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Business and Social Media : What ?

  1. 1. How can social media increase your business success?Author: Jean-Francois MESSIER
  2. 2. This document is part of the “Social Media and Business” series by JF MESSIER
  3. 3. is social media?is the scale?
  4. 4. So.cial me.diaOnline gathering of interaction,ideas, comments and commentary.
  5. 5. So.cial me.diaMore simply put,social media is the ongoingconversation of the planet.
  6. 6. Social Influence Marketing - SIM is about employing social media and social influencers to meet the marketing and business needs of an organization
  7. 7. We are social people. This is not new.
  8. 8. “Media is inherently social.It provides an idea pathwaybetween people.”Faris Yakob
  9. 9. Many companiesused social mediaand conversationsbefore the internet
  10. 10. Taking opportunityof the fact thatpeople used togather to sharetheir passions.
  11. 11. The use of socialmedia to improvebusiness startedbefore the internet.
  12. 12. Started in 1903,the Michelin guide is the granddaddy of social media
  13. 13. The guide was developed so people wouldspend more time driving to restaurants.
  14. 14. By doing so,they would wear out their tires and buy more from Michelin.
  15. 15. Michelinpioneered the use of social media for branding.
  16. 16. Social media is as old as time.
  17. 17. “ …tools don’t getsocially interesting untilthey get technologicallyboring.”  Clay Shirky
  18. 18. It took centuries for writing to become social.
  19. 19. 160 yearsIt took , from 1840 to 2000...
  20. 20. … for cameras to become social!
  21. 21. 116 yearsIt took , from 1880 to 1996…
  22. 22. ...for the gramophone to become social!
  23. 23. 97 yearsIt took , from 1895 to 1992…
  24. 24. ...for the video camera to become social!
  25. 25. 67 yearsIt took , from 1903 to 1970...
  26. 26. … for planesto become social!
  27. 27. It took 10 years, from 1989 to 1999...
  28. 28. … for the wwwto become social!
  29. 29. YEARS it took to Innovationbecome social 160 140 goes faster 120 100 and faster 80 60 40 20 0 TIME 1840 2010
  30. 30. That is the important part of what ishappening.
  31. 31. It took6 years ,from 2000 to 2006...
  32. 32. … for eMedia to become social!
  33. 33. It is now as easy tocreate content as it is to consume it… SOCIAL PROFILE PUBLISH SHARE WORK LEARN SOCIAL MEDIA BROAD DISCUSS CAST CREATE MEET SURVEY
  34. 34. It is now as easy tocreate content as it is to consume it… SOCIAL PROFILE PUBLISH SHARE WORK LEARN SOCIAL MEDIA BROAD DISCUSS CAST CREATE MEET SURVEY
  35. 35. It is now as easy tocreate content as it is to consume it… LEARN THINK DISCUSS CREATE COMMUNICATE FASCINATE BROADCAST
  36. 36. Social mediais like water...”
  37. 37. Social media is like water... … on its own it does some cool things, but when combined with other compounds it is enabling everything to evolve.”Mike Volpe, VP Marketing, HubSpot,
  38. 38. Once upon a time… News- paper TV 1980 Phone Radio Mail
  40. 40. Share of online usage shifted 15 06 09 12 03 06 09 2006 12 03 06 09 2007 12 03 06 09 2008 2009
  41. 41. Breakdown by CTRBookmark: 3%Blogs: 8%IM: 1% Emails Social media: Social 31% a bump-up of over 16% from media last year. 60%
  42. 42. Active Worldwide Users 500 millionSource FACEBOOK.COM/PRESS/INFO.PHP ? STATISTICS – JANUARY 2011
  43. 43. If were a country, it would be… 1st 4th 2nd 3rd …the most populated in the world… …ahead of the United States.
  44. 44. # of active Facebook users worldwide, outside the United States 70%Source FACEBOOK.COM/PRESS/INFO.PHP ? STATISTICS – JANUARY 2011
  45. 45. Active users logging on to Facebook on any given day 50%Source FACEBOOK.COM/PRESS/INFO.PHP ? STATISTICS – JANUARY 2011
  46. 46. Pieces of content shared each month. 30 billionSource FACEBOOK.COM/PRESS/INFO.PHP ? STATISTICS – JANUARY 2011
  47. 47. Local businesses with active Facebook pages 1.5 billionSource INSIDE FACEBOOK.COM – FEBRUARY 2010
  48. 48. First choice of users in social media platformsLinkedIn: 1%Orkut: 2%Twitter: 5% Facebook is the first choice when it comes to 14% sharing in social 78% networking space.
  49. 49. Click-through Rate 1,904% Social media channels have a 287% very high click-through rate.
  50. 50. Click-through Rate 1,904% Twitter has the best click-through rate 287%
  51. 51. Registered Users 165 millionSource–AUGUST 2010
  52. 52. Updates per month 5.4 billionSource–AUGUST 2010
  53. 53. Users following a brand or a company 31%Source–AUGUST 2010
  54. 54. Viewers in September 2010 144 millionSource COMESCORE.COM/–OCTOBER 2010
  55. 55. are just 3 tools
  56. 56. are just 3 tools
  57. 57. Distribution of social media by type Blogs / blogging Social networks Microblogging Online Video Widgets PhotoSharing Crowding / voting Podcasting Wikis Virtual Worlds Bookmarking Content Aggregation Outreach programs Brand monitoring Organisation & staffing Discussion board / forums PR - social releases Events & meetups Presentation sharing® 2009 Dachis Group
  58. 58. Social media isthe same todayas it was yesterday.
  59. 59. Social media isthe same todayas it was yesterday.It’s just nowreached
  60. 60. Social media isthe same todayas it was yesterday.It’s just nowreached it’s too hard to ignore. Julia Roy Senior Manager, New Media Coach, Inc.
  61. 61. Synthesis. Social media is online gathering of interaction, ideas, comments and commentary. Social Influence Marketing – SIM is about employing social media and social influencers to meet the marketing and business needs of an organization. Social media is as old as time. The use of social media to improve business started before the internet. The important part of what is happening comes from faster and faster innovation: It took just 6 years, from 2000 to 2006, for eMedia to become social! Social media is the same today as it was yesterday. It’s just now reached such a critical mass, it’s too hard to ignore.
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  64. 64. Author: Jean-François MESSIER Global New Technologies Director at Mercuri International Email: jfmessier@mercurifr.comPhoto CreditAll photos in this presentation were purchased on logos or brand references are the copyright of their respective owners.Slides from this document may not be repurposed without express written consent. Send permissionrequests to
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