Since I have created my Visible Banking page on facebook, I’ve always tried to find the best way to REWARD my fans, or shall I say now “the community of facebook users who like my page”: from the get go, I made sure to post most of my recent video interviews or video reviews on facebook first (and only a few weeks or months later on dailymotion). Please note that my new VB140 videos are available on the VB page first .
Indeed I believe there is limited value using a facebook page as a mere carbon copy of one’s twitter account or blog. I also don’t want to pollute my blog with a few short daily posts with my initial comments and reactions on new social media initiatives.
This is the reason why I started to post short wall posts on regular basis. I invite facebook users interested in social media in banking, financial services and insurance, to like my page to keep track of my updates. Once in a while, I will also publish a post listing my recent comments on facebook in my new Visible Banking Facebook Flash series. I hope you will enjoy reading those posts.
Please do not hesitate to share your feedback and help me improve the format of this new series.
5% Discount for the Visible Banking Page Fans:
VB Social Media & Finance Workshops (Paris, Madrid, London)
I believe another good way to reward your community is to give your members discounts on some of your activities. This is the reason why I would like to offer the Visible Banking page fans the chance to enjoy an additional 5% discount on the rate card prices for my Social Media & Finance Workshops.
In order to qualify you just have to:
1. become a fan / like the Visible Banking page on facebook
2. mention your attendance on the corresponding event page
3. share the event page with your friends with a link to http://bit.ly/VBW2010
4. send me an email with your registration form quoting facebook
Optional (but much appreciated):
– register on the event’s page on linkedin (London, Paris, Madrid, Frankfurt)
– send a tweet such as: “I’ve just registered to the @Visible_Banking social media & finance workshop in <city> on <date> http://bit.ly/VBW2010”
I look forward to catching up with you in June.
Facebook Flash #2
Interview (in French) with Frank Desvignes, Director Internet & Mobile at BNP Paribas Retail
We talked about the “net agence”, and how Frank’s teams are using social media to quickly create sizable audiences on communuties like facebook or twitter. The challenge is to sustain a decent level of activity from your followers, better know who they are, find the best way to reward them (…)
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Familiar with Banca Civica, a new banking group in Spain?
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Progressive Insurance’s Moderation process on their Facebook Page?
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