23 CASE STUDIES TV Analytics Social TV Analytics will eventually replace Nielsen as the primary data used by Media Buyers…. Here’s Why…
24 CASE STUDIES Objectives Replace Nielsen rating system with Social Media Data Identify TV Show preferences of the Social Audience Implement traditional ratings with Social Data to achieve more accurate results
25 CASE STUDIES The Test Case Filter Social mentions of 900 major TV Shows in the United States Communities Composed of Social Media Users related by their Affinities
26 CASE STUDIES The Challenge Refine millions of searches to identify content relevantto TV Shows Create comprehensive filters to classify Communities based on demographic data
27 CASE STUDIES The Solution TV Show Identification Search beyond exact Show Titles AKAs Typos Characters Names Actors Names House OR Gregory House OR GregoryHouse OR Doctor House OR DoctorHouse OR DrHouse OR Dr House OR Doctor Cuddy OR DoctorCuddy OR DrCuddy OR Lisa Cuddy OR Hugh Laurie OR ….
28 CASE STUDIES The Solution TV Show Identification Filter out noise and irrelevant results Contextual Proximity Exclusions NOT the house OR my house OR your house OR *s house OR this house OR that house OR cleaning OR for sale OR buying OR sold OR bought OR dog house OR our house OR full house OR fire OR leave OR party OR white OR …
29 CASE STUDIES The Solution Communities Identify demographics through Declared Age Marital Status Profession Followers of account Under18 = (student OR freshman OR junior OR senior) AND (list of 18K high schools) OR in high school OR I’m 6-17 years old OR I’m a teenager OR student of (high schools) OR studying for the ACTs OR learning to drive OR I want a fake ID OR …
30 CASE STUDIES Data Size Total number of TV Show mentions since January 2011 30 Million
31 CASE STUDIES TV Shows Analytics TV Show: 60 Minutes
32 CASE STUDIES TV Shows Analytics Communities: Under 18
34 CASE STUDIES Ad Measurement Industry: Media Entertainment Background: Creation of a Twitter report for studio executives/ impact of promo scheduling Length of Engagement: 8 months Goals:Evaluate the impact of traditional media on the social media sphere PeopleBrowsr Solution: 180 days historical reporting with overlay of traditional ad schedule Performance and Results: 75,353 # of Tweets extracted for 180 days 12:30p & 7:00p Peak times of engagement 60/40 M/F demographic breakdown of tweets
35 CASE STUDIES Audience Campaign Industry: Magazine Publishing Background: Newsweek was featured on the Twittered featured list and while they saw a tremendous increase in followers, they found that many were not engaged Engagement: 6 weeks Goals: Build @names, increase conversation PeopleBrowsr Solution: Extract all those interested in breaking news, competitive follows, and US news; Most Influential users selected for engagement Performance and Results: News, USMost often mentioned keywords 2000% Increase in CTR 8,374 New followers
36 CASE STUDIES Champions Campaign Performance and Results: 50% Percentage of total registrations from Twitter 5,000 # of new followers 36% # of CTR Industry: Computer Software Background: Large software company aiming to promote itself on social media channels Engagement: 12 months Goals: Maximize participation to online seminars and increase awareness PeopleBrowsr Solution: Extract all users aligned with SAP target audience; most influential selected for engagement
37 CASE STUDIES 2011 Super Bowl YTD 387,162 vs 99,124 Total Tweets 2011 Total Tweets 2010 From last year, total volume of Tweets mentioning Super Bowl brands increased 271%. Doritos had the highest number of mentions in 2010 and was the 3rd top mentioned brand this year, with an 89% increase in volume in 2011. In 2011, most social activity of all ads was in the Auto industry, represented by Volkswagon, Chrysler and Chevrolet.
38 Kred Influence and Outreach Transparent Activity Statement Community Based Group Kred Outreach Meter Fresh Content Advisory Function Detailed Analysis
39 What is Kred? Kred is measurable Influence Kred offers separate metrics for Influence and Outreach. Influence measures a user’s relative ability to inspire action from others like retweeting, replies or new follows. Outreach measures generosity and rewards actions like interaction with others and willingness to spread the message.
40 KredInfluence Influence is the measure of what others do for you It is reported to on a normalized 1,000 point scale. Influence is measured by Retweets @replies New follows List following Follow/following ratio Influence is outbound – how you inspire others to take action.
41 KredOutreach Outreach is the measure of generosity Outreach points are based in levels and will increase infinitely as users interact and spread messages from others. Outreach is measured by Retweets @replies New follows List following Outreach represents how others inspire you to interact and engage.
43 Swinging through the trees…Language evolved Little Brother will carry the next level of Human Evolution – Influencers and Authorities independent of Institutions @WingDudeJodeeRich@PeopleBrowsr.com