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  • In 2008-2009, Dell, had been able to track just over $6.5 million in sales from promotions run exclusively via the tweet. The $6.5 million is the product of 100 employees tweeting in 35 different channels reaching customers in over 12 countries; Brazil Twitter users have spent over $800,000 in the last eight months. For a company this large and with so much effort behind it, the number sounds less impressive but still… Anyone out there taken advantage of a Twitter deal from Dell?
  • Frank Eliason might be the most famous customer service manager in the world. He started @ComcastCares, to much media attention. Comcast even goes out of its’ way to find tweets from disgruntled comcast customers (
  • My Starbucks Idea – Starbucks’ own version of a social network where customers are asked to share their ideas on anything related to Starbucks. The site gives users the ability to see what others are suggesting, vote on ideas and check out the results. This site is a brilliant and important aspect of Starbucks social media strategy. Users who are part of this network feel that they have some role in the decision making process of the company and it makes them feel a part of it.
  • The Fiesta Movement, Ford‘s recently six-month social media experiment put a new Fiesta car in the hands of 100 “agents” (members of the public) to drive and review using Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, and blogs. Fiesta Movement was a huge success. The 700 videos produced by the agents have generated 6.5 million views on YouTube, and there have been more than 3.4 million impressions of Fiesta Movement on Twitter. Even photos taken by the agents have been viewed more than 670,000 times. When it comes to word-of-mouth marketing, those are serious numbers. As Scott Monty, Ford’s head of social media said while creating buzz from Fiesta Movement was certainly important (more than 50,000 U.S. consumers who interacted with the movement said they wanted more information about the vehicle, and 97 percent of those do not own Ford vehicles), equally important was the customer feedback on design and engineering issues that the Fiesta agents have delivered. This was particularly important given that Ford was introducing this version of the Fiesta—a European car—into the U.S. market for the first time.
  • Within hours, the American Red Cross made it incredibly easy to donate $10 via text by texting HAITI to 90999. Within days, millions had been raised.
  • How does Social Media work?Before Social Media, one person’s restaurant experience might be conveyed to their neighbors, parents, and co-workers.There are only so many people that one person would be in contact with to even be able to chat about a particular business or experience.
  • After social media, each person’s network will see that individual’s comments, suggestions, and possible endorsements of a company.
  • What does this mean? Companies no longer have control of the bulk of what is said about them. Across social networks, rating sites like Yelp and Citysearch, people are creating messaging that is outside the traditional realms of marketing – TV, Radio, Newspapers, Billboards. More importantly, these personal contacts are much more influential than traditional forms of Social Media, so each and every one of you can affect someone, and help to positively influence the Spark Energy message. Today, you are part of the message, and you are part of the conversation!
  • Regulated Monopoly – why do you care about improving customer satisfaction/sentiment? What do complaints cost? What does it cost to avoid the complaints? Aggregated still costs company – goodwill, etc. Youtube – Social Media ROI Calculation, Salesforce.com
  • If you hold true the notion that being responsive to online customer questions, complaints and feedback is an essential core tenet of good social media marketing, then you should consider your response time a valuable success metric. Being fast (and first) to respond to the online conversation, particularly when it turns bad, is a critical component of online customer service and an engaged social business.The fast food industry certainly appreciates response time. The word “fast” is in the description of their market segment. Those computer monitors that hang from the ceilings behind counters at McDonald’s, Chick-Fil-A and the like primarily display the orders yet to be filled, but secondarily also flash how long it has been since the order was placed to keep the staff focused on their basic unique selling proposition: fast.I took a few minutes to plug several restaurants into Expion, an enterprise social media management solution focused on franchise and multiple location businesses. They are a client of mine and their back-end analytics offer a pretty amazing ability to pull information about your competitor’s activity on Facebook and Twitter and allow you to compare, analyze, etc.Looking across a landscape of fast food offerings including McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Chick-Fil-A, Burger King, Tim Horton’s, Hardee’s, Arby’s, Subway, Quizno’s, Panera Bread and A&W, we find some interesting correlations. For the time frame of Jan. 1 through Jan. 17 of this year, Wendy’s, Pizza Hut and Chick-Fil-A all had average first-time responses under 1:30. All three have over 1,100 fan posts on their wall. No other restaurants were close in fan post volume. One could correlate that the more responsive a brand is, the more engaged their fans are.Wendy’s has an astonishing 20-minute response time to over 6,000 posts (17.6 percent of the 37K posts in the first two weeks of January). Of course, the restaurant’s FryForAll promotion and application accounts for the lion’s share of their posts, but still. Some 225 entries on Wendy’s Facebook page have been deemed negative by Expion’s keyword filters and the restaurant is there to offer a response.Pizza Hut is victimized by Facebook Wall spammers quite a bit and doesn’t seem to do a very good job of moderating or controlling the issue. They responded to nine percent of all fan posts in about 1:15. Their response to the negative posts, however, was just 24 minutes, so nice steppin’ up.Chick-Fil-A has an impressive 37.2% response rate for all wall posts — highest among those I looked at. They also responded to 56 percent of those deemed negative (behind Quizno’s, Subway and Arby’s). But only Quizno’s matched their 55 minue response time. It took Arby’s almost 11 hours.
  • Be professional online. Scott Bartosiewicz, a social media marketing specialist was stuck in traffic, and was running late for work. He intended to post a note to his personal twitter feed, but the application he was using allegedly had a glitch, and he instead posted this message to the official Chrysler Autos twitter feed. Within a couple hours, hundreds of thousands of people had heard of the flub, and it even made mainstream media coverage.In the same way, watch the type of information you post personally, because even though you may not accidentally post to the official Spark Energy channels, please be aware that what you post can still reflect upon your company.
  • This particular Twitter posting came back to bite James Andrews from Ketchum (New York office) who made some unflattering remarks about Memphis this morning before he presented on digital media to the worldwide communications group at FedEx (150+) people. Not only did an employee find it, they were totally offended by it and responded to the agency person. The kicker is that they copied the FedEx Coporate Vice President, Vice President, Directors and all management of FedEx’s communication department AND the chain of command at Ketchum. Mr. Andrews, the Ketchum presenter, did not take into account that many FedExers are native Memphians and are feircely defensive of their city and their company.
  • Always be transparent when posting online, especially when speaking engaging when referring to competitors, and when speaking about Spark Energy.In 2009, a man named Michael Bayard posted a job on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk – a website for posting small jobs like transcribing videos, etc.The job requested that people look up specific Belkin products, and rate them favorably, whether they had owned or even used them, or not.Upon doing some research, a blog discovered that Mr. Bayard was a Business Development manager at Belkin, simply by searching for his name on LinkedIn.
  • Belkin ended up having to have the President apologize for the activity, Mike was fired, and amazon deleted the fraudulent postings – you’ll see that one of the products today still has a large majority of 1-star ratings. His lack of transparency, along with his request for others to disguise their motives resulted in a huge blunder for Belkin, and it exists today as one of the largest examples of someone trying to sneak around the system.
  •  Have a Break video Greenpeace had produced on Wednesday I didn’t foresee how Nestlé would manage to fail on such an epic scale on their social media management.Following the  email action, hundreds of activists became fans of Nestlé on their  Facebook page and then hit their wall with messages clearly stating they weren’t fans, they just wanted Nestlé to sort their palm oil sourcing out.Whoever was managing the wall for Nestlé must have had a bad couple of days – they posted a comment telling people if they mashed up their logos and posted on the wall their comments would be deleted. To add to the problem the moderater then started to get snippy with people:Read more on Future:Media:Change: http://futuremediachange.com/2010/03/nestle-in-epic-social-media-fail/#ixzz1I0pyW1h9 Blogging the intersection of media, technology and the global good Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Share Alike
  • Holy Crap, You Can Get Paid To Be On Facebook?

    1. 1. Holy Crap, You Can Get Paid To Be On Facebook? All About Jobs In Social Media@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    2. 2. Hi! Eric T. Tung • Social Media Manager @ BMC • Univ. Texas 05 Graduate • 5 Years in Social • 39,000 Twitter followers • Forbes #1 Social Media Network@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
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    8. 8. This Was The Internet@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    9. 9. This was probably you.@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
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    15. 15. What I’m Gonna Tell Ya. • 1. What’s Social Media about? • 2. Wait, You Get Paid For This? • 3. What You Should Do Right Now.@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    16. 16. Generated $6.5 million in sales from Twitter as early as 2009 slide 16@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    17. 17. Has helped over 150,000 customers through Twitter, @ComcastCares slide 17@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    18. 18. Blog for customer interaction results in 50,000 new product ideas slide 18@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    19. 19. Ford sent Fiestas to the top 100 bloggers in Europe for a year: generated 31,000 pieces of content and 60% awareness… before the car was ever sold slide 19@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    20. 20. Raised $5,000,000 from 500,000 donors in 2 days after Haitian earthquake slide 20@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    21. 21. Social Networking is HUGE. World Populations China 1,354M India 1,210M 1,060M 500M 400M USA 315M Indonesia 237M Brazil 194M Pakistan 182M Nigeria 170M Russia 152M slide 21@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    22. 22. The media landscape is changing… slide 22@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    23. 23. Francis vs. Benedict:@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    24. 24. Bush ‘01 Obama ‘13 slide 24@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    25. 25. Maybe even no more newspapers…@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    26. 26. People are shifting from web-based email to mobile, SMS, Facebook…@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    27. 27. Online Marketing Channels Owned Paid Earned Brand and Product Internet Social Media Websites Advertising (Pages & Feeds) Mobile Brand and Product Websites PPC – Search Marketing Word of Mouth Proprietary Mobile Applications Mobile Advertising User Forums Customer Care Services Sponsorships News, PR, Proprietary Announcements Digital Content Paid Applications Blogger Proprietary Blogs Relationships@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    28. 28. “PR is taking a back seat to Social Media” - Todd Wheatland, VP, Head of Thought Leadership Kelly Services@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    29. 29. 1 . There’s a lot more people in the public than you can ever have in your PR group. 2. 92% trust recommendations of friends and family above all other forms of advertisingNielsen Global Trust inAdvertising Report, 2012@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    30. 30. One Message Before Social Media Word of Mouth@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    31. 31. One Message After Social Media Word of Mouse@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    32. 32. “A brand is nolonger what wetell theconsumer it is– it is whatconsumers telleach other it is.”- Scott Cook, co-founderIntuit, Board Member Ebay, P&G@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    33. 33. People Are Talking@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
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    35. 35. “Companies can no longer control the message, but they can control the results if they are aware of which channels of communication their audience is using” - Dragonfly Media slide 35@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    36. 36. • The Greatest Customer Service Story Ever Told, Starring Morton’s Steakhouse http://shankman.com/the-best-customer-service-story- ever-told-starring-mortons-steakhouse/@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    37. 37. @EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    38. 38. “Nature gave us one tongue and two ears so we could hear twice as much as we speak.” - Epictetus@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    39. 39. How Quickly Should You Respond? http://www.socialmediaexplorer.com/social-media-marketing/whats-your-social-media- average-response-time/@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    40. 40. This is how you win real-time marketing…@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    41. 41. So… What Do People Want From Social Media? Incentives, Discounts 77% Customer Service 46% Offer Feedback 39% Games, Contests 26% Marketing 21% Cone 2010 Customer New Media Study by OCR, Oct 2, 2010@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial slide 41
    42. 42. Wait, you get paid for this?@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    43. 43. Yes, There’s lots of Social Jobs Social Content Writer 30% Social Marketing Manager 27% Social Strategist 16% Social Media Specialist 14% PR Brand Manager 7% Online Community Manager 5% Social Titles via Onward Search Recruits, 2012@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
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    47. 47. Ok, How Much Do You Make? Social Marketing Mgr: 73k-116k Social Strategist: 55k-103k Online Community Mgr: 54k-79k PR Brand Manager 49k-90k Social Media Specialist 46k-71k Social Content Writer 22k-60k 25% & 75% percentile Indeed.com for New York City@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    48. 48. At BMC Software Mark, VP Global Connect Debbie, Ann, Social Media Lead Sr Manager, PR Eric, Alison, Jana Social Media Mgrs. Tara, Matt, Anirban, Gitte PR Manager Community Mgrs@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    49. 49. At Salesforce Marketing Cloud David, Sr. Dir, Content & Community Jeff Heather, Manager, Content Mgr, Engagement Amanda Manager, Content Trish, Sr. Community Mgr Jason, Brand Journalist Gus, Community Mgr Melanie, Community Analyst Andrew, Brand Journalist@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    50. 50. My Day. • Engagement • Education • Entertainment • Empowerment • ‘Earing@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    51. 51. Importance of Social Media 10% of organizations report an employee who has done something via Social media that damaged its reputation@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    52. 52. Be Professional.@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    53. 53. Conduct Guidelines – Be Be Nice. Professional “We do not know the total millions of dollars FedEx pays Ketchum…We are confident however, it is enough to expect a greater level of respect and awareness from someone in your position…A hazard of social networking is people will read what you write.” slide 53@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    54. 54. Be Transparent.@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
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    57. 57. Take it offline.@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    58. 58. What You Need To Do. Now.@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    59. 59. Get on LinkedIn. 1.Build Your Network 2.Opportunities Come To You 3.Industry Group Connections 4.Keep Resume Up to Date 5.Read Industry News 6.Get Noticed on Google@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    60. 60. Get on #Twitter. 1.Stay on top of news & trends 2.Follow People in your field 3.Develop your Voice/Following 4.Connect with Brands 5.Connect with Celebs@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    61. 61. Clean Up Facebook. 76% of recruiters/hiring managers have checked an applicant’s profile 46% did so before even reaching out 69% have been rejected an applicant@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    62. 62. Clean Up Facebook. Clean up poor grammar/vulgar language Update your professional history Pick an appropriate picture Check out your Likes View As…@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    63. 63. @EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    64. 64. Blog. Establish a voice. Make connections. Great for Search Engines You’re in the J-School, showcase your writing!@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    65. 65. Show The World You Mean Business. Register Your Domain.@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
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    76. 76. http://erict.co/UNCResources@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
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    80. 80. What You Should Do. • Consider a career in social. • Consider B2B companies. • Sign up for Twitter, LinkedIn, and your domain. • Blog, blog, blog. • Provide Value. • Be Yourself.@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    81. 81. Thank You! • All Networks: EricTTung • Web: ericttung.com • Email: Eric@EricTTung.com@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial
    82. 82. More Resources • Pinterest Board with More Resources, cited studies, etc: http://erict.co/UNCResources@EricTTung erict.co/UNCSocial #UNCSocial