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Social Media Revolution
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  • 1. Think Social Media Monetization Think Consumer Profiling Think sCRM Strategy trueAnthem Media Kit – August 2009 Think Technology Platform
  • 2. trueAnthem’s model utilizes unique music & video content to: Establish relationships with brands Engage consumers within social media Identify “Word of Mouth” influencers Convert influencers into consumer based marketers trueAnthem is… Leading the Social Media Revolution
  • 3. trueAnthem Tracks The Social Influence Over Marketing Campaigns And The Products They Support! @flickr.com
  • 4. Source: peerFluence trueAnthem’s model focuses on $200 influencers Key Influencers = WoM = ROI for brand - Have The Highest Value $200 $100 $50 $25 The Greater The Personal Influence , The More Revenue Value To The Brand
  • 5. “ the goal is not just to establish a brand presence on the social networks, but to integrate the brand into the social graph” . Bill Franchey, peerFluence ” word of mouth marketing is one notable sector that has bucked the trend and continued to grow..” Brandweek, August 25, 2009 “ Next-generation advertising will be driven by the tastes and habits of 14-24 "millennials…reaching these young folks is to use their social networks,,," Ed Moran, Director of Product Innovation, Deloitte “ Internet advertising must evolve from displays and become integrated into the content of websites.”   Barry Diller, chief executive of Web giant IAC/InterActiveCorp , Social Media Facts: -78% of consumers trust peer recommendations  -Only 14% trust advertisements Peer Influence - The Future Of Social Commerce “ If you received information about a company/product from these sources.. How credible would it be?”
  • 6. The Social Consumer Is Inside The Door… Free Music Is The Key To Opening The Door trueAnthem Monetizes It!
  • 7. trueAnthem’s- Model Focus 1 Identify - The Individuals Brand’s Want to Know Nurture - The Audience Using Branded Content 2 Commerce - Artists Drive Fans to Commerce 3 Track Influence - trueAnthem Genome Technology 4
  • 8. trueAnthem Ads : front and center on “50 yard line” in Facebook news feed Facebook Ads : ineffective & on the sidelines with paid for placement- “Banner Blindness” Combat “Banner Blindness”
  • 9. Meaningful Engagements - trueAds Often whimsical, audio trueAds are recorded by each band, endorsing their devotion to the brand for making their music free. “ Hi, I’m Matt Cusson. I love Scullcandy headphones because my music sounds great on them”
  • 10. Meaningful Engagements - trueVideo trueVideo ads further enable the bands to endorse their favorite brands. “ Hi, this is Lisa from Killola. I want to thank my good friends at Skullcandy for providing my new album for free. I love your Scullcandy!” <ul><li>“ Celebrity” Word of mouth marketing </li></ul><ul><li>Celebrity endorsement </li></ul><ul><li>Conversion rates = 10 times </li></ul><ul><li>industry average </li></ul>
  • 11. Wonka Re-Launch Campaign - $100,000 “ What I like is that over 30% of our impressions results in an engagement.  This is much higher than our standard 7% rich media engagement rate.” Frank Maguire, Moxie Interactive Huge Impact Case Study: Top-To-Bottom Results For Nestle Maven – 450 Total 15,000 Opt-In Emails, 8,100 Coupon Redemptions 187,000 Installed Viral Players 67,000 Clicks (21%) 11mm Engagements 3.9mm Uniques 32mm Impressions 43 Bands 2.6mm Friends 314 Free Songs 41 Free Videos Influencers Buyers Familiarity Awareness
  • 12. Brian Wilhite Chief Development Officer 415.717.0424 Cell 415.694.5896 Direct 415.358.4455 Fax   3235 Fillmore St, 2nd Floor San Francisco, CA 94123

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