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Confused? : Confused? People Participating… : People Participating… People Participating… : People Participating… People Participating… : People Participating… People Sharing… : People Sharing… People Sharing… People Sharing…Too Much : People Sharing…Too Much People Sharing… Social Media is an unstoppable global phenomenon : Social Media is an unstoppable global phenomenon Facebook Facts : Facebook Facts Approximately 500 million active users More than 3 billion minutes are spent on Facebook each day (worldwide) More than 18 million users update their statuses at least once each day More than 850 million photos uploaded to the site each month More than 7 million videos uploaded each month Twitter Facts : Twitter Facts Over 50 million visits monthly Over 1.3 Billion Tweets sent Online Video Facts : Online Video Facts U.S. Internet users viewed 14.8 billion online videos during the month of January 2009 93% of Americans online expect companies to have a Social Media presence : 93% of Americans online expect companies to have a Social Media presence Don’t ignore the movement : Don’t ignore the movement “Right now, your customers are writing about your products on blogs and recutting your commercials on YouTube. They’re defining you on Wikipedia and ganging up on you in Social Networking sites like Facebook” - Forrester’s Charlene Li & Josh Bernoff (Groundswell) Getting Started…(safely) : Getting Started…(safely) Get involved personally! : Get involved personally! Keep it Strategic Silly! (K.I.S.S.) : Keep it Strategic Silly! (K.I.S.S.) Put Strategy First Avoid Chasing “Shiny Objects” POST Approach : POST Approach P is for People : P is for People Understand your audience: Listen to them and their conversations Focus on their problem(s) How to LISTEN a.k.a. Social Media Monitoring : How to LISTEN a.k.a. Social Media Monitoring Free Monitoring Tools : Free Monitoring Tools Paid Monitoring Tools : Paid Monitoring Tools Monitoring Dashboard : Monitoring Dashboard Other Considerations : Other Considerations You need to think about: Measurement Commitment & Time Benefits for brands : Benefits for brands Social media can be a great customer service channel Social media drives product quality Social media drives transparency Social Media creates products that people want Benefits cont… : Benefits cont… Social Media can positively impact your search engine rankings Social Media can lead to more online conversations about your brand Social Media Marketing can be done for a fraction of the cost of traditional advertising & marketing Social Media Tips & Best Practices : Social Media Tips & Best Practices DO: Give to Get Be transparent with your intentions Understand you do NOT control the message Welcome participation, collaboration and feedback Social Media Worst Practices : Social Media Worst Practices DO NOT: Be fake in any way Avoid listening Being pushy and/or salesy Avoid creating social media silos Ford Motor CompanyA Brand doing it well… : Ford Motor CompanyA Brand doing it well… Ford Motor Company : Ford Motor Company They listened to the conversation their customers were having online… And discovered… : And discovered… And discovered… : And discovered… And discovered… : And discovered… Houston: We have a problem! : Houston: We have a problem! People don’t know the facts about our brand We don’t know what our customers really think about us Ford’s Social Media Objectives : Ford’s Social Media Objectives Must: Correct the brand to consumer communications problems Establish a benchmark, and measure ongoing progress Ford moved forward by: Being transparent, reaching out with real people (like Scott Monty, their Social Media lead) Focusing relentlessly on correcting misinformation Changing consumer opinion about the brand Other Social Media Successes : Other Social Media Successes Direct Revenue Generation Dell Computer JetBlue You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.