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Marketing is dead. Long live new marketing



A presentation held with Marius Lobontiu in Buil Your Career (an AIESEC Cluj-Napoca event) on October 12th 2009.

A presentation held with Marius Lobontiu in Buil Your Career (an AIESEC Cluj-Napoca event) on October 12th 2009.



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  • Marketing is dead. Long live new marketing October 12th, 2009, Cluj Napoca
  • Gabriel Dombri | Marius Lobonţiu
  • The world has changed.
  • An unfinished process
  • We are into it .
  • Business is about 2 things: people & people
  • marketing is & (but they didn’t get it)
  • Before internet: P c
  • Definitions:
  • The management process responsible for identifying, anticipating and satisfying customer requirements profitably. The Chartered Institute of Marketing, 1976
  • Marketing is the social process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating and exchanging products and value with others Philip Kotler
  • Because the purpose of business is to create a customer, the business enterprise has two - and only these two - basic functions: marketing and innovation. Marketing and innovation produce results; all the rest are costs. Marketing is the distinguishing, unique function of the business. Peter Drucker, 1973
  • Marketing is Everything. Regis McKenna, 1991
  • A strange marriage: Marketing + Internet = Internet Marketing
  • Marketing is a strategic process
  • The rest are tactics.
  • The website as a step along the way.
  • You don’t need a website. You need an online strategy.
  • Web 1.0 Efficientisation Digitalisation Translation A silo.
  • Web 2.0 Specificity Networking Involvement Your trail of crumbs.
  • The prophets & the apostles: 1995 – 2006 wikipedia.secondlife. youtube.twitter
  • Web 3.0 (beta) The web of things New connections for old devices New devices for old connections The web steps out of the digital
  • We are all marketers now.
  • Brands have now the opportunity to be reached, by people, when people want to. Helge Tennø, Screenplay
  • From Story to Experience From Channel to Arena From Content to Context
  • We create the value.
  • So, what’s the point for marketing?
  • The trail of crumbs: The web is looking back. Every second
  • They (almost) own you.
  • Put the food in front of the hungry.
  • old ideea of communication: throw the message to as many as possible and wait for recognition new idea of communication: choose the relevant context, involve people & let them viralize
  • Back to what marketing used to be: it changes more than one P
  • New Definitions:
  • Marketing is not about selling stuff, it's about giving the participant a reason to buy stuff. H.T.
  • The goal of marketing is not to win the battle of stories (as is the case in the traditional media marketing), but to understand the abilities, emotions and activities of a situation – the context – and add deliberate value to it. Making it better, becoming indispensible as a value provider, and gaining ownership to people through direct relations with them over time... Helge Tennø
  • The new business context:
  • The new Marketing economy is about understanding context and adding deliberate value… H.T.
  • The new brand context:
  • Becoming the most valuable brand inside the experience sorrounding the product and the brand. H.T.
  • The new strategy:
  • Don't market to consumers, market to situations. + create platforms of involvement
  • The new product strategy:
  • The brands aren't product providers, but value providers. + consumer  prosumer
  • Tim Berners Lee.Kevin Kelly. Helge Tennø.Seth Godin. Tim O’Reiley.Malcolm Gladwell. Bogdana Butnar.
  • Ask us: Gabriel Dombri Marius Lobonţiu