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Presentation for Social Media Marketing in Tertiary Education Conference, 19 February 2013

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  • Oreo Super Bowl newsjackHow can you capture the attention of your students by tapping into their zeitgeist?
  • Facebook usage via mobileAmazon price checkerPrice comparisonProduct reviewsTesco
  • Decline in textPicture tells a thousand wordsYouTubePinterestInstagramVineeven Facebook’s app updates
  • But be careful with bounce rate. Why?Create advanced segmentsMicro and macro conversions
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    • 1. The Future of Social MediaSocial Media Marketing in Tertiary EducationCriterion Conferences @malchia
    • 2. “Communication tools don’t get sociallyinteresting until they get technologicallyboring”Clay ShirkyHere Comes Everybody @malchia
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    • 5. Social media is going to get A LOT bigger. @malchia
    • 6. Expansion of the social web (not users) willslow.The social universe will consolidate arounda few platforms. @malchia
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    • 8. There will be networks for everybody.Facebook has it’s own gravitational pull.Twitter continues to grow and grow. AsGoogle+ has shown, there needs to be acompelling reason for people to switch. @malchia
    • 9. And those for a few.Nicheworks will continue to rise.Communities of interest that will fragmentlarger social websites or splinter off intotheir own. @malchia
    • 10. The web is becoming socially enabled.A whole new generation of web propertiesand technology is emerging that leverageour social graphs to become inherentlymore valuable. @malchia
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    • 13. Context + Relevance = Value @malchia
    • 14. Our networks are getting smaller.The era of friend collecting is over as weredress the balance of signal-to-noise andmake better use of our connections. @malchia
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    • 18. Social can’t be an afterthought.In the attention economy, real-time isparamount. You must be ready to act at amoments notice. @malchia
    • 19. Social taps into the zeigeistFast turnaround + relevance + surprise +humour = moment owned. @malchia
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    • 22. How mobile is your social?Smartphones are changing the way weinteract with the world around us. @malchia
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    • 25. A picture paints a thousand words.While words will continue to dominate,pictures and video can convey yourmessage faster. @malchia
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    • 29. So where to start integrating? @malchia
    • 30. Start with analytics and the strategy.How many?Where are they coming from?What’s delivering value?How does it align with your objectives? @malchia
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    • 32. What content are you good at creating?Don’t force something you’re not good at.Only put out content that is genuine andisn’t going to reflect poorly on your brand.There’s enough bad content out therewithout adding yours to the pile. @malchia
    • 33. Resource appropriately.Set enough time to manage yourcommunity and proactively identify contentopportunities. Even better, create a contentcalendar. @malchia
    • 34. Questions? @malchia
    • 35. Mal @malchia