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Social Media Goes Multi-platform
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Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
Social Media Goes Multi-platform
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Social Media Goes Multi-platform

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Businesses began dipping their toes into the social media pool as early as 2005, but the last two years saw them jump in with both feet. One of the primary developments in the social media landscape …

Businesses began dipping their toes into the social media pool as early as 2005, but the last two years saw them jump in with both feet. One of the primary developments in the social media landscape driving the rapid expansion of activities was that Marketers warmed to the idea that using multiple social media channels together, and coordinating messages between them, collectively achieved a greater impact than if the tools were used in isolation.

This is among the preliminary results of a multi-client research study undertaken by Paul Gillin Communications in early 2010. The purpose of the study, which will be ongoing during the year, is to document the extent to which businesses of all sizes are adopting multiplatform social media strategies, assess satisfaction with this diversified communications approach and record best practices and metrics that are emerging from their early experiences.

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    • 1. Social media multiplier – a research report<br />Paul Gillin<br />April 1, 2010<br />
    • 2. Go Where the People Are<br />32 million members<br />44 million members<br />300 million members<br />1 billion daily views<br />1 million daily visitors<br />6 million daily visitors<br />1.5 million daily visitors<br />10 million members<br />50 million members<br />
    • 3. Top-Line Findings - Interim<br /><ul><li>Social Media has reached critical mass in corporations
    • 4. Organizations are turning their attention to popular gathering spots
    • 5. Multi-platform deployment and management are critical new issues
    • 6. ROI metrics are still ad hoc
    • 7. A multiplier factor exists but few can quantify it
    • 8. Twitter has become the killer app</li></li></ul><li>Credibility Through Validation<br />Source: Elliance, Inc.<br />
    • 9. Social Media Platforms in Use<br />
    • 10. Who are the principal audiences for your company's social media efforts? <br />
    • 11. Platform Adoption by Year<br />55 respondents<br />
    • 12. Effectiveness Compared to ExpectationsFrom most positive to least positive<br />
    • 13. ROI Perception<br />
    • 14. Planned Changes in Social Media Activity, Next 12 Months<br />
    • 15. What has been the business impact of your company's use of multiple social media platforms? <br />
    • 16. Sales<br />Conversions<br />Search rank<br />Leads<br />Conversations<br />Cost per lead<br />Retweets<br />Comments<br />Verbatims: Most Common Metrics<br />
    • 17. Verbatims: What They’re Doing Now<br />“A new blog entry is typically also communicated on Twitter or cross-posted on Facebook.”(multiple mentions)<br />“We leverage content that we produce across all of the social networks - and then engage in each conversation that follows.”<br />“All product launches now have a social media component.<br />“We repackage everything through our content marketing site in industry-specific LinkedIn groups."<br />
    • 18. Typical Multi-Platform Scenario<br />Corporate website<br />Feed Aggregator<br />Partner website<br />Email Newsletter<br />
    • 19. Sodexo Recruiters<br /><ul><li>Most of the company‘s 60 recruiters user Twitter and other social media to meet hiring demand.
    • 20. Focus is on building relationships and enthusiasm among prospective employees
    • 21. Traffic to careers site up 182% in last two years, job applications up 25%. Recruitment ad costs down $300K</li></ul>Principal Value<br />“The human touch is essential. People know there’s somebody behind the message and the photo.”<br />-Kerry Noone, Manager, Marketing Communications<br /><ul><li>Improved applicant quality
    • 22. Image of Sodexo as progressive young company
    • 23. Recruitment costs substantially reduced</li></li></ul><li>Ford’s Content Factory<br /><ul><li>Constantly delivers news about the company’s reinvention using every available media social channel.
    • 24. Press releases paired with video, images, audio whenever possible
    • 25. Everything is shareable, nearly all is tweeted
    • 26. Key metrics: retweets, Facebook comments, media coverage, awareness studies</li></ul>Principal Value<br /><ul><li>Demonstration often beats description
    • 27. Multimedia conveys excitement
    • 28. Bottom-up combined with top-down for maximum impact
    • 29. Social media drives ongoing engagement via e-mail</li></ul>“We use whatever channel we can to spread the message.”<br />-Scott Monty, head of social media<br />
    • 30. AskPatty’s Syndication Wizardry<br /><ul><li>Syndication partners include TwitterMoms, BlogHer, Parenthood.com, SheKnows
    • 31. Articles automatically posted to bookmarking sites, multiple Facebook fan pages
    • 32. Spokesperson for Rain-X Division of Shell Oil, Mobil1 division of Exxon/Mobil
    • 33. Hired for 12-part video series on AutoNet TV </li></ul>Principal Value<br />“My inbox is overflowing every day with people who want speakers, partnerships, training and certifications.”<br />-Jody DeVere, CEO<br /><ul><li>10M quarterly impressions
    • 34. 100-fold amplification of blog/Web content
    • 35. CEO developing side business as automotive social media consultant</li></li></ul><li>Coke’s Global Expedition<br /><ul><li>Three ambassadors selected by community are visiting all 206 countries in 2010
    • 36. Travels documented through all available media; no advertising support
    • 37. Promotion channels target international audiences: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Bebo, Orkut, Tencent CC</li></ul>Principal Value<br />“Consumers who participate with our brand online have a higher purchase intent”<br />-Adam Brown, Director , Office of Digital Communications & Social Media, <br /><ul><li>400M media impressions in first 22 days
    • 38. Invitation and welcoming committees formed spontaneously around the globe
    • 39. Reinforces message of happiness, youth</li></li></ul><li>Management Challenges<br />Who speaks for the company?<br />What restrictions should exist on what they can say?<br />When to use a corporate vs. a personal presence?<br />Who takes action and how?<br />How to scale real-time public customer service?<br />What to do about negativity?<br />How to organize for continuous online interaction?<br />How do we avoid this?<br />
    • 40. Marketing Challenges<br />Coke on LinkedIn…<br />Audience segmentation?<br />Appropriate messaging?<br />When to pitch?<br />Metrics and ROI?<br />Marketing integration?<br />Roles and governance?<br />What to avoid?<br />Resources and budgets<br />and on Facebook<br />
    • 41. Thank you!<br />Paul Gillin<br />508-656-0734<br />paul@gillin.com<br />gillin.com<br />Twitter: pgillin<br />NewInfluencers.com <br />Free weekly newsletter at gillin.com<br />SSMMbook.com<br />Coming late 2010: Social Marketing to the Business Customer<br />By Paul Gillin & Eric Schwartzman<br />

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