9 B2B Social Media SlideShare Presentations Worth Watching

In the world of business-to-business companies presentations with slides have become a staple for internal and external meetings. Because many of us rely on slides, we often need inspiration and help putting together the perfect deck. Recently I have become a fan of SlideShare.net, a site that allows users to upload and share their slide presentations with others. I have found it a great source for presentations on a wide variety of topics.

Today, I wanted to share with you some of the best B2B social media slide decks on SlideShare in hopes that they can be educational, and perhaps helpful, when you have to put together your own social media related presentations for management and other internal groups.

1. Dell B2B Social Media Huddle By Neville Hobson – This presentation mixes solid usage facts with larger strategic concepts that could be useful in selling social media internally, but also for creating a sound strategic framework.

2. B2B Social Media Marketing Techniques: Measuring the Impact from Creation to Closed Deal By Kyle Flaherty – Kyle outlines clear points for developing content that creates engagement that can lead to measurable results.

3. IBM Case B2B Social Media By Tim Washer – These slide walk through the IBM Mainframe case study and showcase the results created when B2B Social media is executed well.

4. LaPointe: B2B & Social Media: Performance, Measurements, and SEO Benefits By LIFT Summit 09 – Social media, tied to SEO and examples of good content, make this a useful presentation for helping to understand the bigger role of social media for inbound marketing.

5. B2B Social Media and Twitter – an Interview with Ann Handley of MarketingProfs By Andrew Spoeth – This presentation includes an audio interview that provides valuable insight from Ann Handley of Marketing Profs. Worth listening to to understand how Ann balances her time and uses social media for her business.

6. Community with Social Media and Web 2.0 – A Cisco Product Launch Case Study by LaSandra Brill – Cisco provides a great walk through of how they marketed a specific hardware product using social media. Often you see many examples of social media at the corporate level, it is helpful to see one that is product specific.

7. Building the B2B Business Case for Social Media By Christina Kerley – From influencer engagement to connecting social media to CRM, this presentations highlights the high-level B2B social media issues that companies will be dealing with in the coming years.

8. B2B Social Communications Case Studies – Intuit By Business Development Institute – I saw this case study presented live this past fall. It serves as a great example of leveraging social media to reach small business owners and the business results that can be translated from this type of program.

9. Social Media Strategy and Execution for Branding, Engagement and Recruiting By Polly Pearson of EMC – We can often forget that current and perspective employees are an important audience for social media. This presentation from EMC focuses on the employee relations aspects of social media.

Did you find these presentations helpful? Are there others that you have found helpful or provided inspiration?

Comments

  1. says

    Kipp, thanks for including the slide show we gave at NCDM. I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention my co-presenter at the show, Aaron Strout (@aaronstrout). We have nearly three hours to do this in-depth bootcamp on social media marketing for a room full of database marketers. It was a refreshing session with some very engaged folks looking to learn.

    Hoping to record some voice notes over the slide at some point soon to give it more flavor.

    /kff

  2. says

    Wow! Thank you for the powerful information! It will take me a while to invest enough time to go through all of them, but I can already tell this will give great insite on Social Media direction and expectations for business in the near future. I appreciate you sharing these presentations.

  3. says

    Thanks for the very helpful information about social media and all the techqniues. There are so much to learn, I am wondering how much time we need to invest in all these social media staff as a small business. What’s the effective way to doing this? it seems like to implement all these techqniues, I will WORK for the social media, not for my business. What’s the idea?

  4. says

    Thanks for the very helpful information about social media and all the techqniues. There are so much to learn, I am wondering how much time we need to invest in all these social media staff as a small business. What’s the effective way to doing this? it seems like to implement all these techqniues, I will WORK for the social media, not for my business. What’s the idea?

  5. says

    David,

    I don’t think it is about spending a lot of time doing everything. I think it is about determining within social media, hat works best for your business. If it drives results then invest in it, if it doesn’t then don’t. Their is some upfront time in determining that, but it may be worth getting the help of a third party if you don’t have time.

  6. says

    Kipp, great job adding all of the slide shows. I can really use some of this information in a college social media certification program I am developing.

    Social media is a great tool for the small business owner for sure. That holds true for the B2B marketer also.

    Dr. Dave Hale
    The Internet Marketing Professor

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