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Small & medium business owners are busy people with very little time to spare. You need to show them that managing their business's reputation online is one thing they NEED to be doing. Whether......

Small & medium business owners are busy people with very little time to spare. You need to show them that managing their business's reputation online is one thing they NEED to be doing. Whether it's improving their listing visibility, responding to reviews to increase customer satisfaction, monitoring their competition, or using social media to create new leads, reputation management is fast becoming a necessity for businesses in this digital age.

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  • 1. MANAGEMENTREPUTATION@vendasta vendasta.com
  • 2. Thomas H. 3:45pm on February 7th, 2013Susan M. 11:02am on March 22nd, 2013Gunner 1:30am on May 4th, 2013Just had the worst meal of my life at @WilkinsonsRestaurant #sogrossBest poutines ever at the Fry Shop! EVERYONE needs to try it!BACON!EVERYONEHASANOPINION...and their dog
  • 3. but not justhere anymore...
  • 4. ...or here
  • 5. THEY’RESHARINGTHEMHERE and HERE and HERE
  • 6. ...and HERE
  • 7. 1.1+BILLION50+MILLION33+MILLION58MILLION925kusers on Facebookunique users on TripAdvisorlocal reviews on Yelptweets sent per daynew Google + users every day
  • 8. DIDYOUKNOW2/3 of people are morelikely to buy from astore if they findpositive commentsabout it onlineAnd 1/2 are less likelyto buy if comments arenegative
  • 9. DIDYOUKNOW2/3 of people are morelikely to buy from astore if they findpositive commentsabout it onlineAnd 1/2 are less likelyto buy if comments arenegativeA1STARimprovement of arestaurant’saverageYelpscore increasesrevenue by5-9%
  • 10. CONSUMERSCONVERSATIONSthe fact is,control
  • 11. and usersmore thanTRUSTUSERGENERATEDCONTENTTRADITIONALMEDIA
  • 12. so when a tweet goesout like this:
  • 13. or a statuslike this:
  • 14. or a reviewlike this:
  • 15. or a reviewlike this:
  • 16. a business should knowWHEREITCAMEFROMHOWTOHANDLEITAND
  • 17. REPUTATION=REPUTATION=What you say about yourself(Digital Footprint)What others say about you(Digital Shadow)
  • 18. go hand in handVisibilityReputationWinning!100%0%ScamShameWhen many of youronline profileshave user content,your reputationdrives results.The goal is tomaximize visiblityand reputationREPUTATION&PRESENCE
  • 19. HOW DOYOU DEVELOP A WINNINGREPUTATION THAT’S BOTHANDPOSITIVE VISIBLE?
  • 20. FOCUSON:Listing & VisibilityReviews & MentionsCompetition MonitoringSocial Marketing
  • 21. 1 Visibility
  • 22. visibilityis about making sure yourcustomers can find you
  • 23. MAKESUREYOU’RELISTEDwhere you need to be
  • 24. MAKESUREYOU’RELISTEDwhere you need to beLISTINGSAREACCURATEand make sure those
  • 25. Wilkinson’s Family RestaurantThere’s nothing worse than 4different listings and wrongcontact infoWilkinson’s Family Restaurant2240 Wilson Blvd., Seattle, Washington, 41322Wilkinson’s Family Restaurant155 3rd Avenue South, Seattle, Washington, 41241Wilkinson’s Family Restaurant505 3rd Avenue, Seattle, Washington, 41972Wilkinson’s Family Restaurant182 Wilson Blvd. North, Seattle, Washington, 41361
  • 26. Wilkinson’s Family RestaurantThere’s nothing worse than 4different listings and wrongcontact infoWilkinson’s Family Restaurant2240 Wilson Blvd., Seattle, Washington, 41322Wilkinson’s Family Restaurant155 3rd Avenue South, Seattle, Washington, 41241Wilkinson’s Family Restaurant505 3rd Avenue, Seattle, Washington, 41972Wilkinson’s Family Restaurant182 Wilson Blvd. North, Seattle, Washington, 41361it drives customersCRAZY
  • 27. ACCURATELISTINGSmake customers happyand google happyThe more consistent yourlistings, the higher up ingoogle you’ll appear
  • 28. 2 Reviews &Mentions
  • 29. 3STEPS to review successENGAGE TOOLSthe reviewerthink of reviewsas management12Why engage?Good ReviewsAccoladesGoal settingStaff trainingPolicy issuesWhat would you doif someone was inyour store reviewingit right now?Bad ReviewsHARVESTuser-generated content3Encourage customersto leave online reviewsPublish reviewhighlights in yourmarketing material
  • 30. 3 Monitoring theCompetition
  • 31. MONITORTHECOMPETITIONAND THEN OUTDO THEMPost more social updates than they doAim for better reviewsWatch for their offers, then jump in at theright timeCompare placement in searches for differentkeywords and develop content around yourweaker ranking terms
  • 32. 4 SocialMarketing
  • 33. it’s one thing to MONITORyour online reputation...then you have toBUILDIT
  • 34. SOCIALMARKETINGis about three things:successful
  • 35. SOCIALMARKETINGis about three things:successfulBuildingFans
  • 36. SOCIALMARKETINGis about three things:successfulGeneratingLeadsBuildingFans
  • 37. SOCIALMARKETINGis about three things:successfulCustomerServiceGeneratingLeadsBuildingFans
  • 38. there areto build fans3KEYWAYS
  • 39. POSTANDCONTENTINTERESTINGRELEVANT1....And rememberto vary your postsNo one would watch aTV` channel with 24/7 commercials,so why would they do that online?Throw in some entertainment
  • 40. Turn potential customersand loyal fans into activeBrand AmbassadorsCONNECT WITHINFLUENCERS2.
  • 41. CREATEAND SOCIALCOUPONS,DEALS,OFFERS3.
  • 42. NOW HAVING A FAN BASE IS GREAT,but likes dont always = dollars
  • 43. NOW HAVING A FAN BASE IS GREAT,but likes dont always = dollarsBESIDES,WHO’S REALLY GOING TO LIKE Aplumber locksmithOR AON FACEBOOK ANYWAY?
  • 44. (also, that looks like a top hat :)areon social mediaCONSUMERSDECLARING
  • 45. and thoseintentions are
  • 46. Do you know howmany people tweetabout locking theirkeys in their car?
  • 47. LOTS.LOTS.LOTS.LOTS.LOTS.LOTS.
  • 48. How many people aremoving to San Franright now?
  • 49. LOTS.
  • 50. Social Media gives localbusinesses the revolutionaryopportunity to connect withwho are ready andwilling to purchasenearby customers
  • 51. ANDONCEYOU’VECONNECTED,YOUBETTERKEEPTHEMHAPPYFacebook,Twitter, etc. are incredible customerservice tools to strengthen your reputation.
  • 52. 65%think social mediais better thancall centers
  • 53. SOWHAT’STHERECAP?1. Consumers control conversationsBusinesses brands are no longer exclusively what they say they are.Today,brands are largely defined by consumers.
  • 54. SOWHAT’STHERECAP?1. Consumers control conversationsBusinesses brands are no longer exclusively what they say they are.Today,brands are largely defined by consumers.2. Monitoring your reputation isn’t enoughBusinesses need to know what their customers are saying,as wellas how to manage that info and build their reputation as well.
  • 55. SOWHAT’STHERECAP?1. Consumers control conversationsBusinesses brands are no longer exclusively what they say they are.Today,brands are largely defined by consumers.2. Monitoring your reputation isn’t enoughBusinesses need to know what their customers are saying,as wellas how to manage that info and build their reputation as well.3. Social media isn’t just about followers and likesIt can also be used to generate leads and conduct customer servicein order to gain return on investment.
  • 56. REPUTATIONMANAGEMENT!there is no greater time forto get involved withSMALL BUSINESSES
  • 57. Contact UsGeorge LeithDirector of Salesgleith@vendasta.com306.955.5512 ext. 121vendasta.com