Saturday, August 9, 2008

*Social Media Marketing Course

Laurel Papworth teaches a one day public course on how to create a social media marketing campaign. It's on Friday 18th July at the University of Sydney, Centre for Continuing Education.
Course description - Web 2.0 - Facebook, blogs and marketing
You probably already know a little of YouTube, Facebook, Flickr and In this one-day course you'll get a real taste of the marketing power of the new Web 2.0 services: blogs and wikis, user-generated content, citizen journalism and social software. We'll look at case studies of customers creating ads and campaigns, how they distribute their content and how to monitor consumer discussions and reviews of your products. An interesting day spent exploring a dynamic and challenging area. No technical or prior knowledge required.
Know any nubbies (newbie social marketers) who could/should attend? Send 'em along... Step by step through creation, distribution and monitoring. Fun Fun Fun. They are really popular and fill up quick.

Here is a PDF with course details, or see the original invitation to Facebook, blogs and marketing

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Monday, August 4, 2008

*Use Web 2.0 to Make Your Business Flourish FREE!

A for APE [Image] Social networking is a hugely powerful business tool. It is a magnificent way to develop new business contacts, get connected to potential clients, plus establish professional connections in your industry. When you are member of a social networking site, you are able to search in similar business fields and you can invite them to join your social group.

Many social pages allow you to add much of your own content, and incorporate feeds from your business blogs, expanding the audience for your information. Simultaneously, you are creating back links from highly ranked sites to your own web sites and blogs, which in turn, increase the visibility of your business within the search engines, such as Yahoo and Google.

Social media sites, like Facebook, Twitter and MyBlogLog allow for greater interactivity between you and your visitors. This is conducive to building a trusted business reputation and an online relationship between you and your community, with the potential of generating new clients and establishing joint venture relationships with complementary businesses.

To begin your explorations, search for a few of the more prominent sites and take a look around. You will observe varied terminology used for referencing social networking sites e.g. web 2.0, social media, social bookmarking, blogs, social networking. There are a number of social networks dedicated to business and others where the lines are blurred.

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