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    Want to be 'liked' or want to be Rich | Niall McKeown - iON Want to be 'liked' or want to be Rich | Niall McKeown - iON Presentation Transcript

    • By Niall McKeown twitter: @niallmckeown www.linkedin.com/in/niallmckeown
    • What’s Your 3.5” Marketing Strategy?
    • What is Strategy? “A strategy is a plan of action designed to achieve a specific goal”
    • What is Digital Strategy? “In the fields of strategic management, marketing strategy and business strategy, digital strategy is the process of specifying an organization's vision, goals, opportunities and initiatives in order to maximize the business benefits of digital marketing to the organization.”
    • “Strategy comes from identifying one or two critical issues in the situation – the pivotal points that can multiply the effectiveness of effort – and then focusing and concentrating action and resources on them” 2011 Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year What is Strategy?
    • Diagnosis Coherent Action Guiding Policy What is Strategy?
    • What’s Not Strategy?
    • What’s Not Strategy? “We shall increase our sales by 20% We will increase our page impressions by 10,000 per month” Operational Effectiveness ! “We shall use social media to better service our clients”
    • Lean Innovation Build MeasureLearn DevelopIdeas Empirical Evidence
    • 1. Know Yourself 2. Know Customer 3. Resources 4. Marketplace 7. Tactics6. Market Move5. Market Position
    • Know Yourself Know Your Customer Available Resources The Marketplace Micro Analysis
    • Available Resources Know Yourself Know Your Customer TheMarketplace 1 Vision, Desires & Diagnosis 2 Invention Innovation & Entrepreneurship 3 Market Move Options 1 Tasks/ Functions 2 Perceived Difference and its Value 3 Emotional Response & Loyalty 1 Market Size & Density (Direct & Indirect) 2 Fighting Weight (if they are to be displaced) 3 White space 1 Time 2 Talents 3 Cash Micro Analysis
    • Micro Analysis Know Yourself Know Your Customer Available Resources The Marketplace
    • Micro Analysis Know Yourself Know Your Customer Available Resources The Marketplace
    • Exclusive Niche or limited Audience Mass MarketMainstream Warm (Comforted) Mild (Informed) Cold (Rational) Customer Volume How Customer Perceives Your Business 6 5 7 31 2 4 8 PrimeAuthority AttentionAdvocacy All Media Bought MediaOwned Media Earned Media High 5 Over Here Industry Leader SmoothOmnipresence Members Shout LoudlyHand Shake Hot (Passionate) Macro Analysis
    • Exclusive Niche or limited Audience Mass MarketMainstream Warm (Comforted) Mild (Informed) Cold (Rational) Customer Volume How Customer Perceives Your Business 6 5 7 31 2 4 8 PrimeAuthority AttentionAdvocacy All Media Bought MediaOwned Media Earned Media High 5 Over Here Industry Leader SmoothOmnipresence Members Shout LoudlyHand Shake Hot (Passionate) Macro Analysis
    • Exclusive Niche or limited Audience Mass MarketMainstream Warm (Comforted) Mild (Informed) Cold (Rational) Customer Volume How Customer Perceives Your Business 6 5 7 31 2 4 8 PrimeAuthority AttentionAdvocacy All Media Bought MediaOwned Media Earned Media High 5 Over Here Industry Leader SmoothOmnipresence Members Shout LoudlyHand Shake Hot (Passionate) Macro Analysis Cash Innovation
    • The Market
    • The Market
    • Thought Leaders Ladder Replication Innovation Invention Iteration
    • Critical Issue Booking.com vs Own Site Search Engine Optimisation Pay Per Click Advertising Display Advertising Facebook Email Marketing Third Party Sites (e.g. booking.com)Own Booking Engine Pintrest TwitterLinkedIn Website Design
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    • 1. Know Yourself 2. Know Customer 3. Resources 4. Marketplace 7. Tactics6. Market Move5. Market Position
    • Exclusive Niche or limited Audience Mass MarketMainstream Warm (Comforted) Mild (Informed) Cold (Rational) Customer Volume How Customer Perceives Your Business 6 5 7 31 2 4 8 PrimeAuthority AttentionAdvocacy All Media Bought MediaOwned Media Earned Media High 5 Over Here Industry Leader SmoothOmnipresence Members Shout LoudlyHand Shake Hot (Passionate) Macro Analysis Cash Innovation
    • Exclusive Niche or limited Audience Mass MarketMainstream Warm (Comforted) Mild (Informed) Cold (Rational) Customer Volume How Customer Perceives Your Business 6 5 7 31 2 4 8 PrimeAuthority AttentionAdvocacy All Media Bought MediaOwned Media Earned Media High 5 Over Here Industry Leader SmoothOmnipresence Members Shout LoudlyHand Shake Hot (Passionate) Macro Analysis Cash
    • 3 Attention Bought Media Over Here Macro Analysis
    • Bought Media Over Here Tactics
    • Bought Media Over Here Build MeasureLearn DevelopIdeas Empirical Evidence Testing Leap of Faith Assumptions
    • Testing Leap of Faith Assumptions
    • Testing Leap of Faith Assumptions FREE SHIPPING
    • 1% Conversion Rate •220 Clicks •€138 •With 1% conversion = 2 sales = €69 per sale
    • Background Cot Mattress is the dominant search term used in the UK.
    • Minimal Viable Product
    • 1. Know Yourself 2. Know Customer 3. Resources 4. Marketplace 7. Tactics6. Market Move5. Market Position
    • www.ionology.com