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All Earned Is Not Created Equal     Experience-Driven Social Marketing:Deeper Engagement for Stronger Advocacy & Bigger Li...
Earned is the most powerful media                &  ‘Experience-driven’ is the most         powerful earned               ...
Experience-Driven SocialThe Most Powerful Medium in the Mix    Deeper           Stronger          Bigger  Engagement      ...
A Primer:Earned Is theMost Powerful Media                      4
Earned Media Is the Most Trusted Have some degree of trust* in the following forms of advertising (April 2012)    Recommen...
Earned Is the Most Powerful Media                Recommendations from personal acquaintances are the most trusted         ...
Experience-Driven Isthe Most Powerful Earned                           7
Experience-Driven SocialThe Most Powerful Medium in the Mix    Deeper  Engagement    of In-Person    Experience           ...
In-Person Experience GeneratesDeeper Engagement                                 9
More Time with Consumer per Marketing Dollar Spent      Hours of consumer engagement with featured brand during a 5,000-pa...
Experience-Driven SocialThe Most Powerful Medium in the Mix                     Stronger                     Advocacy     ...
More Persuasive Advocacy:More Credible & Passionate                             12
More Far-Reaching Advocacy:Experience-Driven Social Can Have Mass Reach  Unique people reached by, and typical CPMs of, se...
Experience-Driven SocialThe Most Powerful Medium in the Mix                                       Bigger                  ...
Bigger Brand Lifts                     15
Experience-Driven Social GeneratesBigger Brand Lifts Average Favorability, Advocacy-Intent, and Purchase-Intent of the fea...
Lifts that Last Longer  Product knowledge, favorability and advocacy-intent of the featured product,  among hosts, guests,...
Lifts in Marketing Receptivity                     “When I saw a                     commercial for the                   ...
Lifts in Marketing Receptivity  Unaided recall, aided recall, and favorability of advertising for the featured  product, a...
Bigger Sales Lifts                     20
Test/Control Markets MeasureSales Lift Nielsen Matched panel design for a House Party campaign                      Test S...
Test Stores Show Big Sales Lift  Sales of featured product, in test and control stores, 6 months after  a 15,000 party cam...
Millions in Extra Revenue forExtremely High ROI Millions in extra revenue for extremely high ROI  Percent of sales driven ...
Bonus Assets Raise ROI Even Higher Gross profit of a 15,000-party campaign, by deliverable                  Consumer      ...
TalkTrack® Report onWord of Mouth by Triggers                                                             March 2013      ...
Key Findings• After “need,” “good experience” sparks the most  earned• Experience-driven earned is the most credible• Expe...
Key TakeawaysEarned is the most powerful media, andExperience-driven is the most powerful earned    Deeper            Stro...
Thank YouPeter.storck@houseparty.com                              28
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House Party at DBS: All Earned Media is Not Created Equal: Winning Hearts, Minds and Wallets through “Experience-Driven Social Marketing”

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This presentation will illustrate the superior power of experience-driven social marketing, and why more and more marketers are making it a part of their mix. Come hear how putting the consumer front and center is generating the most powerful earned media the marketing industry has seen. You’ll learn how earned media generated by in-person experiences drives deeper engagement, more passionate advocacy and bigger sales lifts.

Presenter: Peter Storck, svp of research, House Party @pstorck

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  • If possible, please remove the shadow treatment – we think it makes it blurry/hard to read.
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  • Could you make this slide a build – so that the CPMs for the horizontal axis come up AFTER everything else? NOTE: Just the CPMS in ()!
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    1. 1. All Earned Is Not Created Equal Experience-Driven Social Marketing:Deeper Engagement for Stronger Advocacy & Bigger Lifts 1
    2. 2. Earned is the most powerful media & ‘Experience-driven’ is the most powerful earned 2
    3. 3. Experience-Driven SocialThe Most Powerful Medium in the Mix Deeper Stronger Bigger Engagement Advocacy Lifts of In-Person Online In Branding Experience & Off & Sales 3
    4. 4. A Primer:Earned Is theMost Powerful Media 4
    5. 5. Earned Media Is the Most Trusted Have some degree of trust* in the following forms of advertising (April 2012) Recommendations from people known 92% Consumer opinions posted online 70% Brand websites 58% Editorial content (e.g., newspaper article) 58% Emails signed up for 50% Brand sponsorships 47% TV 47% Magazines 47% Billboards/outdoor advertising 47% Newspaper 46% Radio 42% Ads before movies 41% Search engine results ads 40% Online video ads 36% Online banner ads 33% Display ads on mobile devices 33% Text ads on mobile phones 29% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Source: The Nielsen Company. 5
    6. 6. Earned Is the Most Powerful Media Recommendations from personal acquaintances are the most trusted form of advertising. (Nielsen) 75% of consumers don’t believe companies tell the truth in advertising. (Yankelovich) Recommendations are the #1 driver of consumer purchase decisions at all stages of the cycle. (Keller Fay) WOM customers have nearly twice the long- term value. (Villanueva et al) 6
    7. 7. Experience-Driven Isthe Most Powerful Earned 7
    8. 8. Experience-Driven SocialThe Most Powerful Medium in the Mix Deeper Engagement of In-Person Experience 8
    9. 9. In-Person Experience GeneratesDeeper Engagement 9
    10. 10. More Time with Consumer per Marketing Dollar Spent Hours of consumer engagement with featured brand during a 5,000-party campaign, by type of activity Party Site Social Media 4,641 22,481Conversation 152,032 Party Total Hours: 265,605 469,934 eCPM-30 seconds of engagement: $4.15 Planning 25,175 10
    11. 11. Experience-Driven SocialThe Most Powerful Medium in the Mix Stronger Advocacy Online & Off 11
    12. 12. More Persuasive Advocacy:More Credible & Passionate 12
    13. 13. More Far-Reaching Advocacy:Experience-Driven Social Can Have Mass Reach Unique people reached by, and typical CPMs of, select major media 16.0 14.0 14.0 Unique People (in millions) 12.0 10.0 8.0 8.0 7.0 6.5 6.0 5.5 4.0 2.0 0.0 Top 10 5,000-party Premium Top 10 Top 10 broadcast shows campaign space on top cable shows magazines consumer sites (CPM:$20) (CPM:$7) (CPM:$5) (CPM:$15) (CPM:$10) Sources: The Nielsen Company, Google, Audit Bureau of Circulation 13
    14. 14. Experience-Driven SocialThe Most Powerful Medium in the Mix Bigger Lifts In Branding & Sales 14
    15. 15. Bigger Brand Lifts 15
    16. 16. Experience-Driven Social GeneratesBigger Brand Lifts Average Favorability, Advocacy-Intent, and Purchase-Intent of the featured product, pre- and post-party, among party guests 80% 76% 76% 72% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 30% 26% 26% 155% 20% Lift 196% 183% Lift Lift 10% 0% Favorability Advocacy-Intent Purchase-Intent Pre-Campaign Post-Campaign 16
    17. 17. Lifts that Last Longer Product knowledge, favorability and advocacy-intent of the featured product, among hosts, guests, conversation partners and control, 6 months after a House Party campaign 100% 93% 89% 90% 84% 80% 75% 70% 70% 60% 60% 56% 50% 40% 34% 30% 20% 10% 10% 0% Product Knowledge Favorability Advocacy-Intent Control Partygoers Conversation Partners Source: ChatThreads 17
    18. 18. Lifts in Marketing Receptivity “When I saw a commercial for the cooking creme, I literally yelled out loud and said, thats the Philadelphia cooking creme!" Post-Campaign Average: 69% 18
    19. 19. Lifts in Marketing Receptivity Unaided recall, aided recall, and favorability of advertising for the featured product, among partygoers, conversation partners and control, 6 months after a House Party campaign 100% 90% 82% 80% 69% 70% 65% 64% 61% 59% 60% 51% 50% 50% 40% 32% 30% 20% 10% 0% Unaided Recall Aided Recall Ad Favorability Control Partygoers Conversation Partners Source: ChatThreads 19
    20. 20. Bigger Sales Lifts 20
    21. 21. Test/Control Markets MeasureSales Lift Nielsen Matched panel design for a House Party campaign Test Stores Control Stores Source: The Nielsen Company. 21
    22. 22. Test Stores Show Big Sales Lift Sales of featured product, in test and control stores, 6 months after a 15,000 party campaign $600,000 $578,014 $580,000 $560,000 $540,000 $519,330 $520,000 $500,000 $480,000 $460,000 Control Stores Test Stores Source: The Nielsen Company. 22
    23. 23. Millions in Extra Revenue forExtremely High ROI Millions in extra revenue for extremely high ROI Percent of sales driven by House Parties 11% Incremental gross revenue $6,803,706 Incremental gross profit $3,401,853 ROI in gross revenue (revenue/cost) $3.94 ROI in gross profit (profit/cost) $1.97 For every $1 the brand $3.94 in revenue spent, it got back: $1.97 in profit 23
    24. 24. Bonus Assets Raise ROI Even Higher Gross profit of a 15,000-party campaign, by deliverable Consumer Opt-ins Insights $70,000 $20,000 UGC Facebook Likes $100,000 $40,000 $3,401,853 Gross Profit from Sales $230,000 Value of Bonus Assets Gross Profit from Sales Gross Profit $3,631,853 (including bonus assets) $3,401,853 ROI in Gross Profit $2.11 (including bonus assets) 24
    25. 25. TalkTrack® Report onWord of Mouth by Triggers March 2013 © 2013 Keller Fay GroupNot to be quoted or distributed without written permission
    26. 26. Key Findings• After “need,” “good experience” sparks the most earned• Experience-driven earned is the most credible• Experience-driven earned sparks the most action – Pass along – Seek more info – Purchase• Over half of experience-driven earned contains strong buy/try recommendationswww.kellerfay.com
    27. 27. Key TakeawaysEarned is the most powerful media, andExperience-driven is the most powerful earned Deeper Stronger Bigger Engagement Advocacy Lifts of In-Person Online In Branding Experience & Off & Sales 27
    28. 28. Thank YouPeter.storck@houseparty.com 28
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