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Leverage the Power of the Social Graph is the Powerpoint presentation from a PRSA sponsored webinar with Steve Momorella from TEKGROUP. The slides outline tips, tricks and examples of how to leverage ...

Leverage the Power of the Social Graph is the Powerpoint presentation from a PRSA sponsored webinar with Steve Momorella from TEKGROUP. The slides outline tips, tricks and examples of how to leverage the power of your social graph, your online newsroom, and your PR outreach efforts.

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    Leverage the power of the social graph Leverage the power of the social graph Presentation Transcript

    • Leverage the Power of the Social Graph 10 Ways to leverage the power of social networks through your online newsroom
    • Your Presenters
      • Steve Momorella
      • Ken Payne
    • What You Will Learn
      • • What is a social graph and why should you care.
      • • What is the open graph and why is Facebook leading the charge.
      • • How can PR use a social graph to tell a corporate story.
      • • Steps to take to use online newsrooms as social graph nodes.
      • • How do I monitor my newsroom content through the open graph.
      • • Is social search a game changer for PR?
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    • YOUR BRAND Friends Fans Followers Journalists Bloggers Employees Partners News Consumers Prospects Customers
    • What is a Social Graph
      • Term first used in 2007 by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
      • The social graph is a contextual matrix of relationships – a digital map of your personal identity
      • Most have many overlapping social graphs
      • The relationships we are focusing on are those between PR practitioners and our news consuming public , our constituents – either direct or by way of journalists.
      • Any individual or group that may be interested in your organization’s news and events is eligible for inclusion in your social graph.
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    • What Does A Social Graph Look Like
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    • Facebook and the Open Graph
      • “ Facebook has always focused on building ways for people to connect with each other and share information with their friends. We think this is important because people are shaping how information moves through their connections . People are increasingly discovering information not just through links to web pages but also from the people and things they care about.
      • Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at 12:44pm
      • An attempt to connect social graphs together through a set of tools provided by the Facebook Platform.
      • Allows anyone with a web page to integrate their content through the Facebook Platform and the Open Graph.
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    • http://code.google.com/apis/socialgraph/docs/
    • http://code.google.com/apis/socialgraph/docs/
    • http://code.google.com/apis/socialgraph/docs/
    • http://code.google.com/apis/socialgraph/docs/
    • http://code.google.com/apis/socialgraph/docs/
    • http://code.google.com/apis/socialgraph/docs/
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    • Using the Social Graph in PR
      • Leveraging your social graph is, in essence, networking with your contacts. Social media just makes it easier, more efficient, and more measurable. By integrating your key social media tools (Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn) with your Online Newsroom, you are able to instantly extend your reach, bring the conversation directly to your constituents, and measure/track results.
    • Why should I care?
      • Leveraging your social graph is, in essence, networking with people who care about your company.
      • Social media just makes it easier, more efficient, and more measurable.
      • By integrating your key social media tools (Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn) with your Online Newsroom, you are able to instantly extend your reach, bring the conversation directly to your constituents, and measure/track results.
      When someone an object – such as a fan page, a photo, a movie, a blog post, a podcast or web site – they are instantly connected with everyone else who that object.
    • What can I do today?
      • Never miss an opportunity to engage the Open Graph with great content
        • Launch and manage branded Facebook and Twitter accounts
        • Migrate social object distribution to established social media platforms such as Flickr, YouTube, etc.
        • Integrate one-click publishing to Facebook and Twitter through your online newsroom CMS
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    • What can I do today?
      • Deploy Custom Apps to extend and expand your reach and functionality
        • Add tabs for YouTube and Twitter (plus many more!)
        • Create custom tabs for branded content
        • Treat people who “liked” your news page special
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    • What can I do today?
      • Write and publish content that is spreadable
        • Forget "corporate speak" - write like a "friend.”
        • Understand your followers by exchanging ideas and content
        • Think of all content as a "social objects" - anything that is searchable on the web can be shared.
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    • What can I do today? What can I do today?
      • Structure your Facebook News Page as an extension of your online newsroom
        • Use APPS to offer content, polls, reviews, events and discussions.
        • Set a vanity URL for you Facebook News Page
        • Pay attention to the Info tab.
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    • Online Newsrooms
      • Online Newsroom -> Twitter Integration
      • Online Newsroom -> Facebook Integration
        • Personal Account
        • Fan Pages
      • Online Newsroom -> LinkedIn Integration
      • Twitter -> Online Newsroom Integration
      • Facebook -> Online Newsroom Integration
      • Facebook -> Targeted Messages
      • Twitter: Finding Influencers to Follow
      • Social Analytics: Monitoring Your Social Graph
    • Online Newsroom -> Twitter
    • Online Newsroom -> Twitter
    • Online Newsroom -> Facebook
    • Facebook -> Online Newsroom
    • Facebook -> Online Newsroom
    • Facebook -> Online Newsroom
    • Twitter -> Online Newsroom
    • Twitter -> Online Newsroom
    • Facebook – Targeted Messaging
    • How do I monitor & measure?
      • Think of your newsroom content as social objects – text, tweets, pictures, podcasts, white papers, research reports – anything that can be shared via a social graph.
      • Think of your graph in terms of nodes and connectors - use platform provider tools to “follow” your social objects and map the connections of your social graph with user social graphs.
    • Facebook Insights
    • Facebook Insights
    • Bit.ly Clickthroughs
    • Flickr Photo Views
    • Twitter Hootsuite Analytics
    • Twitter Hootsuite Analytics
    • ScoopIt Analytics
    • Who To Follow on Twitter
    • Who To Follow on Twitter
    • Other Tools to Grow Social Graph
    • Other Tools to Grow Social Graph
    • Social Search
      • Google and Bing both interviewed and saying that social reactions/influence is impacting search engine results.
      • Search results are affected by:
        • Number of Likes and Follows of your brand/keyword
        • Impressions from fans and followers
        • Impressions from social graph fans with links
        • Secondary fan connections
    • Social Search
      • Social signals – likes, recommends, number of friends, etc. – are today influencing search results at Google and Bing.
      • Facebook recently patented “curated search” – a system that uses social connections and clicks within the FB network to determine search-ranking relevance when combined with traditional search results
    • Social Search
      • The implications for public relations – publishing content through an online newsroom to your social media properties as social objects becomes key to increasing the visibility of your messages and brand in organic search
    • Social Search Results
    • Social Search Results
    • Social Graph Links
      • http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/social_graph_concepts_and_issues.php
      • http://bradfitz.com/social-graph-problem/
      • http://www.google.com/images?hl=en&q=social+graph&wrapid=tlif129661104025710&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=univ&ei=57ZITfLyNov4gAefj9TpBQ&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=5&ved=0CFIQsAQwBA&biw=1339&bih=584
      • http://digigen.co.uk/2010/01/18/five-ways-brands-can-drive-social-commerce/
      • http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/2007/11/10/what-is-social-graph-executives/
      • http://searchengineland.com/the-social-graph-revolution-or-evolution-59021
      • http://www.businessinsider.com/heres-what-comes-after-the-social-graph-2010-7
      • http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/0,,sid9_gci1284961,00.html
      • http://www.socialmediainformer.com/2011/social-graph/
      • http://www.seoptimise.com/blog/2011/01/10-tips-to-improve-your-social-graph-for-google.html
      • http://socialgraphproject.org/blog/2011/01/social-media-marketing-predictions-for-2011/
      • http://socialmediatoday.com/idilcakim/262228/socialgraph-helps-search-engine-listings
      • http://womma.org/word/2011/01/24/socialgraph-and-seo-a-match-made-in-google/
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_degrees_of_separation
    • Social Graphs and PR Links
      • http://www.proactivereport.com/c/pr/2011-pr-trends-email-and-social-engagement/
      • http://blog.lewispr.com/2010/11/5-pr-and-social-media-trends-for-2011.html
      • http://blog.dna13.com/bid/30333/Social-Graph-Optimization-SGO
      • http://www.eluremarketing.com/5-public-relations-and-social-media-strategies-to-look-for-in-2011/
      • http://ltcsocialmark.com/2010/12/31/five-trends-all-marketers-should-watch-in-social-media-in-2011/
      • http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=463430773771
    • Thank you