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Content: The web is richly layered with user-generated content. Your
product or service has an online reputation and if you’re not managing it,
competitors are. Since 80 percent of consumers research purchases online
before visiting a store, wouldn’t it be beneficial to meet them there?
Participating in relevant discussions through blogs and networks help you
reach out and connect.
Context: What image currently exists on the web about your service,
product or reputation? Are you able to provide context to manage that im-
age? First help people find you, then give them a reason to connect.
Connections: People are natural community builders. Give them
reasons to be interested in you and a way to connect. Having the right
tools allows you to plan and manage these connections with potential for
Community: Once the community takes shape, what role will you
play in its growth? What does being an effective online leader take? AT&T
created separate blogs, Twitter accounts and YouTube channels for its
Co employees, customers and contributors. Anything is possible.
*from the free e-book, “Let’s Talk, Social Media for Small
Business,” by John Jantsch of Duct Tape Marketing
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