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What is social media marketing

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    • Social Media Marketing Using social media as a free marketing tool for your business.
    • Social Networking ✤ What is Online Social Networking? ✤ Social Networking is not a new idea, it has existed forever and we have always used our social networks to find things such as jobs, new friends and even new partners. In a normal friend network you might know Paul, John and Sally however most of the connections in your social network are hidden because your network is only as good as the connections that you can see. Online social networking sites solve these problems by allowing you to add friends, as you add friends you are allowed to see their friends which starts to open up hidden opportunities for creating new relationships.
    • Blogging ✤ “Web log” Allows you to report and publish information. ✤ Discussion held alongside the article. ✤ Text, pictures, video, audio.
    • LinkedIn LinkedIn is a business-oriented social networking site which was launched in May 2003. Mainly used for professional networking. As of February 2009, it had more than 35 million registered users, spanning 170 industries. ✤ Online resumes. ✤ Contact list. ✤ Discussion groups. ✤ Researching possible new hires.
    • Google Groups Google Groups is a free service from Google where groups of people have discussions about common interests. Users can find discussion groups related to their interests and participate in threaded conversations or they can also start new groups.
    • Facebook Facebook is a social networking service that lets you connect with friends, co-workers, and others who share similar interests or who have common backgrounds. Many use it as a way to stay in touch after finishing school, or as a way to share their life publicly. What makes Facebook different from other social networks are its extensive privacy controls, its development platform, and its large and quickly growing user base. Facebook has been called the "thinking person's" social network.
    • Twitter ✤ 140-character or less “micro-blog” entries. ✤ Mobile text/SMS notifications. ✤ Direct, brief communication with huge audiences.
    • Social Media/Networking Links ✤ YouTube - Post your own ✤ MySpace - Social networking. videos. Embed them in your homepage. ✤ Plaxo - Social networking. ✤ Twitter - “Micro-blogging” ✤ Orkut - Social networking. ✤ Flickr - Share photos. Groups ✤ Bebo - Social networking. and comments supported. ✤ Tagged - Social networking. ✤ SlideShare - Post presentations (such as this one) for others to ✤ Ning - Create your own social download. nework site!
    • Case: McCain vs. Obama
    • 21st Century Marketing ✤ People will look for businesses online. ✤ Customers expect online interaction. ✤ Your audience is worldwide. ✤ Communicate specific messages to specific audiences.
    • Building Cohesive Presence ✤ Keep people in your network. ✤ Encourage feedback and participation. ✤ Provide value in marketing.
    • Information Or Marketing?
    • Case: Marketing Cohesion ✤ Ideally, commit to doing business. ✤ Otherwise, keep viewers in your network.
    • Cases: LinkedIn Groups
    • Getting Found ✤ Get a proper business website. This will be the hub of your online business presence. Integrate! Draw traffic to your site with meaningful links. ✤ Start networking online. Don’t be afraid to make new connections. (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter etc.) Provide value to your audience with meaningful content. ✤ Commit to routinely providing value. Provide valuable, fresh content on your website. Get attention, become an authority, build trust and make make sales. (Google Groups, ListServs.) ✤ Tell people! In person, over the phone, business cards.
    • Resources ✤ http://technorati.com/help/blogging101.html ✤ http://groups.google.com/support/ ✤ http://linkedin.custhelp.com ✤ http://www.facebook.com/help.php ✤ http://www.relativitycorp.com/socialnetworkmarketing/
    • Presenter Companies OpenRain provides expert web design, Catalyst Computer Technologies provides an development and marketing services for the inexpensive alternative for Small Business in need desktop and mobile web. Based in Phoenix and of part-time computer support by specializing in one of Arizona’s most successful web Desktop Support, Network Administration, and development shops, OpenRain services national IT Management. We are the Small Business IT clients and also offers personalized hosted department, therefore, lessening technical deployment and training services. frustrations and stress experienced by Small Business owners and their staff. OpenRain, LLC 1 (623) 691-7869 Catalyst Computer Technologies, LLC sales@openrain.com 480-391-6442 http://openrain.com support@cct247.com http://blog.openrain.com http://www.cct247.com http://twitter.com/openrain Complete technology council directory at http://www.techcenteraz.com
    • General SEO Strategy ✤ Integrate relevant online activities. ✤ Publish clear, consistent, meaningful, professional messages. ✤ Regularly update content. ✤ Maximize relevant inbound links from relevant external sites. ✤ Work with a developer to set meta, image tags etc. ✤ Do not spam. Search engines are a lot smarter than they used to be!
    • Google PageRank ✤ Google’s opinion of your websites importance relative to other sites on the Internet. 0-10 scale. ✤ Exact calculations kept secret. ✤ Google Toolbar reveals your PageRank.
    • PageRank Examples ✤ 0 Completely new website. (Lowest possible.) ✤ 1-3 Most small businesses with little/no marketing and PR. ✤ 4 PrestonLee.com (Established but small.) ✤ 5 ChandlerChamber.com ✤ 6-8 azcentral.com, phoenix.edu (Medium/Large scale sites.) ✤ 9 Microsoft.com, NYTimes.com (Extremely important.) ✤ 10 Google.com (Highest possible.)