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Slide deck that supported my presentation "You Only Get What You Give" at www.going-solo.net on the effective use of social media for branding

Slide deck that supported my presentation "You Only Get What You Give" at www.going-solo.net on the effective use of social media for branding

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  • If you’ve started playing in the world of social media, wonderful. Keep it up. Take risks, make mistakes. Just do me a favor, and learn from them as you go? Some of you may have noticed, a Digg storm doesn’t get you very far…

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  • 1. You Only Get What You Give. Laura Fitton Pistachio Consulting Inc. www.PistachioConsulting.com [email_address] 800-747-1941 @Pistachio
  • 2.
    • You will learn:
    • to help clients to find you and make it easy for them to hire you
    • the importance of developing thought leadership and building mindshare
    • to establish credibility, trust and authority by giving away your best ideas… but never the implementation
    • to optimize your time investment in networking, prospecting and sales
    • how to establish an authentic and transparent presence online
    • why the more you give away, the more will come back to you
    • how having fun and tapping into your passions makes you more desirable to work with
  • 3. Why You? They know (and like) you. They like your ideas. They know you will do a good job. You are ALL ABOUT them.
  • 4. Web 2.0
  • 5. Web WHO .0?
  • 6. Photo Credit: (cc) matrianklw on flickr.com
  • 7. Gravity.
  • 8. Photo Credit: (cc) Hamed Saber on flickr.com
  • 9. Social Media Makes Money?
  • 10. Social Media Builds Value.
  • 11. Social Media Builds Business
  • 12. Social Media is Nothing New
  • 13. Photo Credit: (cc) jerryfletcher on flickr.com
  • 14. Social Media is Knowledge
  • 15. Knowledge is Socially Mediated Photo Credit: (cc) fredoalvarez on flickr.com
  • 16. Knowledge is Socially Mediated
  • 17. Knowledge is Social ly Media ted
  • 18. Photo Credit: (cc) gregor_y on flickr.com
  • 19. Markets are Socially Mediated
  • 20. Markets are Social ly Media ted
  • 21. Welcome Mat
  • 22. Sarcastic Welcome Mat Photo Credit: (cc) rbieber on flickr.com Photo Credit: (cc) rbieber on flickr.com
  • 23. Shortcuts? Tricks?
  • 24. [animal doing a trick] Photo Credit: (cc) redjar on flickr.com
  • 25. No.
  • 26. What Would Twitter Do? anniemal toe the water. make 1 SM tactic a pilot program and see what works. You don't have to do everything at once in a grand way. jimphelps "If you use social media to annoy me, I will block you and I'll tell my friends you suck. Be sure you offer real value.” Jassim Ali Its not a single flick of a switch act of magic :-) raw_dan be friendly, and write only interesting and useful things Susan Scrupski "stay connected and informed on Twitter." #1 soc media tip. MarkSalinas Keep a level tone Barbara K. Baker Do research well to find socnet(s) that best suits audience. Join community & be committed, honest & consistent. Marvin "eMarv" Corea get known by helping others Melanie Baker To quote @alexaclark, "You know know what people can bring to the party if you don't invite them". get to know people just for the sake of getting to know them. You never know what they might mean to life/work later on. Barbara Ling Promote your 'the benefits of my site to you' link Vinny Goldsmith give as much free information and advice as is economically possible - it establishes you as the source of expertise karenswim Pick one or two and then be an active participant Rob Blatt Make sure your image is the same across al networks.
  • 27. What Matters?
  • 28. Listen.
  • 29. Listen. Photo Credit: (cc) gari.baldi on flickr.com
  • 30. Be Human.
  • 31. Be Human. Photo Credit: (cc) gebala on flickr.com
  • 32. Know Yourself.
  • 33. Know Yourself. Photo Credit: (cc) gi on flickr.com
  • 34. Be Useful.
  • 35. Be Useful. “ Never Have an Ordinary Day.”® Photo Credit: (cc) my MacBook :-)
  • 36. Help Others.
  • 37. Help Others. Photo Credit: (cc) finds on flickr.com
  • 38. Connect.
  • 39. Connect. Photo Credit: (cc) eschipul on flickr.com
  • 40. Love Matters. Love Lasts.
  • 41. Love Matters. Love Lasts. Photo Credit: (cc) prakhar on flickr.com
  • 42. VALUE. visibility relevance relationships social capital community ideas trust
  • 43. Surrender Dorothy
  • 44. www.Twitter.com/pistachio …follow me