1 Marketing and Promoting Your Cooperative Through Social Media How social media can be a success for your housing cooperative
2 The History of Social Media
3 First sent Geocities, first social network founded First blog created.com bubble bursts Myspace/Facebook/ LinkedIn/YouTube created ??? First virtual message (BBS) sent First chat messages AIM/SixDegrees.com/ Napster/Blogger/Live Journal/Google created Twitter/Google+/Instagram/ Snapchat/Pinterest/Tumblr??? Usenet uses 1 st web browsers Friendster
4 By 2015, nearly 2.2 billion people worldwide will be actively using social networks. By 2017, that number will jump to more than 1/3 of the people on the planet. Social media generates almost double the marketing leads of trade shows, telemarketing, daily mail and pay-per-click advertising. Roughly 46% of web users turn to social media for making a purchasing decision. 60% of consumers say the integration of social media makes them more likely to share products, services and important information.
5 1.5 billion total users worldwide 923 Million users access Facebook from mobile devices 34% of Facebook users check their accounts more than 5 times daily 80% of social media users in the U.S. prefer to connect with a business on Facebook. 275 billion photos are uploaded every day Local businesses Facebook pages can average 645 million views per week.
6 315 million total users worldwide Over 400 million tweets are sent per day Twitter s fastest growing age demographic is year olds with active users of 79% 70% of small businesses in the United States are on Twitter 40% of Twitter users use the network for information gathering In the last two years, there has been an increase of 663% of users asking for business recommendations on Twitter.
7 272 million total users worldwide There are 3.2 million LinkedIn company pages and 2 million groups 44% of LinkedIn users build better face-to-face relationships 50% of LinkedIn users have their Bachelor s or Graduate degree LinkedIn purchased presentation hosting and sharing site, Slideshare, in Slideshare has over 5 million active users 81% of LinkedIn users belong to at least 1 group, 52% of whom participate regularly in group discussions
8 1.3 billion total users worldwide Over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube More than 50% of YouTube videos have been rated or receive comments from the community YouTube is the #2 search engine (bigger than Bing, Yahoo, Ask and AOL combined!) YouTube reaches more adults, aged 18-34, than any cable network
9 Why Should YOU Use Social Media? Contributing to online conversations about housing cooperatives and the cooperative community in general means that it s necessary to be present where and when they are taking place. Social media gives you the opportunity to easily communicate with members and to spread the word about your co-op to the community-at-large Engage with other cooperative organizations in your community. Food co-ops Credit Unions Other housing co-ops
10 How could you use social media in your community?
11 Communication Tool Internal Social media can be used in addition to newsletter and website for internal communication Announce events Promote co-op member news External Promote events (yard sale etc) Engage with other coop organizations Promote co-ops in the community
12 How do I get started? Define your goals Identify your core audience & their values Determine which social media channel(s) best fit your needs
13 Creating Social Media Goals What are you hoping to achieve by way of social media? -- Growth -- Influence -- Open communication -- Customer service -- Community engagement How will you define your social media success? -- It is as important to measure your results as it is to be present on social media channels. -- Track your monthly or quarterly social media community activity (# of likes, comments, shares, retweets, followers, etc.) to gauge your success and identify channels that may need improvement.
14 Your Core Audience Who would you like to reach? What does this target audience care most about? Where do they typically go to seek valuable content? How do they like to receive information?
15 Which Social Media Channel(s) Fit Your Needs? I like coffee I am drinking #coffee Look at this picture of my coffee Watch me drink coffee
16 Facebook is where people go to support and comment on the things that they like. Content on Facebook is photo, video and link rich to allow for quick interactions Links to external pages with more information are prevalent here Your audience can like and share your posts with their network
22 With only 140 characters to use for posts, Twitter is a great place for brief updates, breaking news, links and photos Consumers widely use Twitter to talk about the things that they are doing at the present, using #hashtags to tag tweets Twitter can also be a great place to find out what colleagues are up to and to network and support them through retweeting. There is a boom in organizations using Twitter as a customer service platform
26 Because YouTube only hosts videos, its audience is interested in visually stimulating and informative video content YouTube watchers spend long lengths of time watching videos and search frequently for the content that best fits their needs YouTube videos are often accessed from posts on other social media channels because they can be embedded into social media posts
29 Setting Up A Twitter Page
30 1 Sign up for an account on Twitter.com
31 Name of Admin for account of Admin for the account Choose a password that will be easy to remember, hard to guess Should be less than 15 characters Simple enough that your audience will remember it As close to your co-op s name as possible; or representative of your co-op s brand
32 2 Confirm your new Twitter account You will receive an at the address you provided that will ask you to confirm your account. Click on the link or button in the to activate your account Voila! You re (almost) ready to tweet!
33 3 Start making connections Twitter has a built in tool that can help you started by suggesting people to follow; including the most popular accounts You can also browse popular accounts by interest (ie: co-op housing) Tip: Follow relevant accounts that provide value to your co-op
34 Tip: Follow organizations and people that you know. For example: Housing co-ops, co-op organizations, local colleges, politicians and community activists, etc.
35 4 Build your profile Add clear, distinguishable profile and header photos that represent your housing co-op (logo/resident shot/photo of co-op) Add a short bio plus your co-op s location and website Tip: Keep your bio as succinct as possible, trying to steer clear of buzzwords and hashtags to make it clean and accessible
36 5 Send your first Tweet Tip: You only get 140 characters to get your message across so remember to be smart (and witty but not too witty) with your words, without being too casual or using shorthand
38 The pound (#) sign, or hash, turns any word or group of words that directly follow it into a searchable link. This allows you to organize content and track discussion topics based on those keywords The following is an example of a tweet using hashtags: October is #CoopMonth and NCB is almost ready to launch our annual #Coop100. Stay tuned and #GoCoop
39 Setting Up A Facebook Page
40 Personal Page Business Page Used to connect with people you know in real life. For individual, noncommercial use Can connect with other people, join groups or play social games VS Used to manage Pages and ad campaigns Can t send or receive friend requests Can see public information about people on Facebook but can t interact with those people except on the actual Page
41 1 Choose a classification for your Page
42 More about Page categories Local Business or Place = Bricks and mortar place that people can visit Company Organization or Institution = business without foot traffic or a business with multiple locations Brand or Product = Businesses with products sold through multiple websites or stocked by multiple resellers/retailers Artist, Band or Public Figure = Pages that are focused on and/or promoting an individual, artist or band Entertainment = Entertainment based businesses such as TV shows, movies, books, radio stations and magazines Cause or Community = Not-for-profits or charity organizations
43 2 Choose a business category
44 3 Type in co-op name, agree to Page terms and click get started Tip: In the about section, type an overview of your co-op, link to your web page, links to other social media site or any other pertinent information you d like to include Tip: Facebook allows you to choose a unique URL to make getting to your site easy for your followers. Choose a URL that clearly associates with your co-op. Typically, it is best to use your co-op s name (example: facebook.com/capitalmanorcoop)
45 4 Upload your profile picture Tip: Your profile picture is the visual representation of your co-op that will appear when people search for you. Be certain that your photo represents your co-op properly. Common business photos feature the business logo or façade.
46 5 Upload a Cover Photo Tip: Your cover photo is what viewers will first see when they click on your Page. Include your logo, something related to your co-op, an upcoming event/celebration or a holiday. Most importantly, your cover photo should be visually appealing.
47 6 Build your audience your members and partners Tell your personal Facebook friends Put a link to your page on your website Announce the page in your newsletter Support other co-ops in your community and beyond on their Facebook pages List your Facebook URL in all communication pieces
48 7 Create your first post! Tip: Your posts end up on your followers Facebook news feed, which is where people spend 40% or their time on Facebook. To ensure that your posts are successful they should be: Short: Posts between characters get about 60% more likes, comments and shares Visual: Photo albums, pictures and videos get 180%, 120% and 100% more engagement respectively
49 Like Share Comment Social media engagement has three important actions that spark and ignite conversations within your follower community: Like: The most simple of all levels of engagement, liking a post simply entails clicking the like link on LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube; or the star icon on Twitter marked favorite Share: By clicking on the share link on LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube; or the retweet link on Twitter, followers can share your post with all of their followers and friends Comment: The solid gold of social media not only because they are the conversation, but also because they are more heavily weighted on algorithms that give posts more viewing potential on some social media sites
50 The of Like Comment Share Each like, comment, share tweet, retweet, etc. on social media channels spreads the overall social media reach of your co-op throughout your followers social media network as well. Your co-op s X Your followers = followers = 300 friends = 200 Overall social media reach for your co-op = 60,000!!!!
51 Dealing With Negative Comments NEVER delete a negative comment unless it is considered defamatory, obscene, pornographic or similarly inappropriate Attempt to understand the root of the issue in order to properly resolve it Address the posters concerns as soon as possible and assure them that you will work diligently to reconcile the issue
52 Help NAHC Promote Housing Co-ops Tell us! Send events/ milestones Send pictures/ videos Interesting facts about your co-op Join in! Join in the conversation on NAHC s Facebook page: facebook.com/cooperativehousing Like and share events and pictures
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