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Capitalising on the social media movement - IHRSA European Congress October 2010

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This is a copy of the combined presentation delivered by Ray Algar, Jon Moody, Gianluca Scazzosi and Rasmus Ingerslev at the IHRSA European Congress held in Barcelona during October 2010

This is a copy of the combined presentation delivered by Ray Algar, Jon Moody, Gianluca Scazzosi and Rasmus Ingerslev at the IHRSA European Congress held in Barcelona during October 2010

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  • 1. Capitalising on the Social Media Movement IHRSA Europe Congress, Barcelona, October 2010 (picture source: Flickr: dullhunk
  • 2. Explore the way in which the web is changing from a one-way to a more collaborative and ‘social’ medium
  • 3. Overview of the different social media channels and platforms
  • 4. Evaluate how other industries are using social media to build enthusiastic followers
  • 5. Examine how European clubs are harnessing the power of social media to forge relationships with members
  • 6. Gain an understanding of some of the key principles upon which a company can begin to develop a social media strategy
  • 7. Our Panel Ray Algar, Marketing Strategist Oxygen Consulting Jon Moody, Social Media Strategist ASOMO Gianluca Scazzosi, Senior Partner Wellink Rasmus Ingerslev, CEO Fresh Fitness / Wexer
  • 8. Who in the audience has an active…
  • 9. How often do you update your networks?
  • 10. Before the web
  • 11. Interruption marketing
  • 12. Early web harnessed by business
  • 13. Source: Ryan Turner, Social Media Lead for ZAAZ
  • 14. The web is now conversational and ‘social’
  • 15. It connects consumers in unprecedented ways
  • 16. Consumers now have an online voice
  • 17. www.oreilly.de Network effect
  • 18. Who is an Apple fan?
  • 19. How many people have watched this video?
  • 20. How many comments?
  • 21. Capitalising on the Social Media Movement Jonathan Moody, Social Media Strategist, ASOMO (picture source: Flickr: dullhunk
  • 22. Why social media? • "You have to perceive before you can protect, participate and project. • Where? - Channels & platforms • Who? Not just marketing/sales • Engagement guidelines • Transformative success • Health and fitness club perceptions
  • 23. Why social media? • Every opinion on the internet creates further opinion on and offline. • A wide range of opinion holders – including actual, former, potential, competitor customers. • Opinon content is proactive and free (not elicited or constrained by pre- defined questionnaries). • This opinion is growing in credibility and influence on purchase decisions.
  • 24. Channels & Platforms: World View
  • 25. Channels & Platforms: Types Graphic: Brian Solis socialware © 2001-2010
  • 26. Channels & Platforms: Relevance • Omnipresence impossible: you can’t be everywhere! • Discover where people are talking about your club/chain or the issues you are passionate about. • Keep it local, keep it relevant: Fitness groups on Facebook in your area? Running club blog in your town? Obesity discussion group? Follow the local Weightwatchers club on Twitter Sports technology discussion board? Does that triathlon forum have a sub- group for your region? Source Yes/No Blog posts Y Blog comments Y Discussion boards Y Usenet Y Product review sites Y Photo sharing (e.g., Flickr) Y Video sharing (e.g.,YouTube) Y Podcasts Y Social networks Y Social news (e.g., Digg, Reddit) Y Microblogging (e.g., Twitter) Y Print media Y Television Y Radio Y Other
  • 27. Who? – Not just marketing & sales Graphic: Elliance 2008 All Rights Reserved socialware © 2001-2010
  • 28. Engagement Guidelines I • LISTEN UP! You need to perceive before you can protect, participate and project. When in Rome… • Adopt behaviours and processes. Listening might be enough. • Create authentic relationships. Do you want an agency to create your relationships for you? • In-house/outsourced: get the balance right/dedicate the resources. • Identify objectives / define degree of control / assign tasks. • Are you comfortable with the tools? What suits you? • Social media myths: it’s free / completely automated / fun.
  • 29. Engagement Guidelines II • Content is King: plan it and leverage it. • It’s not what you know, but who you know: audience/influence. • Optimise it. Field of Dreams: If you build it, will they come? • Rome was not built in a day: time, effort & resources. • Perpetual Beta: experiment but complete. • Connect, communicate, share, help, reciprocate, recommend. • Don’t hard sell: conversation not campaigning. Marketing with people not to people. • Be authentic, stay on topic & know when to remain silent.
  • 30. Transformative Success
  • 31. Transformative Success
  • 32. Transformative Success
  • 33. Transformative Successes
  • 34. Health Club Perceptions • Context: online opinion mobilising around 10 UK national health club chains February – September 2007. 781 opinions from 174 opinion holders from a range of social media. • Focus - Tangible and intangible aspects: Brand, Facilities, Membership, Service Experience • Questions: Have things changed and if so, how? Are perceptions different for individual clubs/small chains? Are perceptions different in other markets? • Topline: 41.4% of opinions positive – compare other sectors.
  • 35. Health Club Perceptions: Who?
  • 36. Health Club Perceptions: What?
  • 37. Recommendations • Commit: to a comprehensive audit to understand the scope and nature of opinion mobilising around your club, chain and/or brand. • Discuss & implement: strategic (on going, pro-active) and tactical (club level reactive) actions to re-balance sentiment. • Agree: code of practice for staff and other stakeholders. See Telstra Social Media Engagement Policy 3Rs: Represent, Responsability & Respect • Integrate: online sentiment with other forms of feedback and data collection – feed into continuous improvement cycle.
  • 38. Contact Jonathan Moody jonathan.moody@asomo.net Bilbao: +34 944 760 727 Mobile: +34 663 98 78 68 LONDON | PARIS | FRANKFURT | AMSTERDAM | MILANO | BILBAO
  • 39. Capitalising on the Social Media Movement G.Luca Scazzosi, Wellink (picture source: Flickr: dullhunk
  • 40. Topics • Which social medium for clubs? • Do and Don’t – Common errors and best practices • Facebook strategies - Sales and leads generators
  • 41. The Economist Special Report
  • 42. More than 500.000.000 profiles
  • 43. Social Network UV/Month Reach Facebook 24.000.000 57% MySpace 1.900.000 5% Netlog 1.600.000 4% Badoo 1.800.000 4% Twitter 1.100.000 3% Linkedin 930.000 2% ITALY’S FIGURES
  • 44. Mistakes to avoid •Personal rather than company profile • Not interactive – Not responding to comments. Blocking posts • Not allowing fan’s media publications •Wall configuration not effective •Limiting the toolbar to wall and information
  • 45. Best practice •Targeted groups : encourage your team to create groups and personal profile linked to the company page • Interactive – Communicate events, information, news • Personalise – Personalise the toolbar • Landing page – Have a capture and promotion strategy
  • 46. You have 6 pages contemporaneously THE TOOLBAR
  • 47. THE LANDING PAGE Light, and not up date
  • 48. THE LANDING PAGE Indirect
  • 49. THE LANDING PAGE Proactive
  • 50. THE LANDING PAGE Emotional Proactive
  • 51. THE LANDING PAGE Aggressive
  • 52. How How much When
  • 53. Tips •Every 5 to 6 info’ and educational post to 1 infomercial • The fun page should be updated at least 3 times/ week •Facebook needs 3 to 5 hours per week to update
  • 54. The new joiner is invited to log in ( if she has a facebook page, if not we can create it right there ) LEADS GENERATION
  • 55. Look for the club and became a fan LEADS GENERATION
  • 56. Suggest to his friends to visit the club’s FB page LEADS GENERATION
  • 57. Make a selection to who invite LEADS GENERATION
  • 58. The friend confirm and became a club’s fun LEADS GENERATION
  • 59. Then if he want try the club….. LEADS GENERATION
  • 60. He leaves his contacts to download the guest pass and you have a new lead ! LEADS GENERATION
  • 61. Thank you gianlucascazzosi@wellink.it M +39 3351233132 www.wellink.it
  • 62. Capitalising on the Social Media Movement Rasmus Ingerslev, CEO Fresh Fitness/Wexer (picture source: Flickr: dullhunk
  • 63. • Get a URL that is easy to promote: • www.yourclubname.com/facebook • www.facebook.com/yourclubname • (FB URL available when 25 people or more like your page)
  • 64. • Use URL in marketing material: External ads Welcoming letter Newsletters On website
  • 65. • Track your club member to “fan” ratio • +10% should be the goal
  • 66. • Make yourself easy to like Build in like buttons on your website pages Make sure it is easy to like your FB page from your website
  • 67. • 43% of news sharing online is • done through social media Email 30% SMS 15% Instant messenger 12%
  • 68. • Like is free advertising Like appears on profile Average user has 130 friends
  • 69. • CONNECT
  • 70. • google ranking
  • 71. 2.000.000.000 number of videos watched daily
  • 72. Free way of advertising your club/product
  • 73. Videos google ranking
  • 74. Embed on site to boost views
  • 75. •THANKS • Rasmus E. Ingerslev • Skype & Twitter: ringerslev • LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/ringerslev • Mail: rasmus@freshfitness.dk