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Molly's presentation for media140 Oxford, May 2010, about what it really means to be a 'human' brand in a consumer led world.

Molly's presentation for media140 Oxford, May 2010, about what it really means to be a 'human' brand in a consumer led world.

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  • Brand anthropomorphism Media 140 Oxford: 19 th May 2010
  •   Mmm… the new business
  •   Anthropomorphism n. Attribution of human motivation, characteristics, or behavior to inanimate objects , animals, or natural phenomena.
  •   Brand anthropomorphism
  •   Dilemma one Self-perception v reality
  •   Me with friends Me with friends
  •   What is it about our friends that makes them our friends?
  •   Because they’re good?
  •   Because they’re funny?
  •   Because they try to save the world?
  •   Why we relate to our friends Age, attraction, appearance, compassion, honesty, humour, support, loyalty, fun, generosity, forgiveness, stability, shared interests, compatibility, location, history, vulnerability, fierceness, wisdom
  •   Why brands think we relate to them They’re great, their products are great, their services are great, or if they’re not great at least they provide great value, their customer service is great, and we should all be grateful
  •   In the age of consumer engagement it is not the brand which defines its essence, its identity and its personality; its you and I s
  •   Dilemma two Selective sociability
  •   Me at work
  •   Me with friends Me with friends
  •   Me with friends Me at home
  •   We are social…
  •   … sometimes
  •   Social media stars
  •   Dilemma three Authenticity
  •   The lady doth protest… s
  •   The Authenticity Paradox “ Individuals long for authenticity, but struggle with how to gain it. Businesses long to fulfil that need by selling authenticity, but cannot really provide it. Yet consumers do perceive many inherently inauthentic offerings – as they do countries, cities, places, and nature – as undeniably authentic; so enterprises must learn the discipline of rendering their offerings as real” ‘Authenticity: What consumers really want’ – James Gilmore & Joseph Pine
  •   Translation It’s all about them , not you.
  •   A bit of therapy Man up
      • Get some feedback
    • Self examination
    • Individuality
    • Complexity
    • Change
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  •   Authenticity audit
    • What are our roots?
    • What sort of person are we?
    • Are we true to what we say we are?
    • How can we be more natural, original, exceptional, referential or influential?
    s
  •   3) Tailored vs scattergun
      • Focus on them, not you
  •   This isn’t about social media Cust Service PR/Comms Retail POS Advertising Employees Product/service Outdoor Sponsorship Digital DM and Email Billing Behaviours Social interfaces Emotional response Word of Mouth Advocacy Detraction
  •   http://thebrandbuilder.wordpress.com/2010/02/15/beware-the-social-media-one-trick-pony-hiring-an-sm-director-part-2/
      • It’s about everyone
  •   Learn from what humans do
  • Thanks  Get in touch Molly Flatt WOM Evangelist @1000heads @mollyflatt + 447788746642 [email_address]