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  • Jeff Jarvis – Dell Hell story
  • “ Now’s not the time to mince words, so let me just say it… we blew it. Instead of trying to control information that was made public, we should have simply corrected anything that was inaccurate. We didn’t do that and now we’re paying for it.’
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  • Copyright © Imparta Limited 2002 – 2008 All Rights Reserved How are ratings an reviews an example of the wisdom of the crowds? Do you use them? Average rating across all categories is 4.3 out of 5. When all ratings are 5/5, conversions go down. Why? (because looks like bullshit) You can harness negativity because it add authenticity Returns rate goes down when you have ratings and reviews. Why? Expectations set.
  • Copyright © Imparta Limited 2002 – 2008 All Rights Reserved When asked consumers rated how much they trusted specific advertising media, mobile text ads scored 18%, banner ads 26%, search 34%, and TV and magazines 56%. But word of mouth - hearing about products and services through friends and family - scored 78%.
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  • Copyright © Imparta Limited 2002 – 2008 All Rights Reserved When asked consumers rated how much they trusted specific advertising media, mobile text ads scored 18%, banner ads 26%, search 34%, and TV and magazines 56%. But word of mouth - hearing about products and services through friends and family - scored 78%.
  • Copyright © Imparta Limited 2002 – 2008 All Rights Reserved When asked consumers rated how much they trusted specific advertising media, mobile text ads scored 18%, banner ads 26%, search 34%, and TV and magazines 56%. But word of mouth - hearing about products and services through friends and family - scored 78%.
  • Copyright © Imparta Limited 2002 – 2008 All Rights Reserved When asked consumers rated how much they trusted specific advertising media, mobile text ads scored 18%, banner ads 26%, search 34%, and TV and magazines 56%. But word of mouth - hearing about products and services through friends and family - scored 78%.
  • Copyright © Imparta Limited 2002 – 2008 All Rights Reserved When asked consumers rated how much they trusted specific advertising media, mobile text ads scored 18%, banner ads 26%, search 34%, and TV and magazines 56%. But word of mouth - hearing about products and services through friends and family - scored 78%.
  • [Digital marketing];[sm for small business]

    1. 1. social media for small businesses jenni lloyd
    2. 2. i’m a consultant with social media agency nixonmcinnes one of the UK’s largest dedicated teams of social media specialists hello! I’m Jenni Lloyd
    3. 3. we help create authentic, powerful, and long lasting unions between people and brands. we call it social media goodness. we do this through digital media today.
    4. 4. we design and build social solutions we provide strategic consultancy
    5. 5. hands up who… is on Facebook? uses social media? knows what social media is? is on LinkedIn? is on Twitter?
    6. 6. but these things are just tools if they don’t last the course will social media then be ‘finished’?
    7. 7. the tools are a product. of fundamental, long-lasting change No.
    8. 8. brought about by cheap, easy, mass access to a global publishing platform
    9. 9. we’re seeing a fundamental shift
    10. 10. from a time when we saw our websites as a destination ‘ build it and they will come’
    11. 11. to a recognition that our customers are playing elsewhere
    12. 12. if we want to talk to them we need to be where the conversation is
    13. 13. we need to be useful and we need to be wherever they want us to be
    14. 14. what does this mean?
    15. 15. anyone can have a voice
    16. 16. individual experts can build up global influence without the mediation of publishers
    17. 17. ex-employees with insider knowledge can expose uncomfortable facts
    18. 18. cease and desist doesn’t work in this environment
    19. 19. groups of people can quickly organise themselves: for, or against
    20. 20. Source: eBay.com; Amazon.com customer opinions about products & services are freely available
    21. 21. hands up… if you’ve ever used Trip Advisor or read a review on Amazon?
    22. 22. a landscape of empowered consumers how can we capture their attention?
    23. 23. <ul><li>Rank ordering of activities engaged in by people while ‘using media’ in order of declining popularity: </li></ul><ul><li>eating </li></ul><ul><li>doing housework </li></ul><ul><li>doing laundry </li></ul><ul><li>cooking </li></ul><ul><li>talking on the phone </li></ul>buy it? Jan 2008, BIGResearch
    24. 24. mobile text ads scored 18% banner ads 26% search 34% TV and magazines 56% word of mouth 78% DoubleClick, via The Guardian, May 2008 earn it!
    25. 25. 5 tips to get you started
    26. 26. who are they? where are they online? what are they doing? what tools are they likely to use? know your audience
    27. 27. find out who’s saying what about you set up Google alerts use addictomatic / twitter search listen
    28. 28. what is it you’re trying to achieve… know your objectives to listen and understand? to engage in conversations? to generate buzz? to encourage participation?
    29. 29. offer value be authentic, transparent and helpful link to those that disagree disclose your position/interests match your message to the environment -these are social spaces… follow the rules of engagement
    30. 30. a facebook fan page? a blog? ratings and reviews on your site? twitter? choose the right tools an island in second life? use what’s right for your audience and objectives, not the big new thing
    31. 31. a few examples of how we’ve been applying this approach
    32. 32. we helped T-Mobile get the über geeks on board for the launch of the first Google phone network mapping & influencer engagement
    33. 33. we helped Oxfam and CAFOD centralise petition sign-ups across their partner sites through building widgets strategy and widget design, build & deployment
    34. 34. we helped C4’s PR team more effectively promote programmes to niche audiences through social media training training & consultancy
    35. 35. we helped MORE TH>N compete for niche longtail search terms by building a blog around issues that their customers care about consultancy, design & build
    36. 36. hands up who… knows what social media is now?
    37. 37. I’ll get my coat!
    38. 38. any questions? [email_address] nixonmcinnes.co.uk nixonmcinnes.co.uk/ebooks twitter.com/nixonmcinnes
    39. 39. get in touch [email_address] nixonmcinnes.co.uk nixonmcinnes.co.uk/ebooks twitter.com/nixonmcinnes
    40. 40. some must reads… The 17 Rules of Social Media Optimization The New PR Wiki Any online marketing blog (Seth Godin = v.good) The Cluetrain Manifesto by various The Long Tail by Chris Anderson The Wisdom of Crowds by James Surowiecki Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell Anything by Seth Godin
    41. 41. Image credits hands up 1 http://flickr.com/photos/mic_n_2_sugars/564570276/sizes/o/ shift http://flickr.com/photos/sanbeiji/220645446/sizes/l/ disneyland http://www.flickr.com/photos/denn/160596269/sizes/l/ playing elsewhere http://flickr.com/photos/mugley/2227098069/sizes/o/ conversation http://flickr.com/photos/emdot/32179191/sizes/l/ tools http://flickr.com/photos/22280677@N07/2504310138/ wonderwoman http://flickr.com/photos/bbaltimore/10566018/sizes/o/

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