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Starbucks Coffee
Social Media Strategy: by Katelyn Vogt
Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. Social Media Objectives
3. Social Media Audit
4. Online Brand Persona and Voice
...
Executive Summary
In 2016, Starbucks Coffee will focus its social media around
increasing its online following and engagem...
Social Media Objectives
In 2016 Starbucks Coffee’s goal is to drive shop revenue through
social media connections and enga...
Social Media Audit
Starbucks Coffee is highly engaged on all platforms. Its content is unique to each
site, but relevant. ...
Social Media Audit
Platform Volume Percentage
of Overall
Traffic
Conversion Rate
Facebook 300,000 unique
visits
9% 10%
Twi...
Social Media Audit
Age
Distributi
on
Gender
Distributi
on
Primary
Social
Network
Secondary
Social
Network
Primar
y Need
Se...
Social Media Audit
Competitor Social Media
Profile
Strengths Weaknesses
Dunkin Donuts https://twitter.co
m/DunkinDonuts
-B...
KPIS & Key Messages
KPIS:
-Number of photos
and videos shared on Twitter,
Instagram and Facebook
-Number or retweets,
comm...
Online Brand Persona and Voice
Words
Describing our
Organization:
 Trendy
 Quality
 Global
 Warm
 Bold
 Reliable
Strategies and Tools
Paid:
-Boost most popular organic content 3 times a week, specifically on Facebook.
Posts must have a...
Strategies and Tools
Tools
Approved Rejected Existing
Subscriptions/Licenses
-Hootsuite -N/A -Adobe Creative Suite
-Buffer...
Timing and Key Dates
Holiday Dates: Columbus Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving,
Election Day, Veterans Day, Christmas, New Year...
Social Media Roles and
Responsibilities
Social Media Director: Ryan Turner (director of global social
media)
Social Media ...
Social Media Policy
Social media is vital to the success of Starbucks and our ability to engage and
relate with consumers....
Critical Response Plan
Inappropriate social media post from Starbucks Coffee Account
1. When post detected:
-Screenshot po...
Critical Response Plan
Health issue with food or drinks
1. When issue detected and reported:
-Contact Adam Brotman, execut...
Measurement and Reporting Results
Website Tracking: Reporting period of 6 months
Platform Volume Percentage
of Overall
Tra...
Measurement and Reporting Results
Social Media Tracking: As of April 1, 2017:
Social
Network
URL Foll
owe
r
Cou
nt
Avg. We...
Measurement and Reporting Results
Sentiment Analysis:
An analysis of 250 Facebook posts, 250 Tweets and 250 Instagram post...
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Starbucks: Social Media Audit

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Social Media Strategy and Audit for Starbucks Coffee
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Starbucks: Social Media Audit

  1. 1. Starbucks Coffee Social Media Strategy: by Katelyn Vogt
  2. 2. Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary 2. Social Media Objectives 3. Social Media Audit 4. Online Brand Persona and Voice 5. Strategies and Tools 6. Timing and Key Dates 7. Social Media Roles and Responsibilities 8. Social Media Policy 9. Critical Response Plan 10. Measurement and Reporting Results
  3. 3. Executive Summary In 2016, Starbucks Coffee will focus its social media around increasing its online following and engagements. Our content will encourage replies and start more conversations to ensure target audiences are motivated to drink Starbucks Coffee. Our social media strategies are as follows: 1. Increase audience engagement and form relationships through creative content 2. Increase amount of visual content released
  4. 4. Social Media Objectives In 2016 Starbucks Coffee’s goal is to drive shop revenue through social media connections and engagement. To do so, we will increase interesting, eye-catching content to draw our audiences in as well as increasing opportunities for conversations on all social media platforms. Objectives: 1. Increase visual content by 30 percent within 4 months 2. Increase brand engagement by 45 percent in 6 months (measured by retweets, mentions and hashtag usage)
  5. 5. Social Media Audit Starbucks Coffee is highly engaged on all platforms. Its content is unique to each site, but relevant. Visuals are utilized well. Opportunities to converse with target audiences could be improved. Social Network URL Follo wer Cou nt Avg. Weekly Activity Average Engagement Rate Twitter https://twitter.com/Starbucks 11.8 M 15-20 posts/retweets 8% Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Star bucks/?fref=ts 36.4 5 M 4-6 posts 5% Instagram https://www.instagram.com/star bucks/ 11.6 M 7-9 posts Avg. Interactions with posts: 365 Social Media Tracking
  6. 6. Social Media Audit Platform Volume Percentage of Overall Traffic Conversion Rate Facebook 300,000 unique visits 9% 10% Twitter 500,000 unique visits 15% 17% Instagram 150,000 unique visits 4% 12% Our audience is highly engaged on Twitter with Facebook following. Instagram is lagging behind and could use improvement.
  7. 7. Social Media Audit Age Distributi on Gender Distributi on Primary Social Network Secondary Social Network Primar y Need Secondar y Need 15% 12- 17 52% women 48% men 52% women 48% men 40% Facebook Good, strong coffee Reliable, quick experienc e 35% 18- 30 40% Twitter 30% Twitter 25% 31- 45 30% Facebook 20% Instagram 15% 46- 60 25% Instagram 10% 61 and up Our major consumers are between the ages of 18-30 as well as 31-45. Twitter and Facebook are their main platforms with the goal of receiving a good product in a timely manner in mind.
  8. 8. Social Media Audit Competitor Social Media Profile Strengths Weaknesses Dunkin Donuts https://twitter.co m/DunkinDonuts -Brand Loyalty -Happy hour from 2-5 1.11 M Twitter following Lack of seasonal specials McDonalds https://twitter.co m/McDonalds -Offers breakfast/lunch/ dinner -Many locations 3.3 M Twitter following More known for food than coffee Currently, Starbucks is beating its competitors on social media, but that does not mean we should stop striving for growth. We must engage our audience and convince others to become brand loyal.
  9. 9. KPIS & Key Messages KPIS: -Number of photos and videos shared on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook -Number or retweets, comments and mentions -Sentiment analysis Key Messages: A good life with a good cup of coffee
  10. 10. Online Brand Persona and Voice Words Describing our Organization:  Trendy  Quality  Global  Warm  Bold  Reliable
  11. 11. Strategies and Tools Paid: -Boost most popular organic content 3 times a week, specifically on Facebook. Posts must have a minimum of 10,000 reactions/likes or 200 comments. -Invest in Facebook ads promoting limited-time only drinks (with images) Owned: -Promote the hashtag #StarbucksStars to get audiences to share their best Starbucks experiences -Use the hashtag to spotlight current Starbucks employees all over the world and share their stories Earned: -Monitor Twitter for keywords such as coffee, latte, PSL or pumpkin spice, Frappuccino, misspellings of Starbucks and cold brew. -Offer 50 Starbucks gift cards to warm/leads prospects to be used at any location
  12. 12. Strategies and Tools Tools Approved Rejected Existing Subscriptions/Licenses -Hootsuite -N/A -Adobe Creative Suite -Buffer -Vimeo
  13. 13. Timing and Key Dates Holiday Dates: Columbus Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Election Day, Veterans Day, Christmas, New Years Eve, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, Saint Patrick’s Day, April Fools Day Internal Events: End of PSL season, Starbucks Investors Day Lead time: Plan campaigns 1 month in advance, begin content sharing day-of Reporting Dates: N/A
  14. 14. Social Media Roles and Responsibilities Social Media Director: Ryan Turner (director of global social media) Social Media Manager: Ashlee Langholz Senior Vice President of Customer Relationship Management: Aimee Johnson Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer: Adam Brotman
  15. 15. Social Media Policy Social media is vital to the success of Starbucks and our ability to engage and relate with consumers. It is essential our messages are representative of our brand and our mission. As an employee of Starbucks Coffee you must use social media in this manner and always strive to meet our best practices. Tips to follow: -Be respectful to all (including our competition) -Be the solution, not the problem -Help customers get the results they need -Ask before you post, if you are unsure -Use common sense Violation of this policy could result in corrective action including termination. You may also be subject to legal action if necessary. Starbucks Coffee reserves the right to take further action if deemed necessary. If you have any questions about this policy, feel free to contact your manager human resources.
  16. 16. Critical Response Plan Inappropriate social media post from Starbucks Coffee Account 1. When post detected: -Screenshot post -Delete post -Alert Ashlee Langholz, social media manager (If unavailable, alert Ryan Turner, social media director 2. Ashlee and Ryan meet to discuss message’s reach and impact 3. Ashlee develops follow-up message for Ryan to approve 4. If media has been alerted of incident, Ryan handles all direct contact 5. Ryan and Kim discuss employee social media responsibilities and disciplinary action for incident No preapproved message is created for this scenario.
  17. 17. Critical Response Plan Health issue with food or drinks 1. When issue detected and reported: -Contact Adam Brotman, executive vice president and chief digital officer and Ashlee Langholz, social media manager -Contact specific store incident occurred -Search online for break of story 2. Adam and Ashlee meet to discuss online impact of outbreak/incident 3. Ashlee develops statement to release, Adam must approve 4. Adam handles direct contact with media 5. Adam and Ashlee speak with relevant employees of disciplinary action and problem solutions No preapproved message is created for this scenario.
  18. 18. Measurement and Reporting Results Website Tracking: Reporting period of 6 months Platform Volume Percentage of Overall Traffic Conversion Rate Facebook 600,000 unique visits 13% 12% Twitter 450,000 unique visits 20% 20% Instagram 200,000 unique visits 7% 15%
  19. 19. Measurement and Reporting Results Social Media Tracking: As of April 1, 2017: Social Network URL Foll owe r Cou nt Avg. Weekly Activity Average Engagemen t Rate Twitter https://twitter.com/Starbucks 12.5 M 25 posts/retweets 12% Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Sta rbucks/?fref=ts 37.5 M 8 posts 9% Instagram https://www.instagram.com/st arbucks/ 12 M 11-12 posts Avg interactions: 500 Social media engagement has improved on all platforms. Visuals have worked well to our success and staff are satisfied with the results thus far. Our relationships with consumers are blossoming and in store purchases are up.
  20. 20. Measurement and Reporting Results Sentiment Analysis: An analysis of 250 Facebook posts, 250 Tweets and 250 Instagram posts revealed the following: Following holidays and drink releases, consumers shared positive sentiment including affection toward the product and brand. #StarbucksStars received positive feedback with consumers sharing their own stories and engaging with ours. The largest negative sentiment came for drive-thru and indoor waiting lines. Consumers share frustration of waiting for their products long periods of time, particularly on the way to work or a similar venue. Proposed action: - Continue #StarbucksStars campaign -Look at training opportunities to increase flow of traffic in stores and drive- thrus

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