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2 Learning Objectives  What are the channels of social publishing?  Who creates the content published in social channels? What kind of content can be published?  What content characteristics enhance perceived content quality and value? How can marketers plan and organize their efforts as they embrace a social publishing strategy?  What is the role of social publishing in social media marketing? How do social media marketers utilize SEO and SMO to meet objectives?  How can social content be promoted? What role do social news and social bookmarking sites play in content promotions? Social Media Marketing, 2e© © Tracy L. Tuten and Michael R. Solomon

3 But first…  Some terms and concepts in Chapter 6 Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-3

4 Social Media Marketing, 2e© __________ is the unit of value in a social community, akin to the dollar in our economy. It provides a social object for community participation. Content

5 Social Media Marketing, 2e© Content--blogs, videos, podcasts, photos, etc.--can be any of these and more. Increasingly, however, we see more content that is ________; it offers several applications based on a meme or a piece of factual information. Multilayered

6 Social Media Marketing, 2e© _________ have been around for more than a decade. They began as simple online logs posted in reverse chronological order, and developed into a widely used publishing venue for individual and corporate use. Blogs

7 Social Media Marketing, 2e© A schedule for publication in the form of an ___________ helps bloggers and other content producers to forecast the time needed to manage the content development process. Editorial calendar

8 Social Media Marketing, 2e© Not all content is created equal, and we can characterize content in terms of its originality and substance according to a _______. Content value ladder

9 Social Media Marketing, 2e© In the content value ladder, at the lowest step in the ladder we find the least important type of materials, with ________ simply information that people copy from other sources. Filler content

10 Social Media Marketing, 2e© If a source creates a solid foundation of original content, the foundation blocks are known as _______ content, typically made up of educational content that readers use over time, save, and share with others. pillar

11 Social Media Marketing, 2e© _______ refers to seminal pieces of work that help to define a phenomenon or shape the way people think about something for a long time--pieces of content create a draw for years to come. Flagship content

12 Social Media Marketing, 2e© SEO stands for ______ and SMO stands for ______. Search Engine Optimization, Social Media Optimization

13 Social Media Marketing, 2e© _______ refers to a form of online marketing that promotes websites by increasing the visibility of the site’s URL in search engine results, both organic and sponsored. Search Engine Marketing

14 Social Media Marketing, 2e© _______ search results are those for which sites did not pay to be listed; they are based on the search engine’s model for delivering relevant search results. Organic

15 Social Media Marketing, 2e© Search engines use _______(also known as _____ and ________); these are automated web programs that gather information from sites that ultimately form the search engine’s entries. Web crawlers; spiders, bots

16 Social Media Marketing, 2e© Web page coders try to optimize certain site characteristics that the search bots and the search engine index, with the primary on-site variables being _______ embedded in the page’s tags, title, URL, and content; they tell the bot what information to gather and specify the relevant topic. keywords

17 Social Media Marketing, 2e© Note the SEO strategies, and issues like White Hats vs. Black Hats regarding ethics of SEO. See other terms, including sockpuppeting

18 Social Media Marketing, 2e© What federal agency regulates and issues fines related to bloggers disclosing any compensation they receive in exchange for a product review? Federal Trade Commission

19 Zone 2: Social Publishing Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-19

20 Types of Content  Blog posts  Feature articles  Microblog posts  Press releases  White papers and case studies  Newsletters  Recall that we covered some of these earlier  Videos  Webinars  Presentations  Podcasts  Photos  More Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-20

21 Dogshaming: A Blog Chapter 6 reminds us some of the bloggers earn hundreds of thousands a month. 6-21

22 What’s wrong with Wikipedia?  How much is wrong?  How can ‘facts’ be verified?  ‘Vetting’ content  People’s agendas Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-22

23 What is Authentic?  Editorial  Commercial  Consumer-generated  Organic content  Incentivized content  Consumer-solicited content  Sponsored content Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-23

24 For Discussion: Counterfeit Conversations  How do you identify when social information is counterfeit?  How do you feel about your exposure to this “fake” content? Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-24

25 Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-25

26 Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-26

27 When to publish?  People are creatures of habit?  Content that people like they will keep looking for  We need to have things stand out – mean something, have relevance/importance  We get tired of things – need something new and interesting  So, how do you keep up with a publishing schedule? …Editorial Calendar Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-27

28 Figure 6.2 Editorial Calendar Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-28

29 What do you publish?  Filler content? Original Content?  Original:  Basic  Authority Building  Pillar  Flagship  A Content Value Ladder Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-29

30 Figure 6.3 A Content Value Ladder Social Media Marketing, 2e© © Tracy L. Tuten and Michael R. Solomon

31 Table 6.1 Pillar Content Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-31

32 Writing Titles with LinkBait  Resource hook: 5 tips for great grades.  Contrary hook: Lose weight with chocolate.  Humor hook: Obese skunk cuts out bacon sandwiches.  Giveaway hook: Save $50 here.  Research hook: 66% of Americans are overweight. Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-32

33 SEO Tactics  White hats  Gray hats  Keyword stuffing  Link exchanges  Three-way linking  Paid links  Black hats  Gateway pages and cloaking  Link farms Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-33

34 Recap and Questions  What are the channels of social publishing?  Who creates the content published in social channels? What kind of content can be published?  What content characteristics enhance perceived content quality and value? How can marketers plan and organize their efforts as they embrace a social publishing strategy?  What is the role of social publishing in social media marketing? How do social media marketers utilize SEO and SMO to meet objectives?  How can social content be promoted? What role do social news and social bookmarking sites play in content promotions? Social Media Marketing, 2e© 6-34


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