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# efinition: A tribe, viewed historically or developmentally, consists of a social group existing before the development of, or outside of, states. (Source: Wikipedia) ...

# efinition: A tribe, viewed historically or developmentally, consists of a social group existing before the development of, or outside of, states. (Source: Wikipedia)

Marketing To Tribes - All of are trying.

At the center of most tribes is a passion for a shared experience. This is no different from Social Networking. Marketers will continue to try to market within Social Media and some will fail, some will learn and some will find the right tribe. When a Brand finds the right Tribe they will win the popularity contest we call "Tribal-Share".



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Tribes Tribes Presentation Transcript

  • ON: Tribes Positioning Your Brand To Lead A Tribe
  • ON: Tribes
    • … groups of people who need to connect with each other.
  • The Need To Connect
    • … Maslow: "Love and belongingness is a basic human need.” This feeling begins with our need to connect to something/someone.
  • Why Do We Connect?
    • … we connect around shared interests. Music. Film. Fashion. Business. Literature. Gaming. Photography. Sports. etc. etc. etc.
  • Location Used To Be Everything
    • … tribes used to be limited to location.
    12 tribes of Israel
  • The Digital Tribe
    • … is no different from offline tribes.
    • OK one difference! NO boundaries.
  • Tribal Eco-System
    • … social networking platforms allow tribes to form devoid of boundaries with common interests.
  • Social Networking
    • … is hardly a new idea. It is at the heart our democratic roots.
  • Connections Are Formed
    • … around a ubiquitous belief, need, idea or movement
    First continental congress Present Day Speed Dating
  • Leading The Tribe
    • … a leader always emerges. That leader personifies an idea, movement or promise that the tribe can relate to.
    George Washington Crossing The Delaware Steve Jobs Announcing the iPhone
  • Do You Want To Lead A Tribe?
    • … First. Shut Up & Listen
  • To Achieve Leadership
    • … you must be willing to fail. Get Up! Try Again!
  • Leaders Listen
    • … and see the tribes desire and adapt
  • Leaders Try
    • … to stand out by being the voice, emulator and human form of the idea by constantly listening then participating in as many active conversations as possible.
  • Relevant Idea … position the insight as the promise or offer and tribes will desire your brand or product.
  • K.I.S.S. … ideas are usually not understood unless expressed with simplicity and context.
  • Tribes Buy
    • … brands help make an impact in a tribe with tools, products and services that facilitate peoples needs, aspirations and desires.
  • Selling To Tribes
    • … we can win the popularity contest called market share by being:
    • honest. present. helpful. smart.
  • Brands & Tribes
    • … creating a loved brand is not easy. Great brands have created tribes within tribes.
  • Grab Your Tribe-Share
    • …When you find the tribe that understands and loves you – you will have won the popularity contest we call market share.
  • Q & A ON: Tribes