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Social media pdf

  1. 1. New MediaThe New Way to Think
  2. 2. Outline• Introduction• Social Media Initiative• New/Social Media Strategy
  3. 3. IntroductionMany businesses are quickly adopting social media as a new form of communicationwith their customers. Proactive brands have already begun tapping into this resource,and unmanned social networking communities have sprung up.It is important to note the growing importance of using social medianetworking as a way to communicate with the TG. This fundamental shift incommunication gives brand the opportunity to build brand equity and engage itscustomers with a new channel of communicationSocial media allows the ability to deliver our marketing messages, promotevarious company initiatives and attract brand enthusiasts. Utilizing these various forms ofmedia allows the brand create a community of active and prospects customers who wecan ask for direct feedback, learn what issues are important to their businesses and learnhow we can become solution providers.Social media Journal 2013
  4. 4. • Join the conversation• Engage in beneficial conversation with customers• Build brand loyalty• Increase brand awareness• Energize customers about our brand• Competitors are already engagedWhy go Social?
  5. 5. Processes of EngagingB2B buying process is fundamentally changing.93% of buyers now use search to begin their buying process37% post questions on social networking sites when looking for suggestions
  6. 6. Here is what Business to Businesses (B2B) buyers currently thinkProcesses of Engaging9:10 say when they areready to buy, they’ll find you85% interact and engageonline93% companies shouldhave social media presence
  7. 7. Whats in it for client/consumersAnticipated reciprocityIncreased recognitionSense of efficacyCommunication
  8. 8. In it for brandxCustomerLoyaltyEnhanceMarketingIncreaseBrandAwarenessIncreasecompetitionintelligenceIncreaseRevenue
  9. 9. SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY
  10. 10. Objectives•Position brand as a thought leader in the industry•Engage in direct customer feedback and conversation•Increase traffic to the web and new customer acquisitions•Educate customers on the benefits•Increase product penetration and sales in its categories•Increase brand awareness and customer loyalty•Engage in online industry conversations with customers and key decision makersvia social media outlets
  11. 11. Strategy DirectionEntering the social media environment can be Intimidating ifyou do not have a robust strategy in place.It is not recommended to join or start a conversation online without conducting some initialresearch (“listening”)
  12. 12. Strategy DirectionUnderstand how each social media platform can be usedto meet your overall social media objectives.
  13. 13. Tracking our CompetitorsBrands have started maintaining blogs, Facebook pages and Twitter feeds.Monitoring what they are promoting, important insights can gain by lookingcarefully into what they are interested in and where their business is headed.
  14. 14. The Elements
  15. 15. Making key connections with top business leaders online will extend our relationship and lead to thepossibility of contract negotiations and increase of market share.Make business connections, cultivate leads and develop your brand imageamong top professionals. This platform allows you to identify the types ofconnections and lead discussions on various public forums.Participating and leading online discussions will help promote personnel expertiseposition brand as a thought leader in industry.
  16. 16. Topics that will promote engagement and sharing-new market data, educational content, thought leadership.A blog focusing on related industry content will not only anchor our socialmedia outreach, it will help position ourselves as a thought leader withinthe industryThe more diverse and useful our posts are for our customers the more chances wehave to increase leads, and overall industry clout. A blog is also beneficial to helping your Search Engine Marketing strategy.Sustainable and relevant content
  17. 17. Twitter is great for crowd sourcing – when you’re following people in your industry and peopleare following you, you’re aware of what they think about what you are doing and what they aresaying about it.Twitter is great for building influence on your business – the more content you produceand market, the better you build your reputation as an expert in the industry.Create Character in Your BrandTwitter provides the platform for you to establish yourself as a trusted source of content.Equity boosterBasically, it’s like having your own online focus group, 24/7.The Promotional PalaceCustomer Service and Chit Chat
  18. 18. Twitter the talk of the townUnderstand the essence of an accountCreate an identity on your handleKnow what to respond toKnow who to followQuality Vs QuantityTrending# tagDirecting tweetsRetweets
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  21. 21. Drive web traffic and Lead generation: Withthe recent updates in the Facebook system,websites can now be linked to Facebookprofiles and pages. You can review your fansprofile and find future prospects to aid inlead qualifying process.Reputation Management: Facebook, asan interactive media can be used forreputation management by answeringback to those bad publicity andclarifying some misguided information.Networking: You can search for peopleor businesses in the Facebook platformwho are involved in your industry andbecome a fan of a page or profile.Branding and Free Advertising: With itsover 600 million members worldwide.Customer Interaction: Facebook is agood medium to interact with yourcustomers.
  22. 22. Post recent brand activities to your pageOngoing projects, pictures, videosVivid brand logoEngage your page visitors and open a window of positiveexperience for them bearing in mind the essence of the accountTraffic to websiteMonitor the number of likes on your page
  23. 23.  Free advertising Short term gains - gain immediate visitors. Long terms gains - attracts visitors for years to come. Causes exponential growth – reaches a large audience. Automate your marketingmethods - set it up once and forget about it. Inexpensive to set-up – it primarily involves some investment of time. Viralmarketing tools are easy to develop i.e. you can create an e-book without knowing how to write. Quickly build your reputation. Easy to combine with other marketing methods – i.e. include as a bonus with otherproducts. Increase targeted traffic to your web site.
  24. 24. You Tube deliverables• Viral Capacity• Multiple view possibilities• Cheap to set up• Universal, non restrictive access• Feedbacks from views• View ratings
  25. 25. Mobile AppsCustomers can almost always be reachedReduced targeting errors and improved data managementImproved time relevance: The always-on and always-aware nature of mobile devicesprovides more timely communications than any other channel.Location awareness: Knowing someone’s geographic location, critical to engagement
  26. 26. SummaryIt is important to note that all elements mustwork together to create a formidable impacton the digital space thereby enabling brandsfulfil their dreamsOnasoga Kayode
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