Let’s go onan online safari.<br />Yourrangers of today: <br />Prof. Steven Van Belleghem, managing partner InSites Consult...
Conversations are the keydrivers of growth.<br />NPS proved it.<br />
Word-of-mouth has becomeWorLd-of-mouth.<br />Same concept as 2000 yearsago, butnow at lightspeed.<br />
Time to change the research toolbox.Old techniques are missing the really important stuff.<br />
Nethnographic research is great.And still, it is limited. Itdoesn’tgiveyou all the data & info neededfor a greatconversati...
Diageo Europe believesin conversations.They want a conversationalstrategyfortheirkeybrands.We helpedthem.<br />
Time forsomenewmetrics.These metricsgiveyou the full picture of consumerconversations.<br />
Map categoryconversations.Conversationsaboutliquors are mainly “bonding”:positivebut low impact.<br />
Johnnie Walker consumers have a high conversationpotential.They have a more advanced digital profile.<br />
Let’sactivate Johnnie Walker fans.Diageo wanted to offer value to its fans. Plan: a branded content site. Question: what c...
Traditional methodsnotsufficient.Realquestion: whatactivates brand fans?<br />
Time to go on a safari.With a survey we foundtheir fans and askedif we couldbecome Facebook friendsfor research purposes. ...
Step 1: we become REAL friendswith the respondents.And we werehonest, theyknewit was for research purposes.<br />
Youlearn a lot fromsomeonesprofile page.All personal details, brandstheylike, topics theyreacton…<br />
Scalable research.Compared to ethnographic research, there is no limit on the number of people we observe at the same time...
SELF DIRECTION<br />BOTH<br />AMBITION<br />Rule out the Hawthorn effect.We couldseenaturalbehavior of the target group.<b...
We did a combination of qual, quant & textmining to gather all insights.<br />
Diageo went two steps further.<br />Two important decisionswere taken.<br />
New briefing of media agency.<br />Target brand fans and not a sociodemographic target group.<br />
Reallyconnectwithconsumers.<br />Toooftendecisionwere made on wrong perceptions. E.g. single malt drinkers are notinterest...
Actually Diageo decided to go more on safari.<br />We canrecommendit, it’sfun. And…youactuallylearn more than in a zoo.<br />
For more info:<br />Steven@insites.eu<br />www.slideshare.net/stevenvanbelleghem<br />www.theconversationmanager.com<br />...
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  1. 1. Let’s go onan online safari.<br />Yourrangers of today: <br />Prof. Steven Van Belleghem, managing partner InSites Consulting<br />Denise Price, consumerplanning manager Diageo Europe<br />
  2. 2. Conversations are the keydrivers of growth.<br />NPS proved it.<br />
  3. 3. Word-of-mouth has becomeWorLd-of-mouth.<br />Same concept as 2000 yearsago, butnow at lightspeed.<br />
  4. 4. Time to change the research toolbox.Old techniques are missing the really important stuff.<br />
  5. 5. Nethnographic research is great.And still, it is limited. Itdoesn’tgiveyou all the data & info neededfor a greatconversationstrategy.<br />
  6. 6. Diageo Europe believesin conversations.They want a conversationalstrategyfortheirkeybrands.We helpedthem.<br />
  7. 7. Time forsomenewmetrics.These metricsgiveyou the full picture of consumerconversations.<br />
  8. 8. Map categoryconversations.Conversationsaboutliquors are mainly “bonding”:positivebut low impact.<br />
  9. 9. Johnnie Walker consumers have a high conversationpotential.They have a more advanced digital profile.<br />
  10. 10. Let’sactivate Johnnie Walker fans.Diageo wanted to offer value to its fans. Plan: a branded content site. Question: what content do they want?<br />
  11. 11. Traditional methodsnotsufficient.Realquestion: whatactivates brand fans?<br />
  12. 12. Time to go on a safari.With a survey we foundtheir fans and askedif we couldbecome Facebook friendsfor research purposes. Theysaid ‘Yes!’<br />
  13. 13. Step 1: we become REAL friendswith the respondents.And we werehonest, theyknewit was for research purposes.<br />
  14. 14. Youlearn a lot fromsomeonesprofile page.All personal details, brandstheylike, topics theyreacton…<br />
  15. 15. Scalable research.Compared to ethnographic research, there is no limit on the number of people we observe at the same time.<br />
  16. 16. SELF DIRECTION<br />BOTH<br />AMBITION<br />Rule out the Hawthorn effect.We couldseenaturalbehavior of the target group.<br />
  17. 17. We did a combination of qual, quant & textmining to gather all insights.<br />
  18. 18. Diageo went two steps further.<br />Two important decisionswere taken.<br />
  19. 19. New briefing of media agency.<br />Target brand fans and not a sociodemographic target group.<br />
  20. 20. Reallyconnectwithconsumers.<br />Toooftendecisionwere made on wrong perceptions. E.g. single malt drinkers are notinterested in online conversations. Wrong!<br />
  21. 21. Actually Diageo decided to go more on safari.<br />We canrecommendit, it’sfun. And…youactuallylearn more than in a zoo.<br />
  22. 22. For more info:<br />Steven@insites.eu<br />www.slideshare.net/stevenvanbelleghem<br />www.theconversationmanager.com<br />Followus:<br />@Steven_InSites<br />
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