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  • 1. The Future of PR Technology
  • 2. PR 2.0 PR 2.Oh my God !
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  • 5. Web 2.0 doesn't refer to a change in technical spec, but changes in the ways software developers and end-users use the Web
  • 6. Web 1.0 vs Web 2.0
    • Personal websites
    • DoubleClick
    • Screen scraping
    • Publishing
    • Stickiness
    • Directories (Taxonomy)
    • = Blogging
    • = Adsense
    • = Web services
    • = Participation
    • = Syndication
    • = Tagging (“Folksonomy”)
  • 7. So what is PR 2.0?
  • 8. Semantic web News aggregators Social bookmarks Social Networks Search optimised releases Social Media Release Blogs Buzz monitoring Podcasting Video sharing Photo sharing Live casting Virtual worlds User Generated Content Microblogging (Twitter)
  • 9. PR 1.0 is all about controlling the message and then broadcasting it PR 2.0 embraces transparency and encourages participation in networks and communities to spark conversations
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  • 13. Journalists use blogs
    • Over 75% of reporters see blogs as helpful in giving them story ideas, story angles and insight into the tone of an issue.
    • 70% of reporters check a blog list on a regular basis.
    • 21% of reporters spend over an hour per day reading blogs.
    • 57% of reporters read blogs at least two to three times a week.
    Source : Brodeur/Marketwire- Jan 2008
  • 14. Hurricanes and disasters
  • 15. Hurricane Katrina 2005 Traditional communication sources stalled American Red Cross started a blog 30-40 sec podcasts taken up by local radio Disaster pages placed on social sites ARC recruited volunteer bloggers
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  • 18. Twitter is a free micro-blogging service that allows users to send "tweets"; of up to 140 characters long to the Twitter website, via mobile phone (SMS), instant messaging, or a third-party application such as Twitterrific or Facebook .
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  • 20. Special Twitter-only offers directs followers to a web page www.delloutlet.com/twitter. The promotion will appear only for the offer time - typically until 11:59pm that evening. After that point, visitors are invited to become followers of Dell Outlet on Twitter.
  • 21. The God Delusion story Second Life
  • 22. Random House purchased an island on Second life Lunched Richard Dawkins – The God Delusion At first not much happened… But on the fourth day God arrived with a band of angels Six major national newspapers covered the story
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  • 26. Online discussions were analysed identifying key authorities and topics of conversation. Research highlighted specific customer demands: • A clearer contract • Satnav/GPS • Enhancements to the loyalty programme
  • 27. What happened next? A clearer contract Satellite Navigation Aston Martin loyalty incentive
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  • 29. Since launching its blog in January 2007, Avis’s approval rating has increased by 200% eclipsing that of Hertz, one of its main competitors. In a sector growing at 1% p.a. Avis UK is achieving growth of more than 10%.
  • 30. Mapping online conversations
  • 31. Gordon Brown and the budget
  • 32. Links to BBC website
  • 33. News aggregators
    • Web sites which aggregate news items in a single location for search and viewing
    • There are many aggregators e.g., Google news, Yahoo news, Topix.net
    • Because they aggregate news they will have access to more individual users than the individual content providers
    • News aggregators create links to web sites for improved search
    • News delivered to aggregators via RSS feeds
  • 34. Is your content getting through? Content User Aggregator Search Not Relevant
  • 35. The importance of Google Juice "Brands, or organisations or individuals have to be useful to people. If you're useful, you get attention in the form of links, which creates traffic which translates into Google juice. It's not about tricking search engines any more."
  • 36. Search optimised news release Metadata Rdf Metafiles, Semantic mark up, Technorati tags
      • News aggregators, technorati, blogs, social networks, social bookmarks, media sharing sites (flickr/youtube)
    Links Phraseology Brand is search. We need to own the phrase(s) Microformats hAtom, hCard, tags
  • 37. The semantic web Title: Widgets and API's Image: http://www.kmp.co.uk/image.jpg Text: With the growth of the Social Networking sites and the opening up of their API's to developers, there has been an explosion in the development of "widgets" - specific applications which appear on a site to deliver information, capture data or effect transactions from within the target networked community…. Semantic markup is probably the simplest way to create portable, machine-readable web content. A web page
  • 38. Non semantic content <font size=&quot;24px“ color=&quot;blue&quot;> Title </font> <br><br> <b> The first paragraph </b> <br><br> The second Paragraph The User Sees Title The first paragraph The second paragraph The Software Sees Title The first paragraph The second paragraph
  • 39. Semantic content <h1> Title </h1> <p id=“preamble”> The first paragraph </p> <p> The second paragraph </p> Title The first paragraph The second paragraph The User Sees Heading: Title Paragraph - “preamble”: The first paragraph Paragraph: The second paragraph The Software Sees
  • 40. KMP’s Digital Marketing Suite A range of web tools to get the job done
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  • 43. PressRoom A Social Media Release template
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    • A Social Media Release template
    • Allows you to write a search and semantic optimised news releases for distribution to news aggregators, social media, social bookmarks, technorati and via e mail
    • PR Agencies can run a stable of PressRooms for their clients
  • 45. Semantic and search optimised content
  • 46. Semantic and search optimised News Media sharing Company info Contacts info Archive news Downloads
  • 47. Semantic and search optimised News Media sharing Company info Contacts info Archive news Downloads RSS E mail Aggregators Social sites Bookmarks Technorati
  • 48. E mail targets Social links Social Bookmarks News aggregators Social Media Release Media sharing
  • 49. Social Media Release Email Person receives/finds release Person uses SMR content to start conversations PressRoom Search Engines / News Aggregators Social Media Spaces Tracking
  • 50. PR Agency secure login Username Password Makro Client 3 Press Room Manchester Airport Client 2 PressRoom Chester Zoo Client 1 Press Room
  • 51. Ackura PressRoom features
    • Secure login
    • Multiple client PressRooms facility
    • Pricing model based on monthly rental based on number of clients and number of media releases
    • Managed news aggregator feeds
    • Managed semantic content
    • Managed search optimisation
    • Service assistance with news optimisation, distribution, customised branding, etc
  • 52. Web 2.0 distribution tool for videos, podcasts and photos
  • 53. 1 x Video upload
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    • Secure login
    • Broadcast facility for videos, podcasts, photos
    • Pricing model based on monthly rental plus the number of video deployments
    • Analytics. Charts and reports on video tracking, video and publishing
    • Buzz tracking
    • Service assistance with video preparation, distribution, customised branding, etc
  • 60. PressRoom Demo A Social Media Release template