ROI needs a re-think. It is all too often confused with only the science part of marketing, in which campaigns are measured entirely by the sheer numbers of eyeballs reach and/or end actions created. The true definition of ROI should go deeper and should be a reflection of the emotional connection it has been able to create with its audience. Marketing efforts that return interest, create time and conversations are like investment euros on steroids. Marketers should shift away from a return on investment approach and switch their efforts to stride towards engagement and advocacy that stems from media outlets that are primarily not paid media. Creatings time, not interruption marketing.