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RTCM in a Connected World of Search and Social


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Updated version of my real time content marketing (RTCM) presentation, with additional slides and information. Most material is excerpted from my book, "Search and Social: The Definitive Guide to …

Updated version of my real time content marketing (RTCM) presentation, with additional slides and information. Most material is excerpted from my book, "Search and Social: The Definitive Guide to Real-Time Content Marketing."

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    • 1. Real-Time Content Marketing in a Connected World of Search and Social January 17, 2013
    • 2. Search and Social: The Definitive Guide to Real-TimeContent Marketing #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 2
    • 3. • Anyone who tweets the hashtags #searchsocial and #smg will receive a promo code for discount tickets online for the Studio Movie Grill• One randomly selected tweet will receive two free tickets #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 3
    • 4. @robgarner Without content, search engines and social networks do not exist #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 4
    • 5. @robgarner • Unsung pioneers in real-time, search and social • The basics of real-time content marketing • How search and social are becoming one • Why social signals are important to search • Why search is a strategic component of social • A list of social signals, and what signals engine pick up on • Google+: Author and Publisher Markup #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 5
    • 6. Key thinkers in networktheory, real time marketing, search, and social
    • 7. Dr. Manuel Castells and the Space of Flows 1995: “Networks transcend communications traditionally ruled by the space of places… which enables real-time communication across global boundaries…” #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 7
    • 8. How Regis McKenna Defined “Real-Time Marketing” in 1995 for Harvard Bus. Review• “To build customer loyalty...companies need to keep their customers engaged in a continuous dialogue.”• “Companies must keep the dialogue flowing and also maintain conversations with suppliers, distributors, and others in the marketplace.”• “[Real-time marketing must replace] the broadcast mentality.”• “[Real-time marketing must focus] on real-time customer satisfaction, providing the support, help, guidance, and information necessary to win customers’ loyalty.”• “Real-time marketing requires...being willing to learn how information technology is changing both customer behavior in marketing and to think in new ways about marketing within the organization.”• “[Real-time interaction] allows the customer and the producer to learn from each other and to respond to each other.”• “The customer still does all the work, hunting and pecking for information. But a real-time marketer would bring the information to the customer.” #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 8
    • 9. @robgarner begs the question… Is Regis McKenna one of the unsung pioneers of what we now call “social media marketing”? #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 9
    • 10. Sir Tim Berners-Lee“there is some reallyexciting work to be done onautomatic algorithms tomake multi-level searches.” Sir Tim Berners-Lee; May 14, 1992. #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 10
    • 11. Dr. Manuel Castells1995: “We are becoming a networked society” #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 11
    • 12. 2010-2013: The era of pervasive interactivity© 2012 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited
    • 13. @robgarner other words, the expectations of youraudience and customers have changed.They are “always addressable,” and theyexpect you to address them in real-time.
    • 14. Real-time implications on content publishing
    • 15. Fact: If you have a web site or any web presence, then you are a publisher 15
    • 16. New Reality: To meet the expectations of thealways addressable consumer, social marketers must become real-time content marketers 16
    • 17. Being a real-time content marketer means being always present with useful and engaging content for the always addressable consumer 17
    • 18. Elements of Real-Time Content Marketing • Organizational shifts from passive to real-time engagement • A redefining of audience • A redefining of brand to include the audience • In some cases, a redefinition of business practices • A greater commitment to sincerity • A reworking of the definition of social media to become more inclusive of search principles • A deep understanding and executional capability in search and findability issues • A deep understanding of building out earned attention in social networks • A redefinition of the word publishing • A commitment to being a “marketer as media publisher” #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 18
    • 19. @robgarner Real-time content marketing is not complete without a deep strategic,tactical, and logistical understanding of search and social together
    • 20. How Search and Social are Becoming One
    • 21. Natural Language • Language reflects the words, voice, tone, and tastes of audience • Used to find and connect with your audience through content and conversation • Language is a living concept, and SMMs are on the forefront of real-time audience linguistics • Enables of the spirit of your audience into brand of business conversation #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 22. Increased Opportunity: Social-only vs. SEO-only vs. Both SOCIAL SEO BOTH #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 22
    • 23. Choice: 2nd Tier SERP Visibility
    • 24. Why are Social Signals Important to Search?
    • 25. Shift in Linking Measurement: Social impact on SEO• Links are the cornerstones of natural search algorithms, and now social is a cornerstone as well• But influence of links has shifted greatly from webmasters and technical influencers, to the average Internet user• As a result, the social graph has taken a massive bite out of the link graph• Examples of this include: • Tweeting (not a direct link) • Publishing via blog CMS such as WordPress or Blogger • Rating, commenting, posting • +1s, Likes, various types of shares • Bookmarking • Etc. #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 25
    • 26. Social Signals Reveal High Velocity Content andInterests #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 27. Content Distribution: Passive #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 28. Content Distribution: Active #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 29. Why is Search a Strategic Component of Social?
    • 30. Search engines perform deep network analysis #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 31. Search data provides market research and show your audience’s tastes #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 32. Search metrics reflect content performance #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 33. Social networks have become algorithmic #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 34. Selected list of social signals and synergies #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 34
    • 35. Key social signals in Bing and Google #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 35
    • 36. Additional Considerationsfor Social Media Marketers
    • 37. @robgarner are connections to people #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 38. @robgarner participation is optimization #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 39. @robgarner is the new relevancy #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 40. @robgarner network reach is an SEO tactic #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 41. @robgarner user experience is real #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 42. @robgarner“Optimization” is an external usabilityissue for both search and social networks,and not “gaming” the system #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 43. @robgarner who use search engines alsouse social networks, and vice versa #SMCDallas #SearchSocial
    • 44. Google+ Authorship and Publishing Markup
    • 45. One thing you need to know about Google+:Google+ is not a destination – it’s a platform #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 45
    • 46. The Author Graph• Measures influence, authority, and theme, just the way Google measures other digital assets• Your influence is reflected by the quality and theme of the publications you write for, and by the relative social signals for those properties #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 46
    • 47. Publishers: Get a Google BadgeRemember: If you have a website, then you are a publisher • Google Badge is a way to connect your website directly to your Google profile • Google “strongly recommends” that webmasters and publishers make this connection. • Google also refers to it as an “enhanced version of the +1 button” • In effect, it creates a sort of handshake between your main web asset and your Google+ presence and verifies your web presence with Google as a publisher • Read more about Google Badges at . #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 47
    • 48. A few last thoughts • Knowing the interdependencies of search & social is the difference between being a good social media marketer, and a great one • Social media marketing now requires understanding of algorithmic optimization • With the proper understanding of SEO, social media marketers can take credit for some SEO visibility • Real-time expectations from your audience begets real-time content marketing strategies • Search engines and social networks do not exist without content • Be socially relevant #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 48
    • 49. Please review or rate and review the book #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 49
    • 50. Thank you - Questions Please review or rate the book on: #SMCDallas #SearchSocial 50