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  • Google’s Mission is to organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful
  • Think politics australia 2010

    1. 2. Organise the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. Google’s Mission
    2. 3. Deliver value to every aspect of well-run campaigns, and make political advertising more efficient and cost effective. This is good for campaigns, good for voters, and good for public discourse. Google’s Mission on the Campaign Trail
    3. 4. Best Practices for 2010 1 Learn & Collaborate with Google Tools 2 Investing Online: 10% in ‘10 3 Online Persuasion: Always On & Rapid Response 4 Think Local 5 The Network Blast: Mobilisation & Awareness
    4. 5. <ul><li>news .google.com.au </li></ul><ul><li>Get a world-wide perspective on current events </li></ul><ul><li>Personalize the news to get exactly the coverage you want </li></ul><ul><li>Monitor coverage of issues, people and your community. </li></ul>Stay Informed: Google News
    5. 6. Stay Informed: Google Insights Search Trends Regional Trends
    6. 7. Build Awareness: Google Maps maps. google.com Create customizable maps to inform your constituents Share and publish maps on your site.
    7. 8. Measure Results: Google Analytics Conversion Tracking Google Analytics
    8. 9. Best Practices for 2010 1 Learn & Collaborate with Google Tools 2 Investing Online: 10% in ‘10 3 Online Persuasion: Always On & Rapid Response 4 Think Local 5 The Network Blast: Mobilisation & Awareness
    9. 10. Citizens expect a digital election “ There is no disputing that the Internet has moved from the periphery to the center of national politics .” - Aaron Smith & Lee Rainie, Pew Internet & American Lift Project, June 2008. Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/jan/03/labour-tory-internet-campaigns ; ttp://money.cnn.com/2008/02/29/technology/leonard_politics.fortune/ ; http://www.atelier-us.com/international/article/The-French-presidential-election-plays-out-on-the-Internet ; http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8020522.stm
    10. 11. <ul><li>84% of Australians use the internet </li></ul><ul><li>Users spend 17.6 hours a week online vs. 13.4 hours watching TV </li></ul><ul><li>59% of Australians use the internet for news </li></ul><ul><li>Two in five people (38%) use the internet to contact government </li></ul><ul><li>29% of Australians use their mobile to access the Internet </li></ul>Source: comScore, 2009 Australians and the Internet: Sources: Nielsen Internet & Technology Report 2009-2010; “Interacting with Government: Australian’ Use and Satisfaction with E-Government Services,” Dec 2009
    11. 12. Winners: 10% in ’10 But a Huge Opportunity Gap Australians who go online regularly for news: 59% Share of online political advertising spend in 2007: ?% 4%: Obama ‘08 7.5%: McDonnell ‘09 10%: Scott Brown ‘10
    12. 13. Integrate Your Media: TV Ads Drive Search Source: iProspect Offline Channel Influence on Online Search Behavior Study, 2007 Television is the most influential in driving search behavior 36% 37% 30% 3% 9% 17% 20% 7% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Ad/company name on taxi/train/city bus Ad/company name on company truck/van/car Billboard, indoor sports venue sign Radio ad Company’s store/physical location Magazine/newspaper ad Word of mouth from friend/acquaintances Television ad Percentage of Online Search Users Percent of online users who performed a search due to exposure to offline content
    13. 14. Best Practices for 2010 1 Learn & Collaborate with Google Tools 2 Investing Online: 10% in ‘10 3 Online Persuasion: Always On & Rapid Response 4 Think Local 5 The Network Blast: Mobilisation & Awareness
    14. 15. Online Persuasion: Always On
    15. 16. Online Persuasion: Frame the Issue
    16. 17. Display: Contextual Targeting
    17. 18. Always On: Micro-Targeting Key Audiences
    18. 19. of YouTube users are 18+ of Australians consider YouTube a favorite site of people enjoy watching video ads if they are related and entertaining 63% 73% 93% Online Persuasion: Video
    19. 20. Online Persuasion: Promoted Videos
    20. 21. http://www.youtube.com/user/webcameronuk Online Persuasion: YouTube Masthead
    21. 22. 8:28 PM
    22. 23. 8:00 PM 8:18 PM Within the Hour
    23. 24. The Next Morning
    24. 25. Best Practices for 2010 1 Learn & Collaborate with Google Tools 2 Investing Online: 10% in ‘10 3 Online Persuasion: Always On & Rapid Response 4 Think Local 5 The Network Blast: Mobilisation & Awareness
    25. 26. Think Local
    26. 27. Best Practices for 2010 1 Learn & Collaborate with Google Tools 2 Investing Online: 10% in ‘10 3 Online Persuasion: Always On & Rapid Response 4 Think Local 5 The Network Blast: Mobilisation & Awareness
    27. 28. Awareness: NAB Federal Budget Microsite
    28. 29. Driving traffic through paid search…
    29. 30. … and extending reach using contextual targeting
    30. 31. The Network Blast: Mobilise Voters
    31. 36. Think 10 in ’10 Five Best Practices 1 Launch text ads now with your candidate’s name, opponent’s names, party terms and campaign terms 2 “ Always on” strategy for search advertising – voters are looking for information all the time 3 Respond immediately when events trigger online interest – issues are framed in hours, not days 4 Integrate offline and online persuasion because constituents you reach will go online to get more information 5 Budget for display ads and network blasts on key local and national websites within the Google Content Network

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