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Is this the right course for you?
The convergence of Social Media and Customer Relationship Management is a key development in digital transformation. This course takes delegate through a journey from little or no knowledge to be in a position to make effective business decisions on how Social Media impacts your CRM strategy.
When is this course most useful?
This course is most useful during these Sure Step phases:
This course is ideally positioned towards Sales and Marketing professionals but technology specialists will also gain insights into the intersection between Social Media and CRM.
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- Welcome & Introduction
- What is Social CRM?
- What do people do on social media?
- How can businesses use this information?
- How is it relevant to a CRM strategy?
- Placing customer at the heart of organisation
- How individuals can use social media to find business
- Social listening
- Keywords and phrases
- Understanding sentiment
- Platforms that allow this
- Microsoft Social Engagement
- Searching for mentions of product/brand
- Keywords and context
- Searching competitors – lead generation
- Searching product mentions – product feedback
- Set up search terms from within CRM – display as dashboard in CRM
- Customer Service Strategy
- Identify negative mentions around business/brand/product/service
- Initial responses – pitfalls to avoid
- Promote to case in CRM – take the issue offline
- Automating case creation
- Lead Generation
- Identify people with interest in your industry/product/services
- Building a picture of type of customer you want
- Initial engagement
- Promote to lead in CRM
- Customer Insight
- Identifying customer accounts/feeds
- Inserting info in CRM (different methods)
- Future of LinkedIn data (MS acquisition)
- How to use the information to build relationships
- Using information for marketing purposes
- Metrics and objective setting
- What should you be measuring?
How should you measure?