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Understanding word of mouth. The power of advocacy

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    • Understanding Word of Mouth The Science of Advocacy Steve Knox CEO Procter and Gamble Tremor 1
    • What Is Word of Mouth and Social Media? What it is NOT What it IS Connecting creating writing posting Sharing expressing customizing hacking mashing-up Customizing linking reading browsing copying pasting reconnecting re-using rating recreating empowering socializing organizing reviewing editing joining collaborating tagging watching publishing Community participating buying entertaining commenting researching Self Expressing helping volunteering organizing listening NOT about Technology What people DO 2
    • Where Does It Fit? CATEGORY INTEREST BRAND AWARENESS  Path to Purchase BRAND CONSIDERATION BRAND PURCHASE 3
    • Word of Mouth Advocacy Drives the Purchase Funnel CATEGORY INTEREST BRAND AWARENESS  Path to Purchase BRAND CONSIDERATION BRAND PURCHASE BRAND ADVOCACY 4
    • Word of Mouth Advocacy “Buzz Marketing” Amplification High WOM High Issues Potential (Amplification without Advocacy) Does Not Advocacy Drive Business Results Low WOM Danger Low Potential Zone Low High Amplification 5
    • What consumers talk about. And why. It’s In Our DNA!! 6
    • Cognitive Science How the brain processes information 7
    • Schemas Mental models of how the world works Tactics: • Interrupting schemas • Conceptual blend 8
    • Interrupting Schemas Driving in the USA versus in the UK 9
    • Interrupting Schemas Disrupted equilibrium—what compels us to talk about an experience 10
    • Interrupting Schemas Disrupted equilibrium—what compels us to talk about an experience 11
    • Degree of Disruption Makes a Difference 12
    • Conceptual Blend Two familiars = unfamiliar = disruptive 13
    • Conceptual Blend • Combining Two Schemas • Listen for the Analogy 14
    • Being Faithful to Foundational Truths Keeping the connection 15
    • Know Your Foundational Truth Wildly incongruent 16
    • Theory of Congruency From wild to mild 17
    • So How Does P&G Tremor Work? Identify the Right Message • Listen to the Consumer • Disruption in Practice Relationship with the Right Customer • Connectors • Trust 18
    • Word of Mouth Advocacy Right Consumer The Product Adoption Curve % of Population Adopting Early Adopters Early Majority Late Majority Laggards Innovators Time CONNECTORS Wide and Deep Social Networks Trend Spreaders, not Trend Setters 19
    • Theory to Application From wild to mild • Mildly disruptive • Secret Clinical “The more you move, the better you smell” 20
    • Theory to Application From wild to mild • Mildly disruptive • Venus Breeze “Skin so soft you just might skip the lotion.” 21
    • Theory to Application From wild to mild • Mildly disruptive • Frosted Mini Wheats “As much protein and fiber as an egg and two slices of wheat toast.” 22
    • Key Lessons 23
    • The next schema waiting to be disrupted • What is your foundational truth? • What schemas are at play? • What would disrupt a schema? • Are there “blends” that make sense? 24
    • How do you get started? • Listen to your consumer • Be open to schemas different from your own • Test and verify 25
    • Contact Information Steve Knox www.tremor.com 26