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Learn how your business can be found online on a crowded web using social media marketing, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn and other social media networks.

Learn how your business can be found online on a crowded web using social media marketing, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn and other social media networks.

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  • Number One site on the Web In some industries 90% of all buying decisions start with and online search Arguments in pubs and bars are quite often settled with a Google search – by consulting “Lord Google” for the answer to a fact under dispute In regards to total time spent online Facebook has surpassed Google in 2010
  • 500 million users logged into Facebook in 1 day 800 million users 1 in 9 people on the planet are on Facebook 1 in 3 people using the internet are on facebook
  • 5.2 billion phones globally Smart phones are outselling your “normal phone” Apple has sold over 25 million iPads
  • Noise, Clutter and Competition Over 90% of all click throughs to websites are from the first page of a Google search Does your company appear on page one for any of its key words and phrases that potential buyers will be using?
  • In 60 seconds Nearly 700,000 searches 600 Videos are uploaded to YouTube 80,000 Facebook Wall posts Every 2 days we create as much information as we did since the dawn of time till 2003
  • In the last quarter of 2010 More than 104 advertisers delivered more than 1 billion display ads 10 delivered 3-5 billion 12 delivered 5-10 billion 4 delivered more than 10 billion display ads
  • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =kAG39jKi0lI A funny sketch from Ronnie Corbert (of previous “The 2 Ronnies” Fame)
  • The Web gives us access to a global village 1. The web provides us with a global reach 2. We have tools that allow us to market globally Email Facebook 3. Sell while you sleep Blogs YouTube
  • The Web gives us access to a global village 1. The web provides us with a global reach 2. We have tools that allow us to market globally Email Facebook 3. Sell while you sleep Blogs YouTube
  • 126 million  – The number of blogs on the Internet (as tracked by BlogPulse). 84%  – Percent of social network sites with more women than men. 27.3 million  – Number of tweets on Twitter per day (November, 2009) 57%  – Percentage of Twitter’s user base located in the United States. 4.25 million  – People following @aplusk (Ashton Kutcher, Twitter’s most followed user). 600 million  – People on Facebook. 50%  – Percentage of Facebook users that log in every day. 500,000  – The number of active Facebook applications. 4 billion  – Photos hosted by Flickr (October 2009). 2.5 billion  – Photos uploaded each month to Facebook. 30 billion  – At the current rate, the number of photos uploaded to Facebook per year. 1 billion  – The total number of videos YouTube serves in one day. 12.2 billion  – Videos viewed per month on YouTube in the US (November 2009). 924 million  – Videos viewed per month on Hulu in the US (November 2009). 182  – The number of online videos the average Internet user watches in a month (USA). 82%  – Percentage of Internet users that view videos online (USA).
  •   David Meerman Scott  brands them in his Book  “The New Rules of Marketing and PR” …. Persona’s .. So in essence persona’s are  ”the short biography of a typical customer”. Which can be profiled by asking some questions. Who are you selling to? What are their goals and aspirations? What are their problems? What media do they rely upon for answers to their problems? How can we reach them? What things are important to them? What words and phrases do they use? What are they really buying from you? What images and multi-media appeal to each persona? To find this out you need to do things like Check out blogs where they hang out Read the publications they read Look at the agendas of the conferences and seminars they attend So when you are writing , sourcing and creating content for your blog, website and social media channels you need to ”walk a mile in your customers shoes” and provide solutions in your content for their problems that they face every day in their business. You need to talk their language and you need to have their segmentation in fine enough detail that when they encounter your web content they will then say…”they understand what my problems are and they can help me solve them”.   In most companies they will be engaging with several “persona’s” or verticals.
  • 1. BOUGHT or PAID This is where you pay to participate. This could be display ads on Facebook or paid search on Google. This media can be treated as a catalyst that feeds owned and creates earned media 2.OWNED A channel a brand owns. This could be your website, blog, Facebook page or Twitter account This is where you are building a long term on-line asset and relationship with existing and potential customers that continues to build the more you invest. Investing in this is often overlooked because it doesn’t produce immediate benefits 3. EARNED Customers respond to your marketing and become the channel (crowd sourced marketing). This can be word of mouth (WOM), buzz and viral. This is where you listen and respond and stoke the fires. This is often the result of a well executed and well coordinated owned and paid media.
  • 1. BOUGHT or PAID This is where you pay to participate. This could be display ads on Facebook or paid search on Google. This media can be treated as a catalyst that feeds owned and creates earned media 2.OWNED A channel a brand owns. This could be your website, blog, Facebook page or Twitter account This is where you are building a long term on-line asset and relationship with existing and potential customers that continues to build the more you invest. Investing in this is often overlooked because it doesn’t produce immediate benefits 3. EARNED Customers respond to your marketing and become the channel (crowd sourced marketing). This can be word of mouth (WOM), buzz and viral. This is where you listen and respond and stoke the fires. This is often the result of a well executed and well coordinated owned and paid media.
  • Google Adwords 2. Facebook Marketing 3. LinkedIn Advertising 4. Twitter Sponsored Tweets
  • This is only limited by Budget and Resources Facebook ad can be placed in less than 10 minutes Targeted Measured
  • 1 Trillion Banner ads on Facebook last year 2. The average click through rate from banner advertising on the Internet is 2.1%. 3. Banner ads (paid) only get 25% of all click throughs organic receive the other 75%
  • Before paying cash for banner ads, find out if you can trade or barter your services or products in exchange for the ads. If you also have a site worth advertising on, find out if you can trade banner ads for banner ads. Bottom line: First step is to find non cash spending ways to get your banner ad out. Negotiate, negotiate, negotiate your banner ad rates. Remember that only 7% of all sites (IMHO) are actually SOLD OUT, and the other remaining sites are NOT sold out, which means you can buy at a discount. To get your discount, ask the website owner this questions, "What level is your site sold out? or is it sold out? Has it ever been sold out?" These are questions that make many website owners squirming....and some will lower their price. Animated banners often outpull non animated banners 4 to 1. Your offer must be clear and compelling, and will be a crucial determining factor for your banner ad campaign success. Test your headlines. Experiment with the word "Free" in your banner. Use "Limited Time Offer" or something that suggests you must act now. Your banner ad should be graphically/visually compelling, carry on your current marketing colors and theme, be under 15k to 20k in size for fast loading, and have ALT-TEXT included for folks who have graphics shut off in their browser. Expect average response of 1% to 10-15% on a good campaign ONLY. Make sure the website you are advertising gives you a real time login if you don't have one yourself, to track the effectiveness of your banner ad campaign (via clickthrough rate & # of displays per day) before it's too late to make changes or correct a failing banner ad promo. Ways To Increase Click Through Rate by at least 15%: Have a 'Call To Action' in the banner, pose a question, have an outrageous offer or graphic, add a picture of a female, having an incomplete thought, banner on top and bottom of the web page, and/or make your banner ad bigger than life so that it barely fits in the allowed space.  BONUS TIP  You must TARGET your banner ad to be viewed on websites ONLY where you have determined that your target audience visits. General banner ads on general sites will usually have a very low success rate.
  • Sign in to your AdWords account at  https:// adwords.google.com
  • Over 90% of all clicks through to a website come from being on page one of a search result page Over 40% of all clicks go to a website that ranks number one on Google 25% of all clicks are to paid Google banner ads
  • Over 90% of all clicks through to a website come from being on page one of a search result page Over 40% of all clicks go to a website that ranks number one on Google 25% of all clicks are to paid Google banner ads
  • Sign in to your AdWords account at  https:// adwords.google.com
  • OWNED A channel a brand owns. This could be your website, blog, Facebook page or Twitter account This is where you are building a long term on-line asset and relationship with existing and potential customers that continues to build the more you invest. Investing in this is often overlooked because it doesn’t produce immediate benefits
  • Investing in these online digital assets is vital in a digital world In some industries 90% of all online purchases start with an online search are they going to find you and discover an online property that represents your brand that impresses or turns them away The “Reception Desk Analogy” 100 visitors to your office vs 1000 to your online reception or store Online store should have the same investment as your bricks and mortar store
  • 3 Elements to Trust 1. Unknown of the Internet 2. The social web where friends refer a company, website or a product 3. Repetition Edelman Trust Barometer
  • 3 Elements to Trust 1. Unknown of the Internet 2. Friends online van build online trust through the social web where friends refer a company, website or a product 3. Repetition is important Edelman Trust Barometer
  • Developing a Digital Marketing Strategy is Vital Design your Website and Blog for Easy sharing Produce, Publish and Promote Great content
  • Optimizing Website and Blog Onsite – Good coding, Meta description, keywords, images with descriptions plus a blog with constant content publishing and promotion Offsite- Inbound links and active social media participation. Google as part of its ranking of websites and blogs ranks sites according to the importance of the sites that link to them Social media sites that link to the blog and website
  • Optimising every element Images Video Websites Blogs Local Real-Time
  • Optimizing Website and Blog Onsite – Good coding, Meta description, keywords, images with descriptions plus a blog with constant content publishing and promotion Offsite- Inbound links and active social media participation. Google as part of its ranking of websites and blogs ranks sites according to the importance of the sites that link to them Social media sites that link to the blog and website
  • Discovered by SEO, Found Via a social share online or you email it Provide Media in a variety of formats Make it shareable We are now on a social web with 2 way communication
  • Publish once a day Link to other online properties Engage with your customers (ask questions) Create a Welcome landing page fro your Facebook “Page”
  • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =ypmfs3z8esI&feature= player_embedded Publish once a day Link to other online properties Engage with your customers (ask questions) Create a Welcome landing page fro your Facebook “Page”
  • Publish once a day Link to other online properties Engage with your customers (ask questions) Create a Welcome landing page fro your Facebook “Page”
  • http:// www.facebook.com/Cisco?sk =app_57675755167
  • Brand your Twitter account Link to your website Use keywords in your description on Twitter Build followers
  • Brand your Twitter account Link to your website Use keywords in your description on Twitter Build followers
  • Brand your Twitter account Link to your website Use keywords in your description on Twitter Build followers
  • Brand your Twitter account Link to your website Use keywords in your description on Twitter Build followers
  • Brand your Twitter account Link to your website Use keywords in your description on Twitter Build followers
  • Southwest Airlines Social Media Marketing case study including blog http://www.jeffbullas.com/2011/05/26/is-this-the-worlds-best-company-blog/
  • Create a public profile with professional up to date information Link your website, blog and Slideshare account on your profile Participate in associated industry groups (Marketers your target audience join their groups and participate) Publish topical information and content
  • http://fedex.linkedincreatives.com/video/01/ Create a public profile with professional up to date information Link your website, blog and Slideshare account on your profile Participate in associated industry groups (Marketers your target audience join their groups and participate) Publish topical information and content
  • Create a public profile with professional up to date information Link your website, blog and Slideshare account on your profile Participate in associated industry groups (Marketers your target audience join their groups and participate) Publish topical information and content
  • Create a public profile with professional up to date information Link your website, blog and Slideshare account on your profile Participate in associated industry groups (Marketers your target audience join their groups and participate) Publish topical information and content Best Practice for Advertising on LinkedIn http://partner.linkedin.com/ads/bestpractices/index.html?utm_source = li&utm_medium = el&utm_campaign = bpad#target
  • Brand your YouTube account with links to website and blog with category and keyword tags Produce “How to Videos” Promote on Twitter and Facebook
  • Brand your YouTube account with links to website and blog with category and keyword tags Produce “How to Videos” Promote on Twitter and Facebook
  • Brand your YouTube account with links to website and blog with category and keyword tags Produce “How to Videos” Promote on Twitter and Facebook
  • Brand your YouTube account with links to website and blog with category and keyword tags Produce “How to Videos” Promote on Twitter and Facebook
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • 1. Publish Centrally 2. Distribute it everywhere (remember the Edelman trust repetition factor) 3. People prefer different media and platform preferences
  • Provide content in a wide range of media at your blog Gen Y Likes video Baby boomers like emails and text Some people like Twitter and others prefer Facebook
  • Owned and Rented online assets Shareable Optimised
  • Owned and Rented online assets Shareable Optimised
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • If you are in the knowledge industry then Slideshare can be a great way to share your thought leadership and expertise in a graphical format Create an account with links to your blog or website Include a description Tag it with keywords Promote presentations on Facebook, Twitter and Slideshare Embed in a blog post with an introduction of 150 to 200 words
  • Work Hard Listen Be patient and persist Use Tools to find online communities in your niche Advanced Twitter search http://search.twitter.com/advanced , Twellow.com and Google blog search http://blogsearch.google.com/ Blogger outreach Uniqueness “smells like gasoline Connect through social media Online video blogging is growing Passion shines through
  • Crowd Sourced sharing at global industrial scale Earning Media is about engaging with consumers on their terms and gaining trust based on genuine understanding. Consumers  don’t trust advertising, but they do trust peer recommendation . As long as brands don’t abuse this situation, then this leads to better quality, more authentic and more relevant marketing. Earning Digital Media Earning digital media doesn't mean it's free. It's not. It's just that instead of paying directly for a placement or making arrangements with a partner—you are paying for the  time and resources  of people who will investigate what's being said about your brand and engage on your behalf. These can be employees, contractors, agencies etc. but it requires manpower and effort.  However, the reason the "media" (apologize for lack of a better term) is earned is because you can never actually buy it. The people talking about your products and services are never compensated by an agency or network—however they can be set into action by triggers you've put in place. This could mean establishing a relationship, sharing news, seeding content, talking to, and in general interacting with the people who actually care about your product or even better the topics associated around them. Earned media is tricky, and no one has figured this out exactly yet, however it's real and the search engines pick up on it. The trick is figuring out how to meaningfully participate in the spaces where your brands, products and services are relevant.
  • Crowd Sourced sharing at global industrial scale Earning Media is about engaging with consumers on their terms and gaining trust based on genuine understanding. Consumers  don’t trust advertising, but they do trust peer recommendation . As long as brands don’t abuse this situation, then this leads to better quality, more authentic and more relevant marketing. Earning Digital Media Earning digital media doesn't mean it's free. It's not. It's just that instead of paying directly for a placement or making arrangements with a partner—you are paying for the  time and resources  of people who will investigate what's being said about your brand and engage on your behalf. These can be employees, contractors, agencies etc. but it requires manpower and effort.  However, the reason the "media" (apologize for lack of a better term) is earned is because you can never actually buy it. The people talking about your products and services are never compensated by an agency or network—however they can be set into action by triggers you've put in place. This could mean establishing a relationship, sharing news, seeding content, talking to, and in general interacting with the people who actually care about your product or even better the topics associated around them. Earned media is tricky, and no one has figured this out exactly yet, however it's real and the search engines pick up on it. The trick is figuring out how to meaningfully participate in the spaces where your brands, products and services are relevant.
  • Benefits of Earned World of Mouth has high trust levels Long lasting it remains on blogs, websites and social channels World Wide reach reaches 2 Billion potential not just 25 million in Australia
  • Challenges of Earned You are dependent on Retweets, Facebook shares and Facebook likes You have no control over sentiment except for your initial content that you publish
  • Strategy important Requires multiple participation across as many appropriate Social media Channels as possible Content in different media Mass media integration synergised with social media Keep feeding the channels
  • Look at Sam Makhoul as sample website here Search Engines Social Web Mobile Internet eCommerce What does this mean for your business/ for your website?
  • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =I7TK_8RiVj8&feature= player_embedded Results Will It Blend Brand Awareness 12 million views of will it blend over 4 months Sales Results Increased sales by 500% Will It Blend 12 million views of will it blend over 4 months
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owGykVbfgUE&feature=player_embedded Created a Multiple Channel Marketing Strategy 1. Mass Media Event - Super Bowl and Television 2. Digital and Social Media SEM and SMM Published on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook
  • http://bcove.me/xg59sl52
  • 1. Keep Your Videos Short and Snappy Originally one of the rules of thumb for on-line videos was that they shouldn’t be any longer than two minutes but the Old Spice YouTube videos were mostly less than a minute and as short as 17 seconds. They have taken “snappy” to a new level. 2. Turn Your Advertising into “Content” that is Easy to Share A traditional offline video is hard to share, so making your ad into a YouTube video enables it to be shared and the distribution crowd sourced. 3. Make you Marketing Content Searchable I don’t know about you but sometimes you see a funny ad on TV and you have to wait for it to be replayed to view it again. Publishing on-line as well as off-line makes it searchable and  able to be viewed on demand. 4. Be Everywhere Marketing on as many appropriate multi-channel and multi-media marketing channels using social media ensures that broadest possible distribution is achieved by tapping into viewers media and platform preferences. The agency participated and promoted across many social media channels and networks including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The campaign wasn’t just published on social media channels but also the promoted using social media marketing to spread the brand message. 5. Respond in Real Time In 24 hours the old spice guy responded to Tweets (including a marriage proposal) with 116  YouTube videos (The crew was given 7 minutes to record each video including the writing and the shooting with only one or two takes). This princilple of real time response can include responding to comments on Facebook and tweets on Twitter  to keep the conversation rolling. 6.  Use Other People’s and other Media’s Networks (for free) The Wieden + Kennedy campaign decided to respond to Tweets with YouTube video responses and when the “Old Spice” guy responded to “The Ellen Show” tweet with a YouTube video then of course this was broadcast to millions on her shows network. Individuals with large on-line influence such as Guy Kawasaki and Perez Hilton had video responses which tapped into their large personal brand audiences globally. Tap into large networks by giving them the attention they want and crave and they will spread it for free to their distribution networks whether that be Facebook, television or Twitter. 7. Use Social Media to Activate Mass Media This then leads us to another lesson. If your social media marketing is good enough, mass media will pick it up, especially if it has humour and entertainment value and will advertise it for free to millions of their viewers and readers. 8. Keep the Content Pumping Savvy bloggers know this marketing secret and that is to keep the content pumping. The “Old Spice” campaign which was video centric managed to produce 100′s of videos led by a team of 4 writers, a camera crew and a half naked actor. The approach was certainly quantity over quality which social media advocates will recognise. Don’t wait for your post to be perfect before hitting the publish button because it never will be. 9. Drive Engagement through Personalization One of the writers behind the Old Spice campaign Jason Bagley said. “ No one expects to ask a question and then be responded to. I think that’s where we broke through .” The marketing team responded personally to tweets with custom YouTube videos, this both surprised and amazed the global audience. 10. If it Works Keep Repeating a Proven Formula The old saying “when your on to a good thing stick to it” applies very much to this marketing success which initially started with the Super Bowl YouTube video which received 100,000 views every few hours has been repeated twice with a new angle every time. The second  time was a 2 day marathon of high quality personalized video responses to questions asked by fans on Twitter and YouTube. The latests reiteration was last month with a rival introduced called Fabio (an ageing male super model) and cleverly called the “New Old Spice Guy 11. Add a Negative Twist The creators of the campaign decided  to add a negative twist to rejuvenate the campaign by introducing a rival “Fabio” the “New Old Spice Guy” and had the viewers vote on who they preferred . This produced a lot of “Buzz” online and negative comment (viewers “loved” Isaiah Mustafa the original old spice guy) that continued to drive the viral conversation with the original “Old Spice Guy of course winning the competition. I have found negative headlines to produce much better responses than the positive angle eg “ 30 Things You Should Not Share on Social Media ” What impressed you about this campaign?
  • 1. Keep Your Videos Short and Snappy Originally one of the rules of thumb for on-line videos was that they shouldn’t be any longer than two minutes but the Old Spice YouTube videos were mostly less than a minute and as short as 17 seconds. They have taken “snappy” to a new level. 2. Turn Your Advertising into “Content” that is Easy to Share A traditional offline video is hard to share, so making your ad into a YouTube video enables it to be shared and the distribution crowd sourced. 3. Make you Marketing Content Searchable I don’t know about you but sometimes you see a funny ad on TV and you have to wait for it to be replayed to view it again. Publishing on-line as well as off-line makes it searchable and  able to be viewed on demand. 4. Be Everywhere Marketing on as many appropriate multi-channel and multi-media marketing channels using social media ensures that broadest possible distribution is achieved by tapping into viewers media and platform preferences. The agency participated and promoted across many social media channels and networks including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The campaign wasn’t just published on social media channels but also the promoted using social media marketing to spread the brand message. 5. Respond in Real Time In 24 hours the old spice guy responded to Tweets (including a marriage proposal) with 116  YouTube videos (The crew was given 7 minutes to record each video including the writing and the shooting with only one or two takes). This princilple of real time response can include responding to comments on Facebook and tweets on Twitter  to keep the conversation rolling. 6.  Use Other People’s and other Media’s Networks (for free) The Wieden + Kennedy campaign decided to respond to Tweets with YouTube video responses and when the “Old Spice” guy responded to “The Ellen Show” tweet with a YouTube video then of course this was broadcast to millions on her shows network. Individuals with large on-line influence such as Guy Kawasaki and Perez Hilton had video responses which tapped into their large personal brand audiences globally. Tap into large networks by giving them the attention they want and crave and they will spread it for free to their distribution networks whether that be Facebook, television or Twitter. 7. Use Social Media to Activate Mass Media This then leads us to another lesson. If your social media marketing is good enough, mass media will pick it up, especially if it has humour and entertainment value and will advertise it for free to millions of their viewers and readers. 8. Keep the Content Pumping Savvy bloggers know this marketing secret and that is to keep the content pumping. The “Old Spice” campaign which was video centric managed to produce 100′s of videos led by a team of 4 writers, a camera crew and a half naked actor. The approach was certainly quantity over quality which social media advocates will recognise. Don’t wait for your post to be perfect before hitting the publish button because it never will be. 9. Drive Engagement through Personalization One of the writers behind the Old Spice campaign Jason Bagley said. “ No one expects to ask a question and then be responded to. I think that’s where we broke through .” The marketing team responded personally to tweets with custom YouTube videos, this both surprised and amazed the global audience. 10. If it Works Keep Repeating a Proven Formula The old saying “when your on to a good thing stick to it” applies very much to this marketing success which initially started with the Super Bowl YouTube video which received 100,000 views every few hours has been repeated twice with a new angle every time. The second  time was a 2 day marathon of high quality personalized video responses to questions asked by fans on Twitter and YouTube. The latests reiteration was last month with a rival introduced called Fabio (an ageing male super model) and cleverly called the “New Old Spice Guy 11. Add a Negative Twist The creators of the campaign decided  to add a negative twist to rejuvenate the campaign by introducing a rival “Fabio” the “New Old Spice Guy” and had the viewers vote on who they preferred . This produced a lot of “Buzz” online and negative comment (viewers “loved” Isaiah Mustafa the original old spice guy) that continued to drive the viral conversation with the original “Old Spice Guy of course winning the competition. I have found negative headlines to produce much better responses than the positive angle eg “ 30 Things You Should Not Share on Social Media ” What impressed you about this campaign?
  • Brand Awareness Videos viewed 40 million times Total brand views 110 million Sales results After 3 months Sales jumped 55 percent In one month they increased sales by 107 percent
  • The Web gives us access to a global village 1. The web provides us with a global reach 2. We have tools that allow us to market globally Email Facebook 3. Sell while you sleep Blogs YouTube

Turbocharging your Business with Social Media Marketing Turbocharging your Business with Social Media Marketing Presentation Transcript

  • Turbo Charging your Business with Social Media Speaker: Jeff Bullas Date: October 13, 2011
  • JeffBullas.com Build your knowledge and skills
    • Agenda
    • Turbo Charging your Business with Social Media
      • The Digital Landscape
      • The Problem
      • The Social Media Landscape
      • Getting Started and the Fundamentals
      • The 3 Key Steps to Effective Social Media Marketing
          • Paid – The catalyst
          • Owned – Patience required
          • Earned -
      • Some More Case Studies
      • The Takeaways
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    • The “Numbers” Problem
    • Over 234 million websites
    • More than 155 million blogs
    • Nearly 800 Million Facebook Users
    • 2 Billion Internet Users
    • 1 Trillion Facebook page views - June,2011
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    • The “Noise” Problem in 60 Seconds
      • 700,000 searches
      • 600 Videos are uploaded to YouTube
      • 80,000 Facebook Wall posts
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  • JeffBullas.com Build your knowledge and skills Live Local, Think Digital, Go Global   “ Digital  Marketing  is the promoting of brands using all forms of digital advertising channels to reach consumers”
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    • Getting Started: The Fundamentals
    • 5 Keys for a Digital Presence
      • 1: Establish Online Assets
          • Website & Blog
          • Social Media Channels
      • 2: Develop a Digital & Social Media Marketing Strategy
      • 3: Optimise for Search
      • 4. Develop & Publish Content
      • 5. Integrate
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    • 3 Core Types of Websites
    • Content Website
    • E-Commerce Website
    • Mix of Content and Commerce
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    • 7 Essentials for a Content Website
      • Good Design
      • Designed for Sharing
      • Allows Interaction
      • Call to Action Landing page
      • Drive email subscribing – Free eBook
      • Blog
      • Multimedia
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    • 7 Essentials for a ECommerce Website
      • Good Design
      • Designed for Sharing
      • Easy for Buying
      • Multimedia
      • Trust and Credibility
      • Searchable
      • Intuitive Navigation
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    • Getting Started: The Fundamentals
    • 3 Building Blocks to Drive Traffic
    • To your Website
            • Social
            • Search
            • Content
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    • Solution Starts with a Marketing Strategy 5 Steps
      • Target Audience
      • Marketing Goals
      • Design, Develop & Implement Tactics to Achieve Goals
      • Monitor and Measure
      • Adjust, Rinse and Repeat
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    • 3 Types
      • 1.BOUGHT or PAID
      • This is where you pay to participate, such as a Facebook banner ad. The initial catalyst for your social media marketing campaign.
      • 2.OWNED
      • A channel a brand owns. This could be your website, blog, Facebook page or Twitter account.
      • 3. EARNED
      • Customers respond to your marketing and become the channel (crowd sourced marketing).Where paid and owned come together and buzz and viral drive traffic
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        • Immediacy
        • Scale
        • Control
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        • Clutter
        • Declining Response
        • Poor Credibilty
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    • Optimising Paid
        • Placement
        • Timing
        • Headlines
        • Design
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    • Animated out pull non animated 4 to 1
    • Offer must be clear and compelling
    • Ad should be graphically enticing
    • Have a call to action
    • Place your banner ad where your target audience hangs out
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        • Facebook Ads reports
        • Facebook Insights
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        • Cost Efficiency
        • Longevity
        • Builds online assets
        • Versatility
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      • No Guarantees
      • Company Communication not Trusted
      • Takes Time to Scale – patience required
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      • Develop a strategy
      • Well designed website
      • Blog built for sharing
      • Social properties linked
      • Content
      • SEO
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    • Optimising Owned
    • Three Keys to Optimizing your Owned Web Properties
            • Optimize for Search
            • Optimize Social
            • Optimize Content
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    • Social Media Marketing with Facebook
    • Why Use Facebook?
      • Business Page – for spreading your content
      • Multi-Media rich
      • Easy To Use
      • It is where I in 3 internet users hang out
      • Target ads with user demographics
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    • Social Media Marketing with Facebook
    • Some Fundamentals
    • 3 Types of Profiles
      • Facebook Personal Profiles
      • Facebook Groups
      • Facebook Pages
    • To create a page you need personal account
    • Brand it
    • Self Serve Ads on Facebook
    • Measure & Monitor – “Insights” Analytics
    • Facebook pages are “Public”
    • Ranks high in search on a “Social Web”
    • Publish your content where your audience hangs out
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    • Setting up and Optimizing Facebook
    • Use a group or page profile for your business
    • Choose a vanity URL eg “MarlboroughWinery ”
    • When you post content, include video or imagery where appropriate as Facebook users are very visual.
    • Publish fresh content at least once a day
    • Analyze and optimize using the Facebook Insights Tool
    • 3 Tips:
    • Start building a Facebook Fan following and grow your online store and community tribe on Facebook.
    • Make it easy for people to ‘like’ your page on your blog, email and other online properties. So you “Crowd Source” sharing
    • Engage communicate and get feedback in real time
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    • Social Media Marketing with Facebook: B2C
    • 8 Ways to Market on Facebook for B2C Companies
    • Create a community portal
    • Capture emails
    • Grow Facebook ‘Likes’
    • Drive traffic to your bricks and mortar store
    • Drive traffic to your online store
    • Highlight products with an online catalogue
    • Sell products from your F-commerce store
    • Capture feedback and comments from customers
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    • Facebook Marketing Goals from Your Strategy Plan
      • Increase Facebook “Likes” to increase distribution of content and Brand
      • Capture email subscriptions for your company database and e-newsletter
      • Market your products with photos and other multimedia
      • Sell your products and services with a shop on Facebook
      • Position company or person as a thought leaders and experts
      • Conduct product market research
      • Improve customer service
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    • 11 Facebook Tips for B2B Companies:
      • Video Channel with “How To” Tutorials
      • News Updates in Your Industry
      • Provide an Incentive for Growing your Facebook “Likes”
      • Capturing Email Subscriptions for Lead Generation
      • Targeting Decision Makers
      •   Market Research and Surveys
      • Promote your Thought Leaders
      • Sell Your Products and Services
      • Leverage the Trust Factor through Shareable Content
      • Make your Company Human
      • Provide Customer Service on Facebook
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    • Social Media Marketing with Twitter
    • Why Use Twitter
    • A global network of 200 million plus users
    • You can target industries and niches
    • It’s Global
    • It is real time
    • It is efficient
    • You can automate it
    • It is a great tool to market your blog content
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    • Setting Up and Optimizing Twitter
    • Include a photo
    • Add your Facebook or Website’s URL when setting up your account
    • Write “Great Headlines”
    • Place a “ ReTweet ” button on your blog articles to make it easy to “share”.
    • Include “Follow me on Twitter” buttons on your emails and blog
    • Leave at least 20 characters spare (make your tweet no longer than 120 charcters), so that it allows room for people to “Retweet” your “Tweet” with comments like “Great post”
    • Almost always include a link back to your blog, or Facebook page in your tweet (don’t waste a Tweet), this is a significant traffic driver for bloggers.
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    • Twitter Marketing Tips:
    • Develop a targeted Twitter following
    • Listen, engage and communicate and build loyal followers in your community
    • Create a live feed on the corporate brand name to see what the world is saying about you
    • Tweet your online specials that link to a landing page,
    • Tweet your content
    • Network and Create contacts on twitter by retweeting their content
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    • Some Twitter Tools
    • Tweepi.com – for following targeted Twitter users
    • Twellow.com – for following the largest Twitter users in a category
    • Hootsuite – for managing and monitoring Twitter
    • TweetDeck – another tool for managing and monitoring Twitter
    • SocialOomph – for automating Twitter
    • Bit.ly – for shortening links and monitoring Twitter buzz
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    • Social Media Marketing with LinkedIn
    • Why Use Linked In?
    • Over 100 Million professionals are members worldwide
    • Great for networking professionally
    • Finding Opportunities
    • Positioning as an Expert by participating in over 800,000 groups
    • Integrate your other sites including company, blog and Facebook
    • Great demographics senior executives with an average income of over $100,000
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    • Setting up and Optimizing LinkedIn
      • Create a public profile (don’t lock it away)
      • Use the questions and answers feature to start conversations, create community and position yourself as a Thought Leader or expert by answering questions,
      • In your homepage activate your Twitter link
      • Activate your blog feed to your homepage on LinkedIn
      • Integrate “Slideshare” into LinkedIn
      • Make sure your websites and blogs (you can enter 3) includes My Company , My Blog (jeffbullas.com) and My Facebook “Page” URLs
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    • Social Media Marketing with LinkedIn
    • LinkedIn Marketing Tips:
    • Update your posts on LinkedIn after publishing.
    • Participate in one of the 800,000 groups that is suitable for your target audience
    • Create your own group that doesn’t sell but provides a forum for your industry niche
    • Advertise on LinkedIn from as little as $10 per day. You can target by
      • Geography
      • Industry
      • Job Function
      • Job title
      • LinkedIn Groups
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    • Social Media Marketing with YouTube
    • Why Use YouTube?
      • Second Largest Search engine in the world
      • Easier to rank higher in organic search than Google
      • Important if you are connecting to “Gen Y”
      • “ How To” category is the fastest growing segment
      • Free
      • Easy to use
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    • Social Media Marketing with YouTube
    • Setting up and Optimizing YouTube
    • Create your own branded YouTube Channel
    • Link to your Blog, Facebook fanpage or your website to make it easy for people to link back to your site
    • Put the category such as [Social Media Marketing] in Brackets before each Title of your video
    • Put “Tags” in your video tags section, make them relevant to your video title
    • Again promote your YouTube video on Twitter and place them on your blog in a Video or YouTube Channel section
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    • YouTube Marketing Tips:
    • Interview senior people in your industry – promote them, the law of reciprocity
    • Create information videos that inform clients while you sleep - saves time
    • Create Educational videos demonstrating expertise and thought leadership
    • Include videos in your online store to showcase and demo products (can increase conversion rates by 10-30% (Case Study: Online shoe store Zappos)
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    • Social Media Marketing with YouTube
    • Tips to Improve Your Chances of Going Viral with your Brand
        • Market It
        • Keep it short and sweet
        • Have a shocking or interesting title
        • Have an interesting thumbnail
        • Five Examples: YouTube
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    • 5 Examples of Viral Business YouTube Videos
          • 1 .  Blendtec
          • 2.  Sick Puppies
          • 3.  MSI Laptops
          • 4.  Ok Go Band
          • 5.  Google
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    • Why Use Slideshare
      • It is YouTube for Slideshows
      • 58 million unique vistors per month
      • 16 million registered users
      • It is now attracting not just corporate sharing of slideshows but used for entertainment
      • Good for B2B
      • Good for optimising content for search
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    • Slideshare Marketing Tips
    • Turn your posts into PowerPoint presentations and post them to Slideshare
    • Write a good headline both on the presentation itself and the Title area
    • Include keyword tags that would be used to find the presentation
    • Promote your presentations on Twitter
    • Allow viewers to download your presentation to assist in making it easy for people to share
    • Post them to your Facebook page
    • In choose a license make it  CC (Creative Commons) License so people can use your content and then attribute and link to your blog
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    • Why Blog?
    • To establish a home base that you own
    • Great for personal branding Eg.”jeffbullas.com”
    • Position you as a thought leader in your niche
    • Establishes Authority
    • Google likes fresh unique content
    • Easy to use
    • Builds an online asset
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    • Setting up and Optimizing Your Blog
    • Buy your own domain name not a sub-domain or name under Typepad or Wordpress .. buying a homebase is a lot better than renting one.
    • Blog as part of your primary website domain
    • Purchase a theme such as WordPress theme that can be optimised for Search
    • Post content regularly (at least once a week) .. Search engines love new unique content
    • Promote your Blog on Twitter regularly (Google now has real time search feed into Twitter API)
    • Include share buttons to other social media channels on  each blog post so visitors can add your blog and posts
    • Start building your email subscriber database
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    • Blogging Marketing Tips
    • Solve problems with your posts. What do your customers worry about?
    • Provide “How To” articles
    • Write great headlines
    • Write easy to read articles
    • Use multimedia embed videos, images and screen shots
    • Send out posts instead of static email newsletters that drive traffic to your site and drive comments
    • Post after publishing to other social media channels, Facebook page, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter (manually)
    • Create evergreen content
    • Be focused (stay on topic)
    • Embed Slideshare as part of an article if appropriate
    • Repurpose offline and publish it online
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  • JeffBullas.com Build your knowledge and skills 1. Publish to Multiple Social Media Channels
  • JeffBullas.com Build your knowledge and skills 2. Publish Variety of Media Types
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    • Measuring Owned
      • Google Analytics
      • Wordpress Stats
      • YouTube views
      • Twitter Tools - Hootsuite
      • Facebook Insights
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    • Case Study: Owned
    • Aussie Bum
    • Shoes of Prey
    • Wine Library TV
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    • CASE STUDIES: AussieBum
    • Keys To Online Success
      • Have a website
      • They are on multiple social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube)
      • You can buy online globally
      • Use multiple media including online videos
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    • Case Study: Owned
    • CASE STUDIES: AussieBum
    • Keys To Online Success
      • Have a website
      • They are on multiple social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube)
      • You can buy online globally
      • Use multiple media including online videos
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    • CASE STUDIES: Shoes Of Prey
    • Keys To Online Success
    • You can find them online
    • Google Adwords - targeted
    • YouTube – put videos online to go viral
    • They use social media inc Facebook & Twitter
    • You can buy online
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    • Case Study: Wine Library TV
    • Key Reasons for Success
    • Passion
    • Promotion on Social Media
    • Uniqueness
    • Persist and be patient
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    • Earned Media
    • Where paid and owned all comes together
    • Traditional Marketing
    • Digital Marketing
    • Content
    • Social
    • SEO
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    • Earned Media
    • Where it all comes together
    • Viral
    • Buzz
    • Word of Mouth
    • Trust
    • PR
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        • Most credible
        • Key role in most sales
        • Transparent and has longevity
        • Global reach
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    • Challenges of Earned
        • No Control
        • Can be negative
        • Harder to measure
        • Scaling
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    • Optimizing Earned
    • Its not free
    • Humour & Entertainment
    • Use Mass Media as Catalyst
    • Build online assets
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        • Google Analytics
        • Paid Tools for measuring “Buzz” - Radian 6
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    • Case Studies: Earned
        • Will it Blend ?
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    • Case Studies: Earned
          • Old Spice Campaign
      • Multiple Channel Strategy
      • Traditional and Digital
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      • 11 Social Media Marketing Lessons from the Old Spice Campaign
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    • Case Studies: Earned
    • 11 Lessons
      • 1. Keep Your Videos Short and Snappy
      • 2. Turn Your Advertising into “Content” that is Easy to Share
      • 3. Make you Marketing Content Searchable
      • 4. Be Everywhere
      • 5. Respond in Real Time
      • 6.  Use Other People’s and other Media’s Networks (for free)
      • 7. Use Social Media to Activate Mass Media
      • 8. Keep the Content Pumping
      • 9. Drive Engagement through Personalization
      • 10. If it Works Keep Repeating a Proven Formula
      • 11. Add a Negative Twist
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      • Old Spice Campaign Results
    • Brand Awareness
            • Videos viewed 40 million times
            • Total brand views 110 million
    • Sales Results
            • After 3 months Sales jumped 55 percent
            • In one month they increased sales by 107 percent
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    • Takeaways
      • Make Paid Media Your Catalyst
      • Create a Hub and Spoke Model of Owned Media
      • Earned Media will take time – be patient
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