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This is a brief excerpt from a daylong comprehensive multimedia seminar on social media for business. Sections covered in the daylong event include:
Section #1: Fundamentals
An overview of the growth of Social Media in Malaysia, Asia and around the world, plus an in-depth examination of how a major German chemical company uses social media internally and externally.
Section #2: “Facebook Nation”
Facebook, with more than 900 million users, is the undisputed heavyweight of the social media world. This section discusses the new Timeline changes, and how they can be used for business.
Section #3: Everybody else
Everyone else include Google+, Twitter, YouTube and the up-and-coming Chinese microblog Weibo. The section covers the capabilities of each social tool, with special emphasis on business applications.
Section #4: Blogging, Pinterest, etc.
Blogging can establish your business as a thought-leader and support lead generation. Pinterest is the fastest-growing social media, and is perfect for visually oriented business such as fashion, tools, travel, jewelry, design, hobbies, etc.
Section #5: Social business tools
The primary social business tools can be used for community branding, career branding and personal branding. This section looks at the various platforms for each type of branding, plus examines various ways to measure your online brand.
Section #6: Management & measurement
The heart of a brand is community engagement, including building brand ambassadors. This section looks at the dos and don’ts of community engagement, as well as the options for building communities. Monitoring is required to learn what customers are saying behind your back, while measurement looks at the various returns on your investments in social tools.
Section #7: Planning, strategy & budgeting
Many social tools are free, but social media management is not. This section discusses how to create a comprehensive social media strategy, and take a look at costs for various types of social media efforts.
Section #8: Advice & tips
Social media success starts with senior management buy-in and support and continues through employee training and education. Other tips addressed in this section include establishing a social media policy.
Section #9: Social Business & the road ahead
Social media optimizes your brand, but Social Business optimizes your business. Learn more about this emerging area, and how it can make your human resources, strategic planning and R&D more effective.
Section #10: More case studies
A look at social media success stories from Cisco, Best Buy, Sprint, Fiskars, Sephora, Jimmy Choo and other well-known brands.
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