Omi summit 2013 social media landscape by todd wilms


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For those who joined the OMI Keynote on Sept 17th, these are the slides we discussed. For those interested, reach out to me for further details. Happy to help!

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Omi summit 2013 social media landscape by todd wilms

  1. Social Media Marketing Landscape: Competitive Strategies and Tactics for 2013 Todd Wilms Digital, Social, Communities SAP
  2. Social Media Marketing Landscape:Competitive Tactics & Strategies for 2013Speaker: Todd Wilms, Digital, Social, Communities, SAPSession Description:Keeping up with the Joneses? Not anymore. What matters these days is keeping up with socialmedia! The choices are endless and no matter what the platform or technology, everyoneseems to have cracked the code to social media success. Even with all the success weveseen, staying on top is not easy in this constantly evolving landscape. So many changes havecome through social media in the past few years, and no doubt that more are on their way in2013. Interested in where it is all going? What should be in store for you for the next year? Thissession is not predictive – there is no crystal ball -- but what Todd can do is share insight tohelp you stop reacting to the market and develop the program you want for your brand and foryour audiences. It’s not simple, but we can make it easier!In this session you will learn: How to develop a program for you that is manageable How to find your audience today and where they are going tomorrow What others are doing similar to you, what others are doing you should avoid
  3. Agenda:The Goldrush . . . Again3 P’s:• Platforms• People• Power
  4. 7 Things About Your Speaker1. Social Media for SAP2. Speaker3. Writer on Forbes4. Been Doing This Awhile5. Husband and Dad6. Enjoys the Bay Area7. Fun Fact: Bodyguard for a U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team
  5. Thank you @NetBase
  6. Platforms
  7. The Big Three . . .FacebookLinkedInTwitter
  8. . . . And Google +
  9. #OMISummit @toddmwilms
  10. Are you spending time getting your brand on Second Life?
  11. How about Friendster?notes
  12. Flavor of the Moment• Pinterest• Second Life• Quora• G+• MySpace• Twitter• LinkedIn• Foursquare• Friendster• Fab
  13. Avoid The “Flavor of the Moment”Think GoalsThink Audience
  14. People
  15. #OMISummit @toddmwilms
  16. People
  17. “The problem is focusing onscoring. Just like it would beinappropriate to base all ofyour decisions on someonebased on their credit score,a measure of social influenceis just one aspect, but it iscertainly not a measure ofeverything.”
  18. Influence In Your Own Way• Be Your Own Measure• Aspire, But Don’t Compare
  19. Power
  20. No jokes – Just real lifeIf a tweet falls in the This move is “out of The Un-apologywoods … fashion”One of the world’s largest oil “Theres no one who wants this During violent protests in Egyptcompanies (this time not BP), didn’t over more than I do. I would like early in the year, fashion designersee the need for a Twitter account my life back” – BP’s Tony Hayward Kenneth Cole personally tweeted– so Greenpeace created one for ...them. "Millions are in uproar in #Cairo.For 6 weeks they broadcast to the Rumor is they heard our newworld how this company was spring collection is availabledestroying the planet from the online."“companies own” twitter handle.Friends don’t let friends drink and tweet . . . “I find it ironic that Detroit is known as the #motorcity and yet no one here knows how to f**king drive,” the official Chrysler Twitter account tweeted in March. Oops! An employee of the companys social-media agency had got confused about which account he was logged into and while drinking one Friday night …
  21. Anti- “Love Story”“Social Means Having To Say You Are Sorry” Pre-Social: Raised to level of awareness by leaders Movement Protest Rally Awareness Threshold Letter / Op- Ed Communal Pre-Social: May be invisible to Annoyance leaders Post-Social: Easily visible to Angst Vote with leaders Irritation Wallet
  22. FedEx – Which is more fun to watch?
  23. FedEx Stock Price: Nov 2011 – Mar 2012 Coverage slows to a crawl Dec 21: Formal YouTube ApologyDec 19th: Video hits YouTube
  24. Rules for Crisis Social Communications Tone Direction1. Be Humbled 5. Take Action2. Be Real 6. Learn from Mistakes3. Be Honest 7. Steps to Ensure . . .4. Be Direct/Smart 8. Where to go for . . .
  25. Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment Blog or Twitter PostDiscover Has someone discovered a blog post about SAP? Is it a positive post? N Y “TROLLS”Evaluate Is this site dedicated to bashing & degrading others? CONCUR N Y MONITOR ONLY A factual well cited “RAGER” Y Avoid responding / monitor for relevant info response, which Is this post a rant, rage, joke, ridicule or may agree or satirical? N disagree w/post, yet is not negative FIX THE FACTS N “MISGUIDED” Y Respond w/factual info directlyLET POST Are there erroneous facts in the post? (see blog response considerations below)STAND NNo response Y “UNHAPPY CUSTOMER” RESTORATION Y Rectify the situation, respond and act upon Is the post a result of a negative a reasonable solution. experience from stakeholder(s) See blog response considerations below.Respond N FINAL EVALUATION SHARE SUCCESS LET POST Proactively share your Base response on present circumstances, influence and N STAND Y story & mission w/blog No response prominence. Will you respond? Y Y SOURCING INFLUENCE TIMELINESS TONEConsiderations TRANSPARENCY Cite your sources Focus on the most Take time to create Respond in a tone Disclose your SAP by including links, influential blogs a good response – that reflects highly Affiliation video, images, related to SAP 24 hours maximum on SAP other references
  26. Proactive1. Listen2. Understand Social Influence3. Build Communities4. Humanize Your Brand
  27. Listen “Take the megaphone away from your mouth; put it to your ear” -SAP CMO Jonathan Becher#OMISummit @toddmwilms
  28. Understand Social Influence#OMISummit @toddmwilms
  29. Build Communities#OMISummit @toddmwilms
  30. Humanize Your Brand#OMISummit @toddmwilms
  31. Our customers produce more than 72% of the world’s beer.#OMISummit @toddmwilms
  32. Our customers produce more than 86% of the world’s athletic footwear.#OMISummit @toddmwilms
  33. 4 Key Takeaways1. Don’t Compare Today with Yesterday2. Platforms Less Collaborative3. Power: Understand Influencers4. People: Consumers Flexing New Muscles
  34. Next Steps:Address the 3 P’s in your organizationResources to help:• OMI• Digital Media Summit Sessions / Speakers• Practical Advice: Social Media Examiner/Mashable• Pay-It-Forward / “Social” Media
  35. Thank Youwww.onlinemarketinginstitute.orgTodd