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You spent your whole marketing career trying to make your customers like you but overlooked the inconvenient truth that somewhere out there was a group of fans who already loved you. ...

You spent your whole marketing career trying to make your customers like you but overlooked the inconvenient truth that somewhere out there was a group of fans who already loved you.

Beachheads - the key to successful youth engagement explained in this concise powerpoint by GrahamDBrown.com of WhatYouthThink.com

For a complete activation and insights plan visit MobileYouthReport.com

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  • You spent your whole marketing career trying to make your customers like you but overlooked the inconvenient truth that somewhere out there was a group of fans who already loved you
    Beachheads
    BeachHeads by Graham D Brown of WhatYouthThink.com
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  • When your research tells you that your customers “like” you be afraid, be very afraid…
    BeachHeads by Graham D Brown of WhatYouthThink.com
    Passion
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  • In this presentation I’ll present the importance of BEACHHEADS to your marketing strategy and how they are fundamental to leading brands today.
    At the end, you’ll find 5 key steps to implementing “The Engagement Path” – a beachhead strategy.
    A complete marketing plan is provided here MobileYouthreport.com
    Graham Brown
    Author & Director
    WhatYouthThink.com
    GrahamDBrown.com
    BeachHeads by Graham D Brown of WhatYouthThink.com
    Overview
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  • Of this Beachheadwe are ScaredScared that we’d have to talk to the customer. Scared that we can no longer commit a budget to the problem for the agency to take away. Scared we’d have to start taking ownership of the creative process.
    Scared we’d have to say NO
    BeachHeads by Graham D Brown of WhatYouthThink.com
    Fear
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  • Your Agency is Your ENEMY if…They Talk about Reach.They want you to keep it MASS
    Your role is simply signing the cheque. They want you to continue throwing a budget at the creative problem
    They build campaigns rather than permission assetsTV and Advertising still works – look at the data!
    They talk about facebook and mobile but the storytelling
    is still about you, your brand, your logo, your website
    And not helping the customer tell theirs
    Change
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  • Defining Beachheads (from the mobileYouth report)
    Commit 100% of your marketing to your Beachhead – the 10% of your market already sold on your ideas and product. Supply them with the tools – the Social Currency found in your Permission Asset and empower them to generate Earned Media by enabling your marketing narrative to be about them rather than about your brand.
    Product Model requires reach; 100% of marketing is committed to 100% of the market. Marketers are fearful of strategies that focus on segments because under the Product Model this would return lower yields.
    Selling to unconverted youth in the Service Model Decade is expensive; the cost of attention and churn require marketing to focus on tightly defined segments.
    BeachHeads by Graham D Brown of WhatYouthThink.com
    Support the 10% to convert the remaining 90%
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  • BEACHHEADS
    BLACKBERRY
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  • “LOVED”
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  • “LIKED”
  • Monster energy – more profitable per employee than apple
    Red bull – gold standard of youth marketing
    Jet Blue – Empowering student bloggers
    Flip – engaging savvy youth in the design process
    Apple – leading the design tribe
    Ford Fiesta – redefining ford inside out by focusing on a core of passionate fans
    Blackberry – leveraging influential students
    Kappa – reinventing the brand from micro markets in china
    …and then they say “What about the other 90%?”
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  • ACT
    1. Adopt Metrics that nurture Love not Likeability
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  • ACT
    2. Find Your 10%
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  • ACT
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    3. Build a Permission Asset
    An event, a project…a platform that gives Social Currency to the 10%
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  • ACT
    4. Build dialogue
    Involve your beachhead in the process
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  • ACT
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    5. Co-Create
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