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MKT 389
CONTENT THAT SELF-REPLICATES
SELF-REPLICATING
CONTENT
The unique role of social media in content marketing

Social influencers models and WOM for conte...
SOCIAL MEDIA AND
CONTENT
Can one exist without
the other?

Why?

Why not?
EXERCISE
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Pinterest
Tumblr
Google+

How can each of these channels to be used uniquely to
extend...
SOCIAL INFLUENCER
MODELS
Word of mouth and social
media content marketing go
hand in hand. Why?

What are social influence...
MEASURING IMPACT
KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS (KPI’S)
Results?
Engagement?
Both!
ANALYTICS PYRAMID
Different levels of the
organization care about
different things
Be prepared to message and
speak to eff...
TYPES OF METRICS
Consumption metrics

Sharing metrics

Lead generation metrics

Revenue/sales metrics

Management by
objec...
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  1. 1. MKT 389 CONTENT THAT SELF-REPLICATES
  2. 2. SELF-REPLICATING CONTENT The unique role of social media in content marketing Social influencers models and WOM for content marketing Measuring impact (what’s working and what isn’t)
  3. 3. SOCIAL MEDIA AND CONTENT Can one exist without the other? Why? Why not?
  4. 4. EXERCISE Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest Tumblr Google+ How can each of these channels to be used uniquely to extend the impact, life and reach of a story? Find an example.
  5. 5. SOCIAL INFLUENCER MODELS Word of mouth and social media content marketing go hand in hand. Why? What are social influencers? Why are they critical to spreading content? What are all the ways this is done? On Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr?
  6. 6. MEASURING IMPACT
  7. 7. KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPI’S) Results? Engagement? Both!
  8. 8. ANALYTICS PYRAMID Different levels of the organization care about different things Be prepared to message and speak to effectiveness of content in a contextual way Don’t speak to the C suite about ‘engagement’ instead tell them about Costs per lead and lead conversion
  9. 9. TYPES OF METRICS Consumption metrics Sharing metrics Lead generation metrics Revenue/sales metrics Management by objective/return on objective is key!
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