Social Media for Sports Clubs

Click here to load reader

  • date post

    11-May-2015
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    4.404
  • download

    0

Embed Size (px)

description

A presentation showing what social media is, who is using it, what to think about before you start. Then explaining Facebook, Twitter and YouTube and who these could be used.

Transcript of Social Media for Sports Clubs

  • 1.Gaining the most from Multimedia& Social Networking for your Club

2. Who is Lara Solomon? Owner of the Mocks brandwww.MyMocks.com Author of Brand New Day The Highs & Lows of Starting a Small Business www.BrandNewDay.com.au Chief Rabbit at Social Rabbit www.SocialRabbit.net Winner of Telstra NSW Micro Business Award 2008 Finalist in Telstra Young Businesswoman Award in 2005 and 2008 Blogger for www.SmartCompany.com.au These are Mocks sock covers for mobile phones 3. TODAY Introductions by you What social media is What Facebook can offer your club What Twitter can offer your club What YouTube can offer your club What else you could use How to decide what to use 4. Lets Watch a Video 5. What is Social Media? 6. How many Social NetworkingSites are out there?Take a guess.. 7. Top 20 Social Networking Sites in the world.Rank NameDescription/FocusRegistered users Registration 1 FacebookGeneral.600 million Open to people 13 and older General. In Simplified Chinese; caters for mainland 2 Qzone 300 million Open to the General Public China users 3 Twitter General. Micro-blogging, RSS, updates 145 million Open 4 MySpace General, but with a music focus.130 million Open to ages 13 and up. 5 Windows Live Spaces Blogging (formerly MSN Spaces)120 million Open General for teens. Over 31 communities worldwide. 6 Habbo 117 million Open to people 13 and older Chat Room and user profiles. General. Owned by Google Inc. Popular in Brazil and 7 Orkut 100 million Open to people 18 and older, decreasingly, in India General. Popular in Southeast Asia. No longer popular inOpen to people 16 and older. No 8 Friendster 90 million the western world.children allowed. General. Popular in India,Portugal, Mongolia, Thailand, Open to people 13 and older. No 9 hi5 Romania, Jamaica, Central Africa and Latin America. Not80 million children allowed. popular in the USA.10 LinkedIn General but mainly business85 millionOpen to people 18 and older.General. Subject to quite some controversy about its e-11 Tagged70 millionOpenmail marketing and privacy policy.12 Flixster Movies 63 millionOpen to people 13 and older13 VkontakteRussian social network.59 millionOpenGeneral. Popular in Europe, Turkey, the Arab World and14 Netlog Canadas Qubec province. Formerly known as Facebox59 millionOpen to people 13 and olderand RedboxLocating friends and family, keeping in touch (formerly15 MyLife51 millionOpenReunion.com)16 Classmates.com School, college, work and the military 50 millionOpen to people 18 and older17 OdnoklassnikiGeneral. Popular in Russia and former Soviet republics 45 millionOpen18 Bebo General. 40 millionOpen to people 13 and older19 BadooGeneral, Popular in Europe 37 millionOpen to people 18 and olderPhoto sharing, commenting, photography related20 Flickr32 million Source: Wikipedia.com Jan 2010 Open to people 13 and older.networking, worldwide 8. Age of users on social networking sitesSource date: 16/2/10 9. Demographics of users on social networking sitesSource date: 16/2/10 10. Before You Start Work out What You WantThink about- Why do you want to use social media?- Do your audience use it?- What do you want to achieve from using it? 11. 12. The Different Facebook Accounts 13. A Facebook Page 14. Why Facebook PagesWhy have a Page? To promote your product /service/business To increase brand awareness To reach people globally To increase the number of people you reach To increase sales To tell customers about new products/services To get feedback on products/services To create a community for your business/brand To engage your customers To increase purchase intent To build a relationship with your audience To make your customers feel loved!14 15. Page appears in online search 16. Page updates appear in news feeds of fans 17. Position Your Club as an Expert 18. Promote Events 19. Grow A Community Consumers answering each others questions 20. Engage with Your Audience 21. Listen to Your AudienceLove negative comments!Consumers saying that theyhavent received their Mocks 22. Stats on Fans 23. Facebook AdsFans grew from 4,333 to 336,000 dueto this ad 24. Applications 25. Building your Page Quality posts Regular posting Commenting on visitors posts & comments Posting on other RELEVANT pages Competitions (see Facebook guidelines) Incentise potential visitors to join your page Facebook ads Branded applications, eg gifting Events, it could be a virtual event Sending updates to the people who like your page Photos of people who like your page on your page that they can tagthemselves in Check out what other pages are doing that works, and copy them Fun posts eg what do you think FBG stands for? Guest posts Q&A time on your page Likers only couponsExperiment try rework try again! 25 26. Building Your Page Add a Facebook like box to your website Add a social plugin to your website Add a Facebook link to your email signature Add a Facebook link to your enewsletter Offer free content to get people to like your page Ask people to share Invite all your Facebook friends to like your page Find the influencers in your field and try to associate with them (theirfans will follow them) Visit other pages and post content on there to drive people back to yourpage Ask your visitors what they want Keep true to your purpose Set goals Keep up to date on the new Facebook additionsExperiment try rework try again! 26 27. 28. Twitter is Growing 29. Twitter UsageMarch 2010statistics 30. Twitter UsageMarch 2010statistics 31. Twitter is Growing Average age on Twitter is 39 Years Old 2.5 Million Australians are on Twitter 32. Twitter search for Gymnastics 33. Twitter search for #Gymnastics 34. Customise your page 35. Customise your page 36. Your profile appears in online searches 37. Drive people to your website Promote blogsHashtags Direct to your FB page 38. Research 39. Starting on Twitter Jump in! Choose to use it for personal or business - choose your name accordingly Personalise your profile with a photo Follow people Follow the top Twitter users for ideas Search and see who is talking about your keywords Engage/talk to people Follow people who follow you (when you start) Communicate with customers Use favourites to save your favourite messages Publish helpful content Use Twitter for events hashtags for others to follow 40. Starting on Twitter Create quality content that will generate interest when someone reads it Have a link to allow people to find out more if they like your tweet Tweet regularly. Twitter is all about recentcy and your efforts to keep yourcontent fresh are handsomely rewarded by Google and others Get going! You really could be generating leads using Twitter Remember to use keywords important to your business in your tweets 41. Twitter Donts Be Overly Self-Promotional Only Include Links to Your Own Blog Follow Anyone and Everyone Dont Establish a Personality Dont Interact With Other Twitter Users Dont Share Your Twitter Profile on Your Website Dont Monitor Your Own Brand Chatter Dont Customize Your Twitter Profile Only Tweet Once Per Week 42. Measuring Twitter The number of followers you have is a measure of your rawdistribution power! Use Twitter Grader (www.twitter.grader.com) Look at how many @replies you get on tweets Number of new leads and visitors 43. Apps for TwitterCan also be used to update your Facebook pagePlus you can now schedule messages on itTweetDeck.com 44. Search for Gymnastics Clubs 45. Create Your Own YouTube Channel 46. Why YouTube? 47. Why YouTube? 48. Other Ideas 49. 1. Start a Blog, this could be a photo blog on Flickr, or a text blog using Wordpress, a podcast blog or a video blog on YouTube. This can be used to promote the club further, to get people interested in what is happening, drive traffic to your website & help your website SEO.2. Add Social Media links to your website, make it easy for people to find you3. Do a survey with your members, to find out which social media they are using4. Use Facebook Places or FourSquare, to allow people to check in at the club5. Use Eventbrite, to publicise events, both free and paid ones 50. How to Determine the Best Solutionfor Your Club Which one do you enjoy using? How much time do you have? Who will implement it? Can you be consistent? Does it fit into your marketing strategy? What content do you already have? 51. You Should know thatSocial Media is.- HARD WORK- PART OF MARKETING- NOT A SILVER BULLET- A WAY TO PROMOTE- SOMETHING THAT TAKES TIME 52. www.SocialRabbit.netQuestionshttp://au.linkedin.com/in/LaraSolomonwww.Facebook.com/SocialRabbitwww.Twitter.com/LaRoo 53 www.YouTube.com/user/TheSocialRabbit 53. If you need Help Social Rabbit offers: Hands on training workshops on Facebook, Twitter,Blogging and LinkedIn Facebook page reviews to give you ideas of what isworking & what can be improved Online Facebook training software launching on Feb 1st Social Media strategies for your club Social Media implementation Free articles and Tips at www.SocialRabbit.net 54