As the rules of discovery change, it is essential that association leaders and their staff understand how search, social media and online content are now intertwined, with a new "content paradigm" rooted in context-marketing determining which organizations will thrive and prosper, and which ones will falter and fail.
This book outlines a big-picture perspective that demystifies the hype around social media and content marketing, so that association leaders can master the new rules for engagement through an understanding of the interplay of search optimization, social media and neuroscience.
Available through CSAE as of October 2014
The information association leaders need to navigate the online marketing world.
Definitely more helpful and practical than other events I've attended on this topic.- CSAE Trillium Chapter, Summer Summit attendee
Change is coming. You either need to get ready, or be ready to fail.- Julie King
The Internet has had a profound impact on the way people come together and discover information, resulting in a new "social intelligence" that affects organizations across all sectors. Associations are uniquely positioned to dominate under the new rules of engagement, yet they also face significant risks and must be prepared for fierce competition from the business sector.
To successfully navigate the changes taking place, association leaders need to gain a big picture understanding of the new rules of engagement, as well as an understanding of how they can move forward using actionable steps. Social Intelligence Demystified does both, by first breaking down the new rules of engagement and then providing toolkits that can be used by leadership, staff and volunteers to practically apply what has been learned. It also explores emerging ideas from the fields of neuroscience and behavioural economics, to help readers better understanding the hidden emotional drivers that influence decision making.
Finally! A plain language explanation of the new social intelligence that has fundamentally shifted the way people discover information, engage and make decisions.
As we enter the "context-marketing" era, this book will help association leaders master the new rules of engagement.
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It is impossible to recognize everyone who has helped me understand the content paradigm. Nonetheless, a few stand-out who deserve special acknowledgements.
Ruhail Sumbli, a newer business partner, has been both a mentor and friend to look at what I do on a global scale.- Thank you
Kevin Jackson, my business and life partner who has always supported my ideas.- Thank you
Terry van Horne who is always ready to remind me that search engines may not be people, but they are good reflections of what people want.- Thank you
Valerie Ryan, whom I first met in 1995, helped me realize that thinking out of the box was a unique ability to be developed. There is Kevin Jackson, my partner in business and life. And of course Biz-Zone's talented staff, both current and past.- Thank you
Then there are the people around me who help in both direct and intangible ways - mentors, clients, colleagues and friends - like Jane Gertner, Nirvana Champion, Michael Deane, Rebecca Harris, Jonathan Juffs, Normand Lafreniere, Colleen Gouldson, Dan Ruby, Gilles Latour, Stuart Morley, Ross Campbell, Colin Ross, Abbi Wright, Claudiu Popa, Johnathan Messiano-Crookston, Linda Plater, Sharon Mooney, Sam Marashi, Jorge Rojas, Ian Melzer and of course, my parents Ted and Kerry King.- Thank you
You can purchse copies of Social Intelligence Demystified through the Canadian Society of Association Executivies. (available Oct. 2014)
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