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Future talk what happens when your entire company becomes social


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What Happens when Your Entire Company becomes Social? …

What Happens when Your Entire Company becomes Social?

WHEN: NOVEMBER 8, 2012 @ 3:30PM
In the not too distant future, Community Management will no longer be the task of one single department. Like the Web Masters of a decade ago, these roles will be dispersed among every business unit in your company. How will this effect organizations? What tools will you need to accommodate these changes

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  • 1. Future Talk:What Happens When Your EntireCompany Becomes Social? @marcusnelson #SMSSummit @marcusnelson #SMSSummit
  • 2. “O hai.” @marcusnelson Founder of AddvocateFormer Head of Social Media at @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 2
  • 3. <rant> @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 3
  • 4. Companies Using Social For Marketing 57% 72% 81% 88% 91% 92% 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Percent of Companies Using Social ChannelsSource: @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 4
  • 5. Big Money Spent On Social Advertising 15 $5.20 $7.72 $10.24 $11.87 Billion Billion Billion Billion 2011 2012 2013 0 2014 @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 5
  • 6. Problem @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 6
  • 7. Tweet this pleaseSocial is not an ad play,It’s a content game.#SMSSummit @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 7
  • 8. </rant> @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 8
  • 9. If your company is on theInternet, YOU ARE A MEDIACOMPANY. #SMSSummit @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 9
  • 10. All Content Should Live Here Photos Infographics Dreamforce Announcement on BlogPresentations eBooks Videos @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 10
  • 11. SEO Matters71% 71% of Enterprise purchase decisions in the United States begin with research conducted on a search engine. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 11
  • 12. A Blog Should Be Your...SingleVoice ofAuthority @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 12
  • 13. Trust Matters 85% 85% trust information they receive from blogs. • Facebook - 67% • Twitter - 73% • Pinterest - 85% @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 13
  • 14. Blogs Matter 69%69% of B2B buyersmake buying decisionsafter reviewing acompany’s blog. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 14
  • 15. #Content is King,#Marketing is Queen,but your Blog is their Castle.#SMSSummit @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 15
  • 16. So... @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 16
  • 17. I know what you’re thinking to yourself… @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 17
  • 18. shit staff”“I don’t have enough @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 18
  • 19. You Have An Incentivized WorkforceWorkers want to talk about theircompany, only...1. They dont know what to say.2. Theyre afraid to say the wrongthing.So, they do nothing. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 19
  • 20. Employees want to post of socialbut often they don’t know what tosay, or they dont want to sounddumb. So they say nothing.#SMSSummit @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 20
  • 21. Customers WANT to Talk to Employees @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 21
  • 22. Ready. Set. Go. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 22
  • 23. Determine Objectives Subscribers # of MVPs Share of Voice Sentiment Awards Won Downloads Video Views # of InfluencersAttendees Engaged Posts & Comments Engagement Quality of Coverage Engagement Facebook # of Employees Engagement Trained Score Audit Score Share of Conversation @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 23
  • 24. Establish Social Media Guidelines public facing youtube video What’s in bounds? What’s out of bounds? Who to escalate things to?Every Employee is responsible for reading and adhering to the rules. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 24
  • 25. Build Proficiency Among Employees @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 25
  • 26. Create Collaboration Infrastructure @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 26
  • 27. Identify Users Social Directory Profiles: Who’s contributing on your company’s behalf. Skills: List expertise and experience on products or projects. Search: Find knowledge leaders w/ user-defined expertise tagging. Score: See how users rank in influence within the service. Leader Boards: Create competition. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 27
  • 28. Amplify Messages Browser PluginsAlways On: Browser plugin givesconstant access to Addvocate.Share: Suggest tweets foremployees to send out.Notification: Employees updatedwith messages, updates, keylinks.Promote: Prioritize content.Settings: Easy setup. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 28
  • 29. Track URLsCustom URL Shortener =• First link created is a ‘Parent URL.’• Subsequent retweets or shares are treated as ‘Child URLs.’Campaign Codes =• Appends tracking data for company, division, department, & user.• Ability to add a custom code for an event or product campaign.Cookie Links• Add a cookie to shortened URLs for ad retargeting. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 29
  • 30. You can’t fix what you don’tmeasure. #SMSSummit @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 30
  • 31. Measure Results Define your view of success Trends: Reoccurring topics being discussed. Top Performers: Who’s contributing the most. Recent conversations: Glimpse of what’s happening now. Issues Resolved: Happy customers. Community Tone: General sentiment at the moment. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 31
  • 32. Gamify Employee Participation @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 32
  • 33. Optimize ContentInsights on content that’s workingor missing. Future tools will dokeyword analysis to reveal high-value topics to consumers.• Clicks• Reach• Employee• Channel @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 33
  • 34. Govern Access LDAP integration allows greater visibility, security, and control. • Eliminate passwords. • Custom roles & permissions. • Clear channel management. • No access for former users. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 34
  • 35. Review1. Put Everything In Your Blog2. Build Social Proficiency Among Employees3. Establish Social Media Guidelines4. Determine Objectives5. Create Collaboration Infrastructure6. Operationalize Content & Distribution7. Gamify Employee Participation @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 35
  • 36. Review (continued)• Identify - Consolidate employees who represent your brand on social.• Amplify - Suggest content for employees to send via personal channels.• Measure - Which employee efforts are paying off, validate their efforts.• Optimize - What kind of content or topics resonate with your audience.• Govern - Password admin is a mess, especially when people leave. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 36
  • 37. The Future of #SocBiz isdetermined by how you Identify,Amplify, Measure, Optimize, &Govern the social voices of yourcompany #SMSSummit @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 37
  • 38. Thank You @marcusnelson Founder of AddvocateFormer Head of Social Media at @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 38
  • 39. My Team At Salesforce • 13 Brands • 150+ different social media channels • 320+ stakeholders • 90,000 mentions per month • KPIs based on “share or voice” @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 39
  • 40. Our Management ToolI worked for the leader in cloud computing and social business... and we still used spreadsheets. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 40
  • 41. Spreadsheets Managed People• Social channels we owned.• Channel owner.• Passwords & access.• Social channels we needed.• Channels retired. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 41
  • 42. I Needed HelpIf I worked at the world’s leading “Social Business” company, and I couldn’t manage our social properties... Surely some of the the top brands in the world could help me out, right? @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 42
  • 43. I Asked The ExpertsFrank Eliason Bliss Dennen Musa TariqEsteban Contreras Ekaterina Walter Bill Johnston @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 43
  • 44. Guess What They Used? @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 44
  • 45. My ProblemsMy team of 5 managed 150+ social media properties for 13 brands: • Who represented us on social media? • Which teams owned what? • Who has passwords to what channels? • What content was doing well and where? • Where to get approvals & signoff? @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 45
  • 46. Current Tools• Focused on small teams or networks.• Active listening metrics & analysis of external engagement.• Lack control or visibility of messaging past brand channels.• Missing the ROI of social media marketing efforts.• Don’t scale in pricing past small teams at large companies. @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 46
  • 47. I Had To Make It Better• Would employees represent their brand if given the chance?• Could I make it seamless for employees to be empowered?• Was there a way to analyze results to reveal ROI to management?• Could brands learn from content to boost future performance?• Should access be entwined with existing enterprise systems? @marcusnelson #SMSSummit 47