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  • 1. sharing   fans,  friends    and   More  than  just   followers   ShareThis        |        Rubinson  Partners,  Inc.        |        Starcom  MediaVest  Group               June  2011   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 2. ShareThis  is  the  largest  plaCorm  for  sharing  and  influence  across  the  web,  reaching  more  than  400  million  users  across  nearly  1  million  web   sites.  ShareThis  is  changing  the  way  informaIon  is  navigated  and  organized  according  to  the  way  people  interact  and  relate  to  each  other   online.  Based  in  Palo  Alto,  CA,  with  offices  in  New  York  and  CincinnaI,  the  company  is  privately  held  with  funding  from  Blue  Chip  Venture   Company,  Draper  Fisher  Jurvetson,  DFJ  Mercury,  Illinois  Ventures,  MaUhew  Pritzker  Company,  Queen  City  Angels,  RPM  Ventures,  and   Reservoir  Partners.   Starcom  MediaVest  Group   Starcom  MediaVest  Group  is  the  Human  Experience  Company.  Our  dream  is  to  grow  our  clients  business  by  transforming  human  behavior   through  upliing,  meaningful  human  experiences.  These  brand  experiences  are  brought  to  life  by  disInct,  strategic  point-­‐of-­‐views—Truth  and   Design  and  Space  for  Ideas-­‐-­‐  created  and  owned  by  SMGs  two  global  agency  brands:  MediaVest  and  Starcom,  respecIvely.  Ranked  one  of  the   largest  brand  communicaIons  groups  in  the  world,  Starcom  MediaVest  Group  encompasses  an  integrated  network  of  human  experience   strategists,  investment  specialists,  content  creators  and  digital  experts  and  part  of  the  Publicis  Groupe  [listed  on  the  Euronext  Paris  Exchange  -­‐   FR0000130577  -­‐  and  part  of  the  CAC  40  index].    With  nearly  6,700  employees  in  110  offices  worldwide,  SMG  is  the  #1  ranked  Global  Media   Agency  (AdAge)  and  2011  Media  Network  of  the  Year  at  the  Global  FesIval  of  Media  as  well  as  the  most  celebrated  global  media  network  at   the  2010  and  2009  Cannes  InternaIonal  AdverIsing  FesIval.  Rubinson  Partners,  Inc.   Joel  Rubinson  is  President  and  Founder  of  Rubinson  Partners,  Inc.,  a  markeIng  and  research  consultancy.  Previously,  Joel  was  Chief  Research   Officer  at  The  ARF,  where  he  directed  the  organizaIon’s  research  prioriIes  and  iniIaIves  on  behalf  of  more  than  400adverIsers,  adverIsing   agencies,  associaIons,  research  firms,  and  media  companies.  Prior  to  joining  the  ARF,  Joel  held  senior  execuIve  posiIons  at  Synovate  North   America,  focusing  on  shopper  research,  and  NPD  Group,  leading  the  creaIon  of  tools  for  brand  equity  management  (BrandBuilder),  new   product  forecasIng  (ESP),  category  management  and  designed  many  of  their  data  collecIon  and  sampling  methodologies  as  NPD  changed   from  paper  diaries  to  online  research.  Joel  began  his  research  career  at  Unilever.  Joel  is  also  a  published  author  of  numerous  papers  in   professional  journals  and  frequent  speaker  at  industry  conferences.    He  has  taught  the  official  American  MarkeIng  AssociaIon  advanced   tutorial  on  brand  loyalty,  been  a  professor  at  NYU  and  lectured  at  Columbia,  Wharton,  Amos  Tuck  School,  and  the  University  of  Rochester.  Joel   holds  an  MBA  in  staIsIcs  and  economics  from  the  University  of  Chicago  and  a  BS  from  NYU.   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 3. INTRODUCTION  ShareThis  and  Starcom  MediaVest  Group  are   the   analysis  proud  to  announce  the  results  from  the  first  in  an  ongoing  series  of  studies  related  to  sharing  behavior  online.    Together  the  two  have  created  the  largest   largest   of  analyIc  database  of  sharing  acIvity  using  the   sharing  ShareThis  network.   7  BILLION   SIGNALS   ac6vity   300  MM+   USERS   1  MILLION   DOMAINS   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 4. SHARING  IS  BIGGER   CLICKING  ON  LINKS  BY  SHARING  CHANNEL  THAN  FANS,  FRIENDS  AND  FOLLOWERS   Other   Facebook   (Bookmarking,   Blogs,  etc)   38%   34%  Sharing  generates  more  than  10%  of  all  internet  traffic  (almost  half  the  volume  of  search)   TwiUer   Email  Facebook  is  the  sharing  largest  channel   11%   17%  at  38%  But  by  no  means  the  only  one,  with   Sharing  is  31%  of  email  accounIng  for  17%   site  referral  traffic!   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 5. THE  WAY  PEOPLE  SHARE  DEPENDS  ON  THE  TYPE  OF   Arts  &     Entertainment   65%   5%  CONTENT   Music   64%   2%  Entertainment  is  primarily  shared  using   Video   Games   46%  social  networks   29%   Business  &    Where  the  content  is  informaIve,   Investment   40%   34%  people  are  more  likely  to  use  email  and  LinkedIn   Health  &     Science   54%   31%   Facebook   MySpace   TwiUer   Email   Other   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 6. SHARING  IS  ABOUT  SCALE   AVERAGE  CLICKS  Reach  is  driven  by  the  first  share   OTHER   TWITTER   FACEBOOK   5.3   4.8   EMAIL   4.3   1.7  The  sharing  methods  drive  different  average  levels  of  sharing   average:    4.8     ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 7. ARE  THERE  “INFLUENTIALS”?   Two  Schools  of  Thought:    These  hypotheses  would  imply  very  different  media  strategies,   so  it  is  important  to  idenIfy  which  is  true   INFLUENTIALS   NETWORKED  INFLUENCE   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 8. THE  MYTH  OF  THE  INFLUENTIAL     HOW  MANY  CATEGORIES  DO  PEOPLE  SHARE?  Sharers  tend  to  share  informaIon  about   90%   80%  specific  topics  that  interest  them,  rather   70%  than  having  influence  across  a  wide  range   60%  of  categories   50%   40%   30%  Therefore  marketers  should  not  focus  on   20%  a  small  number  of  influenIal  people,  but   10%  should  reach  as  many  people  as  possible   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12  to  maximize  chances  of  further  propagaIon   Over  80%  of  people   share  only  one   category  in  a  month   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 9. SHARING  IS  ABOUT  MOMENTS  OF  RELEVANCE  The  ubiquitous  nature  of  sharing  means  that,  when  people  share,  it  is  an  ‘of  the  moment’  look  into  their  specific  desires  By  building  audiences  around  these  moments  of  relevance,  marketers  can  reach  only  the  consumers  who  are  most  recepIve  to  their  messages   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 10. BUILDING  SCALE  BY  UNDERSTANDING   Arts   Business  CONTENT     Religion   Financial  Services   Entertainment   Music  SUPER-­‐CLUSTERS   Government   Law   Investments   Employment   Video  Games   Shop  Electronics   EducaIon   Technology  Certain  categories  go  together   Real  Estate   ParenIng  in  terms  of  if  one  is  shared,  the   Shopping  Beauty   Shop  Home  Garden   Health  other  is  more  likely  to  be   Shop  Clothing  shared,  giving  adverIsers   AutomoIve   Health  Fitness   Shop  Food  Drink  opportuniIes  for  greater  scale   Science   Shop  Pets   Shop  Beauty   Travel   Sports   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 11. sharing   SCALE   is  about  scale   and   RELEVANCE  relevance   To  benefit  from  sharing,  markeIng   efforts  can  be  planned  to   maximize  scale  and  relevance   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 12. REACHING  AUDIENCES  WHEN  THEY  ARE  MOST  RECEPTIVE   insights   for   marketers  Sharing  behavior…what  people  share,  what  they  click  on…reveals  what  is  relevant  to  them  at  that  moment  Marketers,  should  consider  sharing  to  be  a  sign  of  “inmarketness”  and  a  prime  audience  for  adverIsing   What  have  YOU   shared  today?  People  are  most  likely  to  be  sharing  and  clicking  while  brand  consideraIon  is  sIll  forming  so  sharing  offers  the  relevance  of  search  and  remarkeIng,  but  at  scale   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.  
  • 13. For  more  informa6on  about  this   study,  or  to  request  a  mee6ng  please   contact:    marke6ng@sharethis.com  ShareThis        |        Rubinson  Partners,  Inc.        |        Starcom  MediaVest  Group               June  2011   ©  2011  ShareThis,  Inc.