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40 Ideas for Your 2013 Social Media Plan

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Ready to become a truly social business that stands above the competition? We’ve combed through hundreds of pieces of content and handpicked 40 popular, useful and creative ideas you can put into action in 2013.

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40 Ideas for Your 2013 Social Media Plan

  1. 1. 5 Ideas for Your 2013 Social Media PlanContent & CommunitySalesforce Marketing CloudMarch 2013
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  3. 3. OverviewThis year, it’s time to delegate your people, time, and resources on socialmedia. If you aren’t able to read every blog post, attend everyconference, or dial into every webinar about the topic, here are five helpfulideas for your social media plan, stemming from our most popular 2012content.Read 35 more ways in our free ebook.3
  4. 4. 1. Create Your Own PlaybookA social media playbook helps everyone on the social media team executethe strategy in harmony. It covers:• Business objectives• Roles• Responsibilities/expectations• How/when to respond• Workflow• Understanding conversations• Escalation• ReportingThis is a starting point. By having a playbook that addresses these topics,your organization will have a consistent and documented approach to listeningand engaging with your community.4
  5. 5. 2. Build a Social Media Command CenterA social media command center is simply a dedicated area where a company’ssocial media team can monitor and engage social conversation around their brandand market. It might be a state of the art showpiece, or just a grouping of desks ina room. It enables:• Real-time monitoring• Executives to gauge the social health of the brand• Daily workflow and triage• Crisis management implementation• Internal coordination5
  6. 6. 3. Conduct Social Media Market ResearchSocial media market research helps you: Gather relevant Gain a deeper opinions and data Determine market understanding of Track your from your trends before they your customer’s marketing efforts. customers in real happen. needs. time.6
  7. 7. 4. Include Social Ads in Your CampaignSocial ads are advertisements that appear in a social network. They usesocial actions and recommendations, as well as targeting, to create highlyrelevant and engaging messages.7
  8. 8. 5. Be More TransparentOil Can Henry’s does one simple thing to stand apart from other oilchange franchises. Customers stay in their car and watch the mechanicsworking over a video feed on custom TV screens.Many of their customers may not even understand what they’re watchingon the screen, but the very fact that Oil Can Henry’s has nothing to hide isimpressive. What about your brand? Might your customers feel like you’retrying to hide something?8
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