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How do consumers engage with brands in an increasingly digital world? That's the fundamental question we set out to answer with this year's FEED report.

How do consumers engage with brands in an increasingly digital world? That's the fundamental question we set out to answer with this year's FEED report.

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    FEED: The Razorfish Digital Brand Experience Report 2009 Key Findings FEED: The Razorfish Digital Brand Experience Report 2009 Key Findings Presentation Transcript

    • FEED:The 2009 Razorfish Digital Brand Experience Report
      Garrick Schmitt, Group Vice President, Experience Planning
      Email: garrick.schmitt@razorfish.com
      Twitter: @gschmitt
    • Experience Matters.
      2
    • HELLO
      3
    • How Do Consumers Engage With Brands In An Increasingly Digital World?
    • THE DETAILS
      5
    • Meet The “Connected Consumer”
      In August 2009 Razorfish surveyed 1,000 U.S. “connected consumers”*:
      Broadband access
      Spent $150 online in the past six months (travel, Netflix, tickets, Amazon, etc.)
      Visited a community site (MySpace, YouTube, Facebook, Yelp, etc.)
      Consumed or created some form of digital media such as photos, videos, music or news
      WHAT IS YOUR AGE?
      WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BEST DESCRIBES YOUR COMBINED HOUSEHOLD INCOME?
      6
      * This equates roughly to the U.S. broadband population which is about 200m based on the Pew Internet and American Life Project.
    • READ THIS
    • Yes, You Can Build A Brand Online. You Have No Choice
      Marketers have never thought of digital as a wonderful place to build a brand, but they should:
      65% of consumers have had a digital experience change their opinion about a brand
      97% of them report that experience influencing whether or not they purchased a product or service from that brand
      HAS AN EXPERIENCE YOU HAVE HAD ONLINE EVER CHANGED YOUR OPINION (EITHER POSITIVELY OR NEGATIVELY) ABOUT A BRAND OR THE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES IT OFFERS?
      HAS THAT EXPERIENCE INFLUENCED WHETHER OR NOT YOU PURCHASED A PRODUCT OR SERVICE FROM THE BRAND?
      8
    • Actions Speak Louder Than Advertising
      Branded experience are the new advertising. And consumers are increasingly hungry for them, sometimes ravenously so:
      97% have searched for a brand online
      77% have watched a commercial on YouTube
      69% have read a corporate blog
      65% have played a branded, browser-based game.
      73% have posted a product or brand review on a site like Amazon, Facebook or Twitter
      PLEASE RATE THE FREQUENCY OF WHICH YOU DO THE FOLLOWING:
      9
    • Brand Culture Or Fan Culture?
      Conventional wisdom holds that consumers don’t want brands encroaching on their social lives – but that’s just not true:
      76% of consumers welcomed brand advertising on social networks (FEED, 2008)
      40% of consumers “friended” a brand on Facebook and/or MySpace
      26% of consumers have “followed” a brand on Twitter
      HAVE YOU EVER “FRIENDED” A BRAND ON FACEBOOK OR MYSPACE?
      HAVE YOU EVER FOLLOWED A BRAND ON TWITTER?
      10
    • The Outlet Malls Of Tomorrow? Facebook, MySpace & Twitter
      Marketers shouldn’t assume that consumers are as passionate about their brands as they are: Consumers don’t want a conversation with brands – they want deals.
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      • 44% of consumers who follow a brand on Twitter do so for deals
      • 37% of consumers who “friended” a brand on Facebook and/or MySpace do so for deals
      WHAT IS THE PRIMARY REASON YOU FOLLOW A BRAND ON TWITTER?
    • Bottom Line: Digital Brand Experiences Create Customers
      Digital is not simply an “awareness” or CRM play, it’s a customer-creation play. The overwhelming majority of consumers who engage with a brand online move from passive “receivers” to advocates almost instantly :
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      • 97% report increased brand awareness
      • 98% show increased consideration
      • 97% will more likely purchase a product
      • 96% may recommend the brand to their friends
      WHEN YOU HAVE PARTICIPATED IN A BRAND-SPONSORED CONTEST OR SWEEPSTAKES, DOES IT GENERALLY DO THE FOLLOWING:
    • DIGITAL PRIMACY
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    • Consumers Turning First, Foremost To Digital
      According to Forrester consumers now spend nearly as much time online as they do watching TV*. We found that their technical fluency is far greater than most believe:
      57% of consumers actively customize their homepages
      84% share links or bookmarks
      55% subscribe to RSS feeds
      33% get their news from Facebook
      20% get their news from Twitter
      PLEASE RATE THE FREQUENCY OF WHICH YOU DO THE FOLLOWING:
      14
      *Forrester 2009 North American Technographics Survey
    • Mobile Internet Service Use Skyrocketing
      Mobile Internet services are being consumed broadly. Majority of consumers own a smartphone and use it actively.
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      • 57% access the Internet from their phone
      • 50% have downloaded an app for their phone
      • 30% have interacted with an ad banner on their phone
      WHAT TYPE OF SMARTPHONE DO YOU HAVE?
    • Connected Consumers Are The New Mainstream
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      THE TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION CURVE
    • BRANDCULTURE
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    • Are Consumers Really In Control?
      Conventional wisdom says that every generation of consumer grows smarter, shrewder and more immune to marketing. But that’s not true – consumers are actively choosing to engage with brands, everywhere.
      40% have “friended” a brand on Facebook and/or MySpace
      26% have “followed” a brand on Twitter
      77% have watch an advert on YouTube
      69% have read a corporate blog post
      73% have posted a review of a brand on a site like Amazon or Yelp
      52% have blogged about brand’s product or service
      PLEASE RATE THE FREQUENCY OF WHICH YOU DO THE FOLLOWING:
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    • Facebook And Twitter Creating Fan Culture For Brands
      After deals, the main reason consumers “friend” a brand? Because they *really* are a fan (or a customer, at least). Social media platforms are proving to be customer service platforms.
      33% friend a brand on Facebook/ MySpace because they are a customer
      24% follow a brand on Twitter because they are a current customer
      23% follow a brand on Twitter for “interesting or engaging” content, which shows promise for a new type of relationship
      WHEN YOU “FRIEND” A BRAND ON FACEBOOK OR MYSPACE, DOES IT GENERALLY DO THE FOLLOWING?
      WHEN YOU FOLLOW A BRAND ON TWITTER, DOES IT GENERALLY DO THE FOLLOWING?
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    • Fans And The Future Of The Marketing Funnel
      Brand culture and fan culture are dramatically reshaping the traditional funnel as consumers leap from experience to advocacy (or the inverse) almost instantly.
      70% have participated in a brand-sponsored contest
      24% have produced content to participate in a contest
      26% have attended a brand sponsored event, such as Nike’s Human Race
      24% have downloaded a branded application for their mobile phone
      HAVE YOU EVER PARTICIPATED IN A BRAND-SPONSORED CONTEST OR SWEEPSTAKES?
      WHEN YOU HAVE PARTICIPATED IN A BRAND-SPONSORED CONTEST OR SWEEPSTAKES, DOES IT GENERALLY DO THE FOLLOWING?
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    • Experiences Not Only Build Brands, They Make Or Break Them
      Amazon, Google, Facebook, Apple and Nike are all experiential brands that know consumer preference isn’t formed in reaction to a message, but to a series of experiences over time. There’s good reason. Of consumers who interact:
      97% report increased brand awareness
      98% show increased consideration
      97% will more likely purchase a product
      96% may recommend the brand to their friends
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    • THE
      BOTTOM
      LINE
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    • Getting To The Bottom Of Brand Engagement
      Everyone is chasing after a metric to define brand engagement. Millward Brown says “digital consumers” have 15% stronger relationships with brands. The Altimeter Group attempts to correlate social media activity to financial performance, citing Dell, Starbucks and eBay as leaders.
      We at Razorfish took a different tack: we simply wanted to know if there was any direct correlation between a consumer’s digital interaction with a brand and their likelihood to purchase a specific product or service.
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    • Digital Experience Create Customers
      The answer was a resounding “yes”. Experiences have a much greater influence over brand affinity and consumer purchasing than even we anticipated:
      65%of consumers have had a digital experience change their opinion about a brand.
      97%of those report that experience influencing whether or not they purchased a product or service from that brand.
      64% of consumer report making a first purchase from a brand because of digital experience (e.g. website, banner, etc.)
      HAS AN EXPERIENCE YOU HAVE HAD ONLINE EVER CHANGED YOUR OPINION (EITHER POSITIVELY OR NEGATIVELY) ABOUT A BRAND OR THE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES IT OFFERS
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      HAS THAT EXPERIENCE INFLUENCED WHETHER OR NOT YOU PURCHASED A PRODUCT OR SERVICE FROM THE BRAND?
      HAVE YOU EVER MADE YOUR FIRST PURCHASE FROM A BRAND BECAUSE OF A DIGITAL EXPERIENCE (E.G., A WEB SITE, MICROSITE, MOBILE COUPON, EMAIL)?
    • Five Brands That Are Excelling In An Experience-Driven World…
    • 1. UNIQLO: Japanese Retailer Surprises And Delights Audiences With Every Interaction
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      2. Red Bull: Pioneered Experiential Marketing With Subversive Events And Sponsorships
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      3. Barbie: Reinvented An American Icon For The Pop Sugar Set And Broke Sales Records
    • 29
      “We’re not in the business of keeping the media companies alive. We’re in the business of connecting with consumers.” – Trevor Edwards, Nike
      4. Nike: Human Race. Chalkbot. Nike Is Setting A New Standard For Experiential Marketing
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      4. Virgin America: Brand Built By Breakthrough Experiences – And The Marketing Of Them
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      5. Microsoft’s Bing: Accomplishing The Impossible By Putting Experience First And In Every Ad
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    • Thank You
      Garrick Schmitt, Group Vice President, Experience Planning
      Email: garrick.schmitt@razorfish.com
      Twitter: @gschmitt