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Enhancing Your Online Brand Through Social Media<br />Presented by Miles Technologies<br />August 24, 2011<br />
What Defines Your Brand?<br />Logo<br />Color Schemes<br />Slogan<br />Core Business Values<br />Key Messages/Concepts<br ...
Your Brand – Online vs. Offline<br />Offline, your brand is:<br />Static<br />Easier to control<br />Less adaptable<br />O...
  Less Predictable
  More adaptable</li></li></ul><li>Why does your online brand matter?<br />92% of consumers have more confidence in inform...
Your Online Brand: 3 Considerations<br />Consistency <br />Do you have a consistent look and feel?<br />Visibility<br />Wh...
Brand Consistency<br />Potential customers searching for you online are seeking information about what your business offer...
Brand Consistency (continued) <br />
Brand Consistency (continued)<br />
Brand Consistency (continued)<br />
Brand Consistency (continued)<br />
Brand Consistency (continued)<br />Considerations for Getting Started<br />Start Small: Simple graphical customizations to...
Brand Visibility<br />How easy is it to find your brand online?<br />Take the time now <br />to do a test search <br />on ...
Brand Visibility (continued)<br />
Brand Visibility (continued)<br />
Improving Your Brand Visibility<br />Social Media<br />LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Etc.<br />Content Distributio...
Custom Social Media URL’s<br />Twitter<br />http://twitter.com/milestech<br />Facebook<br />http://www.facebook.com/MilesT...
Custom URL’s<br />Twitter URL: <br />Defined by your username (some character limitations)<br />Facebook URL: <br />Once y...
Custom URL’s (continued)<br />LinkedIn Public Profile<br />
Custom URL’s (continued)<br />Click “Edit Profile” to customize your URL:<br />
Custom URL’s (continued)<br />
Brand Sentiment<br />What are users saying about your brand on social media sites?<br />
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
Brand Sentiment<br />What does this mean for your online brand?<br />To protect your brand, you must implement a plan to m...
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />Monitoring Your Online Brand<br />Facebook<br />If you are the owner/admin of a page, you...
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />An additional tool for monitoring your online brand: Google Alerts<br />Google Alerts are...
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />To set up Google alerts, go to http://www.google.com/alerts<br />
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
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Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />Responding to consumers via social media platforms.<br />Considerations:<br />Creating a ...
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  1. 1. Enhancing Your Online Brand Through Social Media<br />Presented by Miles Technologies<br />August 24, 2011<br />
  2. 2. What Defines Your Brand?<br />Logo<br />Color Schemes<br />Slogan<br />Core Business Values<br />Key Messages/Concepts<br />Anything that distinguishes your business from the rest! <br />
  3. 3. Your Brand – Online vs. Offline<br />Offline, your brand is:<br />Static<br />Easier to control<br />Less adaptable<br />Online, your brand is:<br /><ul><li> Dynamic
  4. 4. Less Predictable
  5. 5. More adaptable</li></li></ul><li>Why does your online brand matter?<br />92% of consumers have more confidence in information they find online than they do in information they receive from sales clerks or other sources. (Wall Street Journal, Jan 2009)<br />97% of consumers use the Internet to research products or services in their local area (Kelsey Group, March 2010)<br />79% of smartphone consumers use their phones to help with shopping, from comparing prices, finding more product info to locating a retailer (Google & Ipsos OTX, April 2011)<br />Whether you are doing business online or offline, potential customers are searching for your business to gather relevant information before they make a purchase.<br />
  6. 6. Your Online Brand: 3 Considerations<br />Consistency <br />Do you have a consistent look and feel?<br />Visibility<br />What percentage of the SERP’s do you own for branded searches?<br />Sentiment<br />What are consumers saying about your brand?<br />
  7. 7. Brand Consistency<br />Potential customers searching for you online are seeking information about what your business offers, what they can expect from you, etc.<br />A consistent brand makes sure that you are answering these questions the same way on every online platform you use.<br />This includes both written messages and visual cues (graphics/logos/color schemes).<br />
  8. 8. Brand Consistency (continued) <br />
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  12. 12. Brand Consistency (continued)<br />Considerations for Getting Started<br />Start Small: Simple graphical customizations to your Facebook profile photo or Twitter background can go a long way.<br />Plan Your Message: Different social media platforms have different character limitations. Craft your primary message so that it can be broken down into smaller snippets (150 words, 50 words, 25 words).<br />
  13. 13. Brand Visibility<br />How easy is it to find your brand online?<br />Take the time now <br />to do a test search <br />on Google for your <br />company name. <br />What do you see?<br />
  14. 14. Brand Visibility (continued)<br />
  15. 15. Brand Visibility (continued)<br />
  16. 16. Improving Your Brand Visibility<br />Social Media<br />LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Etc.<br />Content Distribution<br />Press Releases, Articles, Blogs<br />Directory Listings<br />Manta, MerchantCircle.com, Google Business Listings<br />Multimedia<br />Photos, Videos<br />
  17. 17. Custom Social Media URL’s<br />Twitter<br />http://twitter.com/milestech<br />Facebook<br />http://www.facebook.com/MilesTechnologies<br />LinkedIn<br />http://www.linkedin.com/company/miles-technologies<br />
  18. 18. Custom URL’s<br />Twitter URL: <br />Defined by your username (some character limitations)<br />Facebook URL: <br />Once your page has 25 fans, you can set your username.<br />Go to facebook.com/username as the person who created the fan page. Then, click “set a username for your pages” and you’ll be free to set your name.<br />Important Note: Once you set a username for a page, you cannot change it!<br />
  19. 19. Custom URL’s (continued)<br />LinkedIn Public Profile<br />
  20. 20. Custom URL’s (continued)<br />Click “Edit Profile” to customize your URL:<br />
  21. 21. Custom URL’s (continued)<br />
  22. 22. Brand Sentiment<br />What are users saying about your brand on social media sites?<br />
  23. 23. Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
  24. 24. Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
  25. 25. Brand Sentiment<br />What does this mean for your online brand?<br />To protect your brand, you must implement a plan to monitor and respond to consumers via social media platforms.<br />
  26. 26. Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />Monitoring Your Online Brand<br />Facebook<br />If you are the owner/admin of a page, you are eligible to receive an email from Facebook every time a user posts or comments on your wall.<br />Twitter<br />Twitter will alert you via email when one of your followers mentions you on the site.<br />
  27. 27. Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />An additional tool for monitoring your online brand: Google Alerts<br />Google Alerts are email updates that alert you when a specific phrase is indexed by Google. <br />
  28. 28. Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />To set up Google alerts, go to http://www.google.com/alerts<br />
  29. 29. Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />
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  36. 36. Brand Sentiment (continued)<br />Responding to consumers via social media platforms.<br />Considerations:<br />Creating a plan before an incident arises is the best way to ensure proper response (to both positive and negative feedback).<br />Who will respond?<br />What types of responses are appropriate?<br />What is the goal for timely response to brand sentiment issues?<br />
  37. 37. Thank you for joining us!<br />Questions about today’s presentation?<br />Need help implementing these & other tools?<br />Interested in a free SEO Evaluation?<br />Contact Us!www.MilesTechnologies.com800-496-8001<br />Courtney Gager: Lead Online Marketing & PR Specialistcourtney@4miles.com<br />
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