Shaping Public Perception: The Next Step In Social Media

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The Next Step In Social Media provides insights and innovative approaches into social media and social networks as it pertains to parks and recreation today while preparing marketing professionals and parks and recreation management for the next technological leap forward. This next leap forward will transform what many people describe as a communication 'medium' into a multimedia format with an increasingly immersive participant experience that brings online communication, front-line employee interaction, and the physical environment together in ways never before thought possible.

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Shaping Public Perception: The Next Step In Social Media

  1. 1. Shaping Public Perception Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. The Next Step In Social Media.
  2. 2. Shaping Public Perception The Next Step In Social Media. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  3. 3. This is a tree. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  4. 4. It has value. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  5. 5. • Intercepts stormwater. • Increases property value. • Conserves energy. • Absorbs pollution. • Reduces carbon. • Delivers social impact. • Provides psychological benefits. A tree has value. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  6. 6. A tree has value because humans are the only creatures on this planet that can form flexible and scalable cooperatives based upon abstract concepts, societal constructs, and public opinions. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  7. 7. It has been this way for thousands of years. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  8. 8. It will be this way for thousands more. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  9. 9. The only real change has been the speed and reach of our ideas. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  10. 10. The Boston Massacre. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. 1770
  11. 11. The Fireside Chats. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. 1933
  12. 12. The Great Debate. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. 1960
  13. 13. Wee Siew Kim Affair. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. 2006
  14. 14. Bloggers Unite. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. 2008
  15. 15. • Write letters. • Earn media attention. • Sign petitions. • Visit website. • 1.2 million posts. • Raise money. • Join Amnesty International. Humans have value. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. • Change policy.
  16. 16. • Personalize messages. • Recognize individual efforts. • Encourage engagement. • Leverage relationships. • Maximize proximity. • Reach agreement. • Adopt perception. Human Rights. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. • Build community.
  17. 17. This social cause model was applied across several organizations. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  18. 18. There are even more tools, networks, and applications today. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  19. 19. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. desktop mobile things surfaces AR big data automation geotags a.i. VR ddd remote Tools. + dozens and millions more.
  20. 20. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Networks. facebook twitter google+ pinterest linkedin cafemom snapchat tagged tumblr yelp path goodreads + 500 majors and millions more.
  21. 21. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Applications. youtube flickr bubbly meetup meetey slideshare instagram vine hootsuite paper.li scoop.it bebo + 100 majors and millions more.
  22. 22. But tools, networks, and applications aren’t as important as people. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  23. 23. Promote public health, relieve stress, democratize public space. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Purpose.
  24. 24. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. People. administrators explorers cultural sports electeds swimmers media public leisure seniors students children
  25. 25. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Assets. stewardship trails cultural fields revitalization aquatics connectivity property value parks programs centers playgrounds
  26. 26. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Objectives. vision fitness enrichment social benefits fiscal wellness performance community stewardship independence education accessibility
  27. 27. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Experience. vision fitness enrichment social fiscal wellness performance community stewardship independence education accessibility
  28. 28. Social media strengthens our belief in abstract concepts by adding a layer of digital context to our physical world that eventually becomes part of the human experience. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. value
  29. 29. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Social adds value. • Media relations. • Sports league standings. • Recreation class openings. • News and special offers. • Events and openings. • Real time reporting. • Post-event recaps and photos. • Photo contests and engagement. • Cross promotional and proximity. • Ambassador-run Facebook pages.
  30. 30. The next step in technology is to make the digital content provided by social media nearly indistinguishable from from our perception of objective and conceptual realties. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  31. 31. The convergence of technology, communication, and experience is significant because it will often fuse our objective and conceptual realities, sometimes making the experience one in the same. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  32. 32. Wearable technologies. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Fitbit Wearable technologies like Fitbit can enhance the park and recreation experience as people associate their technology with their activities.
  33. 33. Enchanted items. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Apple The function of such wearable technology will evolve in two directions, providing generalized or specialized features with a touch or gesture.
  34. 34. Touch surfaces. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Corning The important thing to remember is that future digital content will be freed from screen size limitations with content fluidity. Corning
  35. 35. Digital environments. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Tesco And as this concept takes hold beyond places like South Korea, digital environments will be integrated into our physical environments.
  36. 36. Environmental markers. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Living Headstones Sometimes it will be subtle, providing insight into headstones or memorials and adding value to various tree, bench, and park dedications.
  37. 37. Destination guides. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Geotag And sometimes it can be active, guiding the public toward specific destinations or a series of highlighted locations within a service area.
  38. 38. Environmental interfaces. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Google Applied as a lens to any environment, this content can be functional to provide area insight or profitable in delivering proximity ads.
  39. 39. Digital content layers. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Museum of London Or the digital content can add an independent layer of conceptual information, such as the historical relevance of a town, city, or country.
  40. 40. Showroom applications. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Ferrari The point is that the application of augmented reality is happening everywhere it makes sense to have a lens with layers of content.
  41. 41. Educational applications. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Smithsonian Doing so provides a depth of information that adds value to the experience as if the digital content is as real as the physical environment.
  42. 42. Augmented reality. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Skully Taken beyond the confines of the flat screen, it can even improve motorcycle safety with 360-degree views and responsive displays.
  43. 43. Customer experience. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Similar technology will add ease to shopping, enabling customers to locate products, find sales, and match ingredients to their diets. Harvest
  44. 44. Predictive expectations. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Ikea Others will provide convincing previews of what products might look like in a real environment or custom fit for our wardrobe.
  45. 45. Interactive playgrounds. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Microsoft Or add an additional layer of digital content that has nothing to do with the environment whatsoever, even though it interacts with it.
  46. 46. Interactive outdoors. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Freddie Wong And eventually, we’ll see the integration of motion control peripherals, head-mounted displays, and environmental mapping is real.
  47. 47. Immersive realities. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Sony This is the first step in literally replacing our entire concept of an objective reality for something entirely different but no less real.
  48. 48. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Perception adds value. • Living memorials. • Parks and trails exploration. • Digital recreation stores. • Public health applications. • Proximity announcements. • AR/VR open spaces. • Technology-based meetups. • Photo walks and virtual classes. • Real-time point-click field availability. • Real-time sports stats and standings.
  49. 49. This has value. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  50. 50. Even if it is not a tree. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink.
  51. 51. Thank you. Richard Becker at Copywrite, Ink. Richard R. Becker, ABC President, Copywrite, Ink. copywriteink.com richardrbecker.com

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