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Sample Social Media Mkt Plan
Posted by Anonymous on
6/4/2009 at 11:24 AM ET
I'm looking into creating a social media marketing plan/strategy for my company, and I am wondering if anyone out there knows of any samples I could use for reference? I know the marketing basics are the same, but need help in what to measure and determining ROI.
I want to be able to submit a solid plan to the C levels.
6/4/2009 at 11:34 AM
Try this link-
. It gives an outline that may be enough for C levels.
6/5/2009 at 2:01 PM
I agree with Steve Alker. You do not want to use another's strategy as it may not pertain to what will work well with your company's approach. I have listed a few white papers that I have found helpful in managing and creating marketing strategies for successful email contains. The first listed is primarily about managing your email lists and segments effectively to increase ROI. The others are also very helpful in pulling together the strategy.
I hope they help and best wishes!
6/6/2009 at 9:42 PM
Before you get too involved in creating a social media marketing plan or strategy for your company, ask yourself a series of questions:
What's your goal?
Why do you want to apply marketing principles to a social context?
What's your intent?
Why will people be interested in hearing your pitch?
You might also want to read my post on the issue of social media and buying contexts here:
I hope this helps.
Wilmington, DE, USA
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