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Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?
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Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ?

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Observations concrètes et pratiques sur les réseaux sociaux et le Digital Business.

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  • I suppose I would describe my self as a child and product of the digital age. One of my first jobs was working for the first Australian personal computer company in 1985 that sold the first IBM personal computer. Ten years later I remember firing up my PC and connecting to the internet with a very slow modem and hooked into the web using one of the first search engines “ Alta Vista ”
  • 1. Life has become more complicated. In the past it was simpler as we only had one brand to create and maintain. You real world and offline brand. You got up in the morning and showered , shaved, put on your makeup, did your hair, put on your clothes and you were ready for the world. 2. Today we have another brand to maintain, nourish and prepare. We check our emails, logon to our Facebook page, review our Twitter updates, see what Blog posts are resonating and review and approve the comments. We want to know how many friend requests we have, what out family and friends and colleagues are doing online. Others will be checking how many hits have happened over night to the YouTube channel, LinkedIn connection invites and if you are on slideshare how many have downloaded or viewed your presentations. As they say “its complicated” 3. My digital brand life was born over 4 years ago when I logged onto Facebook for the first time in 2008. And saw dozens of old friends and colleagues from decades past emerge on my screen. It was like magic and it was easy. Grandfather mobile story This reminds me of a quote from Arthur C Clarke the science fiction writer of Space Odyssey 2001 fame. He said that any mature technology is indistinguishable from magic. 4. 6 months later I created a Twitter account and found it rather quirky, amusing and didn’t really know what to do with it and for the next few months I just sent the occasional tweet to a few friends and strangers around the world. 5. A few months after that In March, 2009 I started my blog after being inspired by David Meerman Scott and his book the “The New Rules of marketing and PR”, Hubspot (an online blog and company online marketing platform based upon content marketing) A book by Time Ferriss “The 4 Hour Work Week” which gave insights into creating a digital life. 6. My Blog story Twitter – from random to focused and also automated Email Facebook Slideshare LinkedIn YouTube The blog is my home base and hub and my social networks are my outposts and ambassadors
  • We have a fast changing world but the challenge is that humans are slow to change and our thinking and habits are still trapped in traditional habitual thinking and customs. A lot of senior managers are still acting as if we are in a industrial and traditional mass media economy, The “ Big Gap ” between how we read and consume our information and the way we market and advertise. Radio took 38 years to reach 50 million users TV took 13 years Internet took 4 years iPod took 3 years Facebook added over 200 million users in less than one
  • Patrick Story – Car suspension part shipped from London to Sydney saving 40% Your competition is not just in your suburb, city or country. They are in Germany, Japan or China
  • These digital economy black swan events are both an opportunity and a challenge Some businesses will thrive Others will die The question is which will you be?
  • Some sectors are under more pressure and change than others Digital Photography Publishing Music Industry Newspapers
  • How does your Business stand out in a Crowded Digital Ocean of 500 million plus websites? This digital economy also raises some questions.
  • We live in an age of “ Big Data “ ..which means there is more data than ever before. In one day we create 1.5 billion pieces of content, 200 million tweets and 2 million videos. Trying to make sense of the mountains and oceans of data that are now part of our knowledge world due to computers, mobiles and the web is a daily challenge. The challenge is what to
  • Consuming and organising all this information is one of the challenges of a modern knowledge world in which we live Do we book mark it File it on our laptop Do you punch the reference into your notes function of your iPhone or iPad Do you grab a pen and jot it down on your beloved Moleskine notepad? So
  • It is no longer just about building a website and hoping to be found amongst all that noise and clutter, It is not as simple as that anymore! You need to start changing your thinking and paradigm about the importance of web presence and start thinking about the making it a priority to build and establish your online assets. Analogy Business will spend 100,000 on a reception area that may only get 100 visitors a day while your website may have a 1,000 or more. Yet CEO ’ s will agonise over investing properly in their website. It is time to change your thinking about the importance of your digital assets when we are increasingly working and buying in a digital economy.
  • 1. Have a Winning Website There are 3 Main Types of websites • Business website Blogs • E-Commerce website They are your online digital front door that you own and control, more people visit your digital property than your reception or office • So invest appropriately • Treat it as important as your physical assets • Building an online digital asset is not a zero sum game – the sooner you start and optimise the further ahead of the competition you will be as you continue to create content that brings people back to your website and Google pushes further up the rankings • Websites should not be set and forget – it is an active environment that requires constant and persistent updating • It informs and educates while you sleep that a salesperson cannot do.
  • Key Elements Great design – It ’ s not just how it looks! Steve Jobs when interviewed by “ Wired ” magazine in 1997, said that intuitive and usable design goes much deeper than how it looks, it is how it works! - you really need to to “ Grok ” it. To intuitively understand and to empathise with your users and your target audience 2. Calls to action to capture those important leads 3. Integrated to your companies CRM or email database 4. Designed and developed for search engines 5. Socialised – built for sharing and subscribing to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ 6. Create an interactive blog as part of your website – It needs to move from static to interactive allow comments and feedback. To provide a platform for engagement. 7. Write and develop content that is addictive, liquid and linked 8. Publish high impact images and multimedia that brings your viewers back and compels them to share with their friends and colleagues
  • Anything created and uploaded to a website and published to your outposts. Content Marketing is about creating compelling contagious content and sharing it freely on social networks and blogs. create “ Ideas ” so contagious that they cannot be controlled this is what is called “ liquid content ” . Coca Cola Strategy story People can create more conversations about your brand online than you can ever hope to achieve
  • Create Multi-Media to reach everyone
  • Create strong visual content to power the sharing of your website and social network content There are many emerging signs Facebook has just spent $1 billion acquiring Instagram. Pinterest according to Experian is now the 3 rd biggest social network in the US
  • Now by social I mean that you should make it easy for people to engage with your content Share it Subscribe to it Comment about it Many sites do not make it easy for people to share. Sharing buttons take two clicks don ’ t make it hard.
  • Online retail and online commerce is growing fast all around the world. It is challenging the traditional bricks and mortar stores. Ecommerce stats Global Ecommerce sales will reach $963 billion by 2013, growing at an annual rate of 19.4%, Japan with 3% of all retail sales and China at 4% lag the USA at 11% of online sales Predictions for online retail as a percentage of overall retail by 2020 predicts Goldman Sachs in JP Morgan ’ s annual Nothing But Net: 2011 Internet Investment Guide on digital commerce. Consideration must be given to making it easy for customers to buy your products at your physical store, your online store and other ecommerce distribution outlets such as Ebay. It is about Omni commerce, having your products everywhere It is about making it easy for your customers to buy no matter where they are and no matter what digital device they are using.
  • Driving with a project manager to a meeting and asked him what he was doing and he was buying a t-shirt form ebay! Make it easy for people to buy in their diwntime..
  • What are the key elements for a successful online store Top three Provide discounts and incentives Make it trusted Optimise it for SEO 1. Build it on a robust technology platform that you can easily update and control yourself 2. Intuitive design it so you don ’ t make people think 3. Make it easy for people to check out – each page you make customers click through to you lose 15% 4. Create Trust – credibility through awards and obvious security features 5. Offer a choice of widely accepted payment methods 6. Provide discounts and incentives 7. Personalize it – eg Amazon. Registering as a guest using Facebook connect allows your visit to personalized 8. Make it social – allow reviews and sharing
  • The growth of the social networks over the last few years has been matched by the mobile internet with smart phones sales approaching nearly 500 million units in 2011. The synergy that these 2 fast tracking trends provide is changing how we work and play. So what are some statistics worth noting? • The smart phone sales were up over 63% in 2011 from 2010 (488.5 million) • 5.9 billion people now use mobile phones globally • Over 300,000 apps have been developed in the past 3 years and downloaded more than 10.9 Billion times • 77% use mobile phones for search • Social networking accounted for 50% of all page views on mobile phones in 2011 • Facebook mobile users quadrupled in 2 years from 50 million to 200 million • There are 200 million mobile video playbacks from YouTube every day • There are 1.2 billion internet connected smart phones • In the US 50% of the population with a phone now has an internet connected smart phone The upside for mobile commerce and smart phone growth is enormous as all mobile phones will eventually become internet connected. On current numbers that means that 4.7 billion smart phones are yet to be sold and connected! Is your business ready for the mobile web? I don ’ t know about you but if you walk the street, ride a bus or a train have a look at what people are doing. They are checking their smart phone or tablet. People commuting to work or watching TV at home are browsing on the mobile devices. Checking their Facebook or even buying products from Ebay or an online store. Smart phones and Tablets - use elements from Trends presentation • Apps for your online store • Website that can be viewed on the major mobile platforms, Android and iPhone Sony has released an internet-linked wristwatch powered by Google-backed Android software. SmartWatch gets online by connecting wirelessly to a wearer's Android smartphone using Bluetooth technology, according to Sony. The high-tech timepiece reminiscent of one worn by classic comic strip detective Dick Tracy was priced at $US150, available online and at Sony stores. Advertisement: Story continues below "SmartWatch provides access to live content and entertainment on the go," said Sony Mobile Communications customer unit president Paul Hamnett, who billed it as the first in a series of gadgets to "expand the smartphone's reach." SmartWatch can switch from displaying time to acting as a touchscreen interface for smartphone information. Vibrations or alerts flashed on the 1.3-inch (3.3-centimeter) screen can signal incoming calls and wearers can glance at their wrists to peruse email or text messages as well as Facebook or Twitter updates by friends. Mini-applications tailored to add features to SmartWatch devices were available at the Google Play online shop, according to Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/hometech/sony-unveils-dick-tracy-android-wristwatch-20120413-1wx8f.html#ixzz1rtLqg4GF
  • You own your website and online store but you also need to consider that we also are on a social web. So securing your presence and designing and branding your business on the major social networks is absolutely key. Hub and Spoke diagram • Facebook • Twitter • YouTube • Slideshare • LinkedIn
  • You own your website and online store but you also need to consider that we also are on a social web. So securing your presence and designing and branding your business on the major social networks is absolutely key. Hub and Spoke diagram • Facebook • Twitter • YouTube • Slideshare • LinkedIn
  • You own your website and online store but you also need to consider that we also are on a social web. So securing your presence and designing and branding your business on the major social networks is absolutely key. Hub and Spoke diagram • Facebook • Twitter • YouTube • Slideshare • LinkedIn
  • So you have built a great website that can be viewed on Mobiles and tablets, your signed up and have a presence on Facebook so you can sit back and relax. Think again – the real work now begins!
  • The 2 foundational elements Create a wining digital marketing strategy. This starts with a strategic approach not just tactics. Create a clear vision Know who your audience is Know what your goals are Create tactics to achieve those goals Persist and be patient 2. It also requires the foundation of creating liquid and linked content that is published everywhere and in a variety of media formats Articles, images and videos. We all consume information differently so provide content in a variety of multimedia formats that communicates to as many people as possible It is about spreading your brand and being found everywhere. – be ubiquitous!
  • Business often does not give enough priority to being found by search engines. Some Facts • Up to 90% of purchasing decisions start with an online search. • Organic online clicks account for 75% of all click throughs to websites • 25% of all clicks are paid eg Google Adwords. How important is it to be at the top of Google ’ s search results? • Ranking first on Google gets over 40% of all clicks • Ranking second receives just over 11% - coming second has distinct disadvantages – only ¼ of all clicks compared to first ranking • 90% of all clicks occur from first page of search results 2 Keys for Optimizing your Websites for Search Engines 1. Onsite SEO – Designing and developing your website so that Google ’ s crawlers can find the keywords and phrases that people will use to finfd you 2. Off site SEO – Core activities here is “ Link building ” (this is where you get other websites to link to your website. The more important the website that links to you the greater value Google places on your website and pushes your site up the rankings. Links http://www.jeffbullas.com/2010/07/14/10-facts-reveal-the-importance-of-ranking-high-in-google/
  • Business often does not give enough priority to being found by search engines. Some Facts Up to 90% of purchasing decisions start with an online search. Organic online clicks account for 75% of all click throughs to websites 25% of all clicks are paid eg Google Adwords. How important is it to be at the top of Google ’ s search results? • Ranking first on Google gets over 40% of all clicks • Ranking second receives just over 11% - coming second has distinct disadvantages – only ¼ of all clicks compared to first ranking • 90% of all clicks occur from first page of search results 2 Keys for Optimizing your Websites for Search Engines 1. Onsite SEO – Designing and developing your website so that Google ’ s crawlers can find the keywords and phrases that people will use to finfd you 2. Off site SEO – Core activities here is “ Link building ” (this is where you get other websites to link to your website. The more important the website that links to you the greater value Google places on your website and pushes your site up the rankings. Links http://www.jeffbullas.com/2010/07/14/10-facts-reveal-the-importance-of-ranking-high-in-google/
  • Business often does not give enough priority to being found by search engines. Some Facts Up to 90% of purchasing decisions start with an online search. Organic online clicks account for 75% of all click throughs to websites 25% of all clicks are paid eg Google Adwords. How important is it to be at the top of Google ’ s search results? Ranking first on Google gets over 40% of all clicks Ranking second receives just over 11% - coming second has distinct disadvantages – only ¼ of all clicks compared to first ranking 90% of all clicks occur from first page of search results 2 Keys for Optimizing your Websites for Search Engines 1. Onsite SEO – Designing and developing your website so that Google ’ s crawlers can find the keywords and phrases that people will use to finfd you 2. Off site SEO – Core activities here is “ Link building ” (this is where you get other websites to link to your website. The more important the website that links to you the greater value Google places on your website and pushes your site up the rankings. Links http://www.jeffbullas.com/2010/07/14/10-facts-reveal-the-importance-of-ranking-high-in-google/
  • Exact Target If there ’ s one flashing headline from our 2012 Channel Preference Survey, it ’ s that email is the channel consumers prefer over all others when it comes to a broad range of direct marketing communications. Consider that email is: • The most used channel for written, personal communications (45%) • Checked daily by more users than any other channel (91%) • The preferred channel for permission-based marketing communications (77%) • The direct channel that influences the most purchases (66%) • The preferred channel for financial (52%) and travel (43%) alerts • Preferred even by teens over all other direct channels for permission-based, marketing communications (66%) Email owes much of its success to its versatility. No other channel at present can deliver the broad range of messages—from promotions and newsletters to receipts and alerts—in a format that provides privacy and familiarity. Neither does any other direct channel command email ’ s near universal adoption. In an age of ever-changing social interfaces, there ’ s something to be said about email ’ s simple, nearly unchanging inbox format that trains users to check each and every message—even on a smartphone. If email has an Achilles ’ heel, it may be that it ’ s not flashy enough in today ’ s social-centric world to generate marketing headlines. Rest assured, however, when properly leveraged with the right mix of permission, customer data, and actionable intelligence, the ROI of email will make headlines within your marketing department.
  • Exact Target Study carried out this study in January and February of 2012 and included 1,481 respondnets http://resources.exacttarget.com/rs/exacttarget/images/SFF14_The2012ChannelPreferenceSurvey_WEB.pdf?mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRonvK7LZKXonjHpfsX76eorXqeg38431UFwdcjKPmjr1YIBTsF0dvycMRAVFZl5nQlAG%2BOBaIFS%2FfBJ If there ’ s one flashing headline from our 2012 Channel Preference Survey, it ’ s that email is the channel consumers prefer over all others when it comes to a broad range of direct marketing communications. Consider that email is: • The most used channel for written, personal communications (45%) • Checked daily by more users than any other channel (91%) • The preferred channel for permission-based marketing communications (77%) • The direct channel that influences the most purchases (66%) • The preferred channel for financial (52%) and travel (43%) alerts • Preferred even by teens over all other direct channels for permission-based, marketing communications (66%) Email owes much of its success to its versatility. No other channel at present can deliver the broad range of messages—from promotions and newsletters to receipts and alerts—in a format that provides privacy and familiarity. Neither does any other direct channel command email ’ s near universal adoption. In an age of ever-changing social interfaces, there ’ s something to be said about email ’ s simple, nearly unchanging inbox format that trains users to check each and every message—even on a smartphone. If email has an Achilles ’ heel, it may be that it ’ s not flashy enough in today ’ s social-centric world to generate marketing headlines. Rest assured, however, when properly leveraged with the right mix of permission, customer data, and actionable intelligence, the ROI of email will make headlines within your marketing department.
  • Lebanon and Social Media • Facebook is the most visited site with 28.8 % of all time spent online • Nearly 90% of the Turkish population consumed online video watching 144 videos and spending 14.8 hours per month • 16.6 % of adults in Lebanon use Twitter This the biggest change to the web since the invention of the search engine . There have been 3 basic phases to the web since 1990 1. Portals – Yahoo – mid 1990 ’ s 2. Search Engines – Late 1990 ’ s - Google, Bing and Yahoo 3. Social Networks – Facebook, Twitter and YouTube It is democratizing marketing. It is putting marketing in the hands of business people that has never occurred in the history of business marketing. What are the Key Benefits of Social Media? 1. It amplifies your content 2. Makes you stand out form the crowd 3. It puts your networking on steroids 4. Accelerates the spread of your brand through “ Global word of mouth ” 5. It can position your company as a thought leader in its industry 6. Your business can self publish 7. Creates trust – Edelmann (Titanka – found you everywhere) 8. Improves search engine rankings What social networks should you market on Where your audience is • Facebook • Twitter • Linkedin • YouTube • Slideshare
  • Social Media Marketing is potentially exponential Many to Many It also amplifies due to low friction sharing This is seen with sharing buttons Facebook Shares, Likes and Twitter Retweets
  • By building online properties such as websites blogs and social media digital assets you can Be ubiquitous Variety of formats that allow people to easily share to their tribes
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    • 1. Les réseaux sociaux : une réponse face à la crise ? LAcclameur – Mardi 19 mars 2013
    • 2. Nous ne subissons pas une crise,nous vivons une mutation technologique.
    • 3. 1 : La technologie évolue rapidement mais leshumains changent lentementPour obtenir 50 millions dutilisateurs – La Radio a mis 38 ans – La Télévision a mis 13 ans – LInternet a mis 3 ans – LiPod a mis 2 ans – Facebook a obtenu 200 millions dutilisateurs en moins de 12 mois
    • 4. 2 : Nous continuons de penser local et pas global
    • 5. 3 : Gestion de la perturbation
    • 6. Les entreprises qui ne saccomodent pas de ses évolutions et deses perturbations disparaissent (parfois en quelques mois).
    • 7. 4 : Trouver ce que lon cherche au milieu de 500millions de sites web
    • 8. 5 : Renoncer à lidée de vouloir comprendre ouassimiler toute linformation “Tous les deux jours, nous créons plus dinformation que depuis le début de nos civilisations jusquà 2003” Eric Schmidt, 2010 (CEO of Google)
    • 9. Les basiques• Structure de base de votre digital business
    • 10. Au fond : cest quoi ce digital business ?• Cest nouveau• Différentes entités en ligne qui portent votre marque et votre entreprise – Sites web (incluant les blogs et les boutiques en ligne) – Réseaux sociaux – Mobile – Contenus
    • 11. Construire votre digital business1 : Le site web• Pensez-vous que votre site web soit aujourdhui le mêmequil y a 4 ou 5 ans ? – Avec un contenu statique – ne changeant jamais – Des textes basiques – Programmé par un développeur – “ One way communication » – Optionnel
    • 12. Construire votre digital business• Quest-ce qui est essentiel pour un bon site web ? – Un design visuel intuitif
    • 13. Construire votre digital businessQuest-ce qui est essentiel pour un bon site web ? – un contenu liquide et fluide
    • 14. Construire votre digital businessQuest-ce qui est essentiel pour un bon site web ? – Il demande du contenu “Multimedia”
    • 15. Construire votre digital businessQuest-ce qui est essentiel pour un bon site web ? – Tapez dans la puissance des réseaux sociaux
    • 16. Construire votre digital businessQuest-ce qui est essentiel pour un bon site web ? – Il doit être construit en mode “social”
    • 17. Construire votre digital businessUne fonction eCommerce
    • 18. eCommerceTendances de le-commerce• “Multi Canal de distribution” • Mobile • Ordinateurs • Briques et mortier Lexperience du shopping décentralisé!
    • 19. Construire votre digital business1. Blog
    • 20. Construire votre digital business2: Mobile
    • 21. Construire votre digital businessMobile – Comment gagner avec le mobile ? • Construisez un site optimisé pour le mobile • Construisez des applications qui font que ce sera facile dacheter depuis un mobile.
    • 22. Les éléments clés dans le digital business3: Les réseaux sociaux
    • 23. Les éléments clés dans le digital business4: Le contenu• Du contenu qui : – Apprends – Informe – Distrait – Inspire
    • 24. Les éléments clés dans le digital business• 5 : Une bonne base de données e-mail – A jour et entretenue – Sous contrôle – Qui conduit le traffic de votre digital business
    • 25. Tu as tout fait comme ça ? Bravo ! Tu nas plus quà tasseoir et compter loseille qui rentre à gros bouillon ! Hélas (x3)… Le travail ne fait que commencer !
    • 26. Marketer votre Digital BusinessIl faut rédiger une stratégie marketing Digital Business 1. Pour avoir une vision claire 2. Pour connaître son audience 3. Pour cerner ses objectifs 4. Pour créer des tactiques afin de rencontrer des succès 5. Pour mesurer, manager et modifier
    • 27. Marketez votre Digital Business Social Mobile e-commerce Site Web Prospection Email
    • 28. Marketez votre digital business1 – Prospection
    • 29. Marketez votre digital businessLimportance de la recherche – 90% des décisions dachats commencent avec une recherche en ligne. – 25% des clics proviennent de Google Adwords.
    • 30. Marketez votre digital business• Pourquoi votre référencement est-il vital ? Pourquoi est-ce si important dêtre bien référencé ? • Ranking first on Google gets over 40% of all clicks • 90% of all clicks occur from first page of search results.
    • 31. Marketez votre digital businessDigital Marketing
    • 32. Marketer votre digital business• Digital Marketing – Est-ce que votre fichier client est à jour ? – Est-il possible de se désabonner de votre lettre dinfo – Allez-vous confier votre fichier e-mail à une société inconnue ?
    • 33. Marketez votre digital business• Marketing des médias sociaux
    • 34. Marketez votre digital businessQuatre règles de base 1. Créez des contenus sympas 2. Engagez des conversations 3. Facebook est vital mais nignorez pas Twitter 4. Incluez des vidéos, des sons, cest important 5. Les gens sintéressent à ce qui est futile 6. Ca fait 6 règles, et pas 4.
    • 35. Pourquoi les medias sociaux ?Ils amplifient votre contenu
    • 36. Pourquoi les medias sociauxIls accélèrent votre notoriété
    • 37. MERCI ! Weeeb.fr | Jeanchristophegilbert.com Je vous recommande de suivre et remercie :http://www.jeffbullas.com/ | http://www.michelleblanc.com

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