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A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
A New World of Word of Mouth
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A New World of Word of Mouth

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Slides presented by Bob Gilbreath, Chief Marketing Strategist of Bridge Worldwide at Ad:Tech San Francisco on 4/20/10.

Slides presented by Bob Gilbreath, Chief Marketing Strategist of Bridge Worldwide at Ad:Tech San Francisco on 4/20/10.

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  • Bob is Chief Marketing Strategist of digital agency, Bridge Worldwide, and he is the author of the new book, The Next Evolution of Marketing: Connect with your Customers by Marketing with Meaning
  • Sadly, my answer is that we have lost perspective on our roles as marketers and the opportunity that digital offers
  • This realization hit me recently when I was asked another question
  • An individual who works at a large, traditional advertising agency was working on a measurement plan for his client, and reached out to our digital agency to ask a difficult question…”What percentage of Tweets are seen?”As you might expect, this was part of an effort to measure and compare Twitter marketing across other, traditional advertising on the common demoninator of “Impressions”
  • It was quite a challenging request, and we shot a few emails around debating how this might done. You would have to adjust for many, many factors including…
  • The result of many hours of work would probably look something like this
  • And after spending a few hours thinking about we came up with the Answer – stop wasting your time dumbing down digital marketing to impressions.
  • Now, some people in our digital marketing world believe we must dumb our work down to the lowest common denominator of impressions. Last year Geoff Ramsey, CEO of eMarketer finally gave in and suggested we shift to this model. Young-Bean Song at Microsoft suggested that this is what our clients want us to do.
  • But sometimes our clients need us to lead them to a better solution. We need a solution that better fits what consumers want and what truly measures marketing impact
  • The main problem with impression-based marketing and measurement is that it fails to recognize the value of what digital innovation can bring
  • For example, you may have heard that this Old Spice commercial is a viral success. Over 7.5 million people have chosen to click, watch and share this on YouTube. But buying placement on the NCAA tournament brings a larger audience. Which is better?
  • Brands like Charmin, Kraft and Nationwide are investing in creating usefuliPhone apps. But if you look at these uses as an “impression” it would have a CPM rate of $1000 vs. $10 on Prime Time TV
  • Do you think Zappos succeeded because its employees secured broad Reach and Frequency through Twitter?
  • If we don’t move away from Impressions, digital marketing – and marketing overall – will fail
  • So what do we focus on? Here are two measures of success that can work right away
  • First, we can create engagement. There are many definitions, but they all basically mean that it happens when people choose to interact with the marketing you create.
  • For example, when people choose to watch videos on Redbull.com
  • When new moms share experiences on Similac’s Strong Moms website
  • When people create personalized Pringles cans
  • What’s special about engagement is…
  • The second major objective and success measure of marketing today is Sharing. Again, simply put, this is when people choose to share your marketing with others.
  • It happens naturally when people share what they are doing and ask for input from their friends
  • It can be encouraged. For example, we recently launched a coupon program for Healthy Choice, and followed up by asking people to review their entrees. Over 40,000 people took the time to share.
  • And sharing can be encouraged to solve a problem. For example, we developed a tool for Pearle Vision that allows people to upload photos of themselves with different glasses so that they can get fast feedback from their friends
  • What’s great about sharing is…
  • At the end of the day, none of us in this room got into this business so that we could follow the rules of the old, interruptive marketing model of the past
  • Now is our chance to adopt Engagement and Sharing as our model for marketing success, and change the model of marketing…for good
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    • 1. A New World of Word of Mouth:Using Influence to Re-Invent the Impression<br />Overview<br />Bob Gilbreath, Chief Marketing Strategist, Bridge WorldwideTim Schigel, CEO, ShareThis<br />Jim Price, President, Empower MediaMarketingJoel Lunenfeld, CEO, Moxie Interactive<br />Case Studies<br />
    • 2. Bob Gilbreath<br />Chief Marketing Strategist<br />Bridge Worldwide<br />@mktgwithmeaning<br />
    • 3. Answer:<br />“We’ve lost our perspective on marketing”<br />
    • 4. Let me explain, by starting with another question<br />
    • 5. A Partner Agency Asks:<br />“What percentage of ‘Tweets’ are seen?”<br />
    • 6. An Algorithm to Measure Twitter Impressions<br /><ul><li>Hours spent on Twitter
    • 7. Average number of people followed
    • 8. Average number of people following
    • 9. Use of various APIs
    • 10. Number of Re-Tweets
    • 11. Use of search and hashtags
    • 12. Appearance on favorites lists</li></li></ul><li>
    • 13. Answer:<br />The impression model of marketing <br />is dead…<br />And if it’s not dead we’ve got to kill it<br />
    • 14. Some Say We Should Embrace the Impression<br />
    • 15. “If I listened to my customers they would have asked me to make a faster horse.”<br />- Henry Ford<br />“If baseball were measured like advertising, you would only count the pitches.”<br />- Peter Daboll<br />
    • 16. Impressions De-ValueDigital Marketing and Innovation<br />
    • 17. Impressions De-Value Digital Marketing and Innovation<br />How do you value 7.5 million clicks?<br />
    • 18. Impressions De-Value Digital Marketing and Innovation<br />What if your app is used once per year?<br />
    • 19. Impressions De-Value Digital Marketing and Innovation<br />Can Employee Tweets Fit a Media Plan?<br />
    • 20. We need to define new measures of success to savemarketing<br />
    • 21. Here are two that you can measure today<br />
    • 22. 1. Engagement<br />“People choose to interact with the marketing you create”<br />
    • 23.
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    • 26. The Power of Engagement<br /><ul><li>Completely unlike Impressions
    • 27. Earned, not bought
    • 28. Not mass scale, but creates meaningful connections
    • 29. Can be measured and compared according to
    • 30. Total number of people who engage
    • 31. The depth of engagement (time, actions)
    • 32. The higher the engagement, the higher the ROI</li></li></ul><li>2. Sharing<br />“People choose to share your marketing with others”<br />
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    • 36. The Power of Sharing<br /><ul><li>Reaches new prospects
    • 37. Trusted access to provide information
    • 38. Each “share” is also a selling message
    • 39. Builds deeper brand connections with the sharer
    • 40. We are programmed to help others, brands can help us help
    • 41. Each review, retweet or friending enhance a brand bond
    • 42. “What matters is what’s shared”
    • 43. The “sharing rate” or “social reach”
    • 44. The higher the sharing, the higher the ROI</li></li></ul><li>None of us got into “digital” to recreate the past<br />
    • 45. Let’s change the model of marketing…for good<br />

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