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    1. 1. DIGITAL CONTENT TRENDS 2013http://www.flickr.com/photos/83346641@N00/3562071888/
    2. 2. neilperkin.typepad.com @neilperkin
    3. 3. THE CHANGING DYNAMIC OF POETHE SPREAD OF CURATIONSUBCOMPACT PUBLISHINGGAFAHUMANS & ROBOTSBIG DATA
    4. 4. THE CHANGING DYNAMIC OF PAID, OWNED, EARNED 4 out of 5 CMOs anticipate a high/very high level of complexity over the next 5 years, but only half felt ready to handle it. Percentage of CMOs reporting underpreparednessSource: “From Stretched to Strengthened – Insights from the Global Chief Marketing Officer Study”, October 2011, IBM, CMO C-SuiteStudies, 1700 CMOs
    5. 5. LET’S START WITH WHAT WE KNOW 90% of respondents believe that content marketing will become more important over the next 12 months 73% of digital marketers agree that ‘brands are becoming publishers’. 64% agree that content marketing ‘is becoming its own discipline’.http://econsultancy.com/uk/reports/content-marketing-survey-report
    6. 6. http://econsultancy.com/uk/reports/content-marketing-survey-report
    7. 7. LACK OF A STRATEGY Only 38% of companies have a defined content marketing strategy in place.http://econsultancy.com/uk/reports/content-marketing-survey-report
    8. 8. LACK OF A STRATEGY Only 38% of companies have a defined content marketing strategy in place. LACK OF RESOURCE & SKILLS Only 34% have dedicated budgets, 46% dedicated individualshttp://econsultancy.com/uk/reports/content-marketing-survey-report
    9. 9. LACK OF A STRATEGY Only 38% of companies have a defined content marketing strategy in place. LACK OF RESOURCE & SKILLS Only 34% have dedicated budgets, 46% dedicated individuals COMPLIANCE & RESPONSIVENESS Organisational structures, silos, legacy processes, communication flowhttp://econsultancy.com/uk/reports/content-marketing-survey-report
    10. 10. LACK OF A STRATEGY Only 38% of companies have a defined content marketing strategy in place. LACK OF RESOURCE & SKILLS Only 34% have dedicated budgets, 46% dedicated individuals COMPLIANCE & RESPONSIVENESS Organisational structures, silos, legacy processes, communication flow ”…brands arent set up to be publishers. They dont necessarily understand the editorial process or have the stomach for the length of time it takes to build an audience” Josh Sternberghttp://econsultancy.com/uk/reports/content-marketing-survey-report
    11. 11. Nikes US spending on TV and print advertising has dropped by 40% in just three years, even as its total marketing budget has increased to a record $2.4 billion
    12. 12. Messaging Polished blockbuster Like vs vs vs Amplification Fast, snackable Lovehttp://www.nickburcher.com/
    13. 13. ADVERTISING Paid search, display, affiliate Paid placements Atomisation of content into ads Paid DIGITAL PARTNER PROPERTIES NETWORKS Websites, CRM, microsites, Owned Earned Word of mouth, Digital PR, Influencer Social presence outreach Atomisation of conversation through APIs and social widgetshttp://www.smartinsights.com/digital-marketing-strategy/customer-acquisition-strategy/new-media-options/
    14. 14. ‘Stock and Flow’“Stock is the durable stuff. It’s the content you produce that’s as interesting in two months (ortwo years) as it is today. It’s what people discover via search. It’s what spreads slowly but surely, building fans over time.” “Flow is the feed. It’s the posts and the tweets. It’s the stream of daily and sub-daily updates that remind people that you exist.”http://snarkmarket.com/2010/4890
    15. 15. Shift to always on, and sharp spikes of attentionThe average half life of 1,000 popular bitlylinks was 3 hours
    16. 16. The more interconnected our social graph becomes, the faster new ‘parasitic’ applications and new ideas spread
    17. 17. Struggling to get his 2-year-old daughter to sleep, Mansbach let off some steam in the form of a status update: "Look out for my forthcoming children’s book, ‘Go the — to Sleep.
    18. 18. Hit Number 1 on the Amazon best seller list one month before release – due largely to a pirated PDF version
    19. 19. THE SPREAD OF CURATION
    20. 20. Algorithmic Social Professional THE 3 PILLARS OF CONTENT CURATION
    21. 21. The new content curators: professional 3 posts, 50 tweets a day 500,000+ UUs 150,000 newsletter subscribers 270,000 followershttp://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/02/fashion/maria-popova-has-some-big-ideas.html
    22. 22. The new content curators: social
    23. 23. The new content curators: alogorithmicMore than 30 Fortune 500 companies use Percolate, including American Express, Mastercard, GE and Diagio, paying $10K a month
    24. 24. The new content curators: algorithmic
    25. 25. Professional + Algorithmic + Social Curation
    26. 26. Content HubsAmEx’sOpenForum took four years to get 1 million people aboard, and now gets over 150,000 unique visitors per month
    27. 27. SUBCOMPACT PUBLISHING @CraigModhttp://craigmod.com/journal/subcompact_publishing/
    28. 28. Skeuomorphic models and formats “Business skeuomorphism happens when we take business decisions explicitly tied to one medium, and bring them to another medium” Craig Modhttp://craigmod.com/journal/subcompact_publishing/
    29. 29. ‘Doing a Homer’ "In product design, the simplest thought exercise is to make additions. It’s the easiest way to make an Old Thing feel like a New Thing. The more difficult exercise is to reconsider the product in the context of now. A now which may be very different from the then in which the product was originally conceived.” Craig Modhttp://craigmod.com/journal/subcompact_publishing/
    30. 30. Subcompact publishing• Small issue sizes (3-7 articles)• Small file sizes• Digital-aware subscription prices• Fluid publishing schedule• Scroll (don’t paginate)• Clear navigation•HTML(ish) based• Touching the open web
    31. 31. 70% of the content should be low risk, bread and butter marketing20% should innovate off what works10% should be high risk ideas that will be tomorrows 70% or 20%
    32. 32. Goal for live stream viewership was set at 300,000. By the end of the game, it had captured over 9m views, with over 600,000 concurrent users People engaged with the live stream for an average of 28 minutes 66,000 mentions on Twitter, brand buzz up +2067% compared to last year’s game
    33. 33. GAFAhttp://www.economist.com/news/21567361-google-apple-facebook-and-amazon-are-each-others-throats-all-sorts-ways-another-game
    34. 34. GAFA & The Vertical Stack Messaging Context (location, social, identity, advertising, recommendation) Payment ecosystems Access (apps & browsers) Content (Platforms, Streaming, Cloud) Operating System Hardwarehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/darwinbell/
    35. 35. Messaging Facetime, Hangouts, Chat, FB Messenger, Skype integration Context (location, social, identity, advertising, Location, Social graph, identity, personalisation& recommendation) recommendation, advertising Checkout, Wallet, iTunes, NFC, Amazon Payment ecosystems payments, Facebook Credits Access (apps & browsers) Chrome, Silk, Safari, Facebook, Apple Android app ecosystems Content(Platforms, Streaming, Clou AWS, iTunes &iCloud, Facebook content streaming, d) storage, Google TV, YouTube, Music Operating System Apple IoS, Android, Facebook as social OS Hardware Chromebook, Motorola, Apple devices, Kindle
    36. 36. Google Search Plus Your World
    37. 37. Distributed and Destination thinking You have to be on our property for us to monetise We can monetise anywhere
    38. 38. HUMANS & ROBOTS
    39. 39. HUMANS & ROBOTS Programmatic buying, Deep, immersive experiences,algorithmic optimisation Planning for participation
    40. 40. The squeezed middle…http://www.flickr.com/photos/36604011@N08/5297451826/ http://adage.com/article/media/traditional-media-planning-jobs-dinosaurs/238545/
    41. 41. The squeezed middle… Mediocre banners, lazy targeting, average experienceshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/36604011@N08/5297451826/ http://adage.com/article/media/traditional-media-planning-jobs-dinosaurs/238545/
    42. 42. Complex trading ecosystemsReal-time, granular, algorithmicDisplay is a game played at scale
    43. 43. “I suspect 2011’s Cannes Lions festival may be looked back upon as the year advertising and technology agreed to meet and get married on the beach.” Mel Exon, BBH
    44. 44. Everyone’s in the content game now… “…the idea of evolving a media plan into something more like a product or a data-management platform that sits behind a website feels like a fairly natural evolution for a digital shop” Scott Symonds, AKQA
    45. 45. Growth in Native AdvertisingInnovative new formats or just more advertorials? Behavioural Contextual Demographic + Interest + Mobile
    46. 46. BIG DATA & CONTENT
    47. 47. SO WHAT IS BIG DATA ANYWAY? Exponential increase in volume, velocity, variety of data: Joined-up data – single customer view Open data - APIs Sophisticated analytical capabilities – attribution, optimisation, prediction“An organization that cannot derive value from the data that it already has will not suddenly derive value from it by installing the latest technology" Stephen Few
    48. 48. Data + Content
    49. 49. Data + Storytelling
    50. 50. "Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. But today is a gift, and that is why its called the present"
    51. 51. Thank you!neilperkin.typepad.com @neilperkin

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