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Marketing To The Social Web : How Digital Customer Communities Build Your Business (2007)

Call Number 658.872/WEBER,L

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Adult Nonfiction658.872/WEBER,LAvailable
Published: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2007
Description:  ix, 230 p. ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780470124178 (cloth), 0470124172 (cloth),
Language:  English

The web is not a channel (and you're an aggregator, not a broadcaster) -- Community and content : the marketer's new job (or how to cut your marketing budget and reach more people) -- Making the transition to the social web (first change your marketing mindset) -- How to let customers say what they really think (and keep your job) -- Step one : observe and create a customer map (otherwise, you can't get there from here) -- Step two: recruit community members (with a new toolbox and your own marketing skills) -- Step three : evaluate online conduit strategies (and don't forget search) -- Step four : engage communities in conversation (to generate word of mouse) -- Step five : measure the community's involvement (who, what, where, when, why, and how) -- Step six : promote your community to the world (get 'em talking and clicking) -- Step seven : improve the community's benefits (don't just set it and forget it) -- The reputation aggregator strategy (we're number one!) -- The blog strategy (everybody's talking at me) -- The e-community strategy (go to their party or throw your own) -- The social networks strategy (connecting with a click) -- Living and working in Web 4.0 (it's right around the corner)

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