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    1. 1. Social Networks IAB Workshop June 2008
    2. 2. About Me David Hachez www.theafter.be/
    3. 3. Today <ul><li>Social Networks </li></ul><ul><li>Xbox Case </li></ul><ul><li>Attentio </li></ul>
    4. 4. Definition <ul><li>Social networking websites are sites that allow internet users to have the ability to add user-generated content such as: comments, reviews, feedback, ratings, pictures, video or their own dedicated pages. </li></ul><ul><li>Social networking is word of mouth </li></ul>Scott Otte - Wrangler
    5. 5. The social media brief <ul><li>&quot;My client wants to create a Facebook group. Develop a blog. Reach out to possible audience on YouTube. Can you send us a price estimate? For tomorrow? Thanks!&quot; </li></ul>Rolling Talks
    6. 6. The Break Up – part 1
    7. 8. TIME & SPACE 24/7 - WW
    8. 10. NETWORKS One to all & P2P
    9. 12. ENCODING ∞
    10. 14. CONTRIBUTE Review, Rate & Publish
    11. 16. SEARCH Find & Retrieve
    12. 19. Another Definition <ul><li>Think about how you use the Web right now compared to six years ago. </li></ul><ul><li>Now think about how our children are using it. Social Media is the innovation of our time . Whether or not the internet becomes a mass media is irrelevant. Our behavior and the behavior of future generations has been irreversibly altered. </li></ul>David Armano
    13. 20. Youcracy
    14. 21. David Armano
    15. 22. Isolation <ul><li>Scott Otte </li></ul>
    16. 23. Communication <ul><li>Scott Otte </li></ul>
    17. 24. Collaboration <ul><li>Scott Otte </li></ul>
    18. 25. S urf is over, Life took over Communication Information Entertainment Surfing Transactions Creation 38% 22% 17% 8% 7% 5% Caroline Vogt – Microsoft Research
    19. 26. What’s in it for the marketer?
    20. 31. Why does it matter? Credibility of People’s opinion 2 % 98 % Emarketer.com
    21. 32. Social is the new currency
    22. 33. Top 20 Websites on 25-44 Belgian Comscore
    23. 34. Meeting people Google Trends
    24. 35. Finding a Job Google Trends
    25. 37. Entertainment Google Trends
    26. 40. Getting informed Google Trends
    27. 42. How can I fit in that picture? As a marketer
    28. 43. Evolution
    29. 44. <ul><li>“ In the struggle for survival, the fittest win out at the expense of their rivals because they succeed in adapting themselves best to their environment . ” </li></ul><ul><li>Charles Darwin </li></ul>
    30. 45. David Armano
    31. 46. David Armano Context
    32. 47. David Armano Behavior
    33. 48. Youcracy
    34. 49. Share of conversations is the new (battle) challenge
    35. 50. Cases
    36. 52. Offense: Dove Value Source: Forrester Product Experience
    37. 53. Offense: Dove Value Costs Source: Forrester Product Experience Shared Experience Social Marketing Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty
    38. 54. Offense: Dove Social Marketing Value Costs Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty Loss Profit Source: Forrester Product Experience Shared Experience
    39. 55. Offense: Dove Social Marketing Value Costs Loss Profit Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty Source: Forrester Product Experience Shared Experience
    40. 56. Offense: Dove Social Marketing Value Costs Loss Profit Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty Peers Source: Forrester Product Experience Shared Experience
    41. 57. Offense: Dove Social Marketing Value Costs Loss Profit Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty Peers WOM Source: Forrester Product Experience Shared Experience
    42. 58. Offense: Dove Social Marketing Value Costs Loss Profit Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty Peers WOM Co-creation Source: Forrester Product Experience Shared Experience
    43. 61. Financial services firms 47% 25% 28% Social Marketing Value Costs Loss Profit Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty Source: Forrester Product Experience Shared Experience
    44. 62. Defense 47% 25% Social Marketing Value Costs Loss Profit Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty Flog Source: Forrester Product Experience Shared Experience
    45. 63. Defense 47% Service error Social Marketing Value Costs Loss Profit Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty Source: Forrester Flog Product Experience Shared Experience
    46. 64. Defense Consumer review Social Marketing Value Costs Loss Profit Product, Place, Price, R&D, Production Promotion, Branding, Loyalty Service error Flog Source: Forrester Product Experience Shared Experience
    47. 65. Defense Offense Source: Forrester P O S T People Objectives Strategy Technology Isolated Low cost Product Monitor, Respond Networking High value Story Network, Enabling
    48. 66. Xbox Case
    49. 69. Social Networks experiences
    50. 70. My Network(s) www.facebook.com
    51. 71. Banking together www.zopa.com
    52. 72. Uber Social www.ubervu.com
    53. 73. Working together www.acrobat.com
    54. 74. Working together www.zoho.com
    55. 75. Knowledge sharing www.slideshare.net
    56. 76. Collective knowledge www.wikipedia.org
    57. 77. Collective search www.mahalo.com
    58. 78. Collective life www.dipity.com
    59. 79. Instant audience www.twitter.com
    60. 80. Broadcast now www.ustream.tv
    61. 81. SOCIAL IN THE GENES
    62. 82. The Break Up part 2
    63. 84. Future
    64. 85. Web 3.0
    65. 86. <ul><li>&quot;We've been voted the best marketer of the 20th century, but that's because we were the biggest shouters. In the 21st century, we want to be the best listeners.&quot; </li></ul><ul><li>Greg Icenhower P&G 2001 </li></ul>
    66. 88. Sources / Inspiration <ul><li>David Armano – Logic+Emotion </li></ul><ul><li>Mark Taylor – Wunderman </li></ul><ul><li>Caroline Vogt – Microsoft </li></ul><ul><li>Scott Otte – Wrangler </li></ul><ul><li>Japp Favier – Forrester </li></ul><ul><li>Youcracy – GoViral </li></ul><ul><li>Joseph Jaffe </li></ul><ul><li>The web… </li></ul>

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