Social media & advocacy 101 andy inkster

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Presentation by Andy Inkster, Health Promoter, LGBTQ Parenting Network, Sherbourne health Centre. Presented at the Trans Health Advocacy Summit, University of Western Ontario, London Ontario, Sunday, August 12, 2012.

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  • The big story here is Facebook. For all demographics, Facebook is where it’s at. We are on Facebook, we are using Facebook, we’re liking everything.Twitter is big, it’s getting bigger. The noise to content ratio may be tipping.G+ - yeah, who knows. I’m just getting into G+ and I think Facebook has it beat. It may appeal to certain types of corporate users, and it’s integrated into Googleapps. So we’ll see.Pinterest – this is the story right here. There is huge, untapped potential in Pinterest, but it requires a different strategy than the others.So we’re going to go through these one at a time.
  • Demographics:Ignore for the moment the gendered aspectNote how G+, Linked In, and Pinterest are genderedNote the age breakdown  Pinterest is unique in reaching that 45-34 demographicFacebook is the only thing teens and youth useLinked in and Pinterest for the 35-44 year olds26-34 are the most popular demographic for everything
  • So, we get the sense that Facebook is king – it reaches the broadest audience, and everyone spends a lot of time on itPinterest has something going on – it reaches a different audience, and for a long time = equal to FacebookTwitter – is getting biggerLinked in – could have power players – bigger investment, way higher noise:content ratioGoogle – Yeah, I have no idea either.
  • Ways to professionalize on Linked inResume stalking
  • Don’t look at my picture, it’s years old.
  • Planned Parenthood Toronto is a great example – I regularly see their questions and attempts to generate discussion on their current projects.
  • Great leaders don’t get followers on Twitter – great followers get followers.
  • Case study:Actup – a note about ActUp – they have been really effective in getting their message out for the past 25 years, and have pioneered a variety of messaging techniques, watch what they do with social media, they are made of win.Done wellNote the use of hashtags – some huge onesPulling people into a conversationUsing a pictureIt was effective – 11 retweetsHow could we do better? – make that link better Ditch that – dash – eliminate! Put the link at the end
  • This is an article I tweeted, and I used the #Regnerus hashtag. I know that 335 people didn’t click on my tweet, so this tells me that a more powerful tweeter picked it up. However, I also know that they didn’t just retweet it (Bummer!) they just punked the link, and I have no idea who it was. Double bummer.However, this is interesting. It tells me that this article resonated.
  • Good solution to the “information overload” problem
  • Big problem – lack of *fit* between Facebook and PinterestRepins – so important, about 80% of pins are repins
  • Pinerly is a Pinterest marketing tool – Pinterest tools are still in early daysFollow me on Pinterest – one of the boards I keep is called “promotion” and has a lot of social media infographicsInfographics are a passion of mine and lend themselves well to the Pinterest format
  • Get visual – infographics
  • Develop your own marketing calendar with themes for each day – this takes time, don’t rush it.Especially for Pinterest, things don’t have to be timely – create a file of things to post when – tie into upcoming holidays, Pride, hallowe’en, or events – black history month or Breast Cancer Awareness month.
  • When I say sit on, I mean grab up a user name. You don’t have to do anything with it.
  • Social media & advocacy 101 andy inkster

    1. 1. this: Social Media @Advocacy 101Trans Health Advocacy Summit Sunday, August 12, 2012
    2. 2. Social Media: Key PlayersBiggest and growing Big and growing quicklySmall and holding professional development Tiny BUT: about to take off untapped potential
    3. 3. Yes, the graphic below uncritically embracesbinary gender norms. Stop laughing. Take home point:Take home point: • Facebook, G+: 18-34• Facebook, Twitter: Somewhat women • Twitter, Linkedin: 26-44• G+, Linkedin: slightly men • Pinterest: 26-54• Pinterest: women dominate – some say as high as 87%
    4. 4. Quickly: # 1 in businessUse it to get background…• Going to a meeting – check someone’s profile• Going into a job interview – check people’s profiles at the organization• Applying for a new job – look at people who hold the position you are applying to• Career trajectory – take your job title now and take your dream job title and find the steps between• Look for role models – who do you want to be in five, ten years? How did they get to where they are?
    5. 5. Keep Building a Great Profile• Get a good picture. Update it.• Join groups: LGBT Professional Network, alumni groups, industry and sector groups (non-profit, community health, etc.)• Do what LinkedIn tells you to – follow the profile building tips.• Connect with me: • I’ll post some Linked In tips for LGBTQ Advocacy there next week. • Big one: Ask for endorsements!• Keep updating it – 1 hour per month working on your profile.• It’s not Facebook…but post significant events on it. 1-2 status updates per month at most.
    6. 6. Facebook 101• Are you a page or a person? – Each offers different features – in most cases, a page is more appropriate – You might also need a group• Post. Pictures.• Karma: Like other pages and other page’s posts. – Use the “Share” function• Post events, and repost them and tweet them• Post polls, ask questions: PPTN/TEACH
    7. 7. The “Like” - DemystifiedEngagement – getting • People “Like” picturescomments, shares, and likes, ishow you win Facebook.Each has a different value – • People are more likely tocomments are worth themost, shares are good, and likes comment on longer postsare the base currency. • Neutral posts get fewerExperiment with timing.Generally, the social media likes, negative get moreexperts’ advice is geared to the 9-5 desk jockeys – is that your commentsaudience? • Polls can have good engagement, but pick your time carefully
    8. 8. Twitter 101• Get followers by being a follower – Follow everyone who follows you (other than spam) – Regularly comb for new people to follow• Tweet• Karma – retweet• Create tweets that retweet – short and sweet, aim for 125 characters – include links!• Tweet - OFTEN• Did I mention? Tweet!
    9. 9. The # - demystified • What does the # mean? • What are some # we canPro-tip: Only use the # use?hashtag on Twitter – #canqueer #ontario #trans – Your city - #tbay #torontoCase study:#gayparents – #HIV #cancer ??? • If you build it – they willTakeaway: know your use it. Promote your#hashtags and your#trending topics! hashtag, but not alone – group hashtags.
    10. 10. Twitter Pro • Get a background • Add a Twitter button1-2 times per dayPictures and links • Connect to community leaders and organizationsRetweet 2-3 times per @fakedansavageday @katebornstein @actupSpace your tweets @LGBTQPN Follow me @andyinkster
    11. 11. Tool: Tweetdeck • My personal favourite • Monitor multiple Twitter accounts at once • Allows you to identify searches and save them • Columns on important # for your organization • Keep in touch with other organizations • Monitor mentions, retweets, followers, etc. • Never miss a DM again • Easy RT (retweeting)
    12. 12. Tool:• Giant link: 0c65-b60e7d0b2d90&itemID=4aeea2e1-efb4-6efe-fd5e-0847c831b7fa• Or a bitmark: analytics: Similar services: Owly, Tinyurl
    13. 13. Tool:• Great for scheduling tweetsHootsuite offers use of multiple channels: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn Pro: gets you to check LinkedIn or G+ without actually going there. Pro: Helps to wade through FB posts quicklyCon: posting the exact same post to multiple platforms at the same time isn’tideal – you’re reaching the same people, and it limits length (Twitter) and it’spainfully obvious.Tip: Use the lingo of the platform you’re on, don’t tweet from Hootsuite
    14. 14. Tool:• A summary of tweets on a topic• Create your own paper or just read one• Get published – use the right # to get into big papers•
    15. 15. • What?  virtual bulletin board • Lingo: Pin, Repin, Pinner, board• How is it different? • Users • The way people use it • Visual • Lack of privacy settings• Are you Pinterest ready? About being promoted rather than self-promoting This is fundamentally different from other social media platforms.
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    17. 17. • Pin – what? • Collaborate • Share boards • Repin• Content curation  Get inspired!• Are you Pinteresting?
    18. 18. Bringing it all together – Cross Polinate• Tweet about your blog post• Post your blog post on Facebook• Create blog posts with images• Tweet about your Pin and Facebook your Pin
    19. 19. • Who in your organization is responsible for social media?• Do you need a social media policy?• Which platforms will you use?Tip: focus on two to start. One of them is Facebook.Sit on Flickr, Youtube, Vimeo, etc.
    20. 20. • Create a page• Cover photo• Like 20-50 other pages• Encourage people to like and share the page• Link to your Facebook from your site• Announce your Facebook on other social media, newsletters, list-servs, etc.• Don’t be afraid to say “hey, we’re new!”• ½ hour 3 times per week
    21. 21. • Custom Twitter background• Follow 20-50 people and organizations• Identify 5-10 # that are valuable to you• Identify 2-5 you will read• Every day, 15-30 minutes
    22. 22. • Create pinnable pages everywhere• Start five boards• Follow 10-20 pinners• Repin ten things to each board every week• Pin five new things• 1 hour twice a week until you build up a collection• Collaborate on 2-5 more boards
    23. 23. Questions & Contact LGBTQAndy Inkster Parenting Network@andyinkster @LGBTQPN andyinkster LGBTQPN LGBTQ andyinkster Parenting Network