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The New World Of Work - 2010

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Presentation from my March 10, 2010 BrightTalk webcast

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The New World Of Work - 2010

  1. 1. The New World of Work How social technologies are changing business. Steve Patrizi Vice President, Marketing Solutions LinkedIn Corporation
  2. 2. “Opportunity doesn’t knock. It chirps, buzzes, pings, and vibrates.”
  3. 3. Poll: Are you a member of LinkedIn?
  4. 4. 60 million professionals
  5. 5. Years to reach 50 million users Radio = 38 years TV = 13 years LinkedIn = 6 years
  6. 6. 2003: 1 million = 477 days 2010: 1 million = 10 days
  7. 7. Over 200 countries Over 170 industries Execs from every F500
  8. 8. Younger, Affluent Decision Makers % College AvgAge AvgHHI % BDM’s Post Grad LinkedIn 44 $105,731 76% 40% WSJ 50 $99,994 70% 33% Forbes 49 $96,801 65% 34% BusinessWeek 49 $95,306 65% 35% Nielsen @plan Fall 2009
  9. 9. LinkedIn’s Mission: To connect the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful.
  10. 10. The World Is Flat… “It has become possible for more people to collaborate and compete in real time, with more people on more different kinds of work from more different corners of the planet, on a more equal footing, than any previous time in the history of the world.” …and faster…and more challenging…
  11. 11. The New World of Work  Every individual is now a business  Decision making is distributed and faster  Companies are becoming more open
  12. 12. Every individual is now a business.
  13. 13. Job tenure is on the decline Global competition is increasing Greater movement between professions and industries Greater access to information People loyal to their skills, not their employer Work used to be a place you would go – now it’s something you do Today’s students will have 10-14 jobs before they turn 38
  14. 14. Every individual is a business Your name & your reputation = your brand Your salary = your revenue Your skills & experience = your advantage Your online profile = your business listing Your network = your R&D, sales & marketing departments
  15. 15. Why should you care?  Today’s decision maker is thinking as much about their “own business” as they are about their employer’s.  How does your product or service help people achieve individual success as well as success for their business?
  16. 16. Decision making is distributed and happening faster.
  17. 17. Decision making: down & out “I can be fast, “I can take my but I may make time, but I may a mistake.” miss out.” “My network can help me make informed decisions quickly and confidently.”
  18. 18. Active networkers report greater decision- making support Source: Society for New Communications Research
  19. 19. Traditional decision-making supplemented by social media Source: Society for New Communications Research
  20. 20. Professionals primarily looking to three platforms: Source: Society for New Communications Research
  21. 21. Companies are becoming more open.
  22. 22. Companies are more open Boston/Route 128:  Longer tenures  No cross-pollination  Innovation happened within the company Silicon Valley  Frequent movement between companies  Strong connections between companies  Innovation moved from company to company Businesses evolving to SV model  Individuals tapping worldwide knowledge bases  Flash teams  Social technology accelerating this trend
  23. 23. Poll: How many people work at your company?
  24. 24. Companies need to be more open Companies with <50 employees?
  25. 25. Companies need to be more open Companies with <50 employees? of your company than inside.
  26. 26. Companies need to be more open Companies with <50 employees? FACT: There are more smart, informed experts outside of your company than inside. Companies with >5,000 employees?
  27. 27. Companies need to be more open Companies with <50 employees? FACT: There are more smart, informed experts outside of your company than inside. Companies with >5,000 employees? FACT: There are more smart, informed experts outside of your company than inside.
  28. 28. All employees are accessible Your Employees
  29. 29. All employees are accessible Colleagues Your Employees
  30. 30. All employees are accessible Partners Colleagues Your Employees
  31. 31. All employees are accessible Partners Customers Colleagues Your Employees
  32. 32. All employees are accessible Partners Customers Colleagues Recruiters Your Employees
  33. 33. Got Social Media Guidelines? From IBM’s Social Computing Guidelines (http://www.ibm.com/blogs/zz/en/guidelines.html ) Be thoughtful about how you present yourself in online social networks. The lines between public and private, personal and professional are blurred in online social networks. By virtue of identifying yourself as an IBMer within a social network, you are now connected to your colleagues, managers and even IBM's clients. You should ensure that content associated with you is consistent with your work at IBM. If you have joined IBM recently, be sure to update your social profiles to reflect IBM's guidelines.
  34. 34. How can your company be successful in the New World of Work?
  35. 35. Friends of Linkedin 500 members 150+ discussions Invaluable feedback & insights
  36. 36. “Before I began researching on Google, I joined a group to learn more about renewable energy and posted a discussion asking for proposals…within minutes I was talking on the phone with market experts in China.” Austin Arensberg Business Development, Prime Energy Investments
  37. 37. “As National Chairman of the BMA, I belong to the 18 BMA chapter groups, where I comment and lead discussions. It’s a great way to stay in touch with our 2,500 members.” Gary Slack Chairman & CEO, Slack Barshinger
  38. 38. Build a community with Groups Easy to set up Tools to manage discussions Leverage viral activity Weekly announcements
  39. 39. Over 500,000 Groups Over 1,000 Formed Every Day
  40. 40. “When building the technical backbone of the site, I looked to the Linkedin community for advice. I also discovered people influencing the music niche.” Dan Gellert Jitterbug.tv co-founder
  41. 41. Find your target audience… Target advertising using publicly shared profile data Audiences targeted by: - Profession - Seniority - Industry - Company Size - Geography
  42. 42. …and measure engagement  Who saw your ads?  Who was most responsive?  What other audiences should you address?
  43. 43. Banners: Alive and well Join the conversation in Answers FICO used banner advertising and InMail to promote FICO World. 10-20% of all people who signed up came from the Linkedin campaign. Laurent Pacalin SVP & CMO, FICO
  44. 44. “I asked my network what piece of business advice they’d write on the back of a business card. I compiled the 250 responses I received into a book which is now published.” Roger Smith CTO, US Army Simulation, Training & Instrumentation
  45. 45. Join the conversation in Answers Over 1,000 questions posted weekly Over 3,000 answers submitted weekly Over 70 categories available for sponsorship
  46. 46. “Viewing a contact’s profile in advance of a meeting has shortened our sales cycle. We’ve also found ourselves on the speaking circuit as a result of commenting on a Poll.” Kathy Steele Vice President, Desert Rose Design
  47. 47. Poll: What’s most important to you when traveling for business?
  48. 48. Engage customers with Polls Easy and valuable for users Provides useful customer insights Ads can be targeted based on response
  49. 49. Engage customers with Polls Easy and valuable for users Provides useful customer insights Ads can be targeted based on response
  50. 50. Showcase your work with Apps “Decks I’ve posted using the Slideshare app have been downloaded 300 times by clients…I’ve made valuable contact with people who read that I’m visiting their market thru the TripIt app.”
  51. 51. Showcase your work with Apps SlideShare Amazon Reading List WordPress Box.net File Sharing Events MyTravel By TripIt
  52. 52. Add value with app sponsorships
  53. 53. Put a face on your brand
  54. 54. Put a face on your brand
  55. 55. Put a face on your brand Authenticity: 1. Who recommends this person? 2. How am I connected to them?
  56. 56. Delivering Results “This campaign not only drove hundreds of direct registrations into the BizSpark program, which was the core goal, but also added to an increased positive brand and company perception. Because of the interconnectedness of the platform, I was able to personally reach out to perfectly-targeted individuals who I would not have known. I will definitely work with the LinkedIn team again.”
  57. 57. Generate leads with whitepapers
  58. 58. Generate leads with whitepapers
  59. 59. Highly qualified, accurate data
  60. 60. What should you do tomorrow? • Join the community  Encourage your employees to set up profiles  Establish Groups to engage your customers  Include your employees in your marketing efforts  Find and Learn about your customers  Use targeting technologies to invite people into your Group  Use Polls to discover insights and trends  Listen to the discussions in other Groups and Answers  Engage your customers with relevant content  Develop messaging that reflects your audience’s interests  Deliver value-add content – whitepapers, blog feeds, etc.  Encourage participation in your Group through marketing
  61. 61. LinkedIn The World’s Largest Community of Professionals  Over 60 million affluent & influential professionals  Professionals use Linkedin to:  Manage their professional brand  Share information and insights  Find answers to business problems  Discover new business opportunities  Marketers can engage with this audience by:  Establishing Groups to build a loyal community  Targeting display messages based on profile data  Sponsoring Answers, Applications and Polls  Delivering whitepapers and 1:1 messages  More at http://advertising.linkedin.com
  62. 62. Thank you Steve Patrizi spatrizi @ linkedin.com www.linkedin.com / in / stevepatrizi @ spatrizi

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