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A presentation on social media for the Inland Empire (California) chapter of the Public Relations Society of America

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  • Shel Holtz, ABC PRSA Inland Empire Communicating on the Read-Write Web
  • Truths
  • New media do not kill old media.
  • The audience controls the message.
  • Numbers don’t matter.
  • The long tail “We sold more books today that didn’t sell at all yesterday than we sold today of all the books that did sell yesterday.”
  • Institutions must engage in the conversation.
  • Institutions must cede control of the message in order to participate in the conversation.
    • Low barriers to entry
    • + Pervasive access
    • + Growing broadband
    • = The Net’s original promise
  • Whom do we trust?
    • We trust…
    • Each other
    • Independent subject matter experts
    • NGOs
    • We don’t trust…
    • Business
    • Government
    • Mainstream media
    -- Edelman Trust Barometer “ A person like me” is the most credible spokesperson for companies
  • The Net’s original promise + Shifts in trust + Demands for transparency = Profound change
  • The Era of Social Computing The social structure in which technology puts power in communities, not institutions
  • Communication Choices
  • Consumer Generated Content
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    • 1.6 million posts per day (18.6 per second)
    • 175,000 new blogs every day (2 every second)
    • Similar growth in other social media
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  • Positive Citizen Marketing
  • Negative Citizen Marketing
  • Participating in the Conversation
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  • Attack of the blogs! (and podcasts…and wikis…)
  • A Response Matrix
    • Do nothing
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  • A Response Matrix
    • Do nothing
    • Respond on initiating vehicle
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  • A Response Matrix
    • Do nothing
    • Respond on initiating vehicle
    • Respond on your blog
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  • A Response Matrix
    • Do nothing
    • Respond on initiating vehicle
    • Respond on your blog
    • Respond traditionally
  • Starting the Conversation
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  • Let’s go to a tea partay
  • Open Source Marketing
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  • A Review of Social Media Tools
  • RSS
    • Make your content available
    • Subscribe to content you want
    • Infrastructure
    • An attention device
    • Increasing adoption
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  • Blogs
    • Journals
    • Authentic human voices
    • Targeted focus
    • Designed for conversation
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  • Podcasts
    • Niche audio programming
    • Time-shifted
    • Subscribe
    • Listen while doing something else
    • Listen while away from the computer
    • Build community
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  • Wikis
    • Collaborative, editable web pages
    • Monitor your entries (e.g., Wikipedia)
    • Give audiences a voice
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  • Social Networks
    • People find each other
    • Be part of the networks
    • Examples:
      • LinkedIn
      • MySpace
      • Second Life
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  • Tagging & “Edge” Content
    • Make yourself findable
    • Contribute to the folksonomy
    • Examples:
      • Flickr
      • YouTube
      • del.icio.us
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  • The New Media News Release
    • Rehabilitate the newsless news release
    • Fast access to usable content
    • Leverage all campaign-related assets
    • Encourage engagement and sharing
    • Serve media-enabled & niche audiences
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  • The New Media News Release
    • What you can do right now
      • Tags, links and assets
      • Optimize
      • Post and distribute
  • Conversation…
    • Shel Holtz, ABC
    • Podcast: www.forimmediaterelease.biz
      • Comment Line: +1 206 222 2803
      • Email: fircomments@gmail.com
    • Blog: blog.holtz.com
    • Phone: 415.367.3820
    • Email: shel@holtz.com
    This document is protected under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license. No commercial use, no changes. But feel free to share it, post it, print it, or copy it. Original cartoons by Hugh MacLeod (gapingvoid.com). Used with permission. … listen to my podcast… … and watch my videocast