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the marketing    revolutionwhat you need to know about an     interconnected world         Presented to the Canadian Pensi...
what happened?
by the time they are 3 years old,       american children    recognize an average of100 brand logos.               -dr.all...
what’s the most powerful     form ofmarketing?
word-of-mouth   is still the most powerful       form of marketing.its just easier now.
meet themorgensons
17 microphones 35 hidden cameras15 hidden crew members
“whether it’s shoes, jewelry,barbecue tools, or sports equipment,there’s nothing quite as persuasiveas observing someone w...
“the results proved beyond any doubtwhatsoever thatmarketers, advertisers, and big businesshave nothing at all comparedto ...
join therevolution
what percentage of consumers trust  advertisements?
14%
what percentage of consumers trustpeer recomendations?
90%
social mediadoesn’t change anything but allow us tocommunicate faster.
there is no such thing as aneutral brand impression
what’s the secret to   facebook?
allow people towaste time with you.
how many   tweetsare tweeted per day?
over340 million
what’s the secret to  twitter?
bring something of value to the           party
videos are viewed onhow many     youtube per day?
over 4,000,000,000 (4 billion)
the future of marketing issocial objects
people only go on the internet for     two reasons, to eithersolve a problem orto be entertained.          nothing else.
social media   +pensions & benefits   =         ?
we’re living in a age of extreme          transparency
what aboutprivacy?
how does our company get started in          social media?
develop a“permission asset”
so the three things to    remember…..
1. no such thing as a neutral brandimpression2. only two reasons why we go on theinternet3. the future of marketing is soc...
Sources:http://www.hubspot.com/watch-the-state-of-seo-and-internet-marketingBrainfluence: 100 Ways to Persuade and Convinc...
@jephmaystruckwww.strategylab.ca
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
The Marketing Revolution: what you need to know about an interconnected world
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Presented on October 17th and 18th 2012, 2012 to the Canadian Pension & Benefits Institute. Covering why marketing has changed, what's the future of marketing, the only two reason we go online, there's no such thing as a neutral brand impression, and why you need to develop a permission asset.

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    1. 1. the marketing revolutionwhat you need to know about an interconnected world Presented to the Canadian Pensions & Benefits Institute by Jeph Maystruck
    2. 2. what happened?
    3. 3. by the time they are 3 years old, american children recognize an average of100 brand logos. -dr.allenkanner, child psychologist at the wright institute in berkley, california.
    4. 4. what’s the most powerful form ofmarketing?
    5. 5. word-of-mouth is still the most powerful form of marketing.its just easier now.
    6. 6. meet themorgensons
    7. 7. 17 microphones 35 hidden cameras15 hidden crew members
    8. 8. “whether it’s shoes, jewelry,barbecue tools, or sports equipment,there’s nothing quite as persuasiveas observing someone we respect oradmire using a brand or product.”-martin lindstrom
    9. 9. “the results proved beyond any doubtwhatsoever thatmarketers, advertisers, and big businesshave nothing at all comparedto the influence weconsumers have onone another.” -martin lindstrom
    10. 10. join therevolution
    11. 11. what percentage of consumers trust advertisements?
    12. 12. 14%
    13. 13. what percentage of consumers trustpeer recomendations?
    14. 14. 90%
    15. 15. social mediadoesn’t change anything but allow us tocommunicate faster.
    16. 16. there is no such thing as aneutral brand impression
    17. 17. what’s the secret to facebook?
    18. 18. allow people towaste time with you.
    19. 19. how many tweetsare tweeted per day?
    20. 20. over340 million
    21. 21. what’s the secret to twitter?
    22. 22. bring something of value to the party
    23. 23. videos are viewed onhow many youtube per day?
    24. 24. over 4,000,000,000 (4 billion)
    25. 25. the future of marketing issocial objects
    26. 26. people only go on the internet for two reasons, to eithersolve a problem orto be entertained. nothing else.
    27. 27. social media +pensions & benefits = ?
    28. 28. we’re living in a age of extreme transparency
    29. 29. what aboutprivacy?
    30. 30. how does our company get started in social media?
    31. 31. develop a“permission asset”
    32. 32. so the three things to remember…..
    33. 33. 1. no such thing as a neutral brandimpression2. only two reasons why we go on theinternet3. the future of marketing is socialobjects
    34. 34. Sources:http://www.hubspot.com/watch-the-state-of-seo-and-internet-marketingBrainfluence: 100 Ways to Persuade and Convince Consumers with Neuromarketing by Roger DooleyBrandwashed by Marting LindstromHow We Decide by Johan Leherhttp://www.earthlyissues.com/images/exxon_valdez_01.jpghttp://thesocialskinny.com/99-new-social-media-stats-for-2012/http://marketingland.com/youtubes-stunning-stats-4-billion-daily-views- an-hour-of-video-uploaded-every-second-4139http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0EnhXn5boMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXvU_cIjkrghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ntDYjS0Y3w&feature=player_embedd ed
    35. 35. @jephmaystruckwww.strategylab.ca
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