How to use Social Media effectively

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Whirlpool EMEA presents: Digital School, Lesson 4: How to use Social Media effectively! This lesson is devoted to explaining the principles of Social Networking: For each social network there is an accompanying video of explanation and a series of tips and tricks for getting the most out of them. How to use Facebook? How to use Twitter? How to use Google+? How to use Pinterest? How to use YouTube?

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  • 1.LESSON 4how to use social media effectively

2. IntroductionThis lesson is devoted to explaining the principles of Social Networking:1 2HOW TO USE GOOGLE+4HOW TO USE PINTEREST52HOW TO USE TWITTER3For each social network there is an accompanying video of explanation and a series of tips and tricks for getting the most out of them.HOW TO USE FACEBOOKHOW TO USE YOUTUBE 3. 1How TO USE FACEBOOK 4. HOW TO USE FACEBOOKWith almost a billion people on Facebook, this social network is almost as big, if not bigger than some of the world's countries. This tutorial walks you through Facebook's features including how to set up an account, how to update your status and Facebook's latest feature: "Timelines."http://goo.gl/eJi7o4 5. What people do on facebook?15%22%of Facebook users update their own status.20%comment on another users photos.comment on another users post or status.26%10%Like another users content.5send another user a private message 6. What people do on facebook?Most people update their status less than once per week The main use of Facebook is the recreation of social connections between people who had, or still have, a connection in their everyday lives. So, people mainly used Facebook to reconnect with people they went to school with, worked with, or friends they lost touch with. But, the key question is 'what do people do once they have created this network?' The results of the research suggest that this can be divided into four main activities they can use applications within the site to interact with their network, they can browse their friends' friends and learn more about them, they can join groups and express their identity via shared social experiences, or they can use the site to inform others of their news, and keep up to date with others' actions.Adam N. Jonson (University of Bath)6 7. FACEBOOK STATUS UPDATE7 8. FACEBOOK FOR BRANDSFacebook seems incredibly simple! Likes, friends, walls and albums all seem to be self-explanatory. However, once you scratch on the surface things immediately get complicated, even more so if your company runs a Facebook page. Who are the people who "like" your page and your content? And how on earth did you channel that enthusiasm?As we point out in this infographic, there's a vast gulf between each of these levels of engagement, allowing a company to reach someone in a different way. http://goo.gl/buib28 9. our facebook page: whirlpool emeaOn the Facebook page of Whirlpool the information is that of corporate-level of the brand: An editorial plan provides constant updates for themes around the company and its products.JOIN US ON FACEBOOKhttps://www.facebook.com/WhirlpoolEMEA9 10. 2How TO USE TWITTER 11. HOW TO USE TWITTERA simple step-by-step tutorial that explains all you need to know on joining and using Twitter, from "Following" friends and posting "Tweets" to "Hash-tagging" and getting the most out of it.http://goo.gl/p6Qqr11 12. 4 reasons people use twitter1TWITTER GIVES AN IMMEDIATE PULSE ON NEWS, EVENTS, AND OF WHAT PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT IN GENERAL2PEOPLE CAN GET AN IMMEDIATE RESPONSE TO THEIR TWEET(S)3TWITTER BROADENS OUR REACH TO A WIDER COMMUNITY AND ALLOWS PEOPLE TO LEARN FROM OTHERS4TWITTER GIVES PEOPLE A CHANCE TO TAKE A BREAK AND CHAT INFORMALLY ABOUT TOPICS WHICH ARE SERIOUS AND NOT SO SERIOUS12 13. how brands use twitterA simple step-by-step tutorial that explains all you need to know on joining and using Twitter, from "Following" friends and posting "Tweets" to "Hash-tagging" and getting the most out of it.http://goo.gl/wE8BF13 14. some examples from our worldhttps://twitter.com/KitchenAidUKhttps://twitter.com/WhirlpoolCare14 15. 3How TO USE GOOGLE+ 16. HOW TO USE GOOGLE+This tutorial walks you through the features of Google+ including how to set up an account, how to update your status and how to use Google's chat feature: "Hangouts."http://goo.gl/CA0JM16 17. google+ for brandsGoogle+ allows brands to build relationships between business and people. Like Facebook, you are given the ability to share, promote, and evaluate your fan page. According to Googles recent earnings call, as of January 2012 they have over 90 million Google+ users. This is a great sign of prominent growth and an encouraging element for companies to take this social platform seriously. Even though Google+ is smaller than Twitter and Facebook, analysts are expecting the social network to increase user base dramatically in 2012.17 18. google+ for brands - Examples Here are some examples of brands on Google+ Showcase user submitted photos. Create image gifs Advertise your new producthttp://goo.gl/tiBQ1 Showcase your entire team Offer promotional codeshttp://goo.gl/hP4lf 18http://goo.gl/kxCzk 19. 4How TO USE PINTEREST 20. HOW TO USE PINTERESTIs a place where you can 'pin' your favorite images or videos, from cute animals, to your favorite movies --anything you like-- via your browser and post them on your board. Meet others who share similar interests as you! You can also use Pinterest to organize events, share recipes or simply promote everything and anything. Pinterest - get your invitation and start pinning today! http://goo.gl/nPdso20 21. PINTEREST FOR BRANDSUnlike Twitter - where brands and celebrities dominate the most-followed lists - the top brand on Pinterest has less than one-tenth the followers of the top individual user. Pinterest's user interface is limited for brands: you can post things, like them, and follow people ... but that's it. The few brands that have tried to be innovative in the medium have had little success in terms of adding followers. Individuals who have been successful, however, keep it simple: Lots of pictures of food and fashion. Read morehttp://goo.gl/KdxGq21 22. 4How TO USE YOUTUBE 23. HOW TO USE YOUTUBEAll the videos you have watched in this presentation are hosted on YouTube, so you already know this media channel! This is a funny and smart video about the real power of YouTube: get the most out of this incredible media.http://goo.gl/cKLyN23 24. YOUTUBE for brandsMany brands have their own custom channelhttp://goo.gl/tiBQ1http://goo.gl/hP4lf24 25. our YOUTUBE CHANNEL: whirlpool emeaThis is our YouTube channel: visit and subscribe now! JOIN US ON YOUTUBEhttp://www.youtube.com/user/hrwebeurope25 26. YOUTUBE STARSRyan Higa Ryan Higa makes comedy skits and is a video blogger who turned into a viral star with his "How to be Gangster" and "How to be Ninja" videos.YouTube personalities are people or groups who are popular because of their videos on YouTube. Some YouTube personalities have corporate sponsors, who pay for product placement in their clips or production of online ads. Read moreThe annoying Orangehttp://goo.gl/db7xs The Annoying Orange is a comedy web series that takes place in a kitchen and is about talking fruit. Dane Boedigheimer is the mastermind behind the series and is also the voice of Orange.26 27. THANK YOU Can you define UGC? Dont worry, in our next lesson we will tell you! In the meantime, do you think people have become producers of content and why? For questions or suggestions please write to: whirlpool_emea@whirlpool.com27