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Blog\Works - Talk Sample

  1. 1. It’s about Marketing through Blogs conversations! We will cover: What is social media, relevance/ impact on brands. How social media could be used for marketing – anecdotes, tips, how to begin. Things to remember. Strategic approach. October 2006 © Scenario Communication Partners 2006 1
  2. 2. We already know about corporate bigwigs blogging in the US. Correct. Many CEOs have taken to writing blogs to engage with key stakeholders. October © Scenario 2
  3. 3. Jonathan Schwartz, President, Sun Microsystems http://blogs.sun.com/jonathan/ Technology, Competition October © Scenario 3
  4. 4. Bob Lutz , Vice Chairman, GM + Others http://fastlane.gmblogs.com/ GM initiatives and other asides October © Scenario 4
  5. 5. Others, like Microsoft have even used their employees’ blogs to give it a human face and soften its image. October © Scenario 5
  6. 6. Robert Scoble, The employed at Microsoft (Since quit) http://scobleizer.com Agreed with critics when he believed they were right. Communicated feedback to Microsoft teams. Later led Microsoft’s blog initiative ‘Channel 9’. October © Scenario 6
  7. 7. Isn’t this corporate blogging? Yes, and can benefit an organisation in many ways, depending on the need & situation. October © Scenario 7
  8. 8. What about using blogs for marketing? Many companies are already using them successfully as marketing tool for their brands. October © Scenario 8
  9. 9. Blogs are complementary to your efforts • Advertising will continue to drive sales • Media relations will drive visibility • Blogs bring transparency, a first-hand perspective based on participation both from the company and the consumer October © Scenario 9
  10. 10. But do blogs and bloggers really matter? Ask Dell (and Sony), IIPM (Arindam Choudhuri) who have found themselves caught in a blogfire. October © Scenario 10
  11. 11. Ignore it at your peril Dell has since set up a blog. Oops! I wish I was engaged in a conversation with my customers. My relationship could have helped in damage control. October © Scenario 11
  12. 12. And it doesn’t impact high-involvement products only October © Scenario 12
  13. 13. But even before you jump in and decide whether to set up a blog or engage in a blog outreach programme, blogs can help you to understand the pulse. October © Scenario 13
  14. 14. You are being spoken about: Are you listening? Track issues, analyse. Opportunity/ Crisis? Wouldn’t you like to participate in the conversation/s? October © Scenario 14
  15. 15. Nokia connected: Word of mouth sells When did you last buy anything because the media said so? Word of mouth sells. October © Scenario 15
  16. 16. Using blogs for marketing isn’t necessarily about setting up a blog. You may not have one but may still use the blogosphere to your advantage. October © Scenario 16
  17. 17. Neighbor’s envy, owner’s pride http://treonauts.com Shouldn’t Treo have thought of starting a community first? Learn as you have fun. Andrew Carton, a Treo fan set up this blog. It’s hugely popular as we can see. October © Scenario 17
  18. 18. Enablements RSS Podcasts Video Mobile October © Scenario 18
  19. 19. What about closer home? Who is using it? Many a marketer have shown foresight and started out early- the first in their attempts… October © Scenario 19
  20. 20. This one is interesting I think. October © Scenario 20
  21. 21. Travel blog contest outreach October © Scenario 21
  22. 22. Map of connections on a social networking site October 2006 © Scenario Communication Partners 2006 22
  23. 23. So, where do I begin? October © Scenario 23
  24. 24. Jump in? Or…follow a method? Strategic Approach October © Scenario 24

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