Discovering Your Value Proposition:6 Steps to standing out in a crowded marketplace      #webclinic
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Today’s team               Dr. Flint McGlaughlin   Solomon Osiatynski               Managing Director       Research Analy...
Experiment: Background                       Caution, politically sensitive               !       material ahead…      Ple...
Experiment: Background          Experiment ID: Heritage Email Test           Location: MarketingExperiments Research Libr...
Experiment: Control               Control - Email  #webclinic
Experiment: Treatment               Treatment- Email  #webclinic
Experiment: Side-by-side                           Treatment               Control                                       8...
Experiment: Results               14.66% Increase in average donation size               The new email’s donation rate inc...
Experiment: Background           Experiment ID: Gates Energy Exploration & Extraction Test            Location: Marketing...
Experiment: Control                      Control (Step 1)                                         Click here              ...
Experiment: Control                      Control (Step 2) Step 2 gives visitors 3 equally weighted call-to- actions for re...
Experiment: Treatment                        Treatment                                    13  #webclinic
Experiment: Side-by-side               Control (Step 1)                                  Treatment                        ...
Experiment: Results                   245% Increase in conversion rate                   The new CTA process design improv...
What was the difference?                           Treatment               Control                                       1...
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Today’s Question               How do you formulate a value proposition in    ?          highly competitive marketplaces? ...
PART 1: A Foundational Understanding of the Term ‘Value Proposition’                                            21#webclinic
2012 SURVEY DATASurvey Question: Are youconfident that eachmember of your                                                 ...
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What is a value proposition?   If I am your ideal prospect, why should I buy from   you rather than any of your competitor...
What is a value proposition?  Value Proposition Question: If I am your ideal prospect, why should I  buy from you rather t...
The Challenge of a Competitive Environment  1. The internet is a unique phenomenon in the human experience. Its     evolut...
Today, we will walk through 6 ways to stand out in  a highly competitive market place.                                    ...
PART 2: 6 Ways to Differentiate your Marketing in a Crowded Marketplace                                               31#w...
6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market spa...
TECHNIQUE #1: Where is the “only-factor?”                                            33  #webclinic
TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor”                        Value Proposition Heuristic                              ...
TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor”      Powerful Only-Factor               Appeal        Exclusivity  #webclinic
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TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor”                Not This                 But This           Support [ORG] with   ...
6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market spa...
TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear EvidentialsF    Key Principles                         Value Proposition Heuristic            ...
TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials         Do our offers sound?        like this?                                    ...
TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials               Not this…                                   How clear or credible   ...
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TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials                              Sample Evidentials     The Objective: To codify essen...
6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market spa...
THE VALUE PROPOSITION SPECTRUM                                                                               The Value Pro...
Can you identify the process-level value propositions?               Audience Submitted Page                              ...
TECHNIQUE #3: Strengthen the process-level VP    Not this…          But this                                         357% ...
6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market spa...
TECHNIQUE #4: Build a Compelling Narrative                  SUB STORY                                                     ...
TECHNIQUE #4: Build a Compelling Narrative  Not this…                                Copy is a simple set                 ...
6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market spa...
TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images               ?   Where is the value in this image?                              ...
TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images                   Not this…                                                 Stock...
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TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images    Not this (General Icon)…                               But this (actual screen...
6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market spa...
ON VALUE PROPOSITION AND BRAND 1. Brand is the aggregate experience of the value proposition – as the customer    experien...
Summary: Putting it all togetherF       Key Principles                              Value Proposition Heuristic           ...
Summary: Putting it all together     Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded     market sp...
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    1. 1. Discovering Your Value Proposition:6 Steps to standing out in a crowded marketplace #webclinic
    2. 2. Join the conversation on Twitter #webclinic #webclinic
    3. 3. Today’s team Dr. Flint McGlaughlin Solomon Osiatynski Managing Director Research Analyst #webclinic
    4. 4. Experiment: Background Caution, politically sensitive ! material ahead… Please bear in mind that MECLABS is not supporting any single political philosophy. We are simply trying to identify transferrable principles that can help marketers on any side of the political spectrum. 4 #webclinic
    5. 5. Experiment: Background Experiment ID: Heritage Email Test Location: MarketingExperiments Research Library Test Protocol Number: TP2085Research Notes: Background: The company is a non-profit conservative policy think-tank funded primarily through individual donors. Goal: To increase the size and number of donations. Primary research question: Which email will generate the highest amount of revenue? Approach: A/B multifactor split test #webclinic
    6. 6. Experiment: Control Control - Email #webclinic
    7. 7. Experiment: Treatment Treatment- Email #webclinic
    8. 8. Experiment: Side-by-side Treatment Control 8 #webclinic
    9. 9. Experiment: Results 14.66% Increase in average donation size The new email’s donation rate increased by 14.66% Average Donation Relative Statistical Level Design ($) Difference of Confidence Control $36.48 - - Treatment $41.82 14.66% 95%  What you need to understand: By focusing on what the organization actually did with the donated money in the previous year, the treatment was able to increase clickthrough rate by 20%, and average donation size by 14.66%. 9 #webclinic
    10. 10. Experiment: Background Experiment ID: Gates Energy Exploration & Extraction Test Location: MarketingExperiments Research Library Test Protocol Number: TP1576Research Notes: Background: A large energy company seeking to increase whitepaper download leads Goal: To increase the number of leads Primary Research Question: Which treatment will generate the most whitepaper downloads? Approach: A/B multifactor split test 10 #webclinic
    11. 11. Experiment: Control Control (Step 1) Click here 11 #webclinic
    12. 12. Experiment: Control Control (Step 2) Step 2 gives visitors 3 equally weighted call-to- actions for report downloads. 12 #webclinic
    13. 13. Experiment: Treatment Treatment 13 #webclinic
    14. 14. Experiment: Side-by-side Control (Step 1) Treatment 14 #webclinic
    15. 15. Experiment: Results 245% Increase in conversion rate The new CTA process design improved conversion rate by 245.6% CR Relative Difference Statistical Confidence Control 1.3% - - Treatment 4.6% 245.6% 99%  What You Need and adding a simple radio buttonamount of friction in the CTA process to Understand: By reducing the CTA to the first step, the team at Gates was able to increase conversion by 245%. 15 #webclinic
    16. 16. What was the difference? Treatment Control 16 #webclinic
    17. 17. What was the difference? Control (Step 1) Treatment 17 #webclinic
    18. 18. Nf = pVf - pCf Cost Force Value Force 18 #webclinic
    19. 19. How we think about value propositionF Key Principles Value Proposition Heuristic P = (Cl ⁞ Cr) Nf = pVf - pCf Vf = (Ap/Ex) Cf = (Mt + Mn) Wherein: Nf = Net Force of the Value Proposition Cr = Credibility Vf = Gross Force Of the Value Ap = Appeal Cf = Gross Force of the Cost Ex = Exclusivity P = Perceived Mt = Material Cl = Clarity Mn = Mental 19 #webclinic
    20. 20. Today’s Question How do you formulate a value proposition in ? highly competitive marketplaces? • Politics? • Insurance? • Retail? • Non profit? • Resale? • Financial Planning? • Energy? 20 #webclinic
    21. 21. PART 1: A Foundational Understanding of the Term ‘Value Proposition’ 21#webclinic
    22. 22. 2012 SURVEY DATASurvey Question: Are youconfident that eachmember of your No 48%marketing team can Yes 52%clearly and succinctlystate your company (orproduct) valueproposition? Source: ©2012 MarketingSherpa Website Optimization Benchmark Survey Methodology: Fielded April 2012, N=547 #webclinic
    23. 23. 2012 SURVEY DATA Yes 29%Survey Question: Hasyour organization testedyour value proposition(s)? No 71% Source: ©2012 MarketingSherpa Website Optimization Benchmark Survey Methodology: Fielded April 2012, N=1,156 #webclinic
    24. 24. Research Overview Ongoing literature review of: • More than 1,100 academic articles • 20 popular authors including: • Starch • Hopkins • Reeves • Kotler • Porter • Lanning • Review spanning from 1890s to present 24 #webclinic
    25. 25. Research OverviewDaniel Starch publishes first Michael Lanning coinsadvertising textbook. Defines the term “valueadvertising as “the presentation of a Rosser Reeves publishes Phillip Kotler publishes the definitive proposition,” applying itproposition to the people in such a influential book that established textbook on marketing used in colleges to the field of businessmanner as to attempt to induce them what he calls the “Unique Selling today. Carries over Reeves’ notion of management.to act upon the proposition.” Proposition (USP)” “Unique Selling Proposition (USP)” 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s Other Authors use the Claude Hopkins David Ogilvy publishes Michael Porter publishes very terms “value publishes very influential 35 rules of advertising influential business books and proposition”, “unique book called “Scientific which coins the concept academic articles on the topic of selling proposition”, Advertising”. Carries over “Basic Selling Proposition strategic differentiation. “point of difference”, Walter Scott “point-of-parity”, notion of “proposition” at (BSP)” publishes first book the center of all ‘”differentiation” with about the psychology advertising. little-to-no universal of advertising, meaning or alignment. generating a new interest in the science of advertising. 25 #webclinic
    26. 26. Research Overview 31% 63% 21% Conversion Conversion Conversion 137% 21% ConversionBusiness Software Suite Conversion#1 On-Demand. 6459+ World ClientsAward-Winning Solution. Free Trialwww.XXXXXXXXXX.com/Business 29% 54% Conversion Conversion 109% Conversion 201% Conversion 100% Conversion 97% Conversion 15% Conversion 124% Conversion 26 #webclinic
    27. 27. What is a value proposition? If I am your ideal prospect, why should I buy from you rather than any of your competitors? 27 #webclinic
    28. 28. What is a value proposition? Value Proposition Question: If I am your ideal prospect, why should I buy from you rather than your competitors? 1. You are fundamentally answering a first-person question posed in the mind of your customers. 2. A value proposition focuses on a specific customer segment. This requires you to consider who you are not going to serve and the associated tradeoffs. 3. A value proposition has a specific action in mind. It is seeking to answer “why” for a specific “what.” 4. A value proposition must differentiate you from your competitors. In at least one way, you must have an “only” factor. 28 #webclinic
    29. 29. The Challenge of a Competitive Environment 1. The internet is a unique phenomenon in the human experience. Its evolution has impacted commerce on multiple levels. Here is an important one: a) In the past weak competitors could survive via their geographic proximity. Their value proposition was derived from nearness which translated into convenience, time-savings, etc. b) However, the internet has positioned many of us just one click away from our best competitor. 2. If you are not unique in at least one dimension of value, then you are don’t have the potential of being the best solution. 3. If you are not the best solution, then why would you expect anyone else to select you – you are just surviving on pockets of ignorance. #webclinic
    30. 30. Today, we will walk through 6 ways to stand out in a highly competitive market place. 30#webclinic
    31. 31. PART 2: 6 Ways to Differentiate your Marketing in a Crowded Marketplace 31#webclinic
    32. 32. 6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market space TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor.” 32 #webclinic
    33. 33. TECHNIQUE #1: Where is the “only-factor?” 33 #webclinic
    34. 34. TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor” Value Proposition Heuristic P = (Cl ⁞ Cr) Nf = pVf - pCf Vf = (Ap/Ex) Cf = (Mt + Mn) • An appealing offer without exclusivity has its force diluted by the competing options. • An exclusive offer without appeal has its force undermined by a lack of attraction. 34 #webclinic
    35. 35. TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor” Powerful Only-Factor Appeal Exclusivity #webclinic
    36. 36. TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor” Not This {Keyword XXXXXXXXX Software} Award-Winning XXXXXXXX Software. Fully Integrated. Free Trial www.XXXXXXXXXX.com/XXXXXXXX But This XXXXXXXXX Software Suite #1 On-Demand. 6459+ World Clients 22% Award-Winning Solution. Free Trial www.XXXXXXXXXX.com/XXXXXXXX 36 #webclinic
    37. 37. TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor” Not This But This Support [ORG] with GET THE ONLY CARD THAT Every Purchase APPLY NOW 63% 37 #webclinic
    38. 38. 6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market space TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor.” TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials 38 #webclinic
    39. 39. TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear EvidentialsF Key Principles Value Proposition Heuristic P = (Cl ⁞ Cr) Nf = pVf - pCf Vf = (Ap/Ex) Cf = (Mt + Mn) • Value accepted is contingent upon value believed. Value believed is contingent upon value understood. 39 #webclinic
    40. 40. TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials Do our offers sound? like this? 40 #webclinic
    41. 41. TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials Not this… How clear or credible ? is this copy? 41 #webclinic
    42. 42. TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials But this. 201% 42 #webclinic
    43. 43. TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials Sample Evidentials The Objective: To codify essential text bytes that support claim that can be used stategically as bulleted information 43 #webclinic
    44. 44. 6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market space TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor.” TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials TECHNIQUE #3: Strengthen the process-level value propositions 44 #webclinic
    45. 45. THE VALUE PROPOSITION SPECTRUM The Value Proposition Spectrum PROCESS-LEVEL Question: Why should your ideal prospect buy PRODUCT-LEVEL from you rather than any of your competitors? PRODUCT PRODUCT #1 #1 Question: Why should [PROSPECT A] buy from PRODUCT PRODUCT #2 #2 you rather than any of your competitors? PROSPECT-LEVEL Question: Why should [PROSPECT A] buy this PRODUCT PRODUCT #3 product rather than any other product? #3 Primary Value Proposition Question: Why should [PROSPECT A] PRODUCT PRODUCT click this PPC ad rather than any other #4 #4 PPC ad? Prospect B PRODUCT PRODUCT #4 #1 1 PRODUCT PRODUCT #2 #3 2 3 Conversion steps associated with a specific product #webclinic
    46. 46. Can you identify the process-level value propositions? Audience Submitted Page 46 #webclinic
    47. 47. TECHNIQUE #3: Strengthen the process-level VP Not this… But this 357% IN MONTHLY CLIENTS 331% IN CONVERSION 90% IN CONVERSION 99% IN CONVERSION 47 #webclinic
    48. 48. 6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market space TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor.” TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials TECHNIQUE #3: Strengthen the process-level value propositions TECHNIQUE #4: Build a Compelling Narrative 48 #webclinic
    49. 49. TECHNIQUE #4: Build a Compelling Narrative SUB STORY Climax Climax Falling Act. Rising Act. Resolution /Exposition Exposition Resolution ACT 1 ACT 2 ACT 3 Beginning (The Setup) Middle (The Confrontation) End (The Resolve) People’s thoughts tend to arrange themselves in story, therefore understanding your visitor’s thought sequence comes down to understanding the basic structure of a story. Telling your story can be a powerful device for communicating a value proposition. 49 #webclinic
    50. 50. TECHNIQUE #4: Build a Compelling Narrative Not this… Copy is a simple set of instructions to accomplish the task …but this of ordering. LOGO Copy integrates story of how beers are selected to achieve congruence. 14% 50 #webclinic
    51. 51. 6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market space TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor.” TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials TECHNIQUE #3: Strengthen the process-level value propositions TECHNIQUE #4: Build a Compelling Narrative TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images 51 #webclinic
    52. 52. TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images ? Where is the value in this image? 52 #webclinic
    53. 53. TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images Not this… Stock image of customer service rep But this… Image of well-known company founder. 35% #webclinic
    54. 54. TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images Not this… Clever/cute picture of a dog carrying a newspaper But this… Actual images of the newspaper front pages #webclinic
    55. 55. TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images Not this (General Icon)… But this (actual screenshot)… 43% 55 #webclinic
    56. 56. 6 Ways to Differentiate your Value Prop Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market space TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor.” TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials TECHNIQUE #3: Strengthen the process-level value propositions TECHNIQUE #4: Build a Compelling Narrative TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images TECHNIQUE #6: Link your Brand Equity 56 #webclinic
    57. 57. ON VALUE PROPOSITION AND BRAND 1. Brand is the aggregate experience of the value proposition – as the customer experiences this value, they develop a belief about its source. 2. The brand awareness is a result; the value proposition is a cause. The strength of the brand is derived not from declaration, but through expectation. 3. The notion of a brand promise is fundamentally flawed. The point of the brand is not to make a promise, but to create an expectation. 4. Marketers need more nuance. Our work does not entail forcing conclusions, but rather offering reasons which lead to an “inevitable conclusion”. 5. Effective brand strategy is implicit rather than explicit; it is achieved not with remonstration but by implication. #webclinic
    58. 58. Summary: Putting it all togetherF Key Principles Value Proposition Heuristic P = (Cl ⁞ Cr) Nf = pVf - pCf Vf = (Ap/Ex) Cf = (Mt + Mn) Wherein: Nf = Net Force of the Value Proposition Cr = Credibility Vf = Gross Force Of the Value Ap = Appeal Cf = Gross Force of the Cost Ex = Exclusivity P = Perceived Mt = Material Cl = Clarity Mn = Mental 58 #webclinic
    59. 59. Summary: Putting it all together Techniques for getting your value proposition to stand out in a crowded market space TECHNIQUE #1: Focus on your “Only-Factor.” TECHNIQUE #2: Provide Clear Evidentials TECHNIQUE #3: Strengthen the process-level value propositions TECHNIQUE #4: Build a Compelling Narrative TECHNIQUE #5: Utilize Value-Laden Images TECHNIQUE #6: Link your Brand Equity 59 #webclinic
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