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Traditional To Social

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Traditional Vs Social Marketing

Traditional Vs Social Marketing


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  • 1. How the Social Web destroys Traditional Marketing Copyright: Share it, use it, copy it, shred it, jump on it, tweet it, print it, remake it, republish it - but don’t sell it!
  • 2. Traditional Marketing
  • 3. Internet Marketing
  • 4. The start of the Revolution
  • 5. ! Social Web
  • 6. ! ...everyone can be a star!
  • 7. Hi there! it’s not about things it’s about people You! Who cares? Hey :) Our product is amazing!
  • 8. People will interrupt them talk about your products and only fight you if you Our product is amazing! Hey!! You! Shut up! #*! #*! #*! #*! #*! #*! #*! #*! That Company Sucks! ? ! ! ! See our ads! ? ?
  • 9. Traditional no longer works... ...it even works against you!
  • 10. How do you become a part of the Social Web?
  • 11. you get invited! It’s easy... ...and that means
  • 12. You are not a company that sells a product ...but a group of talented individuals . Who are creating something remarkable . Because the world need something better, more stylish, and more affordable. Something that makes you happy, and gives you that really good feeling inside your stomach.
  • 13. You do not market your products ...you share them
  • 14. ...and you share what people are doing with them. You make your fans remarkable You help them do things better , provide tips and ideas. You tell them about what inspired you , and continues to inspire you!
  • 15. ...and you ask your fans what they need . So that you, with their help, can continue to be remarkable .
  • 16. This way, people want to follow you, because you are worth following That’s a cool company! I will tell my friends about it Cool Nice! Me to! Thanks! :) Like! ! I like them too! :p Thanks!
  • 17. Credits Copyright: Share it, use it, copy it, shred it, jump on it, tweet it, print it, remake it, republish it - but don’t sell it! Created by Thomas Baekdal You can follow me via twitter (@baekdal) on facebook (facebook.com/thomasbaekdal) on YouTube (youtube.com/baekdal) via Delicious (delicious.com/baekdal) or via www.baekdal.com Shared by Harish Kasturi You can follow me via twitter (@kasturiharish) on YouTube (youtube.com/kasturiharish) via Linkedin( http://in.linkedin.com/in/kasturiharish ) ....or you can follow Limited Dreams via www.limiteddreams.blogspot.com