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How to Engage an Audience

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A top level overview, hopefully with some best practice advice, on how to talk to your customers within social media spaces online.

A top level overview, hopefully with some best practice advice, on how to talk to your customers within social media spaces online.

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    • sequence
    • it supports the democratization of knowledge and information, transforming people from content consumers into
    • often when when we speak about social media we refer to it as a whole as if the phrase itself sums up one single channel
    • of course that’s far from the truth blogs & microblogs social bookmarking wikis widgets & apps forums & message boards podcasts & vlogs video/photo/presentation sharing virtual worlds & augmented reality
    • increasingly we also means this
    • and this
    • 33% of all uk internet users visited facebook in august 2009
    • social media is about people as marketers we need to stop viewing people as “consumers" or “users”
    • Hitesh Bhatt 2009
    • so what’s it good for? identifying key influencers supporting loyalty or CRM programs market research & competitor analysis customer support listening & monitoring what’s being said improve your search engine ranking engage your customers in a conversation
    • you cannot afford to be everywhere at once
    • you cannot ignore what is happening whilst your brand may not be involved your customers are and they’re talking about you
    • 62% of UK shoppers consult online communities before buying Quideo / YouGov, july 2008
    • 74% of people choose companies or brands based on customer service experiences shared online exploring the link between customer care and brand reputation, SNCR, april 2008
    • 93% of social media users think brands should be in social media business in social media study, opinion research corporation, september 2008
    • when tango entered the facebook app arena they received a 37% conversion rate business in social media study, opinion research corporation, september 2008
    • when coming up with a strategy why do you want to use social media how does it fit in with everything else you’re doing? would something else be better? how will you know when you have succeeded? what will your ROI be? will your ROI have a financial figure to it? how will I reward people who play with me?
    • important to remember these are just new tools business and marketing requirements must come first for a well planned social media strategy
    • no one exists on a single media island this is as true for your online activity as it is for your offline consumption
    • don’t restrict your social media activity to social media only reuse in other online spaces and take it offline when you can it’s valuable
    • social media looks good right now it’s free that means good value for money? so why not give it a try
    • be honest about who you are and add real value to the people you touch and the spaces you choose to frequent
    • don’t go for the hard sell and try to pull the wool over anyones eyes you will get caught
    • have a purpose to everything you do and facilitate the conversation rather than try to control it
    • remember that whilst the game may well have changed there is huge potential and if taken in the right way can lead to huge rewards for your brand and customers
    • thanks howard.scott@sequence.co.uk @howard_scott
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