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A neutral insight into the pros and cons of print vs. digital

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    • Print vs. Digital Prepared By Qube, Singapore
    • CON- 1.0 PRINT VS. DIGITAL 1.1 Pros and Cons 1.2 How Print Supports Digital and Vice Versa TENT 1.3 Statistics 2.0 CONSUMERS OF NOW 2.1 Informed Consumers 2.2 Affluent Consumers 2.3 Senior Business Executives 3.0 LUXURY BRANDS AND DIGITAL MEDIA How Luxury Brands Should Use Digital Media 3.1 Relationship Building 3.2 Tools 3.21 Email/eDM 3.22 Interactive or Virtual Catalogues 3.23 Rich Media 3.24 Website 3.25 Monitoring 3.26 Other Social Media/Web 2.0 Tools 4.0 LUXURY BRANDS AND PRINT MEDIA 4.1 What Digital Media Are Best Used For 4.2 What Print Is Best Used For 5.0 BIBLIOGRAPHY Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • 1.0 PRINT VS. DIGITAL 1.1 Pros and Cons 1.2 How Print Supports Digital and Vice Versa 1.3 Statistics Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • PRINT VS. DIGITAL 1.01 – A printed piece appeals to the most basic level of a person’s senses – Survey respondents state that the ability to hold, smell and feel an object is what they remember most about a piece and the product or brand it represents – People read word-for-word when reading print, but only scan online text1 – The online environment deters the consumer from focusing because of its multiple distractions (other open windows/tabs, instant messaging, etc.) – Reading online may not be as rewarding – or effective – as reading the printed word2 Thus, online and offline content cannot be written or presented the same way3 – C-level business executives have a preference for print in the leisure sector (i.e. magazines on their hobbies, or reading during their leisure time) – Magazine print ads are more effective than online banner ads4 1 Statistics in Appendix 2 More details in Appendix 3 More details in Appendix 4 More details in Appendix Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • 1.1 PRINT VS. DIGITAL PROS CONS – Tactile and prehensile – Cost – Portable, convenient and easy to read – Does not address all of the ways – Discrete units of text facilitate concentration consumers want to get information – Higher credibility – Takes up physical space – Remains a comfortable form for older – Can be in only one place at a time generations PRINT DIGITAL PROSa – “Up-to-the-minute” information CONS – No limit to the amount of search results – Interactive user feedback – Question of validity and credibility 5 – Easily searchable – Results must be evaluated carefully – Depth and richness of content – Readability is worse – Quick and easy to produce – Divided attention of internet-browsing consumer (multiple distractions) 5 While consumers clearly see the benefits of the Internet on their lives, they continue to have concerns about Internet safety and the trustworthiness of some online information – just 28% trust the information that companies provide on the Internet. Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • 1.2 PRINT VS. DIGITAL HOW PRINT SUPPORTS DIGITAL AND VICE VERSA – Consumers with favourable opinions towards online advertising expressed more positive attitudes towards all other traditional forms of advertising media tested – The reverse is also true – Marketers can either use print to support digital, or use digital to support print: • Print supported by digital: Consumers receive print collateral directing them to an online source that provides them with more information about the offering • Digital supported by print: Consumers can request a print brochure to be sent to them if they want more details – Online advertising can be the lead generator, but print is the persuasive factor Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • PRINT VS. DIGITAL Statistics 1.31 INTERNET USERS AND POPULATION STATISTICS FOR WORLDWIDE ill ion 220 m i l 9 4 m l i on m 42 m illio 53 million million 3 illi on 35 n illi on 25 m illio n 6 m 26 50 33 0 n m illio 16 n m milli 36 mil illio illio l i on 25 m 1 il n 23 20 million 8 m on 2 on 8 million 2 milli 4m n l io illio n on illi 27 m Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • popula tio n intern PRINT VS. DIGITAL Statistics 1.32 et users WORLD INTERNET USAGE AND POPULATION STATISTICS b ill i o n 3 .8 8 04 m i lli lio mil n on Europe 393 65 llion m i 2 51 7 millio 33 8 mi llion million North America n 5 97 m 54 illio n 58 1 19 7 m illi 4 o 6 mi mi n l li o n Asia llion Africa ion Middle East 4 mill 17 Latin America/Caribbean 3i4iomi ll n llion 21 m Oceania/Australia Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • PRINT VS. DIGITAL Statistics 1.33 Asia 657million Internet Users INTERNET USERS AND POPULATION STATISTICS FOR ASIA 3.8 billion Internet Users 931million Rest of the World 2.9 billion Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • PRINT VS. DIGITAL Statistics 1.34 INTERNET USAGE IN EUROPE eu world r ro ro 39 p p3m on e e illio 80 4 n mi .9 billi llio n population internet users 5 e h b il lion t 2 1. 1 1 rest of rest o e st o e st o e st o e st o es es Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • PRINT VS. DIGITAL Statistics 1.35 INTERNET USERS AND POPULATION STATISTICS FOR THE AMERICAS million million North America 338 247 million South America million 390 129 million million Central America 151 29 million million The Caribbean 40 9 Population Internet Users World Population Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • 2.0 CONSUMERS OF NOW 2.1 Informed Consumers 2.2 Affluent Consumers 2.3 Senior Business Executives Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • CONSUMERS OF NOW 2.1 INFORMED CONSUMERS – Consumers are more informed now than ever – Consumers who feel they are not being heard will turn to other channels to share their – Consumers are increasingly seeking out opinions and frustration relationships with the companies they choose to do business with – Many consumers choose the Internet to do so – specifically, social media sites which – Buying decisions are built on information can include discussion boards, blog and they have researched and influential online groups online communities – These word-of-mouth propagating tools can – Informed customers assert more control make or break a company’s reputation over the brand – They expect companies to participate in dialogues with them and listen to their ideas Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore and requests as well as react to feedback
    • CONSUMERS OF NOW 2.2 AFFLUENT CONSUMERS – The affluent consumer is segment ready for online marketing – They are highly considered and informed purchasers – 91% of them look at reviews before buying luxury goods – However, that does not mean luxury retailers can forgo plush packages and pampering – The wealthy still like the brands they purchase to make them feel special – They expect a luxury brand’s marketing to reflect the brand image – They are also value-driven consumers in this downturn – 87% of consumers state that they would rather buy a more costly item that keeps its value, than a less expensive one whose value will diminish – The recession has brought about feelings of “luxury shame” for certain affluent consumers, which affect the extravagance and openness of their purchasing decisions Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • CONSUMERS OF NOW 2.3 SENIOR BUSINESS EXECUTIVES 2009 Decision Dynamics study (by Financial Times and Doremus): – 66% of younger executives (under 45 years of age) obtained their information from electronic media, followed by traditional media – Only 50% of those aged 55+ made the same claim – However, 75% of all respondents disagreed with the statement that the Internet meets all their information needs – A majority of this segment still look to print for in-depth analysis Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • 3.0 LUXURY BRANDS AND DIGITAL MEDIA – Consumers feel that luxury brands have been How Luxury Brands Should Use Digital Media slow on the uptake of Web 2.0 3.1 Relationship Building 3.2 Tools – They expect luxury brands to set the 3.21 Email/eDM benchmark for digital advertising, much as 3.22 Interactive or Virtual Catalogues they do in print advertising 3.23 Rich Media 3.24 Website – 68% of hoteliers reported that they would be 3.25 Monitoring shifting their budgets from offline to online 3.26 Other Social Media/Web 2.0 Tools marketing activities in 2008 – Web 2.0 is great for conversations and winning but it is only part, and not all, of the brand experience Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND DIGITAL MEDIA How Luxury Brands Should Use Digital Media 3.1 RELATIONSHIP BUILDING – Understand how, when and why customers – Be transparent and open (as well as potential customers) use the – Do not try to control the online conversation Web and social networking or any consumer-generated media (CGM)– – Listen in to the social media conversation Instead, participate that is already going on about the brand, – Build authentic communities around product or company the brand – Use the online or digital space as a – These communities will provide important channel for customers to have a two-way and timely opinions, reviews and information conversation with the brand – Learn how to communicate with consumers in a way that encourages trust and engagement Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND DIGITAL MEDIA How Luxury Brands Should Use Digital Media Tools 3.21 EMAIL/eDM – Tread carefully in this area to preserve the – However the main message of the long-term value of this marketing channel 6 email should not be obstructed. – Realise which sort of email content and email – Thus, marketing messages in eDMs type consumers are looking to receive, must be condensed even if it is permission mail – Alternatively, marketers can provide a – Based on interest and volume information, mix of print and electronic direct mail promotional emails are seen as the most – This reduces the amount of promotional intrusive email type emails and also takes into consideration – The quality of a company’s email program C-level executives’ preference for print in influences brand perceptions, whether the leisure sector negatively or positively – It could possibly replace or lessen a – Integration of promotional marketing brand’s online ad clutter by providing messages into transactional emails is a another advertising option to channel marketer’s best tactic to cut through messages through promotional clutter 6 More details and statistics in Appendix Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND DIGITAL MEDIA How Luxury Brands Should Use Digital Media Tools 3.22 INTERACTIVE OR VIRTUAL CATALOGUES – Interactive catalogues mirror offline print books – Although catalogues are cumbersome, a significant segment of the customer base has shown it prefers them to site-navigating – They may not be the most popular option, but when people do engage, they convert – Some luxury merchants send these interactive catalogues via email to their top customers before their print books arrive in the mailbox. This gives the best customers a first look at new merchandise – The superior image reproduction of rich media catalogues appeals to luxury brands and high end companies – For brands that produce a print catalogue, the virtual catalogue maximises their investment in the book’s creative material Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND DIGITAL MEDIA How Luxury Brands Should Use Digital Media Tools 3.23 RICH MEDIA – Rich media are visually engaging content that highlights a brand’s products in the context of the environment, as well as the lifestyle they are meant to complement – An example is Tod’s video and online campaign Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND DIGITAL MEDIA How Luxury Brands Should Use Digital Media Tools 3.24 WEBSITE – Do not focus the website too narrowly around customer service and complaints – Do not view the website solely as a place to market your product – Use the website to build your brand image – Consider the usefulness of the website for consumer research – Introduce features on your website that will elicit consumer ideas, opinions and inputs – Websites that are cluttered with ads not only annoy their audience, but diminish ad effectiveness as well7 – Note that most consumers have grown oblivious to the industry-standard spaces for certain online advertising media – for example, online ad banners – – This results in a poor recall for web advertising 7 More detail in Appendix Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND DIGITAL MEDIA How Luxury Brands Should Use Digital Media Tools 3.25 MONITORING – Monitoring is a part of the Brand Defensive Strategy – Companies should react to customer reviews on social media sites that matter. For hoteliers, two important sites are TripAdvisor.com and HotelGuide.com Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND DIGITAL MEDIA How Luxury Brands Should Use Digital Media Tools 3.26 OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA/ WEB 2.0 TOOLS – Twitter – Videos – Forums – Social bookmarking – Blogs – RSS – Podcasts – Vodcasts Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • 4.0 LUXURY BRANDS AND PRINT MEDIA 4.1 What Digital Media Are Best Used For 4.2 What Print Is Best Used For Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND PRINT MEDIA 4.01 – While digital is still the forerunner in – Personalising messages can also generate contemporary marketing channels, print up to 5 times the response rate over generic proves to be a strong complementary or communications, while adding a specific supplement when wielded expertly offer to a customised message can increase – Consumers read printed material 25% faster the response rate by nearly 10 times than onscreen material – A print ad should no longer stand alone. – A Vertis Communications study stated that Neither should any brand-building print for complicated selling information, many collateral, such as brochures, flyers, consumers simply print out the material from fact sheet, pocket folders, sales booklets, the Internet in order to absorb it press kits. There has to be an accompanying Web presence – A Deloitte survey stated that we are living in a “media democracy”, where no single form – The decision-maker that marketers need of media dominates to influence has less time to find and evaluate information, which means marketers have to – A recent survey conducted by Pitney Bowes blanket that prospect with multiple ways to found that 56% of consumers had a high access a brand preference for personalised direct mail – with messages and offers uniquely designed to – The fact is, all media tools do some jobs well reflect their needs and interests and some not so well, which is why finding the best marketing mix to leverage each – Echelon Marketing Group president Don Neal tool’s best capabilities would result in states that email is the least able vehicle for optimising overall marketing effectiveness presenting a luxury brand image. More effective and cost methods include direct mail, catalogues, telephone calls and special events Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND PRINT MEDIA 4.1 WHAT DIGITAL MEDIA ARE BEST USED FOR – Use digital/online to build and maintain customer relationships and customer loyalty • The greatest of the Web’s benefits is the opportunity to interact with and listen to customers • It can be utilised as as a quick testing ground to garner feedback: – to broadcast time-sensitive, quick information bites to consumers – to serve as an effective channel when consumers are looking for immediate information Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
    • LUXURY BRANDS AND PRINT MEDIA 4.2 WHAT PRINT IS BEST USED FOR – To build and maintain brand awareness (even if there is a shift to online) – For more in-depth or longer pieces of writing – When marketers want consumers to focus only on one item (as opposed to the multitasking of consumers when they read online) Note: If done well, print produces more effective results; but if not, results are much worse Copyright© 2009 Qube Studio Private Limited, Singapore
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