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UCLA X469.21 FALL '17 - WEEK 3

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UCLA X469.21 FALL '17 - WEEK 3

  1. 1. Instructor: Erik Deutsch (@erikdeutsch) #SocMedUCLA Best Practices in Social Media for the Communications Professional Meeting 3 (October 30): • Final Project Overview – Social Media Plan Outline • Social Media Platform Convergence • Facebook, Instagram & Twitter Basics Guest speaker: Serena Ehrlich(@Serena) Director, Social & Evolving Media Business Wire UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  2. 2. 1. Situation Analysis (a few paragraphs – no boilerplate) 2. Goals (bullet points – well defined) 3. Target Audiences (bullet points – demo/psycho) 4. Competitive Analysis (a few paragraphs) 5. Strategies (bullets) 6. Tactics (bullets) 7. Measurement (starting point + benchmarks) The Final Project UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  3. 3. • Ask yourself “why?” – then ask again • Tied to core (bottom line) objectives (expanding social media presence is not an underlying goal) • Be specific Vague Goals: Increase awareness, enhance image, promote products/services Specific Goals: Drive website traffic, engage with existing/new customers and generate sales, expand company’s leads database, position company leaders as experts in their field UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  4. 4. • Be specific: • Think beyond “customers/donors” and “the public at large” • B2B and/or B2C • Demographic, geographic, psychographic, behavioristic, etc. • Basic demographics include age, gender, income, profession, education, family size, homeowner, marital status, etc. UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  5. 5. Strategy: Plan of action for achieving a goal or solving a problem (derived from the Greek word for leading an army). Tactic: Means by which a strategy is carried out – specific action items (derived from the Greek word for arranging or ordering) UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  6. 6. Strategy = General Plan of Action (what you’re going to do) e.g., Divide & Conquer Tactics = Specific Actions to Carry Out Strategy (how you’re going to do it) e.g., Gather intelligence, destroy enemy communications, ground invasion, etc. Put another way… Strategies – the high-altitude view Tactics – on-the-ground view UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  7. 7. Goal: Turn the tide and increase sales of baking soda Strategy: Introduce new uses for baking soda Marketing Tactics: Advertising, retail promotions, new product launch PR, publicity stunts, contests, etc. Quiz... Is "build a Facebook page" a strategy or a tactic? Arm & Hammer Baking Soda (circa 1970s) UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  8. 8. Platforms are copying features that attract and engage users (goal to deliver more ads). • Disappearing photos/videos/ messages • Visual filters/”lenses” • Story (“Stories”) format • Hashtags e.g., Facebook/Instagram copying from Snapchat Therefore, marketers should platforms based on audience, not features or format UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
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  10. 10. 1. Personal Profiles 2. Groups 3. Brand Pages - Local Business or Venue - Company or Organization - Brand or Product - Artist or Public Figure - Cause or Community Also – FB Messenger Bots are used increasingly for customer service and one-on-one engagement UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  11. 11. Facebook “Customers” vs. “Users” - Advertisers are the “Customers” - Users are the “Product” FB is a consumer data collection engine and ad serving platform UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  12. 12. • Organic vs. paid (sponsored posts) • Edgerank algorythm (affinity, weight and recency) • Insights (native analytics) UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  13. 13. UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017 Classic “bait & switch” – FB sold brands on investing in fans/likes, then changed the algorithm to severely limit organic access those fans/likes
  14. 14. Just Announced – “Split Feeds” Facebook is testing changes to split its news feed into a primary feed for friend-and-family content and a secondary feed for brand and media pages. Promoted posts would remain in the primary feed. UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  15. 15. • Quality over quantity. • Shorter posts (to generate more engagement). • Provide a link (and hashtag). • Ask questions (to ignite a dialogue). • Use photos, links and “native” video for higher edgegrank. • Go live! FB Live video streaming • Pay to expand reach UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  16. 16. 1.General Status Update 2.The Retweet (RT and MT) 3.The @Mention 4.The @Reply 5.Direct Messages (DM) 6.Hashtag Tweet (#) UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  17. 17. Tweet Structure - Headline or phrase - Link - Hashtag It’s a micro blog post – tell a story (in just 140 characters) UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  18. 18. • Tweets with image and video links have 5 times the engagement rate • Tens of millions of fake Twitter users – plus 44 percent of users have never sent a single tweet • The cost of a 24-hour promoted trend costs about $200K • Katy Perry is the queen of Twitter with more than 98 million followers • Ellen’s photo of celebs at the Oscars generated 3.4 million retweets within hours – recently surpassed by a kid trying to get free chicken nuggets. UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  19. 19.  Owned by Facebook (acquired with valuation higher than the NY Times)  More for improving brand visibility and building community than driving website traffic  Photos, “Stories” and Videos (60 second clips + live streaming)  Native analytics provide detailed follower data (demographics, usage info, etc.) UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  20. 20. • Get Discovered: o #HASHTAGS to classify images and aid discovery o Insert most of your hashtags into comments (keep photo captions clean) o Tag people and use geolocation o Review “Search & Explore” page for what’s trending o Follow, like/comment and engage! • Overcoming no live links in captions: o URL in profile bio o Watermark images to stamp URL on photos UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  21. 21. • Follow others (reciprocity) • Complete your profile and look “legit” (photo, keywords and links) • Engage! • Leverage what’s trending (#hashtags/keywords) • Post when/where your target followers hang out • Attend events (online/offline; e.g., Twitter chats) • Mention and tag other users in your posts (“ego bait”) • Promote everywhere (email sig, website, marketing collateral, etc.) • Buy them... literally (but don’t) UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  22. 22. • YouTube - Video Sharing • Pinterest – Scrapbooking • LinkedIn – Pro Networking • Snapchat – Messaging • Swarm – Geolocation • Periscope – Video Streaming *Note: List subject to change every five minutes. UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017
  23. 23. Instructor: Erik Deutsch @ErikDeutsch #SocMedUCLA Best Practices in Social Media for the Communications Professional Meeting 3 (October 30): Guest speaker: Serena Ehrlich (@Serena) Director, Social & Evolving Media Business Wire UCLA X469.21 Fall 2017

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