Social Media - The Revolution

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The Revolution Will Not Be Televised. It Will Be Socialized.

You are living in a period of unprecedented power given to the common man. We have seen it most clearly in Iran, Tunisia and Egypt.

There are countless stories where people with no power were given power because of the tools that are available to them today.

This has a direct effect to you and your business. The power of revolution not only can topple governments it can topple businesses.

We will look at how this is directly effecting businesses of all sizes today and what you can do about it.

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Social Media - The Revolution

  1. 2. My Name Is Sage
  2. 4. But first, a story.
  3. 15. What I Didn’t Do
  4. 16. That was 2007, 2008, 2009
  5. 17. 2010
  6. 22. What I Didn’t Do
  7. 23. 4 Lessons
  8. 24. Lesson #1
  9. 25. NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOUR PRODUCTS
  10. 26. NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOUR PRODUCTS
  11. 27. NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOUR PRODUCTS
  12. 28. I’M SERIOUS
  13. 29. People only care about themselves and solving problems
  14. 30. Lesson #2
  15. 31. Don’t be this guy.
  16. 36. Don’t Be Howard
  17. 37. Since 2007 he has said nothing
  18. 38. Local Search Listings Are Coming To The Seed Industry
  19. 40. PLEASE! Add and VERIFY your business at Google.com/places
  20. 41. Lesson #3
  21. 42. Don’t underestimate the power of Social Media.
  22. 46. Businesses of all sizes are impacted by social media.
  23. 47. Lesson #4
  24. 48. Go with the flow
  25. 50. The most helpful favorable review
  26. 51. The most helpful critical review
  27. 52. “ Sales of the kitsch Three Wolf Moon T-shirt shot up 2,300% after a spate of ironic reviews went viral.”
  28. 53. “ We'll take ironic fashion any day.... and we're printing another 400,000 more t-shirts...it's just a fantastic thing.” The Mountain’s art director Michael McGloin
  29. 54. Tools
  30. 55. Monitor Your Brand words with: Google Alerts search.twitter.com Trackur.com
  31. 56. Get involved using: Blogger.com Wordpress Facebook Pages Twitter

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