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I’m delivering a strategic workshop in London showing you how to get your social media strategy up and running and aligned with your business. So many social media courses focus on the tools used and focus very much on the how to. I’m going to look at the evolution of Web 2.0 and talk about why your strategy is so important to your business.
This course will benefit decision makers in your organisation who want to implement social media correctly throughout the business – avoiding the pitfalls and challenges that companies without a strategy have encountered.
This is an intensive session that incorporates subjects covered in my strategy and architecture workshops for clients. It will give you comprehensive guidance on the steps you need to take to get things right first time.
This session is a one day workshop in Uxbridge and the session price includes a signed copy of my book for every attendee. Here are the session details:
- 05 July 2011 – 05 July 2011 London REGISTER NOW
- 27 September 2011 – 27 September 2011 London REGISTER NOW
Social media is not a fad. This is not something that will pass you or your company by. Social media has far reaching effects that will permeate into every business, reaching all job roles. It is worldwide and pervasive. The new way of communicating will not go away. So what are you doing about it? We will discuss strategic practices from leading companies, review what other company leaders in B2B and B2C are doing today to integrate community marketing and social media to engage, share and drive conversations with customers and partners online. You will gain insights on how to leverage community, engagement, marketing and using social components to drive your marketing efforts to capture mindshare and increase customer satisfaction. We will start to define your outline implementation plan to include advocates and community influencers and consider cross team roles and responsibilities to execute your strategy.
The workshop will cover:
- How to use social networking as a business enabler to generate business impact
- Defining your social community strategy and engagement framework
- Security and privacy,
- Policies and guidelines
- Social commerce and Social CRM Issues, reputation management and crisis management
- Tools and strategies to amplify your brand
Benefits of attending
This workshop will help you achieve your goals using social media and Web 2.0 to find and engage with customers, identify your influencers and gain advocates for your brand. You learn how to improve satisfaction and perception about your brand and create a vibrant community using Social Media to amplify your message and improve the quality of your connection to your customers.
I’m only running a couple of sessions of this class, so I’d urge you to take advantage of this opportunity and leave with a workable and effective framework for your strategy and a social action plan for your business.