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WaysWe’ve Tried to Distance Ourselves from Relating
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The Logic of “Stickiness”
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Spreadable Media: How to Make Word of
Mouth Work for You
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1. Make a statement
2. Be Visual
Page views in social are 94%
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3. Be part of the conversations—
Yes, even the negative ones
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Spreadable Media: How to Make Word of Mouth Work for You

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Today's marketers are facing a reset on their understanding of how web 1.0's "stickiness" has been supplanted by web 2.0's "spreadability." Great content is shared, and that has major implications for brands around the world. Audiences want to engage with brands, but it requires the fine art of "listening" and building the zeitgeist that surrounds the brand's eco-system, so that the brand becomes part of the story. When brand marketers get spreadable media right, they foster an emotional relationship with the brand that should be at the heart of all brand strategy.



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Spreadable Media: How to Make Word of Mouth Work for You

  1. 1. Spreadable Media: How to Make Word of Mouth Work for You #SMTLive
  2. 2. 216,110 157,345 Join the Conversation… #SMTLive
  3. 3. #SMTLive Our Speakers Sam Ford is Director of Audience Engagement at Peppercomm and co-author of the 2013 book (with Henry Jenkins and Joshua Green) of Spreadable Media: Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture, from NYU Press. @Sam_Ford Jason Falls is a leading digital strategist, entrepreneur, author, speaker and thinker in the digital and social media marketing industry. He leads digital strategy for CafePress, a publicly-traded internet retailer consistently ranked as one of the top online shopping destinations. He also continues to serve as founder and chief instigator at SocialMediaExplorer.com, an industry-leading blog and digital marketing agency. @JasonFalls Suzanne Fanning was an early believer in the power of WOM. By connecting with and empowering consumers (even before all the cool kids were talking about WOM) she was able to unleash the power of worldwide brand evangelism to drive unprecedented results for several global companies. @SuzanneWOMMA Emily Yellin is a journalist, author and consultant. Her most recent book, Your Call Is (Not That) Important to Us -- Customer Service and What It Reveals About Our World and Our Lives, was published by Simon & Schuster. @eyellin
  4. 4. Spreadable Media: How to Make Word of Mouth Work for You #SMTLive
  5. 5. WaysWe’ve Tried to Distance Ourselves from Relating to the Public… #SMTLive The Logic of “Stickiness” Mistaking “Culture” for Biology The “Influencer” The Safety of Numbers
  6. 6. Spreadable Media: How to Make Word of Mouth Work for You #SMTLive Why is it important to get people talking? Nielson Wire 2012
  7. 7. 1. Make a statement
  8. 8. 2. Be Visual Page views in social are 94% higher when they contain an image or a visual element.
  9. 9. 3. Be part of the conversations— Yes, even the negative ones
  10. 10. Smart Car
  11. 11. Join us next week for… #SMTLive What's the Right Mobile Move? Responsive Design, Apps, Tablets and More Tim Hayden, Mobile/Lifestyle Visionary Krissy Espindola, Director, Social Customer Support at T-Mobile Jamie Turner, CEO and Founder of the 60 Second Marketer Paul Dunay, Moderator

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