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Navigating Social Media Maze Four Leaf November 2009

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This presentation was developed for a PRSA chapter meeting. As an introductory presentation, the speaker presented ways to talk to clients about social media from getting them (and themselves) …

This presentation was developed for a PRSA chapter meeting. As an introductory presentation, the speaker presented ways to talk to clients about social media from getting them (and themselves) started to a social media case study.

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  • 1. Navigating the Social Media Maze Suzanne E. Henry Four Leaf Public Relations LLC www.FourLeafPR.com
  • 2. The Maze
  • 3.  
  • 4. Social Media Strategy
    • Being There  Strategy
  • 5. Social Media Campaigns Include
    • Deploy robust content
    • Over the right channels
    • With high engagement
  • 6. Getting Started
    • Blogs
    • LinkedIn
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • YouTube
  • 7. Getting Started
    • Blogs – Op/ed page gone wild
      • Industry competitors
      • Industry evangelists
    • LinkedIn
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • YouTube
  • 8. Getting Started
    • Blogs
    • LinkedIn –Resumes on steroids
      • Groups to join
      • Personal network
      • Questions to answer
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • YouTube
  • 9. Getting Started
    • Blogs
    • LinkedIn
    • Facebook – Family reunion/cocktail party/scrapbook sharing
      • Business to consumers
      • Business branding
    • Twitter
    • YouTube
  • 10. Getting Started
    • Blogs
    • LinkedIn
    • Facebook
    • Twitter – Instant messaging on steroids
      • 1/3 retweeting, 1/3 sharing resources, 1/3 banter
    • YouTube
  • 11. Getting Started
    • Blogs
    • LinkedIn
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • YouTube – If it can be filmed, it is
      • How-to videos
      • Home movies
      • News casts
      • Entertainment
  • 12.  
  • 13.
    • Sounds like too much work/ time constraints
    • I don’t understand/ afraid of change
    • Disinterest in dialogue with customers/clients
    • Lack of control over message/lack of privacy
    • It’s just for kids/lack of business successes
  • 14.
    • Sounds like too much work/time constraints
      • Yes. But soon certain channels will replace others
      • Yes. 20 hours a week
    • I don’t understand/ afraid of change
      • But, the competition does and is not afraid
    • Disinterest in dialogue with customers/clients
      • But, the competition is very interested
    • Lack of control over message/lack of privacy
      • Hall monitor
      • Two person team – message master/tech evangelist
      • Learn the privacy controls
    • It’s just for kids/lack of business successes
      • Not anymore.
  • 15. All Generations are Using Social Media
    • 78 million baby boomers (born before 1964)
      • 60% of baby boomers consume social media – Source: Forrester 
    • 79 million Generation Xers (born between 1964 and 1982)
      • Gen X, especially those who are 30-43, are the ones leading the charge for social computing over Generation Y – Source: Forrester 
    • 70 million Generation Y - New Millennials - Echo Boomers (born between 1982 – 2001)
      • 69% of students reported having a Facebook account, typically logging in twice a day – Source: Howe and Strauss
      • 34 % use the Internet to get their news – Source: Howe and Strauss
  • 16. Business Uses of Social Media
    • People: Finding a job / finding employees / connecting with others with similar interests / putting a face on your business / collaborating
    • Knowledge: Getting smarter about industry / marketspace / building credibility
    • Exposure: Make it easy to spread your messages / giving an easy way for people to find you
    • Monitor brands: your own and others’
  • 17. Be Prepared To:
      • Develop content and disseminate it
      • Monitor your brand -what is being said about you & competitors
      • Connect your content (press releases, video/audio, white papers, etc.)
      • Engage in dialogue with the world
  • 18. Business Use of Social Media
    • Ultimately the social media environment
    • drives targeted brand exposure
    • for you and your company
    • ROI is based on brand, not business development
  • 19. Developing Social Media Strategy
    • What is client’s appetite for social media?
    • Why does a client want to get involved?
    • Who is going to be the evangelist/content provider?
    • Who and where is the audience? What are they doing?
    • What is the competition doing?
    • What is the relevant content available? Message?
  • 20. Getting Clients Started
    • Basic education
      • Be realistic
      • Be patient
      • Know the bare minimum/maximum that a client/you can handle
    • Monitor the competition’s blogs
      • Choose just a few at first
      • Look for a personal blog to monitor
    • Sign-up for a Twitter account
      • Follow the competition
      • See who they are following
    • Get on LinkedIn
      • Complete a profile
      • Answer/monitor a few questions in the Answers section
      • Join relative groups
    • YouTube
      • Look up something of interest
      • Look up competition
  • 21. Social Media Strategy
    • Have a plan
      • Know what you want to do
      • Know how you are going to connect your channels
    • Determine goals
      • Sales?
      • Awareness?
      • Branding?
    • Determine early:
      • Channels (e.g. FB Twitter, YouTube, etc.)
      • Understand what tools you will use (e.g. Tweetdeck)
      • Tone of voice
      • Content development/posting duties
      • Timing of content
      • Measurements
    • Work with them for a given period of time
      • Turn over updating, tweeting, writing at some point in time
  • 22. Social Media Campaigns © Outdoor Power Equipment Institute
  • 23. TurfMutt in Cyberspace
    • Website and blog: www.TurfMutt.com
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • YouTube
  • 24.  
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  • 29. TurfMutt: The Caped Crusader
  • 30. Lessons Learned
    • Need an evangelist on staff – preferably more than one
    • Determine tone of voice
    • Commit to a few channels that can cross-pollinate
    • Commit to robust multi-media content
    • Monitor how people are finding you
    • Monitor the competition – always!
    • Practice high engagement – yourself, your fans, your followers