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An Introduction to "The Social Three" - Crazy Pinz

  1. 1. cirrusabs.com twitter.com/cirrusabs facebook.com/cirrusabs youtube.com/user/cirrusabs linkedin.com/companies/cirrus-abs Anintroductiontothe“SocialThree” //KevinMullett
  2. 2. Anintroductiontothe“SocialThree” //KevinMullett kevinmullett.com twitter.com/kmullett facebook.com/kevinmullett linkedin.com/in/kevinmullett justgoogle“kevin mullett” directorof product development
  3. 3. SMO// the“social three” • social media take the social out of it and it is good old fashion media • social networking business and personal networking, just online • social marketing marketing by any other name would spend as sweet
  4. 4. SMO// social media = tools
  5. 5. SMO// social networking= visibility
  6. 6. SMO// social marketing= application
  7. 7. SMO// visibilityvia preferredmedia • preferred media not singular media • specialty and niche social services • the year of talking to your audience where they are
  8. 8. SMO// for mybusiness? how can social media help your business? • visibility / brand awareness • customer feedback (in real-time) • traffic/backlinks (to pages or our site) • to encourage page or site indexing • likability factor (or not) – “All things being equal, people want to do business with their friends. All things being not quite so equal, people STILL want to do business with their friends”– Jeffrey Gitomer • promoting knowledge experts
  9. 9. SMO// but…myprivacy! • formerly found on street corners • were you unlisted? • who did we do business with 30 years ago?
  10. 10. SMO// where’stheintent? • tv • dm (direct mail) • radio • newspaper • print (brochures/ads) • email marketing • social • SEO • search marketing • tradeshows • sponsorships (nascar etc.) • yellow pages (not shown)
  11. 11. SMO// action1 • develop your elevator pitch • optimize your“what we do”paragraph then adapt it to fit in various profile areas. (160 characters in twitter for example) • photos for personal accounts, logos for businesses (generally speaking. in some instances you want to use photos)
  12. 12. SMO// action2 grab your brand • mass id check with namechk.com
  13. 13. SMO// social activityoptimization optimize your efforts • schedule activity during peak times • use tools to consolidate accounts
  14. 14. SMO// i’venothingtosay& noonecares we hear it all the time. i don’t have anything to say & no one would care anyway. how do i attract followers / fans. • friendly & upbeat • avoid sensitive issues • be helpful • listen first • engaging & funny
  15. 15. SMO// action3 posting tips • use keywords & keyword phrases sparingly • keywords should be relevant to subject • avoid spammy words make money, MLM, work from home, get rich… • avoid hyperbole • look informative • appear conversational
  16. 16. SMO// good, better, bestapproach be willing to pay professionals for assistance & advice. • good = know where your competition is, start there, start small, but start • better = watch alerts & filters, hashtags jump in when you can offer help • best = be an active & responsive participant with custom posts
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