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Presentation to the toronto health board on how to leverage web 2.0 and social media for health promotion

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  • Health Care Tool box 2.0 Need multi-channel image
  • It used to be that new media was an afterthought in the marketing space
  • Communications were pretty simple
  • We were a paper driven society
  • ... And then things changed
  • and became a bit more complicated
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  • “ The world is in the middle of an ongoing conversation . A marketer’s challenge and job is to enter that conversation and when you do join in, you had better be prepared to add value .” John D Hayes – CMO American Express
  • Today you will learn how to extend the conversation and leverage the power of web 2.0 and social media to educate, engage and track public perceptions on health related topics
  • Before you can add value and extend the conversation, there a few things you should know…
  • Did you know?
      • “ Social networking sites are the hottest attraction on the Internet, dethroning pornography and highlighting a major change in how people communicate”
      • Belinda Goldsmith, Globe and Mail
      • – Sept 16, 2008
  • Agenda
    • Web 2.0 and Social Media
      • Canadian Interactive stats
      • Introductions to the tools and definitions
      • Using web 2.0 and social media to promote health awareness and change behaviours
    • Tracking public perceptions using web 2.0 and social media
    • Pitfalls of social media
    • Q&A
  • The Canadian Interactive landscape
    • Canadians are the second most engaged country online with an average of 43 hours / month spent online.
    • 4,000 more page views per month than any other country
    • 23 million online users in Canada
    • 61% of those aged 55+ have been online
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  • What is Web 2.0?
  • Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0
    • Ofoto  Flickr
    • Napster  Free internet radio (last.fm)
    • Britannica Online  Wikipedia
    • Personal websites  Blogging
    • Domain name speculation  Search engine optimization
    • Publishing  Participation
    • Directories (taxonomy)  Tagging / social bookmarking (delicious)
    • Stickiness  Syndication
    • Forums  Social networking sites
  • What is Social Networking? http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =6a_KF7TYKVc
  • What is social networking/ media?
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  • Popular Social Media Sites
    • Socialstream
    Orkut MySpace Facebook LinkedIn Second Life
  • If all you are doing is printing brochures and maintaining a hard to find static website, you aren’t doing enough. You need to join the conversation online to extend how, where, and when you promote health and related topics
  • How?
  • Join the conversation here:
    • Facebook
    • Podcasting
    • Youtube
    • Twitter
  • Social media in Canada starts with
  • Canadian Facebook Stats
    • 4 th most visited site in the world
    • #1 social media site
    • #1 photo sharing site on the web
    • Demographics:
    • Over 9.5 million users
    • Canada is second largest network in the World!
    • 13.5 billion page views monthly
    • 43% Male 57% Female
    • 34% 18 to 24
    • 26% 25 to 34
    • 21% over 35
    • Engagement:
    • 75% of users visit at least once a day!
    • 2.6 average visits per visitor per day
    • 32.9 visits per month
    • 29.8 minutes per visitor per day
    • 378.6 minutes per month
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    • Build groups or fan pages to build awareness over topics and help change behaviours (and link to your website)
    • Participate in discussions in other groups and fan pages
    • Use facebook social ads to drive people to your page
    • Your facebook page / group may become more important than your website and other traditional channels
    What does this mean to TPH?
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  • YouTube
  • What this means to TPH
    • Cost effective way to distribute your message in a richer format
    • Subscribers will receive updates / notifications going forward
    • Consider sponsoring podcasts to extend your public health messages beyond traditional channels
  • friend or foe?
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  • Translation for You
    • Great way to get your finger on the pulse of the industry
    • Search for topics to monitor how often they are coming up
    • Research channel
    • Better understand how communications are evolving
    • Can be used as a broadcast channel when quick or urgent messages need to get out to the public
  • Leveraging web 2.0 to track public perception on health topics
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  • Get yourself a feed aggregator
  • Translation for you
    • You can syndicate / broadcast content on the web separate from your own website
    • Easy to track and monitor multiple sites and blogs with reader
    • Give people a compelling reason to click through to your site
    • Self-subscribe to keep on top of industry news and trends
  • Social bookmarking
  • Social Bookmarking in Plain English
  • Social Bookmarking /Tagging sites delicious Digg 43Things StumbleUpon
  • Translation for You
    • Easy (and free) to add to any web property you own or control
    • Great way to amplify word of mouth
    • Becoming more important that search for many
    • Makes your site more social and findable
    • It’s like having your friends pre-filter your google searches
  • Pitfalls of web 2.0/ social media
    • The cold start
    • You can’t control everything
    • Negative feedback
    • No hard selling
    • Rumours and speculation
    • The interweb never forgets
  • Conclusions
    • Web 2.0 isn’t one thing.. It’s an ongoing and evolving conversation online where the user now has more control than ever
    • TPH can leverage the tools to promote programs and modify behaviours over time by engaging people directly
    • Cost of entry is nearly zero
    • Unlike print, everything you do is measurable and trackable
  • Where do you start?
    • Facebook to promote & build awareness
    • RSS news aggregator to track the industry and the general public through blogs and news sites
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  • Let’s continue the conversation… Email: [email_address] Voice or SMS to 416-729-4268 LinkedIn profile: http:// www.linkedin.com/in/phryl Follow me on Twitter: http:// www.twitter.com/phryl Follow my Mobile & Interactive marketing blog: http:// www.burningthebacon.com http:// m.burningthebacon.com (mobile version) ‏ Check out other contributions at: http:// www.onedegree.ca http:// www.canadianmarketingblog.com / Phil Barrett (.mobi) ‏ Senior Director, Mobile & Interactive Carlson Marketing