses and organizations to build community, engage with prospects, and encourage customers and members to spread your message to a larger network.Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  11. 11. Small businesses and non-profits are encouraged to create a Facebook Page rather than personal profile. A Facebook Page provides an information hub that users can choose to “Like.” Liking a Facebook Page is not too different from subscribing to a newsletter. Facebook users will Like a Page to stay updated on events, promotions, and news, or to simply show their appreciation or endorsement. A big advantage to creating a Facebook Page is that you do not have to accept requests for connections; any Facebook user can choose to Like your page. When someone Likes your Page, anything you post to your Facebook Page will show up in their newsfeed. This is how the network effect kicks in. If you post something that your fans like, they will share it with their Friends, who may very well decide to connect with you too. Finally, Facebook Pages are public-facing, meaning they can get picked up in search engines and give you and your organization and its website even more exposure.Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  12. 12. YouTube YouTube is the most popular video hosting and sharing platform. YouTube makes it easy for your video to go viral through its categorization, search engine, and external sharing tools. You can host a video on YouTube for free. YouTube is an easy way to share video content with a wide audience without having to pay for bandwidth or hosting. The site also makes it easy for anyone to view and share your video on your website, Facebook, Twitter, Constant Contact, email, and more with a single click.Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  13. 13. Why is Social Media soeffective?Because it creates Word-of-Mouth Marketing far more powerful than any TV or print media.Whitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  14. 14. Watch and learnClick on this link or paste in your browser to watch this amazing video on “Social Media for Business”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w50sbcOuUUA&feature=relatedWhitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com
  15. 15. Contact me for moreinformation…Hania WhitfieldHania.Whitfield@gmail.comP.O. Box 862127Marietta, GA 30062404.295.7755 (c)678.585.9671 (f)Follow me on: https://twitter.com/#!/bizcommunicator https://www.facebook.com/WhitfieldConsulting http://www.linkedin.com/in/haniawhitfieldClick here for FREE 60 day Constant Contact Trial:http://www.constantcontact.com/index.jsp?pn=bizcommunicatorWhitfield Consulting - Email & Social Media Marketing 2011Hania.Whitfield@gmail.com

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