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  • Also called social mediaDecide WHY you are doing this: business, personal, bothKnow your target audienceBlogging is another form of social networking, but not covering it here because it can be an entire seminar by itself! Same with YouTube. Rules, tips, techniques we’ll discuss also apply to them.Blog – 2-3 times per week; have 30 before you startYou Tube – OK for business, but keep it professional
  • Do you want to reach any of these people?
  • Surveyed 880 marketing professionals who were very new to social networking to very experienced70% were small business ownersMedian age was 40-4956% were women
  • Word of mouth on steroids
  • Options: why are you doing this? Any specialty groups you could join?Intuitive user name, not something made up that most people won’t knowAs much profile and bio information as possible – SHOW why they should get to know youCurrent photo – preview how it will lookResearch friends; don’t accept everyonePlan your strategy, including how much time per day/week you’ll spend updating, reading and so on. Can be addictive!Continue to look for new and better resourcesRemember that this is only ONE resource that you should be using for promoting your business or self
  • ADD VALUEQuality vs. Quantity – don’t over-message or have too many friendsIn Twitter, thank those who retweet youDon’t have multiple “tweets” for one messageBe professional – good grammar and punctuationYou never know who will read your messageKey is to build relationshipsPosition yourself as an expert
  • Don’t try to hide who you areThe Federal Trade Commission is moving to regulate social-media “advertising.” The FTC is planning to hold marketers liable for false statements published on blogs and social networks—meaning companies or bloggers could get sued for saying a product was good if it really wasn’t."THX for the follow! Discover how to get 16,000 followers in 90 days and make money doing it?"
  • “Cisco just offered me a job! Now I have to weigh the utility of a fatty paycheck against the daily commute to San Jose and hating the work.”Nothing posted online is ever totally gone. Someone could have saved or printed it…or used it in some other way.Know if you are on your friends’ Facebook pagesBig brother always watching – just ask Michael PhelpsHave more than one account?
  • Founded in May 2003 when the 5 founders invited 300 of their most important contacts to joinHad 4,500 members within first month33 million members at end of 2008Free personal listing or premium account ($249.50 / year minimum)Import contacts from Outlook, gmail and othersSearch for people, jobs, companies or groupsGreat resource for job seekers – but info better match your resume
  • Always research others. In LinkedIn, look at work history and their connections. OK not to connect with them if it doesn’t make sense.Research appropriate groups to join.
  • Always research others. In LinkedIn, look at work history and their connections. OK not to connect with them if it doesn’t make sense.Research appropriate groups to join.
  • Two Harvard students founded in 2004 to share profiles, pictures and info with other students23.4% growth just in MarchFree to join
  • Great example of what current or potential employers or clients would see if they searched for you.If they have their own Facebook account, they would see much moreCan be made private – carefully review and personalize privacy settingsMonitor pictures others may have of you on their pagesAlso has useful (and not useful, but fun) groupsCassie example
  • Great example of what current or potential employers or clients would see if they searched for you.If they have their own Facebook account, they would see much moreCan be made private – carefully review and personalize privacy settingsMonitor pictures others may have of you on their pagesAlso has useful (and not useful, but fun) groupsCassie example
  • Great example of what current or potential employers or clients would see if they searched for you.If they have their own Facebook account, they would see much moreCan be made private – carefully review and personalize privacy settingsMonitor pictures others may have of you on their pagesAlso has useful (and not useful, but fun) groupsCassie example
  • Created in 2006Better question would be “what’s important to my followers”Micro-bloggingFollowers, not friendsA post is a “tweet”Other applications like TweetDeck and Twirl to manage – cross-post with Facebook and others
  • Only see my posts, not posts from people I followCan be made private, but less flexible than FacebookReply to someone Tweet – but others can seeRetweet – “forwarding” someone’s Tweet to your followersDirect message = private communicationHashtag (#) – grouping of tweets about subjectShorten URLs to post
  • Social networkingpresentation wvf

    1. 1. Social Networking...Gaining Credibility with LinkedIn, Facebook &Twitter<br />
    2. 2. Definition<br />Social networking (or media) focuses on building online communities of people who share interests and/or activities. Most social network services are Web-based and provide a variety of ways for users to interact, such as e-mail and instant messaging services.<br />
    3. 3. Just A Few Of MANY!<br />
    4. 4. Why???<br />46% of American adult Internet users have a profile on an online social network site<br />61% of people with online profiles have annual household incomes of more than $50,000<br />45% of people with online profiles are college graduates<br />54% female, 46% male<br />28% use social networking to make new business or professional contacts and/or promote themselves or their work<br />~ Pew Internet & American Life Project Survey<br />
    5. 5. Benefits Of Social Networking<br />Source: Social Media Marketing Industry Report, March 2009<br />
    6. 6. Everyone Is Doing It<br />Top Five Social Media Channels Companies Are Using:<br />Facebook (80%)<br />Twitter (66%)<br />YouTube (55%)<br />LinkedIn (49%)<br />Blogs (43%)<br />Survey conducted by Minneapolis-based Russell Herder and Ethos Business Law in July 2009. Four hundred thirty-eight randomly selected management, marketing and human resources executives from companies across the U.S. completed the online survey.<br />
    7. 7. Why Use Social Networking?<br />Relationships<br />Relationships<br />Relationships!!!<br />
    8. 8. Research your options<br />Set-up account<br />User name<br />Profile/Bio<br />Photo<br />Find friends and associates<br />Lurk to get used to format<br />Start posting!<br />Getting Started!<br />
    9. 9. Tips & Techniques<br /><ul><li>Be relevant
    10. 10. Be an expert
    11. 11. Be useful
    12. 12. Be a resource
    13. 13. Tell people how to find you
    14. 14. Ask questions…and answer them
    15. 15. Quality vs. Quantity
    16. 16. Avoid too much TMI – but a little is OK
    17. 17. Build relationship before trying to sell</li></li></ul><li>Do not…<br />Lie, cheat or steal<br />Curse or be vulgar<br />Over-post<br />Under-post<br />Spam<br />Be pushy/hard sell<br />Be one-dimensional<br />Don’t follow or be friends with those who do, as their reputation (and posts) may follow you!<br />
    18. 18. What Social Networking Is NOT<br />X<br />Private<br />Personal<br />Hidden<br />
    19. 19. An Example<br />
    20. 20. Deb’s Top Three<br />Exists to help you make better use of your professional network and help the people you trust in return<br />Over 55 million members in over 200 countries and territories around the world<br />A new member joins approximately every second, and about half of members are outside the U.S. <br />Executives from all Fortune 500 companies are LinkedIn members<br />Average user is over 41 years old and earns more than $100,000 per year<br />
    21. 21. LinkedIn Public Profile<br />
    22. 22. LinkedIn Groups<br />
    23. 23. Deb’s Top Three<br />More than 350 million active users <br />More than 2/3 of users are not in college <br />The fastest growing demographic is 35 years old and older <br />Average user has 130 “friends”<br />More than 175 million users log on at least once each day<br />More than 700,000 businesses have Fan pages<br />
    24. 24. Facebook Profile Page<br />
    25. 25. Facebook Fan Page<br />
    26. 26. Facebook Fan Page<br />
    27. 27. Facebook Applications<br />
    28. 28. Blocking Facebook Applications<br />
    29. 29. Deb’s Top Three<br />A service for friends, family, and co-workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: “What ‘s happening?”<br />Messages can only use just 140 characters<br />The site expects one billion users by 2013<br />Estimated number of users is over 10 million<br />40% of users earn more than $50,000 per year<br />
    30. 30. Public Website Page<br />
    31. 31. Is It Worth It?<br />YES!!<br />
    32. 32. A Few Final Thoughts…<br />Your homework: set up accounts on LinkedIn, Facebook and/or Twitter and connect, friend or follow me!<br /><ul><li>www.linkedin.com/in/deborahkrier
    33. 33. www.facebook.com/deb.krier
    34. 34. www.twitter.com/debkrier</li></li></ul><li>Resources<br />Lots of good tips & techniques and information<br />www.mashable.com<br />Hubspot<br />Information on setting up Facebook or Twitter for business:<br />www.hubspot.com/internet-marketing-whitepapers<br />Twitter Power<br />By Joel Comm, @joelcomm, www.joelcomm.com<br />LinkedIn Resources<br />www.integratedalliances.com<br />
    35. 35. Contact Info<br />Deborah Krier<br />Wise Women Communications<br />WWC Events<br />(303) 594-8930<br />dkrier@wisewomencommunications.com<br />dkrier@wwcevents.com<br />©2009, Wise Women Communications, LLC; unless otherwise noted.<br />

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