Ecademy - in brief

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4 brief slides describing Ecademy and the process of 'Know Me, Like Me, Follow Me'

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  • Customers are now an audienceTo be followed you need to know whyBuild your awareness of you and your value to othersWhat knowledgeWhat supportWhat sharingConsider the free economy – what can be sharedFREE???Wide or deep networking – the value of bothQuantity vs qualityKnowledge – your starting point
  • Ecademy - in brief

    1. 1. Ecademy <br />Established in 1998, Ecademy is a UK based global social network for business people comprised of SME businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurs.<br />Their members consider Ecademy to be a key part of their working day with over 41% of members visiting everyday and another 38% visiting every week:<br />to establish new contacts<br />for knowledge (share and learn)<br />for support and trusted advice<br />to collaborate and to find suppliers or partners<br />to buy and sell directly or via recommendations<br />Think of Ecademy as the Facebook of ambitious SME Businesses and Entrepreneurs.<br />
    2. 2. Understanding the social networks<br />LinkedIn is a business network, we talk business only, like a business conference where we pick up cards<br />FaceBook is a nightclub, I go there with people I know and meet occasional strangers<br />Ecademy is a wine bar where business people meet and discuss life and business, it is a social place where business happens<br />Twitter is a search engine for conversations. ‘get found on Google, becomes ‘Get found on Twitter’<br />
    3. 3. The Ecademy philosophy and process for businesses to be successful<br />
    4. 4. Know Me, Like Me, Follow me – a social media process developed by Ecademy<br />Know Me, through sharing knowledge, reading and creating news – (Blogging, YouTube, distributing your content via Twitter)<br />Like Me through conversation and networking. Making friends and having people talk about you.<br />Follow Me– once you have enough people Knowing and Liking you, you will achieve a natural following which will create momentum for you and your business<br />

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