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Social Media Support Model


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This model is a high-level view of what a connected and integrated web presence looks like. It visually demonstrates that each network is to be structured together through widgets, RSS, etc to minimize data entry points.

Model view developed by Shaun Holloway. There is an approach to using social media tools that is in another one of my uploads to shows in what order they should be used to maximize sustainability.

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Social Media Support Model

  1. 1. Web & Social Media Marketing Basic Model<br /><ul><li> All areas connect to and support one another (2-way integration)
  2. 2. A strong core is needed to support interconnectedness </li></ul>A strong core and foundation is needed to support the interconnection of all the tools and messages, while driving traffic to the core. <br />All of the tools used should support the central core and one another.<br />Social<br />Networks<br />Box IndicatesEXAMPLES of Tool and Service Providers<br />YouTube<br />Vimeo<br />Veoh<br />Flickr<br />Webshots<br />Yahoo Video<br />DailyMotion<br />MetaCafe<br />Google Video<br />Facebook<br />LinkedIn<br />Forums<br />Microblogs<br />Interest<br />General<br />Utterly<br />Blubrry<br />Interest<br />General<br />Company<br />Individual<br />Institution<br />Organic<br />Feeds<br />Bookmarking<br />Email / Print<br />Interest<br />General<br />Photobucket<br />Fotki<br />SmugMug<br />Slide<br />Video<br />Photos<br />Blogs<br />Audio<br />Sites<br />FISHER College of Business<br />Central Website & Community<br />By: Shaun Holloway, 2008<br />