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A presentation I gave at The Running Event, a trade show for running retail stores.

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    • HARNESSING THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA The Running Event November 10, 2009
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    • Can you harness the power of social media? Should you?
    • “There is no demand for messages.” – Doc Searls, The Cluetrain Manifesto
    • $400B 3000 83 % 50 %
    • CONTENT & CONVERSATION MEDIA SOCIAL SHARING NETWORKS
    • CONTENT & CONVERSATION
    • CONTENT & CONVERSATION MEDIA SOCIAL SHARING NETWORKS
    • CORPORATE MASS NICHE SOCIAL NETWORKS
    • CONTENT & CONVERSATION MEDIA SOCIAL SHARING NETWORKS
    • MEDIA SHARING
    • 3 STEP SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY
    • LISTEN & LEARN PLAN ENGAGE
    • STEP 1: LISTEN & LEARN ‣ Find conversations currently taking place about the brand and category ‣ Quantitative analysis ‣ Qualitative analysis
    • VIDEO Google video, Yahoo, Youtube, Grouper, Break, Dailymotion, Metacafe BLOGS/ BOARDS Boardreader, Google alerts, Live, Technorati, Icerocket TWITTER Twemes, Tweetscan, Dittes, Telewebber, Terraminds DIY SERVICES
    • http://mashable.com/2008/08/20/tiger-woods-walk-on-water/
    • STEP 2: PLAN ‣ Social media policy
    • STEP 2: PLAN ‣ Social media policy ‣ Monitoring plan
    • Spark Social Media Monitoring, Analysis & Metrics 6.4.2009 ©SPIRAL 16 LLC 29
    • STEP 2: PLAN ‣ Social media policy ‣ Monitoring plan ‣ Response plan
    • Do Nothing Credibility Influence Engage Velocity Fix Facts Relevance Reach Rectify 31
    • STEP 2: PLAN ‣ Social media policy ‣ Monitoring plan ‣ Response plan ‣ Engagement plan
    • STRATEGIC QUESTIONS 1. What are the attitudes of key stakeholders about the importance of social media? 2. Audit findings  What is your target audience doing in social media?  What are competitors doing in social media? 3. What topics are relevant to your target audience?  Product? Offers? Promotions? Brand? 4. How will we measure results?
    • STEP 3: ENGAGE ‣ Learn from customers
    • STEP 3: ENGAGE ‣ Learn from customers ‣ Engage dissatisfied customers
    • “The good news is that shortly after posting my piece I heard from Dave Finnegan, Build-A-Bear’s "Chief on  Monitoring caught blog story InBearmation Officer." Kitschy executive ZDNET.com (1.4M visitors designations aside, you’ve got to beabout privacy practices monthly) impressed by a company that responds soone day, it spread to other  In highquickly, directly, traffic sites and receptively to criticism; I am,The (BoingBoing.net; Consumerist) anyway.”  Sent a response directly to Denise Howell  Outreach resulted in a positive follow-up blog post
    • STEP 3: ENGAGE ‣ Learn from customers ‣ Engage dissatisfied customers ‣ Create community to educate
    • STEP 3: ENGAGE ‣ Learn from customers ‣ Engage dissatisfied customers ‣ Create community to educate ‣ Energize word of mouth
    • FREE FLOAT NIGHT ‣ Twitter outreach ‣ “Sonic” was the #2 trend on Twitter; Approx. 8,000 Tweets in 24-hour period ‣ 5 million floats; double 2007 ‣ June evening sales increased ‣ Increased awareness of Sonic as “late- night destination”
    • STEP 3: ENGAGE ‣ Learn from customers ‣ Engage dissatisfied customers ‣ Create community to educate ‣ Energize word of mouth ‣ Co-create
    • “You can choose not to engage in social media, but you’ll still be talked about in the space. Benefits come from being involved in the conversations.”
    • THANK YOU JEFF RISLEY Email: jrisley@barkleyus.com Blog: http://risleyranch.blogs.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/RisleyRanch LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffhrisley Del.icio.us: http://del.icio.us/RisleyRanch