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  1. Missouri-NEAsocial media workshop Don Blake, NEA MWRO

  2. Agenda • Attitudes about social networking: what you said and are we in alignment with how our members say they use social media? • Social Networks and Content Sharing tools:Are you familiar with them? A Primer … Private Social Networks • Ning • Groupsite Social Networks • Facebook • LinkedIn Content Sharing Tools • Blogs • Twitter • YouTube • Wikis

  3. Agenda • NEA & affiliates using social media Branding • Facebook, Groupsite, Ning, Twitter, YouTube • Best Practices Association project management/communications • Groupsite, Ning, Yammer • What a Social Media Campaign Looks Like • How to develop a Social Media Campaign • Measuring effectiveness and Listening to the Social Web • Assess your readiness and capacity for starting a Social Media Campaign

  4. K-12 Educators Survey Responses

  5. K-12 Educators Survey Responses

  6. K-12 Educators Survey Responses

  7. K-12 Educators Survey Responses

  8. K-12 Educators Survey Responses K-12 Educators Survey Responses

  9. K-12 Educators Survey Responses

  10. Pre Assessment Survey of 25 Missouri-NEA Workshop Attendees

  11. Pre Assessment Survey of 25 Missouri-NEA Workshop Attendees

  12. Pre Assessment Survey of 25 MNEA Workshop Attendees

  13. Companies & Social Media

  14. Associations Using Social Media

  15. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Blogs

  16. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Blogs

  17. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Blogs

  18. Associations Using Social Media Public Relations/Branding: BLOGS

  19. Associations Using Social Media Public Relations/Branding: BLOGS

  20. Associations Using Social Media Public Relations/Branding: BLOGS

  21. Associations Using Social Media Public Relations/Branding: BLOGS So how did they do that?

  22. Best Practices: Blogging Be Transparent: Identifying yourself and your organization. Making it clear that you are contacting them in good faith with a straightforward agenda. Get to Know Them and Keep it Relevant: Do some research. Make a point to familiarize yourself with their content. Don’t pitch issues that don’t interest them Keep it Timely: The news cycle online is even faster than in print and on television. If you want to be a part of it, you have to keep up.

  23. Best Practices: Blogging Treat Them as Individuals: Avoid sending blast emails to dozens of bloggers at once. Take the time to personalize your outreach efforts with the blogger’s name, URL, and perhaps even a comment on something they have written recently. Link to Them: All bloggers want to get links to their site. Links are a form of currency.

  24. Best Practices: Blogging IF YOU DO JUST ONE THING ... Put together a list of the blogs you would like to see cover your organization at some point. Send those blogs an email introducing yourself and your organization to start a dialogue.

  25. Best Practices: Blogging • Write in a witty and conversational tone. • Incorporate links into your post, especially links to news stories and other blogs. • Use multimedia. Images and videos can enhance posts considerably. • Diversify. There are many different types of blog posts. • Use timely information that is breaking news or relevant to the news cycle.

  26. Best Practices: Blogging 6) Choose a descriptive and attention-grabbing title for your post. 7) Keep blog posts short – certainly below 1,000 words. 8) Encourage audience participation by asking open-ended questions that spark dialogue. 9) Respond to comments. If someone takes the time to comment on your post, you should return the favor by replying to their comment publicly. 10) Identify yourself. Blog posts written under an organizational name are not generally received as well as those posted under an individual’s name. You should also include a bio and your website links.

  27. Associations Using Social Media Wikis

  28. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Wikis

  29. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Wikis

  30. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Wikis

  31. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Wikis How did they do that?

  32. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Facebook

  33. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Facebook

  34. Associations Using Social Media Facebook Profile A profile is the hub of an individual’s presence on Facebook. It includes the person’s wall, notes, photos, videos and other information. Wall Each profile and fan page has a wall on which others can write or post multimedia items. This is the equivalent of a guest book on a website, in that other individuals visiting the profile can leave publicly visible messages.

  35. Associations Using Social Media Facebook Friends Adding or accepting someone as a friend is the most basic way to connect on Face- book. All friendships are mutual, so if someone requests to be your friend you must accept the request before you are officially “friends.” Status Status updates are Facebook’s response to Twitter. You can enter a short text statement and a photo, video, event, cause or hyperlink as your status. Under default privacy settings, your status updates are visible to all of your friends.

  36. Associations Using Social Media Facebook Notes The notes application is Facebook’s version of a simplified blogging platform. Anyone on the site can create notes, which can include text, hyperlinks, photos and tags. By default, notes are visible to all of an individual’s friends. Tag Tagging allows you to associate a video, photo or note with another individual’s profile. For example, if pictures are uploaded from an event, those in the photo can be “tagged” to let them know they are in the photo

  37. Associations Using Social Media Facebook

  38. Associations Using Social Media Public Relations/Branding: Facebook

  39. Associations Using Social Media Public Relations/Branding: Facebook

  40. Associations Using Social Media Public Relations/Branding: Facebook

  41. Associations Using Social Media Public Relations/Branding: Facebook

  42. Associations Using Social Media Public Relations/Branding: Facebook

  43. Best Practices: Facebook • Actively engage your audience by sending out messages and updates, starting discussions and updating content. • Use your organization’s logo as your picture. This will clearly identify your page or group as the official Facebook presence for your organization. • Include http:// at the beginning of all links you post or send out to ensure they are clickable hyperlinks. • Leverage the fans or members you have to gain new ones. Simply asking group members or page fans to invite their friends to participate can significantly increase the reach of your presence.

  44. Best Practices: Facebook Privacy & Security

  45. Best Practices: Facebook Privacy & Security

  46. Associations Using Social Media Association Work: Yammer