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Aspirational description of Social Engagement
Trends and stats
Do you enter a crowded room and instantly start giving your opinion to everyone? Be honest. Cruise around first. Listen to what’s going on. Then join when you have something to contribute
You could force Terry to go through a giant survey and tell us all this, but would terry really do that? Does anybody named Terry have time for that?You would have to make a lot of guesses and assumptions to come up with a campaign that you think might appeal to Terry.
Terry offered all this up on his own time, in his own way.Is this an oversimplification, yes. But you get the point.
Terry offered all this up on his own time, in his own way.
Radian6 pulls data from over 150 million sources.If it’s out there, it sees it.But what do you do with that much information? It’s like trying to drink from a firehose.
How do you get started? First you set up what you want to listen for. Build a TOPIC Profile that defines the topics that you are interested in.
You have complete control over what gets pulled into your river of information. Add, subtract, this AND that, this BUT NOT if with that.
Then you can view that raw data with a variety of filtering tools that bring the real information you are after to the front of the stack.Word clouds on topics and contributors quickly show who is talking and what they are talking about.Trend mapping shows how specific terms fluxuate over time so you can see repeating patterns.Sentiment tracking not only tells you what people are talking about, but how they feel about it. Simple positive, negative, and neutral is quick, but get more detailed and determine gratitude, elation, excitement, anger, grief, shame, uneasiness.And of course your typical demographics. Male, female, age, location, all the traditional information we’ve been using for years.
Each one of your widgets of data can be organized in a simple, live update dashboard that you can watch and manage when it’s right for you. You can even have Radian6 email specific reports at defined intervals to keep those who need to know, in the know.
Engagment tools let you not just watch your feeds, but reply, comment, and interact from the same place. You can create detailed workflows to automatically assign responses and issues to different teams throughout your organization, relieving your staff from searching through gigs of data.
The Radian6 app in the appexchange and the Salesforce Social Hub connect your social data back with your CRM.But what if you don’t want to focus on everyone in the world. What if you want to focus on your constituents first. There a way to do that too.
Small Act tools start from your own constituent data, and discovers what connection they have to social media. This allows you to focus on the people that you already engage with and know. It uses publicly available information to determine what type of people you have in your constituent group.
How does your message spread from each of your constituents? Do they talk about you to their friends? Do they actively invite their friends to your events? Are they actively involved in social media? Social Vision helps you discover who they are, what they do, and how you can work with them to serve your mission.
Everyone contributes to your organization differently. Some will only give you money when you ask for it. Some people are team organizers, some people will really get out there and work for you. Others support you because you provide something for the ones they love. Being able to put your audience into unique groups lets you address them in the best way.
And these are the people that you are already connected to! You aren’t trolling the ocean for new people who might be interested, you are finding out what where your existing audience is spending their time, and preparing to talk to them when and where they are ready.Social Vision helps you be in the right place at the right time.
From aggregate data to individual posts and replies, you’ll see what your audience says in real time.
Use your information to discover who spreads your message, the best way to reach out to them, and target them with communications that will build your relationship.
Keith Heller's #SocialCRM Session from #bbcon
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Social Media & CRM
Bridging the Gap
PRESENTED BY KEITH HELLER
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AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT:
IT’S A CONVERSATION
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Can we talk to everyone like they are friends?
WHAT IF YOU COULD JUST TALK?
WITH EVERYONE. ONE AT A TIME.
I’d like your support
for our Save Central
Park program since
you live or work in a
nearby postal code.”
Your dog is amazing with
catching Frisbees. Could
you help us Save Central
Park so he always has
the room to run?”
It’s different because we know more about them.
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My audience isn’t on social media. Really? Are you sure?
LOOK WHO’S TALKING ALREADY
• Angie’s List: 2 million users
• Aviary: 50 million users
• Badoo: 172 million users
• box.net: 20 million users
• Change.org: 40 million users
• Classmates.com: 55 million users
• Ebay: 100 million active users
• Edmodo: 18 million users
• Etsy: 25 million members
• Evernote: 65 million users
• Facebook: 1.15 billion users
• Flickr: 87 million users, 8 billion photos
• Flipboard: 56 million users
• Flixster: 24 million users
• Fotolog: 22 million users
• foursquare: 33 million users
• Friends Reunited: 24 million users
• Glassdoor: 18 million users
• Goodreads: 20 million users
• Google+: 343 million active users
• Gree: 190 million users
• Groupon: 41.7 million users
• HealthTap: 1 million users
• Hootsuite: 7 million users
• Instagram: 130 million users
• iTunes: 500 million users
• Kakao Talk: 100 million users
• Keek: 45 million users
• Kik Messenger: 80 million users
• Last.fm: 40 million users
• LinkedIn: 238 million users
• Living Social: 70 million users
• MyHeritage: 75 million users
• MyLife: 60 million users
• MySpace: 32.6 million users
This is just a few…
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It’s a room packed with strangers.
• Listen first to find out what people are talking about, where you fit in.
• Do you listen to everything?
- Listen for the topics and conversations that are interesting and important to
• Do you contribute to every conversation?
- You may know something about every conversation, but there are always a
few topics you feel you can really add value.
THEN JOIN THE CONVERSATION.
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NO CRM STRATEGY
• Siloed Systems
• Same constituents
in different systems
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CONSTITUENT ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY
• Step back from data
• Put your Constituents
at the center
• How do we want to relate
to our constituents?
• How do we want them
to relate to us?
• How can we do
Inspires, guides and sets requirements
for a client’s CRM needs
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ADOPTING A CRM ENVIRONMENT
Guided by the strategy…
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BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER
tie it together
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WHY DO YOU CARE
IF THESE WORK TOGETHER?
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• They were bulleted PowerPoints
like this one, packed into a
• The first email marketing tried to
(and often still tries) to mimic a
traditional mail campaign
• Early movies were shot to look
just like you were watching a play
from the audience
• Early television was formatted
after what was successful in radio
• New technologies are often
used just like the previous
technology because that’s the
way we understand it
REMEMBER THE FIRST WEBSITES?
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• Who cares what you had for lunch?
• Stop telling me you are “off to work.”
We all are, or should be.
• RT this to sign up to do something very important right now!
• LIKE US!!! for a special offer just for our friends!
• Social media isn’t about sending one tweet or post and getting a
response (like email is often used, sadly).
• It’s about creating a relationship. Getting to know each other, and
finding out what you have in common.
• When you know a lot about a person, you can focus on what needs
and qualities you share.
REMEMBER THE FIRST TWEETS?
AND THE FIRST SOCIAL CAMPAIGNS?
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What we know
• Terry Johnson filled out our Interest Form
at the Annual Event
• Terry is between 35 and 45
• Terry has a child under 18 in the household
• Terry has an email address
What we don’t know
• Is Terry a man or a woman?
• Is the child Terry’s? Step-child? How old?
• How often does Terry check email?
• What else does Terry do? Interests? Hobbies?
• Does Terry share our message with friends?
• Does Terry volunteer with other organizations?
YOUR CRM ALREADY HAS DATA
35 - 45
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What we know
• Terry is a man
• Plays in a soccer league
• Coaches son’s soccer team
• Has two other children, one going
to community college next year
• Vacations in Florida with parents
• Loves Cuban food
• Posts on social media A LOT
• Volunteers with three other organizations
• Partner is on the board of another large nonprofit
• Is allergic to cats
• Prefers to wake up to music instead of buzzing sound
• Had a dog, but it passed away two months ago
• Not ready for another dog
SOCIAL MEDIA HAS DATA
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• Still stops and looks for dogs
at the pound anyway
• Works frequently on PTA events
• Will never go skydiving
• Plays guitar in a band
• It’s not a good band
• Never goes to concerts
• Loves going to the movies
• His friends volunteer for neighborhood cleanups
• Is a vocal opponent to the new shopping complex
• Avoids buying clothes from the Gap
• Is OK buying clothes from Old Navy
• Is a Republican
• Votes Green party anyway
• And on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on…
LOTS AND LOTS OF DATA
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BRIDGING THE GAP
BETWEEN SOCIAL AND CRM
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Radian6 pulls data from 150 MILLION sources.
• Mainstream Media
• Images, Videos
• Twitter, Facebook, MySpace
“A listening and engagement tool to dwarf them all.”
- Frodo (maybe)
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• Control who has access to this
• Specify how detailed your
information needs to be
• Select what languages you want to
include or exclude
• What types of media should be
included in the feed?
• What regions of the world are
important to you?
• Specify what sites and sources you
want to include or exclude in your
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• Pick what topics to include
• Filter more by adding additional
qualifiers to your criteria
• Exclude posts that don’t apply
to your organization
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DATA & ANALYSIS
Topic Word Clouds
DemographicsView Long Term Trends
Simple and Complex Sentiment
View the data in ways that reveals the information you need.
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MORE DATA & ANALYSIS
View the flood of information in the way you need to see it.
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MORE DATA & ANALYSIS
Organize it in Dashboards so that you can understand it.
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Robust engagement tools let you assign and interact easily.
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ROUNDTRIP TO CRM
Salesforce integration means its ready to connect back into
your existing instance and add value to your data.
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Small Act creates tools that:
• Connect your constituent
data to their publicly
• Organizes and
• Connects that back into
MORE SOCIAL TOOLS
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• Get your current system in order, organized,
and set up to be ready for more information
• If it’s convoluted and frustrating now, it’s only
going to get worse, even if you never look at
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• This is the core need of your organization
• Make sure you can keep the money
GET FUNDRAISING IN ORDER
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• What are you doing online?
• These are established, proven, and
necessary for a modern organization
• You don’t have to do it all now
• Make a plan and a roadmap to get there
GET YOUR ONLINE SHAPED UP
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• Get moving into the social space
• Figure out where your audience already is
• Decide where it is best for you to join them
• Listen to what they are already saying
• Let them know that you are there with them,
don’t take over
• Join in the conversations
• Become a participant that ads value
STEP INTO SOCIAL
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• Lots of this can happen at the same time
• Set up your CRM
• Build a web and online presence
• Set up social accounts
• Start listening to you constituents
• Educate your staff and prepare them
MOVE IN PARALLEL