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  • Creative Exchange Introduction to Digital Marketing Trainer: Susi O’Neill 28 th September 2010
  • Today’s programme
    • Introduction to social marketing
    • Digital health check
    • Web/social media stats and analytics
    • Mobile media
    • Pay-per-click advertising
    • Effective email marketing
    • Blogging
    • Search engine optimisation (SEO)
    • Social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn
    • Action plan: Preparing your e-marketing strategy Video: Social media in plain English
  • SOCIAL MEDIA
  • We’re not in Kansas anymore
  • Yesterday’s social media technologies
  • Today’s social media technologies
  • Today’s social media applications
  • Social media content
  • Your social graph
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  • We haz an iPad strategy?
  • Why a social media strategy?
  • Changing the game “ When we change how we communicate, we change society.” Clay Shirky, Here Comes Everybody
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  • “ Achieving conventional goals, such as profits and joy, with unconventional methods, such as investing energy instead of money ” (gmarketing.com) Social media is a new name for an old thing
  • Isn’t the web inherently social? Usenet Newsgroup, established 1981 (now Google Groups)
  • Isn’t the web inherently social? Google Wave, collaborative communication tool, launched Sept 2009 (RIP Aug 2010)
  • Old media: lean back
  • New media – lean forward
  • Old media: New media
  • From direct to personalised marketing David Wilcox, The Social Reporter
  • “ Markets are conversations. When you think of the internet, think of a table for two.” The Cluetrain Manifesto
  • “ Your product will only survive in a crowded marketplace if you stop advertising and start innovating. The old ways of marketing are dead – and being safe is now risky” Seth Godin, Purple Cow
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  • Social media is conversational
  • The three types of e-marketing
    • Transactional
    • E-Commerce
    • Direct marketing
    • 2. Promotional
    • Online content Viral marketing Email marketing Brand sponsored media
    • Conversational
    • Digital engagement Social networking Web 2.0/ shared data,/bookmarking User-generated content
  • The three types of e-marketing
    • Transactional
    • E-Commerce
    • Direct marketing
    • 2. Promotional
    • Online content Viral marketing Email marketing Brand sponsored media
    • Conversational
    • Digital engagement Social networking Web 2.0/ shared data,/bookmarking User-generated content
    Social Media
  • The social media shamrock
  • The seven roads of social media
    • Generate new work
    • Customer service
    • 3. Improve customer retention
    • 4. Increase your knowledge
    • 5. Align with your competitors
    • 6. Establish authority as an expert
    • 7. Do business more productively PCM Creative www.pcmcreative.co.uk
  • How does social media marketing work? 100 passionate users 1000 true fans
  • Source: Altimeter
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  • Social media accounts for 1/6 of time online
  • The rise of the digital native Born after 1980 20,000 hours online by age 20 93% of 12-29 years olds online 73% use social networks
  • Prosumer (Consumer as producer)
  • Comparing Digital natives with silver surfers Forrester: 2009
  • Social media speeds up the sales funnel
  • Signal to noise ratio
  • How are you finding it so far?
  • Small business case studies
  • Wiggly Wigglers, Herefordshire Dell Global Small Business Excellence Award, 2008 Worm video Online
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    • #Moonfruit
    • Twitter campaign to
    • Win a Macbook pro: 600% web traffic increase Doubled sign-ups
    • Top trending topic on Twitter
    • Blendtec: Will it blend? Selling a $399 blender through a video series Sales increase: 20% Cost of 5 videos: $50 Promotional tools: YouTube and Digg Outcome: TV appearances on prime time TV Video
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  • Developing a social marketing strategy
  • Strategies: POST (external) People Strategies: POST (external) People Objectives Strategy Technology Taken from ‘Groundswell’ (Forrester, 2008) Josh Bernoff & Charlene Li
  • Strategies: POST (internal)
  • Strategies: SEAT
  • The 5 Cs of online marketing
  • Keywords Wordle.net for Creative Exchange on Twitter ( @cexderby )
  • Social media functions Listening : Credit Mutuel – If I were a banker Talking : P&G BeingGirl Energizing : Scottevest , Norman Records Supporting: Dell Development : Sales Force , Lego Users Group Network
  • Social strategy planning process Phase 2: Testing & planning Phase 3: Implementation Phase 4: Measurement & review Phase 1: Listening
  • Return on investment (direct marketing)
    • Digital
    • activity
    Customer interaction End sale
    • Metrics: Website traffic from social platforms On site conversion from social marketing Size of network (fans, followers, friends)
  • Return on engagement (relationship marketing)
    • Conversation
    interaction Reduced cost/ Increased sale
    • Metrics: Website traffic from social platforms Quality of network (relevancy and influence) Volume and percentage of network interaction
  • Any Questions?
  • Your web & social media health check
  • Competitor analysis Organisation Website ranking (Alexa.com) Twitter followers Facebook fans Inbound links (Alexa.com) Key features Me My peer My mentor My key influencer My hero
  • User personas
    • Who are they?
    • Why are they coming to your site?
    • Where from? What value can you give them? How are they finding you?
    • When in their buying cycle?
  • Stats and analysis
  • The mobile web
  • The social web goes mobile
  • Third Spaces
  • Pay-per-click advertising
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  • Pay-per-click tips: Use for event specific campaigns Use geographic filtering Work on landing page Ensure keywords are relevant Do test campaigns Intensively research keywords Check regularly, watch your budget
  • Other types of advertising: LinkedIn Facebook (targeted by profile demographics) Specialist website
  • Email Marketing: Case studies Innocent Smoothies – community Cheap Flights – sales Flavourpill – daily culture
  • Comparing email and social media
  • Email marketing tips:
    • Post regularly, keep to promise
    • Post previous example online
    • Ask for minimum data at sign-up
    • Add value e.g. Announcements
    • Segment data where appropriate
    • Use call-to-action subject lines
    • Use A-B testing MailChimp
  • Blogging: Platforms: WordPress TypePad Blogger New and product blogs: Created in Birmingham English Cut 4IP Photo blog: Inside a Black Apple Clore Leadership Program Video blog: Documentally
  • Blogging tips:
    • Consider how a blog complements other content strands e.g. news, events, PR
    • Create keyword rich content relating to your projects
    • Create posts mainly of 300 words or more
    • Use embedded images, photos, video & audio
    • Have a minimum update frequency
    • Use multiple authors Beginner’s guide to Blogging: digitalconsultant.co.uk/research
  • Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
    • Improving visibility by ‘Organic’ unpaid search engine results
    • Research keywords – add across site
    • Use accessible design and content management
    • Make your content findable/shareable in social media, especially YouTube and Twitter
  • Social Media Platforms
  • Social networks are the spokes of your web hub Your Website
  • Social networks: Twitter
    • Hootsuite
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  • Facebook
    • Pages:
    • TateModern Mashable Coca Cola Dominos Pizzas Creative Nottingham
  • Facebook tips
    • Link website news to status updates
    • Allow people to comment/share/interact
    • Add multimedia content periodically (photos, video)
    • Allow customers to upload their own photo/video content
    • Don’t link from Twitter to Facebook!
  • LinkedIn
    • Answers show your expertise (or ask questions)
    • Company profile
    • Promote events
  • Ning www.creative-enterprise-network.com
  • Action planning
  • More resources Creative Exchange – media & e-marketing courses Social Marketing Strategy Tues 12 th October, £99 Introduction to Multiplatform Production and Marketing, Tues 26 th October, £195 Digital Strategy – Thurs 28th October, £150 www.derby.ac.uk/creative-exchange Creative Industries Network, Derby Database of Derbyshire creative businesses including web & marketing www.creative-cin.co.uk
  • Thank you
    • Susi O’Neill, Digital Consultant www.digitalconsultant.co.uk
    • Twitter @susioneill LinkedIn/Facebook @susioneill
    • email: [email_address] Tel: 07981 222799