How to Play the Social Media Game<br />Presentation by: Micro Media Marketing<br />Presented by: John Carcutt<br />
Know the Game: Best Practices<br /><ul><li>Post at least Monday-Friday
Watch your FB/Twitter Pages throughout the day
Follow niche keywords and competitors
Direct traffic to your blog
Monitor replies/comments/posts
Respond in Real Time!</li></li></ul><li>Facebook vs. Twitter<br />Facebook Best Practices:<br /><ul><li>Keep daily Faceboo...
Tag other applicable Facebook pages in your posts</li></ul>Twitter Best Practices:<br /><ul><li>You can post multiple time...
Create posts unique to Twitter
Don’t link your Facebook and Twitter accounts</li></li></ul><li>Facebook Wall Posts vs. Tweets<br />254 char.<br />140 cha...
Rich Media: Images, Videos & Links<br />
Check out the Competition<br /><ul><li>Follow the company on LinkedIn
Connect with their Facebook page
Create a private list of competitors on Twitter
Subscribe to their blog through RSS</li></li></ul><li>Recruit Rabid Fans<br /><ul><li>Include links to your social media s...
Add buttons to your website linking to your social media accounts
Ask your personal network to connect—”Suggest to Friends” on Facebook
Publish useful content regularly
Build good karma: promote other industry thought leaders</li></li></ul><li>Don’t Get Penalized<br /><ul><li>Don’t automate...
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  • -When you automate your tags don’t post properly
  • What are the Four Differences between the two posts:1.-Turning Minds was tagged in the Facebook Post-In the Twitter post the company Turning Minds was not tagged because they don’t have a Twitter account; the company’s CEO was mentioned instead—make sure you tag correctly2.-The Facebook post is longer—280 characters before you run into “see more” 420 character max. limit—not including the link-Twitter post is 140 character limit including the link 3.-Facebook allows you to attach an image within the post-Only with the new Twitter can you preview images in the sidebar4. -Facebook has internal tracking abilities through “insights”-Twitter doesn’t…in this case hootsuite.com is used to track the link with Google Analytics
  • Rich media in Facebook makes the post stand out in the News StreamIt also enables the “Share” button that allows connections to easily share that content with their audience
  • In the new Twitter you can view videos/images/maps from geolocation apps in the sidebarFollowers spend more time interacting with your content
  • Ask questions and start conversation with your audience Follow along with community or hot topics online that you can comment onFocus on quality followers it’s better to have 500 relevant fans instead of 1000 random inactive fans
  • Always do a Follow Friday shout out to the people you have been interacting with throughout the weekGive context to the #FF tweet with themes ex. Best comedians to follow or Tech Geeks in NYMake sure to follow the people you interact with in follow fridays and mentions
  • You can follow events even if you’re on the other side of the country through hashtags.
  • Stephanie Lichtenstein - How to Play The Social Media Game -

    1. 1. How to Play the Social Media Game<br />Presentation by: Micro Media Marketing<br />Presented by: John Carcutt<br />
    2. 2. Know the Game: Best Practices<br /><ul><li>Post at least Monday-Friday
    3. 3. Watch your FB/Twitter Pages throughout the day
    4. 4. Follow niche keywords and competitors
    5. 5. Direct traffic to your blog
    6. 6. Monitor replies/comments/posts
    7. 7. Respond in Real Time!</li></li></ul><li>Facebook vs. Twitter<br />Facebook Best Practices:<br /><ul><li>Keep daily Facebook posts to a minimum
    8. 8. Tag other applicable Facebook pages in your posts</li></ul>Twitter Best Practices:<br /><ul><li>You can post multiple times a day
    9. 9. Create posts unique to Twitter
    10. 10. Don’t link your Facebook and Twitter accounts</li></li></ul><li>Facebook Wall Posts vs. Tweets<br />254 char.<br />140 char.<br />
    11. 11. Rich Media: Images, Videos & Links<br />
    12. 12.
    13. 13. Check out the Competition<br /><ul><li>Follow the company on LinkedIn
    14. 14. Connect with their Facebook page
    15. 15. Create a private list of competitors on Twitter
    16. 16. Subscribe to their blog through RSS</li></li></ul><li>Recruit Rabid Fans<br /><ul><li>Include links to your social media sites in your email signature and marketing materials
    17. 17. Add buttons to your website linking to your social media accounts
    18. 18. Ask your personal network to connect—”Suggest to Friends” on Facebook
    19. 19. Publish useful content regularly
    20. 20. Build good karma: promote other industry thought leaders</li></li></ul><li>Don’t Get Penalized<br /><ul><li>Don’t automate your post
    21. 21. Don’t hard sell
    22. 22. Don’t follow back only one person
    23. 23. Don’t just broadcast messages
    24. 24. Don’t worry about the numbers </li></li></ul><li>Have a Game Plan<br /><ul><li> Determine what social media platforms you want to engage on
    25. 25. Establish clear social media guidelines for your team
    26. 26. Use a consistent brand voice
    27. 27. Create an editorial calendar to plan content</li></li></ul><li>Weekly themed posts: EX. StickerGiant<br />
    28. 28. Shout Outs: Praise for Clients, Partners, Community and Employees<br />
    29. 29. #FollowFriday and Follow Back<br />
    30. 30. Educate Your Customers with Tips<br />
    31. 31. Entertain Engage & Inform with Videos<br />
    32. 32. Show your Community Involvement<br />
    33. 33. Show Your Company’s PERSONality<br />Flo, the Progressive Girl<br />StickerGiant founder John Fischer<br />
    34. 34. Equipment Round Up: Tools of the Trade<br /><ul><li>Google Analytics—tracking and metrics
    35. 35. Hootsuite/SocialOomph—manage across platforms
    36. 36. Custom Landing Tabs/Twitter Backgrounds—convert viewers to connections and followers
    37. 37. Facebook Insights—metrics for your Facebook page
    38. 38. HypertargetedFacebook Ads—gain fans for life</li></li></ul><li>Follow Us For More Tips<br /><ul><li> MicroMediaMarketing.com
    39. 39. Facebook.com/MicroMediaMarketing
    40. 40. Twitter.com/MicroMediaMktg
    41. 41. Twitter.com/JohnCarcutt
    42. 42. Twitter.com/MicroSteph</li></li></ul><li>Social Media Touchdown!Thanks for Playing,Any Questions?<br />
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