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Creating a Winning Digital Stategy


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8 Success Factors for Developing a Global Strategy presented for iLive 2013 in Riga, Latvia.

8 Success Factors for Developing a Global Strategy presented for iLive 2013 in Riga, Latvia.

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  • Ben Carter
  • Identify qualifiers+ risks+ costs+ treatment
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    • 1. 1Creating aWinning GlobalDigital StrategyFor iLive 2013. Riga.9th May 2013Dr Dave ChaffeyCEO: SmartInsights.comDownload
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    • 7. 7 Books  Online advice and consultingwww.smartinsights.comAbout Dave Chaffey
    • 8. 8Strategy success factor 1Digital marketing is marketing
    • 9. 9One value propositionagainst another…Source: Marketing Experiments
    • 10. 10Betfair’s Mobile Value Proposition (MVP)https://touch.betfair.comBetfair’s mobile app generated £1 billion of bets inthe last financial year. 168,000 used it’s app, a 122percent increase.For 2012 c £2 billion, 15% of revenue 275,000app users. Half of all UK customers have placedbet.
    • 11. 11Autoglass mobile optimised site –Mobile Value Proposition (MVP)
    • 12. 12Ling’s CarsLing’s Cars
    • 13. 13This month (Feb 2012) so far, I have sold 18 Merc C-Class (to chose a significant car). That is a £30k car.Payments will typically be more than £12,000 of paymentcommitment over 3-years. Try converting and getting anorder for £12,000 from a website! Therefore I have to tryharder than most websites...Yes, many people will take one look, or make one visitand leave, never to come back. Many people complainabout retina burn etc. But, so what?I *HAVE* to polarise visitors, and get them to chooseto stay or go. Its no good being average, no one wouldcommit to £12k of payments over 3 years if I wasaverage. So the argument that I get drop-off is very valid.Source: Ling’s cars and the art of persuading visitors to buy
    • 14. 14Choice limits motivationResearch: Kiyengar and Lepper (2000)
    • 15. 15Strategy success factor 2Develop your strategy
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    • 18. 18Strategy success factor 3Apply customer insight
    • 19. 19Use on/offline personas
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    • 21. 21Strategy success factor 4Measurement and Optimization are your foundation
    • 22. 22Will you get the balance right?Investment in CRO?Mobile and social are sexy, and important for the future. But today98% of your revenue comes from Email, Affiliate, Display, Search.At least 50% of your attention / love / obsession should be tocontinuously get good at 98% of your revenue.Youll likely survive longer. : )
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    • 24. 24Source: Google Analytics vs Universal Analytics
    • 25. 25Use Google Analytics MCFto understand true value25Measuring assists in Google AnalyticsGoogle’s new social reports
    • 26. 26Strategy success factor 5Create joined-up omnichannel journeysSmart Insights: ROPO summary of Google case
    • 27. 27Consumer digital platformdemand at Debenhams0.00%2.00%4.00%6.00%8.00%10.00%12.00%14.00%Total Hourly Demand by DeviceDotcomiPadMobileSource: With thanks to Sarah Bailie,Mobile commerce manager at Debenhams
    • 28. 2888% Debenhams customers use mobile to browse vs. 12% purchase0%20%40%60%80%100%120%Store Website msite AppsBrowse vs. purchase channelsBrowsePurchaseMobile influencing store salesSource: With thanks to Sarah Bailie,Mobile commerce manager at Debenhams
    • 29. 29Barcode scanner driving mobileinteractions in storeSource: With thanks to Sarah Bailie,Mobile commerce manager at Debenhams
    • 30. 30Reviewing satisfaction levels bychannel / platformSource: With thanks to Sarah Bailie,Mobile commerce manager at Debenhams
    • 31. 31Customer journey analysisSource Nate Elliot, Analyst at Forrester ResearchReachlayerInteractionlayerTransactionlayerExample:Sneakerpedia
    • 32. 32Strategy success factor 6Integrate search, social and email marketing
    • 33. 33Group common search behavioursNOT keyword LISTS:Need: treatment/surgeryConcerns: risks/costs<Need> + <Qualifiers>Google Agency Toolkit
    • 34. 34A case in point…
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    • 37. 37Strategy success factor 7Engagement is the biggest challenge
    • 38. 38Integrated localsocial campaigns
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    • 40. 40Example of an integratedsocial media campaign
    • 41. 41Strategy success factor 8Think global, act local
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    • 44. 44Let’s Connect!Questions & discussion Email