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Social media analyse for your business.

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  1. 1. Dragon Rouge Social Media intern project. Hamburg, 03.06.2015
  2. 2. 2 01 02 2© Dragon Rouge 03 04 05 Definition Social Media Channels Social Media Development Marketing in Social Media Future of Social Media
  3. 3. Give a mark on 5 about your opinion of the next question: 1)  What is the importance of marketing in social media in your opinion? 2)  According to you, there are a great diversity in social media today? 3)  What is the importance of social media in world business? 3 OPINION © Dragon Rouge
  4. 4. 01 DEFINITION 34
  5. 5. Social media is the collective of online communications channels dedicated to community-based input, interaction, content-sharing and collaboration. The different types of social media are website and application dedicated to: • Forums • Microblogging • Social networking • Social bookmarking • Social curation • Wikis • Blogs 5 DEFINITION © Dragon Rouge http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/social-media
  6. 6. HISTORIC 6© Dragon Rouge http://www.anthedesign.fr/w2015/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/historique-des-r%25C3%25A9seaux-sociaux-e1420979363375.jpg ONE TO MANY MANY TO MANY
  7. 7. • FORUMS: A discussion board where you can leave and expect to see responses to messages you have left, or you can just read the board. (ex: Doctissimo) • MICROBLOGGING: is a web service that allows the subscriber to broadcast short messages to other subscribers of the service. (ex:Twitter) • SOCIAL NETWORKING is the practice of expanding the number of one's business and/or social contacts by making connections through individuals. (ex: Facebook) 7 DIFFERENT KINDS OF SOCIAL MEDIA © Dragon Rouge http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/social-media
  8. 8. • SOCIAL BOOKMARKING: Social bookmarking is a system that can store files, documents, ... The most famous example is Flickr. This allows to access its files from any computer. (ex: Flickr) • SOCIAL CURATION: is collaborative sharing of Web content organized around one or more particular themes or topics. (ex: I love Fashion : Tumblr) 8 DIFFERENT KINDS OF SOCIAL MEDIA © Dragon Rouge http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/social-media
  9. 9. 9 DIFFERENT KINDS OF SOCIAL MEDIA © Dragon Rouge • BLOGS: is a website that allows the blogger to express his personal opinion. (ex: Blog of Perez Hilton) • WIKIS: is a server program that allows users to collaborate in forming the content of a Web site. (ex: Wikipédia)
  10. 10. 10 DIFFERENT KIND OF SOCIAL MEDIA KIND OF SOCIAL MEDIA Forums Miccroblogging Social Networking Social Bookmarking Social Curation Blogs Wikis
  11. 11. 02 SOCIAL MEDIA DEVELOPMENT 511
  12. 12. INTRODUCTION OF SOCIAL MEDIA • Social Media began with the web 2.0! • With the web 2.0 users became actor in supplying web content. • The internet users can remove informations when he wants. • Development of the diversity of the internet media. 12© Dragon Rouge
  13. 13. THE BEGINNING • First Social Media: MySpace / MSN / Linkedin / Wordpress / Wikipédia. • The first important Social Network was Facebook, founded in 2004. • Since the creation of Web 2.0, Social Media have diversified. (Wiki / Microbloging / Forums). 13© Dragon Rouge
  14. 14. WHY IT‘S WORKING • More and more users because they respond more to consumers needs. • Every body uses it, company or private person, young or old. • For some people it‘s easier to communicate on Social Media. • It‘s easier to connect on Social Media. Ability to connect on multiple platforms. (tablet, smartphone, PC, ...) 14© Dragon Rouge
  15. 15. HOW SOCIALS MEDIA BECOME ATTRACTIVE • It‘s depend if some star use the social media. Fan wants to follow their favorite famous. • If the social media respond to the need of the consumer and if it innovated. • If some friends are on this social network, we want to be connected with them. • In some jobs you must have a minimum power on social media to get it. (ex: community manager). 15© Dragon Rouge
  16. 16. SOMETIMES THEY HAVE AN EPHEMERAL SUCCESS • Social Media are more diverses. • However, they must respond to a real demand. • Some social network have know a short- lived success. (Path / Orkut / Diaspora) 16© Dragon Rouge
  17. 17. 03 SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS 517
  18. 18. FACEBOOK is a social network website. Second most visited website in the world after Google. 1,23 billion of active users. On Facebook you can : • Upload picture or video. • Write a text or a comment. • Like something a post, a comment, … • Send Message. • Share contents of other website. 18 FACEBOOK © Dragon Rouge http://theviralmarketingexpert.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/iNFOGRAPHIC-1.png
  19. 19. TWITTER © Dragon Rouge http://theviralmarketingexpert.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/iNFOGRAPHIC-1.png TWITTER is a microblogging social media with a maximum of 140 symbol. Twitter function through a system of following between users. On Twitter you can: • Post a tweet. • Share article of other website. • Post a picture or a vine. • Send text message. • Retweet or foster other tweet. • Use a system of Hashtag (categorize the tweet). 19
  20. 20. INSTAGRAM 8 INSTAGRAM: This social media is specialized in sharing of picture and video. Users could follow the others. On Instagram you can: • Post picture or video. • Follow other people. • Hashtag category. • Comment or like post. 20 © Dragon Rouge http://theviralmarketingexpert.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/iNFOGRAPHIC-1.png
  21. 21. Pinterest is an American website combining the concepts of social networking and sharing photographs. It allows its users to share their interests, passions, hobbies, through photo albums gleaned from the Internet. Pinterest: • It’s like a blog. • All content can be see by every people around the world. • Exist the princip of hashtag. 21 PINTEREST © Dragon Rouge http://theviralmarketingexpert.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/iNFOGRAPHIC-1.png
  22. 22. Google+ is a social network application to the US company Google launched on 28 June 2011. Google+ have a bad reputation because is very difficult to use it. On Google+ you can : • Post text, picture or video. • Share Blog article. • Create event. • Comment, like or share content. • Add people in different category. GOOGLE + 1022 © Dragon Rouge http://theviralmarketingexpert.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/iNFOGRAPHIC-1.png
  23. 23. LINKEDIN 11 LinkedIn is an online service that you permit to build and aggregate professional network. It is defined as a knowledge network to facilitate dialogue between professionals. For its members, but also a reputation management tool online and personal branding. On Linkedin you can : • Send private message. • Publish text. • Like or comment a publication. • Share a blog publication. 23 © Dragon Rouge http://theviralmarketingexpert.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/iNFOGRAPHIC-1.png
  24. 24. YOUTUBE YouTube is a video hosting website, the website is connecting to Google+. There are 1 billion of active user per mounth. On youtube you can: • Post video, or text. • Comment or like or dislike a video. • Follow somebody to see in first this video. • Upload a video. • Create a playlist. 24 © Dragon Rouge http://rameyagency.com/ramey_2014/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/youtube-the-2nd-largest-search-engine-infographic.jpg
  25. 25. SNAPCHAT Snapchat is a photo sharing application and ephemeral video available on mobile platforms like iOS and Android. The application is launched in September 2011 on the Apple App Store and Android in November 2012. There are 82 millions of active users. On Snapchat you can: • Send photo, video ot text for a special period between 1 to 10 seconds. • You can read article about partner brand (like MTV). • Create a story of 24 hours, all your contact can see that.. 25 © Dragon Rouge https://theblackfin.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/final_infographici.gif
  26. 26. VINE Vine is a Twitter application that hosts short videos 6 seconds running in the loop and can be shared with their subscribers. Today there are 40 millions of active users. On Vine you can: • Post a Vine. • Like or comment a Vine. • Share Vine on other social Network. 26© Dragon Rouge https://blog.dashburst.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/visualizing-vine-infographic.png
  27. 27. WIKIPEDIA Wikipedia is a wiki social media. It’s an encyclopedia that is written by the users according to their personal knowledge. Each kind of research article can be posted on the social media. There are 183 millions of active users. On Wikipedia you can post: • Text. • Images. • Videos. • Links. • Sounds. • You can share your article on other website. 27 © Dragon Rouge https://m1.behance.net/rendition/modules/55659499/disp/5570e57745df8651553374b3666e0ef1.jpg
  28. 28. MARKETING IN SOCIAL MEDIA 28 04
  29. 29. THE BASICS OF MARKETING ON SOCIAL NETWORKS • Every Social Network are not good for every company. • Each Social Network have their own users. • Social Network permite to use a lot of tools for marketing. • Be careful about the bad communication actions. • 2/5 publication on social media are marketing action by brand or company. 29© Dragon Rouge http://core0.staticworld.net/images/idge/imported/article/cio/2014/04/15/social-media-logos-100339762-orig.jpg
  30. 30. TOOLS TO HAVE A BETTER MARKETING CAMPAIGN ON SOCIAL MEDIA • Search Engine Optimization (SEO): it is a set of technics in order to promote understanding of the theme and content of one or all pages of a website by search engines. • Develop the SEO permit to a brand to develop its numbers of viewers, so develop the impact of its marketing campaign. • Monitoring: it is an supervision activity and measuring activity of a computer activity specifically on the Internet. • This tool permit to know what want, do, like, ..., the target of a brand. That‘s permit to develop more specifically a marketing action on social media. 30 © Dragon Rouge
  31. 31. SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING TECHNICS 31 © Dragon Rouge
  32. 32. PREVIOUS MARKETING TECHNICS ADAPTED 32 © Dragon Rouge Some previous marketing technics were adapted to the Web 2.0 and social media as: •  Viral Marketing •  Buzz Marketing •  Word of Mouth All this technics are part of Influence Marketing
  33. 33. VIRAL MARKETING • Viral marketing is a way of promoting a commercial offering or marketing by consumers. • They recommendate its commercial to their friends or colleagues. • The offer is spread like a virus. Example: Tipp EX The hunter and the bear! 33 © Dragon Rouge
  34. 34. BUZZ MARKETING • The goal of Buzz Marketing its to diffuse an information during an event. • This information will be share on the social media by the people who participate on the event. Example: XB Sex on the Beach Party 34 © Dragon Rouge
  35. 35. WORD OF MOUTH • The technics of word of mouth have for goal to create a discussion between consumers about a product or a service. • Negative point: this is not control by the company, can create a bad publicity for the company. Example: Word of Mouth about the new Iphone 6. Some consumers wrote on the Internet that the new Iphone can be bend when it is a long in the pocket of the users. 35 © Dragon Rouge
  36. 36. NEW MARKETING TECHNICS Some technics of marketing was created with the development of social media in the daily life of consumers as: • Social Marketing • Personnalised Marketing • Involvement Marketing • Marketing of care 36 © Dragon Rouge
  37. 37. SOCIAL MARKETING • Social marketing is a technic that aims to contextualize information with a consumer who is "Fan" of a brand. The customer apostle help to develop the brand. • This consumer is more prone to receive a message from a brand on social media, if he like the information he could transmit it to his relation. Example: On Twitter, a follower of Apple, could transmit an information with a retweet of an information. (Iphone 6 launch: 154k Retweet). 37 © Dragon Rouge
  38. 38. INVOLVEMENT MARKETING Involvement Marketing aims to involve consumers in the company's business development. There are 2 different technics to use this kind of marketing: •  Ask directly to consumer with survey, meeting, ... •  Watch client opinion on social media about the brand. Example: French company Danone, ask the new flavor of its star product the Danette with a survey. 38 © Dragon Rouge
  39. 39. MARKETING OF CARE • Marketing of care is personalized marketing technics based on the observations on internet habits of the consumer • This technique is implemented by the Cookie system present on all websites. • The most important software for this technics is Google AdWords. Example: If a consumer is looking for new sunglasses on Internet, he must have a pop-up for RayBan product. 39 © Dragon Rouge
  40. 40. PERSONNALIZED MARKETING Personalized marketing is tailored to each users based on information that he gave to a company. That consider this purchase preference. Example: Inform the company Bahlsen that you prefer product with chocolate; so Bahlsen will promote for you mainly product with extra choco. 40 © Dragon Rouge
  41. 41. THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL MEDIA 41 05
  42. 42. FUTURE INNOVATION The future social media should be: • More Apps Mobile. • Use the augmented reality in real life. • Special Social Media for each company. • Become a sales platform for brands. •  The social Media will be included with the user (glass, watch, ...). 42© Dragon Rouge http://www.techwyse.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/social-media-crystal-ball-300.jpg
  43. 43. MORE MOBILE APPS • More and more people have a smartphone. • A lot of consumer prefer to use social network on their mobile phone. • Mobile is the future of software or informatic tools. • Application permit an easier use of social media. 43© Dragon Rouge
  44. 44. USE THE AUGMENTED REALITY • Augmented Reality in real life is the new technology used to discover the world around either. • This allows to discover through his world or around the screen. • This permite to have easier information about people, product, company, ... 44© Dragon Rouge
  45. 45. SPECIAL SOCIAL NETWORK FOR EACH COMPANY • If a company have his own social network, it‘s easier to communicate in intern. • It is easier to protect data on such private networks. • Inifies collaboration tools in the business: mail, document database, calendar. Better productivity. • Decompartmentalize different services and allow each user to have a broad vision of the company's business. 45© Dragon Rouge
  46. 46. BECOME A SALES PLATFORM FOR BRANDS • Social Media are the most kind of website visited around the world. Easier for client or brand to buy or sell product on this platform. • All brands have social mediaaccount, it‘s like an other kind of website so it‘s interresting to have an online shop on social network. • Social Media account of brand are more visited than the website of the company. (Example of Burberry). 46© Dragon Rouge
  47. 47. THE SOCIAL NETWORK WILL BE INCLUDED WITH THE USER • Integrate Social Media on connected object, permite to users to be always in contact. (ex: watch / glass) • All users are sometimes addict to social media so they need an usual object to connect them every day. • These objects could allow easier development of some innovations such as Augmented Reality in Real Life. 47© Dragon Rouge
  48. 48. DEBATE 48
  49. 49. Give a mark on 5 about your opinion of the next question: 1)  According to you, there are a great diversity in social media today? 2)  What is the importance of social media in world business? 3)  What is the importance of marketing in social media in your opinion? 49 WHAT DO YOU THINK? © Dragon Rouge
  50. 50. DEBATE • How do you consider the importance of social media in today's global business? • How a mass marketing campaign on social media could be positive or negative for a company or a brand? 50© Dragon Rouge
  51. 51. © Dragon Rouge 51 I hope this presentation change your opinion! Arguments? Issue? Comment? All initiative are relevant! Corentin Dubois c.dubois@dragonrouge.com THANK YOU VERY MUCH Dragon Rouge GmbH, An der Alster 3, 20099 Hamburg T. +49 (0)40 380 374-0 F. +49 (0)40 380 374-44. www.dragonrouge.de

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