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What is social media. informational by edibles advocate alliance

  1. 1. Social Media Marketing:27 Awesome Stats, Soundbites and Slides
  2. 2. This eBook Includes:• Social Media Marketing Statistics• Definition of Social Media Marketing• Definition of Social Media Monitoring• Free and Paid Monitoring Tools• Helpful Social Media Soundbites• Facebook, Twitter and Blogging Explanations• Social Media ROI Explanation and Statistics www.ediblesadvocatealliance.org | Emily Brooks | 203-450-4331 2
  3. 3. Why Is Social Media Important?: StatisticsPhoto Credit: kevindooley
  4. 4. GlobalInternet Users Photo Credit: Jess3
  5. 5. 90 TrillionThe numberof emails sent onthe Internet in 2009.
  6. 6. 500 Million Active Facebook UsersPhoto Credit: Oversocialized Source: Tech Herald
  7. 7. 126 MillionThe number of blogs on the Internet.
  8. 8. 10 Billion+ Tweets Sent on Twitter Since 2006Photo Credit: Rosaura Ochoa Source: Mashable
  9. 9. 2 Billion Videos Are Streamed Each Day On YouTubePhoto Credit: jonsson Source: Techcrunch
  10. 10. What Is SocialMedia Marketing?
  11. 11. “Social Media Marketing: Enables Others to Advocate for Your Business Through Compelling Content”Image credit: Ian Sane
  12. 12. “Social Media is Like a Cocktail Party: Listen Then Respond”Photo Credit:The Dana Files
  13. 13. “Links are the Currency of the Social Web”
  14. 14. “Social Media Monitoring Collects Online Mentions for Measurement and Response”Image Credit: Suchitra Prints
  15. 15. Free Social Media Monitoring ToolsImage Credit: Hamed Saber
  16. 16. Paid Social Media Monitoring ToolsPhoto Credit aresauburn™
  17. 17. “Company Blogs are Digital Publications that Allow Public Responses”Photo Credit kevindooley
  18. 18. Blogging and B2C and B2B Leads www.ediblesadvocatealliance.org | Emily Brooks | 203-450-4331
  19. 19. # Blog Articles By Leads Generated www.ediblesadvocatealliance.org | Emily Brooks | 203-450-4331
  20. 20. “Facebook is a social network that connects people personally and professionally through connections, messages, photos, & videos.”Photo Credit: Marvin Kuo
  21. 21. Facebook Fan Pages Let BusinessesInteract with Customers and Prospects
  22. 22. “Twitter is like a Text Message with a BCC: To The World”Photo Credit: ydhsu
  23. 23. Businesses Use Twitter to Converse withProspects, Provide Customer Service and Drive Website Traffic.
  24. 24. Free Twitter ToolsPhoto Credit: M i x y
  25. 25. Social Media Can Drive Leads and CustomersPhoto Credit: PhotoDu.de
  26. 26. Social Media is for Leads and Sales www.ediblesadvocatealliance.org | Emily Brooks | 203-450-4331
  27. 27. Social Media is for B2B and B2C www.ediblesadvocatealliance.org | Emily Brooks | 203-450-4331
  28. 28. Social Media EnablesContextual Calls-To-Action
  29. 29. “Social Media + Lead Generation Opportunities = ROI”Photo Credit: xJasonRogersx
  30. 30. Sustainable Marketing Solutions Sustainable Marketing Solutions Our marketing partnerships with high-powered Inbound Marketing Firms further enables our mission to provide Sustainable Marketing Tools and Inbound Marketing Platforms that utilize more environmentally sustainable Resources. http://www.ediblesadvocatealliance.org/sustainable-marketing-solutions/ 30
  31. 31. Sustainable Marketing SolutionsSustainable Marketing Solutions:• helps you get found online by more qualified visitors.• shows you how to convert more visitors into leads.• gives you tools to close those leads efficiently.• provides analytics to help make smart marketing investments. http://www.ediblesadvocatealliance.org/sustainable-marketing-solutions/
  32. 32. Thank you to our Inbound Marketing Partners for this Presentation www.ediblesadvocatealliance.org Emily Brooks 203-450-4331

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