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Internet marketing for small businesses in the trade industry, specially commercial roofers. Presentation given at national sales conference for Duro Last in Orlando, Fl. Jan 2011.

Internet marketing for small businesses in the trade industry, specially commercial roofers. Presentation given at national sales conference for Duro Last in Orlando, Fl. Jan 2011.

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Internet Marketing for Roofing Industry-2011 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. E-Marketing and Social Media For Your Business
    Internet Marketing Tips that Roofers Can Implement Today
    Presented by:
    Hillary Bressler
    Founder, CEO
    .Com Marketing
    A Top 100 Interactive Agency Nationwide
    www.commarketing.com
     1.866.266.6584
  • 2. Dell made over $3 million in revenue through the Dell Outlet account on Twitter.
  • 3.
  • 4. It’s Okay To Be Confused
  • 5.
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  • 8.
  • 9. Years to Reach 50 Million Users
    • Radio- 38 Years
    • 10. TV- 13 Years
    • 11. Internet- 4 Years
    • 12. iPod- 3 Years
    • 13. Facebook adds 100 Million Users in 9 months
    “Did You Know”- Karl Fisch and Scott McLeod –Socialeconomics.com- July 30, 2009
  • 14. 78% of consumers trust peer recommendations
    Only 14% trust advertisements
    “Did You Know”- Karl Fisch and Scott McLeod –Socialeconomics.com- July 30, 2009
  • 15. The Fastest Growing
    Segment on Facebook is
    55-65 year old Females
    “Did You Know”- Karl Fisch and Scott McLeod –Socialeconomics.com- July 30, 2009
  • 16. Average user spends more than 55 minutes per day on Facebook
  • 17. 39%
    Of
    all
    mobile
    users
    have smartphones
  • 18. 80% of Twitter updates are on
    mobile devices.
    Imagine what that means for bad customer experiences.
    “Did You Know”- Karl Fisch and Scott McLeod –Socialeconomics.com- July 30, 2009
  • 19. Kim Kardashian gets $10k per tweet
  • 20.
  • 21. Social Media is about
    the relationships
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/sarcastickiss/2612302754/
  • 22. Define
    Your
    Social
    Media
    Strategy
  • 23. “People are communicating more over social networks and to stay relevant you have to be where your customers’ are.”
  • 24.
  • 25. What Can Social Media be Used For?
    Sales
    Brand Marketing
    Customer Service
    Promotions/Events
    Recruiting
    Public Relations
    Reputation Management
    Market Research
    Consumer Education
  • 26. Social Media marketing is 100% about establishing a relationship with customers,
    and less about selling.
    The sales will come to those that wait!
  • 27. Sprinkles Cupcakes
    Every day Sprinkles posts a word or phrase that a specified number of customers can use to get a free cupcake. They have 133,000 fans.
  • 28.
  • 29. Top Roofers on Twitter
  • 30. Twitter Exclusive Coupons
    Twitter-exclusive coupons for customers to print out and redeem at store.
    Twitter coupon campaigns brought
    in 68.60% of total
    dollar sales.
  • 31. Tracking Sales
    Specific codes for each coupon are entered into the point of sale cash registers at tasti locations to enable the tracking of coupon conversions and the resulting sales.
  • 32.
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  • 36. Customer Service
  • 37.
  • 38. Frank Eliason
    Comcast’s Twitter Man
    “I think it's safe to call Comcast's
    Frank Eliason the most famous
    customer service manager
    in the U.S., possibly in the world.”
    • Business Week Jan 2009
  • 39.
  • 40. File
  • 41.
  • 42. Negative Effects on United from Social Media
    Over 8.5 million views
    Stock prices dip 10% resulting in $180 million
    Appeared on ABC’s The View
    Time Magazine’s Top Viral Video’s of 2009
    2 more videos to be produced
    As of 5/29/10
  • 43.
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  • 46. Positive of Social Media
    Budget of $50 to start
    Over 134 million views
    700% increase in sales
    As of 5/29/10
  • 47.
  • 48. Example of Web Video of Roofing Company
  • 49. Using Linked In for
    Business to Business
  • 50. Company Profile
    Improve your
    Company
    Profile page
  • 51. Join Industry Groups
  • 52. Linked In Groups
  • 53.
  • 54. Social Media Challenges
    It should not be done instead of proven fundamentals ( SEO, Well Designed Websites)
    It is not “free”
    It is difficult to monetize
  • 55. Social Media Tips
    Register all Names
    namechk.com
  • 56. Find a focus and identify the goals
    Create relevant content
    Become an indispensable source of information
    Social Media Tips
  • 57. Jump in and familiarize yourself in using social networking, even if you have to do it first in your personal life.
    Get the support and buy-in of everyone in the company
    Social Media Tips
  • 58. Take time to understand your customers: what communication style works best
    Start slowly, listen and take small steps: take the time to understand each social network
    Take chances: test new initiatives, content, conversation starters and offers
    Social Media Tips
  • 59.
  • 60. Dealing with Bad Reviews
  • 61. Dealing with complaints
    Address negative comments very quickly.
    Have a process in place to resolve the issue directly.
    The company should respond once in public, and if the person stays negative, they switch to DM and then to email or phone if needed.
    It is a chance to turn someone into an ambassador of the brand.
  • 62. This customer was one out of many great reviews. Leaving bad reviews up there makes this review page much more real and authentic. This is a good example of how a company responded to show they care.
  • 63. Facebook Tips To Drive Fans
    http://www.facebook.com/facebook-widgets/
  • 64. Crandon, Wisconsin which has a population of 1,961 people now has 1,500 fans on their Facebook page.
  • 65. Simple offline marketing to drive fans by giving benefits to join.
  • 66. This is my email signature. Have every employee put an email signature that promotes your social media pages.
  • 67. How To Make A Facebook Vanity URL
    www.facebook.com/#!/Commarketing?ref=ts
    www.facebook.com/commarketing
    www.facebook.com/username
  • 68. Email Marketing
  • 69. Not news that marketers increasing focus on social and mobile—but email, too
  • 70. Top Three Reasons for Email Marketing
    1.) 91% of the online population uses email, most everyday.
    2.) Email usage is consistent across age groups with the lowest penetration among the very young (12-17 years) and very old (73+)
  • 71. 3.) 67% of adults in North America say they prefer e-mail for business communications and 47% of permission email recipients made a purchase in the past year because of it.
  • 72. Email marketing has one of the highest ROIs of any tactic, compare:
    • E-mail ROI per $1 US spent: $51.45
    • 73. Print catalogs: $7.20
    • 74. Non-E-mail Internet marketing: $21.08
  • 75. Opt-in email creates higher customer engagement than social or mobile alone—but together…
  • 76. Tip: Sign Up
  • 77. Types of Email
    Newsletter
    Promotional
  • 78. Types of Email
    Coupon
    Welcome/Thank You
  • 79. Types of Email
    Event/Social
    Holiday
  • 80. Best Practices
  • 81.
  • 82.
  • 83. 44% of respondents view emails in the preview pane; 80% use the bottom or side view.
  • 84. Delivery rates – average 94.1%
    Open rates – 22.1%
    Click through rates – 6.1%
    Q1 2009 data
  • 85.
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  • 87.
  • 88. What People Want
    • Typically money in some form (discount, free, deals)
    • 89. Inside info, news, previews, access (feel special)
    • 90. B2B content: case studies, white papers, webinars (cover topics target audience most interested in)
    • 91. Direct communication with a company decision-maker
  • 11% of users check email on
    a mobile device
  • 92. E-Marketer Opportunities
    Test your email sends; 27% do.
    Things to test include: subject lines, calls to action, design, timing, day of week, time of day.
    Best time of day is mid-day or start of day; best day of week is Tuesday.
  • 93. E-Marketer Opportunities
    Data shows that shorter subject lines generate higher open rates.
  • 94. Email Service Providers
    Constant Contact
    Mail Chimp
  • 95. Expected Costs
    Website- $3,000-$25,000
    Mobile Site- $2,000- $50,000
    Social Media Strategy- $2,500- $10,000
    SEO- $2,000- $4,000/month
    Pay Per Click- 20% of spend
    Universal Listing- $500
    Email Design- $800- $1,500
  • 96.
  • 97.
  • 98. “ Squeeze out every click from the search engines before you move on to anything else.”
    -Hillary Bressler- CEO/Founder of .Com Marketing
    92
    Rule of Thumb
  • 99. 93
    Search Dominance!
  • 100. Top Keywords
  • 101. Roofing Contractor
  • 102. Dominating your brand
    and having control of
    each posting
    is the true
    SEO + SMO = Amplified Rankings
    I dominate and control my “Personal brand”….that is easy, as there are only 3 Hillary Bressler’s in the USA.
  • 103. Target Corporation dominates their
    brand for a keyword that
    has many different
    meanings.
    97
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  • 113. Top 3 Citation Sites
    www.insiderpages.com
    www.superpages.com
    www.yelp.com
    • Angie’s List
    Judy’s Book
  • 114. Hillary Bressler
    CEO/Founder of .Com Marketing
    Email: bressler@commarketing.com
    Web: www.commarketing.com
    Phone: 407.774.4604 ext 203
    @commarketing
    @hillarybressler
    Find My Presentation Today!
    www.slideshare.net/hillarybressler