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An overview of how infographics are being used in marketing and branding. Insights into why they have grown in popularity, how they are used AND what makes for a good infographics centred campaign at ...

An overview of how infographics are being used in marketing and branding. Insights into why they have grown in popularity, how they are used AND what makes for a good infographics centred campaign at each step along the "path to purchase."

Bonus: a brief outline of infographics in China.

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    • infographic marketing basics 1 2 3 totem 4
    • in the future all advertising on social media will be native, in-stream ads. the right rail and banners will disappear altogether. jan rezab
    • infographics marketing basics what totem
    • infographics are... data 1,000 words in a visualizations picture advertising in form of the art of a story ideas
    • design & data a perfect balance graphic shortcuts 143 to make information easier
    • definitions broad definition: stories told visually often about complex information, data static images (Jpg/PDF) icons/graphics narrow definition: a single picture/icon that represents a bigger idea video & motion graphic presentations
    • magazines are where i first noticed them
    • magazines are where i first noticed them
    • posters also used them but mostly before my time London Underground Museum Archives
    • recently they are getting really big (and sophisticated)
    • replacing “push” advertising formats online “banner ad” “infographic” 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 Search Volume Google Trends, Nov 12, 2013
    • infographics marketing basics why totem
    • two reasons infographics are hot marketing tools the volume of information and data on the web has exploded consumers are more well informed than ever, demanding brands to be “real” 1 2
    • getting information off the internet is like taking a drink from a fire hydrant. mitch kapor
    • search social ...has lead to an explosion in the volume of information available. filtering through search results is hard work. ...has created need for bite sized information which can be shared easily within limited time (and space) constraint. mobile will create more pressure for short, sharp information bites.
    • in a world of search & social clutter great visuals standout
    • visuals are processed 60000 , times faster than text
    • we respond to visuals its in our nature 1/2 of the brain is active in visual processing 90 % of information transmitted to the brain is VISUAL
    • transparency & truth ...are expected from brands by a very, very well informed audience online of people who have access to just about any information they want (and have motivation) to find.
    • infographics marketing basics when totem
    • path to purchase typical journey acquisition high awareness low neutral interest level totem engagement (Loyalty)
    • path to purchase social support acquisition high awareness low neutral interest level totem engagement (Loyalty)
    • path to purchase social support acquisition engagement (Loyalty) high awareness low neutral interest level 1 2 3 4 Search & verticals social influence enjoy & bond advocate totem
    • type x time of infographics 1 2 3 4 Search & verticals social influence enjoy & bond advocate Always On: Blog, SNS Posts Brand Story Infographic Visual resume of the brand itself in a short, shareable format. A concise, visual version of what you might find on wikipedia. Apple-Style Product Demo Video Feature focused content that resonates with “product geeks” Shows off the details of design. Total Transparency Full disclosure of the business. Detailed product photos, product facts and figures, R&D, route to market, suppliers, components, materials, QA. We Are Worthy Representing the brand as a careful, conscientious citizen ...as an entity consumers can relate to and feel good about advocating for. The Product Sheet The product in-depth. No marketing superlatives - just the facts - on design, materials, colors, pricing, performance. Kickstarter Creator, Product Story Product & maker as one. Intricate design details crafted by passionate professional. Add Color, Depth to Brand Building a deeper story around the product. But rather than trying to motivate a purchase, the “color” adds to loyalty and connection. Loyalty & Rewards Brand providing a gift to members and patrons, something of real value about category which benefits loyal consumers. Interactive Product Demo “Prezi” style motion graphics approach to learning just the basics or going deep to uncover the details of a brand & product. “Authority Infographics” Related to industry, audience and expertise of an organization featuring content company is expert in. Bond to Brand Focused on after purchase use of the product, this sort of infographic provides greater details about how to use the product to get most enjoyment (bonds to brand). Input/Data Feedback Taking input from existing customers and re-presenting it to new & loyal customers. There is value in what customers are telling brands (others want to know). totem
    • Search & verticals 1 Brand Story Infographic Visual resume of the brand itself in a short, shareable format. A concise, visual version of what you might find on wikipedia. Coca-Cola Corporate Timeline Simple, clean summary of the company and its history. ! Link: www.behance.net/gallery/ Infographic-Coca-Cola/8129829
    • Search & verticals 1 The Product Sheet The product in-depth. No marketing superlatives - just the facts - on design, materials, colors, pricing, performance. Suggested Retail Price 189.00 $ www.burton.com Concept for Burton Presented to demonstrate the concept of “product sheet,” this shows detailed images and features/benefits, without marketing speak. Price and link-to-buy are the only additional “marketing” info. ! Link: www.behance.net/gallery/ Mountainboard-shoes/12054525
    • Search & verticals 1 Interactive Product Demo “Prezi” style motion graphics approach to learning just the basics or going deep to uncover the details of a brand & product. Cutco Knives Created in “Prezi”, this company profile features detailed info on the company and how to use their products, how they are constructed - using both still and video contents. ! Link: prezi.com/wef1k0djv1ku/cutco-theworlds-finest-cutlery/
    • social influence 2 Apple-Style Product Demo Video Feature focused content that resonates with “product geeks” Shows off the details of design. Apple - MacBook Pro A detailed view of the new MacBook pro from the inside out, showing details of engineering and design normally left to technical manuals, this video has geek appeal and shows the dedication of team behind the product. ! Link: apple.com
    • social influence 2 Kickstarter Creator, Product Story Product & maker as one. Intricate design details crafted by passionate professional. Able Brew - Kickstarter Video Produced for its fundraising and pre-sales effort on Kickstarter, this video is a great example of the documentary style videos used by passionate creators. Big brands should take note! ! Link: ablebrewing.com
    • social influence 2 “Authority Infographics” Related to industry, audience and expertise of an organization featuring content company is expert in. 11 Brilliant Home Improvement Investments By not only focusing on painting, Orlando Painters does a nice job “soft selling” painting as an investment in home value. ! Link: orlandopainters.net
    • social influence 2 “Authority Infographics” Related to industry, audience and expertise of an organization featuring content company is expert in. Internet and Craigslist History Created by a Craigslist auto marketing firm, this infographic is dedicated to wooing car dealers, providing background on efforts in serving their need at each stage of Internet growth. ! Link: dealers.myautosearch.com
    • social influence 2 “Authority Infographics” Related to industry, audience and expertise of an organization featuring content company is expert in. A Beginner’s Guide to Wine A compact and clear introduction to wine by “wineinvestment.com” ...its the sort of infographic that someone learning about wine would want to keep as a reference source. ! Link: wineinvestment.com
    • enjoy & bond 3 Total Transparency Full disclosure of the business. Detailed product photos, product facts and figures, R&D, route to market, suppliers, components, materials, QA. Everlane Online retailer Everlane are leading the way with infographic marketing, providing what they call “radical transparency” about all aspects of their business - costs of production, logistics, details on each of the suppliers, material selection, design... ! Link: everlane.com
    • enjoy & bond 3 Add Color, Depth to Product Building a deeper story around the product. But rather than trying to motivate a purchase, the “color” adds to loyalty and connection. Pocket Size Coke - 375ml History of the coke formulation and the packaging to introduce a new size of bottle. Celebrating a rare event (introducing a new bottle) makes for an interesting story. ! Link: coca-cola.co.uk/about-us/new-375ml-coke.html
    • enjoy & bond 3 Add Color, Depth to Brand Building a deeper story around the product. But rather than trying to motivate a purchase, the “color” adds to loyalty and connection. Running a Successful Coffee Shop Nice way for a merchant to provide a bit of color to what they do and share a background story with customers. Allows patrons to take a peak behind the curtains to see how it all works. ! Link: javadetour.com/running-asuccessful-coffee-shop/
    • enjoy & bond 3 Bond to Brand Focused on after purchase use of the product, this sort of infographic provides greater details about how to use the product to get most enjoyment (bonds to brand). iPhone Photography - History Apple has an incredible ecosystem and so both app developers and fans regularly create content in support of the platform. Every piece of content is an endorsement for the iPhone and keeps user interest in the product high. ! Link: funnyfacescamera.com
    • advocate 4 We Are Worthy Representing the brand as a careful, conscientious citizen ...as an entity consumers can relate to and feel good about advocating for. Coming Together - Coca-Cola Infographic to visually demonstrate Coke’s efforts at corporate responsibility, is an accessible way to rebuff some of the negative PR they get for selling a product linked to weight problems. ! Link: comingtogether.com
    • advocate 4 Loyalty & Rewards Brand providing a gift to members and patrons, something of real value about category which benefits loyal consumers. Six Ways to Save on Beef A beef marketing board provides information to consumers to help them buy more effectively ...and getting good value. Its a “PSA” for beef. ! Link: beefitswhatsfordinner.com
    • advocate 4 Input/Data Feedback Taking input from existing customers and re-presenting it to new & loyal customers. There is value in what customers are telling brands (others want to know). PriceGrabber - Power of Ratings Using survey data they collected, PriceGrabber constructed this infographic to provide insight on the importance of customer reviews and comments to the final purchase decision. ! Link: pricegrabber.com
    • advocate 4 Input/Data Feedback Taking input from existing customers and re-presenting it to new & loyal customers. There is value in what customers are telling brands (others want to know). United States of Yelp Great use of data by Yelp to demonstrate the strength of their platform. This is a good example of providing value back to its participants while promoting itself. ! Link: yelp.com
    • infographics marketing basics how totem
    • its about more than just snappy visuals. ! Gotta have a compelling, useful story.
    • the content 1 2 3 4 who’s the target audience think like an editor develop a brand personality get the basics right ! Have a clear profile of who you are going to be talking to. ! ! What questions do they want answers for? ! ! What do they care about? ! ! What jobs do they need done? ! ! How can you help them look good, be smarter, be better at what they do? ! Tell a good story. Make it compelling. ! ! Have a content plan ...plan for more than just one “story telling unit” ! ! Have a focused idea and stick to it. ! ! Be creative, surprising and provocative - capture attention. ! ! Get a scoop. ! ! Be original, be first to uncover a new idea. ! ! Be clear on who you are as a brand, what you stand for. Review to see that you have made one point crystal clear. Use your infographic to reveal your brand personality ...or as a way to develop your ID. Get good data and fact check it. ! ! ! ! Let the brand personality speak for itself. Dont just “slap” the brand, logo all over the infographic. ! ! ! ! ! Format for sharing (dimensions, file type and format). ! ! Make sure its shareable on the networks that matter for you (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, mobile, email) ! !
    • social media sharing 1. publish to your blog ! And then spread the message by Twitter, Facebook and other relevant social networks based on your priority and ranking of each. 2. schedule a rollout of tweets 3. move to facebook, Google Each tweet can highlight one specific fact from your infographic in small, compelling bits. Link back to infographic. Adapt process from Twitter, with mix of visual and text. Look to build around each bit of information and tie-in to related contents. Add value! ! ! 4. go visual ! Push the infographic and pieces of it to visual networks (Pinterest, Tumbler and Flickr).
    • list on directories top five 1 2 3 4 5 infographr.tumblr.com infographicsbin.tumblr.com next five 6. infosthetics.com iheartinfographics.tumblr.com fastcompany.com/tag/infographic visual.ly ! 7. ! 8. ! 9. ! coolinfographics.com theinfographics.blogspot.co.uk dailyinfographic.com 10. infographicsshowcase.com
    • enroll media support 1 2 Write a press release to accompany your infographic. This is a good test in making sure you have created something which is “remarkable” in that it forces you to answer the question of whether or not it is newsworthy. 3 Find people on Twitter who have an interest in and authority over the area. Pass your information on to them by direct message. Together with the graphics, make sure you pass on a sense of “first view” privilege and rights to spread it. ! ! Enlist the support of bloggers and media to help spread your story (infographic). Send them an email with press release and graphics - giving clear permission to republish. ! !
    • whats Next? where is this headed?
    • infographics part of a bigger movement the infographic “movement” represents a broader trend of more dialogue between brands and audiences. ! while infographics as a unit of story telling may soon peak and loose impact, the move to story telling is a much longer term trend.
    • story-telling in advertising is back Its not just infographics... marketers are responding with more depth, detail in ads 1958 Ad for Rolls-Royce by Ogilvy March 2012 Newsweek Mad Men Issue
    • are we headed further back to the future? Sao Paulo ad agency Moma Propaganda created a wondeful series of retro future ads for Facebook, YouTube and Skype as part of the “Everything Ages Fast” ad campaign for Maximidia Seminars.
    • totem media Thank you
    • 图 腾 email chris@totemmedia.net
    • infographics in china bonus
    • its still very early days for infographics in china. while they are popular with media and inspired individuals, they are not yet being used fully by brands for marketing. ! push marketing is still relatively more important in china for building into lower tier markets … ! but for premium brands in top tier markets, infographics should take off in 2014.
    • china infographics playbook 1. publish to your blog (or site) ! And then spread the message by Weibo, WeChat and other relevant social networks based on your priority and ranking of each. 2. schedule a rollout of ‘posts’ 3. move to other sns Each ‘post’ can highlight one specific fact from your infographic in small, compelling bits. Link back to infographic (blog). Adapt process from Weibo/ WeChat …on Renren, Douban, Tumblr… Look to build around each bit of information and tie-in to related contents. ! ! 4. go vertical ! Push the infographic and pieces of it to specialised industry, category verticals.
    • list on directories top five in china 1 2 3 4 5 dooyea.com douban.com/group/infographics huaban.com itongji.cn/infographics kcis.cn/category/infographic
    • type x time of infographics 1 2 from 4 3 cases Search & verticals china social influence enjoy & bond advocate Brand Story Infographic Visual resume of the brand itself in a short, shareable format. A concise, visual version of what you might find on wikipedia. Apple-Style Product Demo Video Feature focused content that resonates with “product geeks” Shows off the details of design. Total Transparency Full disclosure of the business. Detailed product photos, product facts and figures, R&D, route to market, suppliers, components, materials, QA. We Are Worthy Representing the brand as a careful, conscientious citizen ...as an entity consumers can relate to and feel good about advocating for. The Product Sheet The product in-depth. No marketing superlatives - just the facts - on design, materials, colors, pricing, performance. Kickstarter Creator, Product Story Product & maker as one. Intricate design details crafted by passionate professional. Add Color, Depth to Brand Building a deeper story around the product. But rather than trying to motivate a purchase, the “color” adds to loyalty and connection. Loyalty & Rewards Brand providing a gift to members and patrons, something of real value about category which benefits loyal consumers. Interactive Product Demo “Prezi” style motion graphics approach to learning just the basics or going deep to uncover the details of a brand & product. “Authority Infographics” Related to industry, audience and expertise of an organization featuring content company is expert in. Bond to Brand Focused on after purchase use of the product, this sort of infographic provides greater details about how to use the product to get most enjoyment (bonds to brand). Input/Data Feedback Taking input from existing customers and re-presenting it to new & loyal customers. There is value in what customers are telling brands (others want to know). totem
    • Search & verticals 1 Brand Story Infographic Visual resume of the brand itself in a short, shareable format. A concise, visual version of what you might find on wikipedia. Elements of the Unilever Brand Detailed breakdown of the visual elements of the Unilever brand. It serves to tell a story of what the company does and where its from. ! Link: http://weibo.com/1258811194/ AgLrYtWPi?mod=weibotime
    • social influence 2 Apple-Style Product Demo Video Feature focused content that resonates with “product geeks” Shows off the details of design. Nokia Lumia 920 A video showcase of the “making of Lumia” from the inside out. Clearly a page out of Apple’s marketing playbook. ! Link: v.youku.com/v_show/ id_XNDk4NzlxMTM.html
    • social influence 2 “Authority Infographics” Related to industry, audience and expertise of an organization featuring content company is expert in. Beginners Guide to Sushi A visual guide put together by a seafood restaurant to educate first-time sushi eaters. Adapted from “Blu on the Avenue” restaurant. ! Link: weibo.com/1258811194/ AlVRnoL9B?mod=weibotime
    • enjoy & bond 3 Add Color, Depth to Product Building a deeper story around the product. But rather than trying to motivate a purchase, the “color” adds to loyalty and connection. Evolution of Nokia from 1984 Nokia put this infographic together to showcase how their mobile phones have evolved over the last three decades. ! Link: http://huaban.com/pins/88937137/
    • enjoy & bond 3 Add Color, Depth to Product Building a deeper story around the product. But rather than trying to motivate a purchase, the “color” adds to loyalty and connection. Google’s M&A History On a higher level the relationships between Google’s subsidiaries and departments are mapped out, allowing users to get an idea of how the whole ecosystem works together. ! Link: huaban.com/pins/29616310/
    • enjoy & bond 3 Bond to Brand Focused on after purchase use of the product, this sort of infographic provides greater details about how to use the product to get most enjoyment (bonds to brand). What is WeChat A line-up of all the different functions and tools available in Tencent’s WeChat app. ! ! ! Link: http://www.niubiseo.cn/a/ 201303/10373.html
    • advocate 4 Input/Data Feedback Taking input from existing customers and re-presenting it to new & loyal customers. There is value in what customers are telling brands (others want to know). What do Travellers Want? Survey results showing what services and details customers are looking for while staying at hotels. ! ! Link: http://huaban.com/pins/123754110/
    • advocate 4 Input/Data Feedback Taking input from existing customers and re-presenting it to new & loyal customers. There is value in what customers are telling brands (others want to know). Pod Inn & WeChat Study Using survey data, Pod Inn utilized this infographic to show the reasons and convenience behind booking on WeChat. ! Link: http://huaban.com/pins/74850639/
    • 图 腾 email chris@totemmedia.net