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Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
Integrating Media Conference 9 25 09
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A presentation on Integrating Media - Social, Print, and other media - as part of an effective marketing strategy. Recently presented at the SocialCamp Memphis and the Integrating Media Conference on …

A presentation on Integrating Media - Social, Print, and other media - as part of an effective marketing strategy. Recently presented at the SocialCamp Memphis and the Integrating Media Conference on 9-25-09.

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  • INTRO - Social networking has been around since the first handshake. All of the web is social media. Look at it this way, most consumers have been using the web to shop, share photos and music, compare prices and complain about poor service for more than a decade. This isn’t new. Nor is it something that is exclusive to the younger social media users.Many claim to be social media experts, yet most of us are truly students. I am definitely a student of social media. We are excited, and sometimes even obsessed with these new tools. I definitely fall into that category.The new media helps facilitate these relationships. They often create networks that have immediacy, and are measurable/
  • Marketing – it’s used to tell our story. Who we are, what we do. It greats the foundation or launch pad for any media campaign.
  • PR – We use public relations to help tell our story. They do it in a manner that creates a feeling of trust. It is the beginning of establishing a relationship between between two parties.
  • Advertising – after establishing who we are, or what we are all about, we need to get our message out. Advertising is the vehicle to broadcast our message. We using to bombard others if necessary. The repetition of our message then leads us to the next step….
  • Branding – after developing who we are, delivering our message to those who we have established a relationship, our brand is created. Simply, our brand is how others perceive us.
  • Then we want to somehow, roll all these functions together. We’ve said who we are, what we are about. We have developed relationships and people have a perception about us. Hopefully, they do trust what we are saying. But now comes the important part….are we listening to those who we’ve engaged? Social Media Marketing gives us this opportunity.
  • Yet, there is a piece missing….It is still possible that we have the foundation in place. We have the message, we know who we need to get the message to, and we’ve determined the right time to deliver it. But how do we make sure we’ve included all channels for the best results? This is where an intregrated approach, that includes print, comes into play.
  • Print…yes. Print. All we’ve heard this year is that PRINT IS DEAD. Newspapers are folding..print advertising is in sharp decline; the USPS continues to report declining mail volume.
  • Print…yes. Print. All we’ve heard this year is that PRINT IS DEAD. Newspapers are folding..print advertising is in sharp decline; the USPS continues to report declining mail volume.
  • Print has the highest trust quotient of all media surveyed. (Canvas Magazine – 10/08) It drives viewers to the internet most successfully.You can pass print along, it has longevity.It’s no longer the monopoly that it used to be, but it is far from dead. Print can still play an important role in an integrated marketing approach. Most successful marketers are keeping print, and yes, even direct mail, very much in the mix as a primary driver – even if they are using direct mail to drive traffic to a web site or stimulate interest in an electronic offer – Fran Green, American List Counsel
  • So how do we incorporate all this media…all this firepower we now have at our fingertips…including print? As with any marketing plan, we still need a good mix. We need a blend of relationships, building goodwill (PR); providing the customers with what they want, (marketing), and delivering results
  • Today’s successful marketing campaigns evolve out of brainstorming sessions between PR, marketing, communications teams. They look for simple, logical approaches that combine print and digital channels to enhance the physical experiences. For instance, add publications specific URLs to print ads, or embed a key code in event gifts that unlock exclusive content published on the web.In 2006, Mini USA took a novel approach to using multi-channel marketing to sell to their existing customers. They learned that the buyers of this odd little car bonded with each other. Rather than talking about speed or power, they simply identified themselves as Mini Owners. So they decided to market to Mini owners – marketing to your own to help spread “word of mouth” advertising – that is groundswell.The Plan - Direct mail with a secret decoder package. Then created print ads which could only be read using the secret decoders. Invited owners to a series of rallies across the US - Minis Take the States
  • Today’s successful marketing campaigns evolve out of brainstorming sessions between PR, marketing, communications teams. They look for simple, logical approaches that combine print and digital channels to enhance the physical experiences. For instance, add publications specific URLs to print ads, or embed a key code in event gifts that unlock exclusive content published on the web.In 2006, Mini USA took a novel approach to using multi-channel marketing to sell to their existing customers. They learned that the buyers of this odd little car bonded with each other. Rather than talking about speed or power, they simply identified themselves as Mini Owners. So they decided to market to Mini owners – marketing to your own to help spread “word of mouth” advertising – that is groundswell.The Plan - Direct mail with a secret decoder package. Then created print ads which could only be read using the secret decoders. Invited owners to a series of rallies across the US - Minis Take the States
  • Today’s successful marketing campaigns evolve out of brainstorming sessions between PR, marketing, communications teams. They look for simple, logical approaches that combine print and digital channels to enhance the physical experiences. For instance, add publications specific URLs to print ads, or embed a key code in event gifts that unlock exclusive content published on the web.In 2006, Mini USA took a novel approach to using multi-channel marketing to sell to their existing customers. They learned that the buyers of this odd little car bonded with each other. Rather than talking about speed or power, they simply identified themselves as Mini Owners. So they decided to market to Mini owners – marketing to your own to help spread “word of mouth” advertising – that is groundswell.The Plan - Direct mail with a secret decoder package. Then created print ads which could only be read using the secret decoders. Invited owners to a series of rallies across the US - Minis Take the States
  • As with any marketing campaign, whether you use traditional channels or new digital channels, the relevance to the consumer determines a major part of its success. If your message isn’t relevant to it’s intended recipient, it will not succeed, no matter how that message is delivered.
  • Print drives users to other platforms – According to Retail Advertising and Marketing Association – 42.7% of shoppers are most likely to start an online search after viewing a printed ad. But Make it EASY for them. (URL, QR codes, )
  • Print drives users to other platforms – According to Retail Advertising and Marketing Association – 42.7% of shoppers are most likely to start an online search after viewing a printed ad. But Make it EASY for them. (URL, QR codes, )
  • A commercial HVAC contractor in Little Rock wanted to say thank you to its customers by providing an open house…..
  • How many of you have visited the Dixie Café Restaurant chain?
  • A social media presentation next Friday in Little Rock. Used a completely integrated approach to gain marketing momentum.Content CreationEngagementDistributionMeasurement
  • So we’ve introduced some new techniques and tools, and have shown that by integrating these with traditional tools, you gain marketing momentum. Print may be down. But I am inclined to believe that it has a long life ahead, just maybe in a re-incarnated format.
  • Social Media rules from a fellow Little Rock Tweep
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    • 1. Merging Cross Media Marketing and Print 
      Paul Strack
      CustomXM - President
      September 25, 2009
    • 2. “I’M A GREAT LOVER.”
      MARKETING
      Source: Neutron, LLC
    • 3. “TRUST ME.
      HE’S A GREAT LOVER.”
      PUBLIC RELATIONS
      Source: Neutron, LLC
    • 4. “I’M A GREAT LOVER.
      I’M A GREAT LOVER.
      I’M A GREAT LOVER.”
      ADVERTISING
      Source: Neutron, LLC
    • 5. “I UNDERSTAND YOU ARE A GREAT LOVER.”
      BRANDING
      Source: Neutron, LLC
    • 6. “MY PEERS TELL ME YOU’RE A GREAT LOVER.
      ALSO, HERE’S SOME FEEDBACK TO IMPROVE.”
      “I’M LISTENING....”
      SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING
      Source: Neutron, LLC
    • 7. “YES, AND HERE IS MY BROCHURE FOR YOU TO REVIEW.”
      “I UNDERSTAND YOU ARE A GREAT LOVER.”
      PRINTING
    • 8. PRINT
      1450 – 2009
    • 9. 4900 Printing jobs lost
      in August ’09
      YTD – 78,900 jobs lost
      July was the 2nd worst
      printing month
      since January of ‘95
    • 10.
    • 11. Print Travels
      Print has Longevity
      Print is a Lead-Generation Tool
      Print is the Most Intimate Medium
      Print makes introductions
      Print readers are focused
    • 12.
    • 13. Integrating Media = Marketing Momentum
      Education
      Products – “how to”
      Campaigns
      White Paper
      Case studies
      Event Based
      Direct Mail, PR
      Social Media
      SMS
      E-mail
      Print Ads
      Trade Shows
      Distribution
      Content Creation
      Marketing Momentum
      Engagement
      Direct Sales/Leads
      Brand Lift/Campaign Lift
      Response to PURLs
      Analytics/ Dashboard
      High Value Interactions:
      Mentions,
      content,
      speaking engagements,
      meetings
      Customer Service &
      Support
      Contests
      SM events – Tweetup
      Blogs
      Marketing events
      Face-to-face engagement
      Measurement
      Source: Kodak
    • 14. 2,100 photos on Flickr
    • 15. 3,000+ attendance
    • 16. 38,000 cars sold
    • 17.
    • 18.
    • 19.
    • 20.
    • 21.
    • 22. IntegratedApproach – B2B
      Objectives:
      Invite Clients to Open House
      Learn interest in educational opportunities
      Encourage Sales Reps to meet more clients
      Have personalized gifts available to distribute during event
      Distribution
      Content
      Engagement
    • 23. Measurement
    • 24. IntegratedApproach - Retail
      Distribution
      Content
      Engagement
    • 25. IntegratedApproach - Retail
      Distribution
      Content
      Engagement
    • 26. IntegratedApproach - Retail
      Distributed 1000 cards at each location
      Over 2800 responses – 12.20%
      Added over 2500 e-mail address to eCafe Club
      Bounce back coupon rate in excess of 13%
      Measurement
    • 27. IntegratedApproach - Retail
    • 28. Integrating Media Conference
      Complete Integration:
    • Integrating Media Conference
      Measurement
    • 33. Integrating Media Conference
      Measurement
    • 34. Integrating Media = Marketing Momentum
      Content Creation
      Distribution
      Marketing
      Momentum
      Engagement
      Measurement
    • 35. Transmedia Planning
      Person
      Person
      Person
      Person
      Brand Community
      Sources: Bryan Jones; FarisYakob
    • 36. PRINT
      1450 –
    • 37.
    • 38. Thank You! 
      501-590-6569
      pstrack@customxm.com
      @pstrack
      www.customxm.com

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