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Marketing Social Innovation

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Presentation at the University of Chicago's Social Service Administration (SSA) on Marketing Social Innovation.

Presentation at the University of Chicago's Social Service Administration (SSA) on Marketing Social Innovation.

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  • 1. Marketing Social Impact University of Chicago February 14, 2012
  • 2. Today, you will learn…1. The importance of ‘why, what, who, how’2. How to create a Marketing Action Plan (MAP)3. What makes some messaging fly and some flop4. Which trends to watch
  • 3. Landscape• ~1.6 M charitable organizations in the U.S.• ~68,000 charitable organizations in Illinois• Number of is increasing by ~4.5% per year• Charitable giving per year: ~$300B
  • 4. MARKETING IS A MEANSTO AN END
  • 5. Definition: CommunicationsThe art and technique of using wordseffectively to impart information and ideas.
  • 6. Definition: MarketingThe words and ways you use to inspirepeople to action and engagement.
  • 7. WHY WHAT WHO HOW
  • 8. VISIONMISSION
  • 9. VISIONARYMISSIONARY
  • 10. Belief Proposition• Why do you exist?• What would be different if you didn’t exist?
  • 11. Belief PropositionWe believe… Technology can play a pivotal role in creating the greater good. Every child deserves to be a great reader. Hunger is unacceptable.
  • 12. Belief PropositionBenevolent believes…
  • 13. Definition: BrandCompelling alignment of the visual,narrative and experiential aspects of whatyou do and why you do it.
  • 14. The Team Read BrandWe believe all kids deserve to be great readers. Approachable, dependable, outspoken.
  • 15. Case Study:Komen/Planned Parenthood Komen Planned ParenthoodAnnouncement: Silence MediaNo more interviewsfunding for PPFeb 1: SM Silence Mediafrenzy begins Interviews/ Active on FB & TwitterFeb 2: Frenzy Scripted Video Mediacontinues Interviews/SM/ Grassroots energizedFeb 4: Reversal Formal Formalof decision statement statement + SM
  • 16. WHY WHAT WHO HOW
  • 17. 1, 2, 3 Marketing Tree1. WHAT does marketing success look like?2. WHO do you need to reach for your marketing to be successful?3. HOW can you most effectively reach your ideal supporters?
  • 18. WHY WHAT WHO HOW
  • 19. WHAT does marketingsuccess look like?
  • 20. WHAT• Resist temptation to skip the WHAT• Crystalize essence
  • 21. WHAT: Goal Buckets Awareness • Advocacy • Volunteers • Program • Fundraising
  • 22. WHAT• Resist temptation to skip the WHAT• Crystalize essence• Focus on Benefits not Features
  • 23. WHAT• Resist temptation to skip the WHAT• Crystalize essence• Focus on Benefits not Features• Less & better > more & poorly
  • 24. ”Perfection is reached not when thereis nothing left to add, but when thereis nothing left to take away.” Antoine de Saint-Exupery
  • 25. WHY WHAT WHO HOW
  • 26. WHO do you need to reachto be successful?
  • 27. WHO• “General public” is not a target audience• More specific = Better• Create profiles for most important ideal supporter
  • 28. WHO ARE BENEVOLENT’SIDEAL SUPPORTERS
  • 29. BREAK
  • 30. HOW: The 3 M’s• Message (What’s your message?)• Mechanism (How can you most effectively deliver it to your target audience?)• Measurement (How will you know if your message and mechanisms are working?)
  • 31. WHY WHAT WHO HOW
  • 32. HOW can you mosteffectively reach yourideal supporters?
  • 33. Messaging
  • 34. Taglines & Elevator Pitches Tagline is read. Elevator pitch is said.
  • 35. American Cancer Society.The Official Sponsor of Birthdays.
  • 36. Lean in Line (aka Elevator Pitch)• Door opener, not deal closer• Generic + target audience = tailored• Got to be able to say it with conviction over and over again.
  • 37. Benevolent: Messaging“Benevolent fosters individual giving to meetindividual needs - connecting people who facehurdles along their paths to stability and successwith people who want to help.”
  • 38. Benevolent: MessagingTagline: Where giving fosters success.Written: We connect people who face hurdleswith people who want to help.Spoken: We run a website that connects peoplewho face hurdles with people who want to help.
  • 39. Top 5 Words to Avoid1. Provide2. Just3. Trying4. Self-sufficiency5. Thriving communities
  • 40. Mechanisms
  • 41. Definition: Social MediaGroup of Internet-based applications thatallow the creation and exchange of user-generated content.
  • 42. Definition: Public RelationsThe methods and activities employed toestablish and promote a favorablerelationship with the public.
  • 43. Definition: AdvertisingBringing a product or service to theattention of potential and currentcustomers.
  • 44. Modern Marketing Mix Annual Report Postcard Facebook Newsletter LinkedIn Website
  • 45. Modern Marketing Mix: Take 2 Newsletter Flickr Facebook Press Release Annual Website Appeal
  • 46. Social Media ProgressionListen Share Contribute Create
  • 47. Top 4 Social Media Mechanisms for Nonprofits Twitter Blog LinkedIn Facebook
  • 48. Top 3 Trends to Watch1. Mobile2. Pinterest3. Video
  • 49. Measurement
  • 50. Measuring Success– 3E: Outcomes: the change you want to see • Paint a picture of the change you want to see and make it SMART– 1E: Outputs: emails sent, blogs posted, articles published, etc. – things you control • Measure early and often
  • 51. Create a Marketing Action PlanBenevolent
  • 52. Final Thoughts• Why, What, Who, How• Less=more• Think beyond borders
  • 53. www.claxonmarketing.comerica@claxonmarketing.comTwitter: @ericamillsTHANK YOU!

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