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How to Become a Marketing Ninja?

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Marketing has changed a lot during the last 30 years. …

Marketing has changed a lot during the last 30 years.
I quickly show why, how and the implication on both theory and practice.

Then I go more deeply into the 2 main pillars of the current marketing: branding & growth hacking.

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  • 1. HOW TO BECOMEA MARKETINGNINJA
  • 2. Marketing =community building
  • 3. Before I HATED the wordcommunity. It seemedfake.
  • 4. But I was wrong.Let me explain you why.
  • 5. Before people had (almost)no choice.
  • 6. So you just needed toacquire users.
  • 7. So it was rather easy.One product = one brand.
  • 8. And the final goal was toincrease the share of mind“Share of mind marketing is aimed atestablishing a brand firmly in place asthe first brand people in a marketthink of when they need what thebrand offers.“
  • 9. Look at P&Gin the 80s.
  • 10. one product= one brand= one USPUnique Selling Proposition :a short sentence to explain the value proposition of thebrand. The perfect format for a TV Spot (30sec).
  • 11. Late 90s.The battle of brand image.
  • 12. Without the brand mostpeople go for Pepsi.With the brand peoplego for Coca.Same for McDonald’s &Quick (“Nous c’est legoût“).
  • 13. 2000s.The battle for attention.
  • 14. Too many brands.Too many products.Too many choices.
  • 15. You have to fight for acommunity of loyal customers.
  • 16. So they spread your voice, andtell the world you’re unique.
  • 17. They don’t find you useful.They L.O.V.E. you.
  • 18. Marketing =community buildingNow the word communitymakes sense, right?
  • 19. How do youbuild your community ?1. branding / 2. growth hacking
  • 20. 1. Branding
  • 21. ChupaChupsAppleRedbullLevi’sRaybanCoca-ColaGoogleStarbucksOasis
  • 22. 1. Branding1. Branding management= value creation
  • 23. your first bareer to entryis NOT your techology
  • 24. your first bareer to entryis NOT your users
  • 25. your first bareer to entryis your B.R.A.N.D.
  • 26. COKE’s market valuation:without brand value $50Bwith brand value $120B
  • 27. The worst thing that couldhappen to Coca-Cola...is not intoxication,explosions of facilities, noteven the lose of the recipe
  • 28. The worst thing that couldhappen to Coca-Cola...is collective amnesia.
  • 29. 1. Branding2. What the brand is
  • 30. A brand is just not aname.
  • 31. A brand isrepresentation & relationships.
  • 32. A brand is the way you talk.In your website, in your app,in your emails...
  • 33. Chrome AppSumoThe world champion of copyis MailChimp (others are good too)OKCupid
  • 34. http://www.voiceandtone.com/By the way, MailChimp has madean incredible guide for copy.
  • 35. A brand is the way you behave.In your website, in your app, inyour emails...
  • 36. Pair37SignalTwitterClean My MacThe Future Perfect ShopChocolat
  • 37. Remember: a brand isrepresentation & relationships.
  • 38. Remember: a brand isrepresentation & relationships.Not just communication. It’salso the way you behave (yourproduct itself, your sales...)
  • 39. And it’s up to you to buildkick-ass representations &relationships.
  • 40. 1. Branding3. How to start building a brand?
  • 41. Just ask yourself these3 questions.
  • 42. Who are you?
  • 43. Southwest:We are low costAirFrance:Making the sky best place on earthIt’s the birthday of one passenger. What should the steward do?Southwest:Singing happy birthday is free and fun. Do it!Offering a birthday cake is great but expensive. Don’t do it!AirFrance:Singing happy birthday could disturb some passengers. Don’t do it!Offering a birthday cake is great. Passengers must feel delighted!
  • 44. How you make adifference in people life?
  • 45. STOP THINKING LIKESTARTUPERS.START THINKING LIKEMARKETERS.
  • 46. Instagram.You could pitch “a mobile app to share photoswith friends“OR “a way to share great memories to peoplethat matters“Restopolitan.(They offer a free meal in a restaurant.)You could pitch “50% discount“ (and you’reagainst Groupon and all the others)OR “a way to go more often in a restaurant, theplace where you spend a magical time“
  • 47. What content do youproduce to resonate?
  • 48. Did Michelin speak only about tires?No. They knew they were much more.They were about traveling and discovering.Did Guiness speak only about beers?No. They knew they were much more.They were about having LOTS of fun.
  • 49. 1. Branding4. The Brand pattern hack
  • 50. “A brand pattern is morethan how a brand looks. Itis coherent andconsistency between howthe brand acts, looks andresponds over time““Brand should be iterativethrough interfaces and notjust the consistency of amessage.“MarcShillum SXSW2012http://www.brocooli.com/branding-marque-pattern/
  • 51. Brand patternis the declinaison ofthe brand everywhere.
  • 52. HELVETICA NEUEBrand patterncan be evenshapes, fonts, colors.
  • 53. One (or two) more thing(s)
  • 54. Great brands have almost always a slow launch.No media buying. Just tribal marketing.And sheer love.Nike & the ghettos.Redbull & Xtrem sports.
  • 55. You need a true crusadefor the outside AND the insideThat’s the strength of startupsand the curse of the old brands.The name is alreadya crusade. And thecompetitors seemalready guilty.
  • 56. How do youbuild your community ?1. branding / 2. growth hacking
  • 57. 2. Growth hacking
  • 58. The key is to map outthe user lifecycle.
  • 59. Keep in mind a simpleframework.
  • 60. 1. ACQUISITIONGetting people to cometo your site
  • 61. 2. ACTIVATIONGetting people to sign upfor anything that couldlead to a repeat visitAcquisition -> Activation
  • 62. 3. RETENTIONGetting users to becomeactiveAcquisition -> Activation -> Retention
  • 63. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue4. REVENUEMonetazing active users
  • 64. + REFERRALGetting users to referothers-> ReferralAcquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue
  • 65. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue1. ACQUISITIONYou hear about Quoraafter your friendsposts a question fromQuora to Twitter-> Referral
  • 66. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue2. ACTIVATIONAfter reading the pageyou decide to createan accountAcquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue-> Referral
  • 67. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue3. RETENTIONYou get a weeklydigest email withquestions and linksback to the siteAcquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue-> Referral
  • 68. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue3. RETENTION (bis)Once you’re backQuora encouragesyou to read relatedquestionsAcquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue-> Referral
  • 69. 4. REVENUEThey don’t makemoney (yet)Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue-> Referral
  • 70. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue+ REFERRALThey encourage you toshare interestingquestions. And btw thereferral is in the DNAof Quora. A questionseeks answers.-> Referral
  • 71. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> RevenueYou need to measureconversions at each stepsAcquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue-> Referral
  • 72. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> RevenueYou need to measureconversions at each stepsAcquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> Revenue-> Referral
  • 73. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> RevenueSome average rates(by Dave McClure)-> Referral
  • 74. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> RevenueAt first, shitty metrics.-> Referral
  • 75. Acquisition -> Activation -> Retention -> RevenueDon’t focus on acquisition ifyour activation rate is 1%-> Referral
  • 76. Identify the best and learnfrom them (ie copy & adapt)
  • 77. One more thing
  • 78. FOUR more thing (that I love).In fact...
  • 79. Mint has a landingpage and blog postfor nearly almostpersonal finance topic
  • 80. Path texts the linkof the app to yourphone. (Price per SMSvia Twilio around $0.02)
  • 81. Just send the campaign one moretime to those who didn’t open themail changing JUST the title.Very effective & almost no churn.x2email open rate
  • 82. Campinambullemade a kick-asspage to increasethe referalDownload it free here and feel free to customize:https://github.com/traceoutdoor/campinambulle
  • 83. Credits + going furtherBranding:A must read - Broocoli: my blog!So Cult - Oasis: une marque pop : slideshowKapferer - The New Strategic Brand Management: Buy the book!Mad Men - The Carousel: videoand discussions with So Cult (Celina Barahona and Olivier Ravard), BETCStartup Lab (Clarisse Lacarrau), Brandcasterz (Florian Pittion-Rossillon),Brocooli (Mathieu Daix) and many more!Growth Hacking:Mattan Griffel - Most slides of the 2nd part & more: original slideshowDave McClure - Startup Metrics for Pirates: videoAndrew Chen - selected “growth hackers“: the listTim Ferriss - How we raise $100,000 in 10 days: blog postand discussions with The Family (Oussama Amar), Fullsix (Anne Browaeys),Elaia Partners (Marie Ekeland, Sebastien Derhy, Samantha Jérusalmy) andmany more!By Willy BraunGeneral Manager of France Digitale,great association of VCs & tech entrepreneursFeel free to drop me a mail: willy@francedigitale.orgMy book: