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Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
Blippy as a habit
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    • 1. The newest addiction: <br />Analysis of the persuasion factors behind the hottest new startup<br />Yin Yin Wu<br />Habits.stanford.edu<br />
    • 2. The question: How can blippycreate a compelling experience that keeps users coming back?<br />The behavior they want: Users to visit the site regularly<br />
    • 3. What’s Blippy? <br />Blippy is an activity stream for your purchase – where each purchase becomes a post. Users can comment on and “like” their friend’s purchases, or be tagged in specific items. <br />
    • 4. How does it work?<br />1) Purchase an item<br />2) Instantly share with social network<br />Blippy encourages thousands of users to share their<br />financial transactions by offering a compelling user<br />experience. <br />
    • 5. Q: Why do people visit Blippy?<br />Defining the habit<br />
    • 6. Blippy’s goal: encourage users to visit the site regularly <br />
    • 7. Analysis of GreenpathBehaviors<br />Visiting a new website is a green behavior because it’s a habit the user have never done before. <br />Social networks depend on users repeatedly visiting the site. It’s simple to attract users to the site one-time, but the value is in building a community of users that revisit the site frequently. <br />Mission: Instill a greenpathbehavior in users. <br />
    • 8. Creating greenpath behaviors: What’s needed?<br /><ul><li>Simplicity Factors
    • 9. Trigger
    • 10. Motivation</li></li></ul><li>How does Blippy encourage people to link their credit cards and visit their website?<br /><ul><li>Simplicity factor- very easy, allows you to link to existing accounts
    • 11. Trigger- reminder to share an account every time you login Blippy
    • 12. Missing factor: Motivation</li></ul>People are weary of sharing their purchasing history- how does Blippy encourage people to share?<br />Achieving the simplest step<br />
    • 13. Step 1: Creating Motivation<br /> Social Networks- One to many: The few users that link their credit cards brings with them the curiosity of their entire social network. <br />These users may not link an account, but they will still visit the site. They engage in Blippy’s community by commenting and liking purchases of their friends. <br />
    • 14. Step 2: Visiting the site<br /> Adaption through curiosity: While people don’t initially link their credit cards, they can easily engage in the Blippy community by following the purchases of early adapters. <br />As more and more people join Blippy, sharing your information will become the mainstream option as people become more familiar with experience of making your purchases social. Blippy provides a simple non- intrusive way for people to engage with the community <br />Hmmm…so that’s what he bought<br />
    • 15. Step 3: Linking an account<br />Blippy works because the simplest step that matters is very simple. <br />To build an active online community, Blippy only needs users to link their credit card or other online account. <br />Once the card is linked, every user becomes an active user with no extra effort.<br />Minimal awareness- Users do not need to attend closely to what they are doing to habitually create rich data that builds the social networks<br />Interesting data is generated to build a social community with little effort from users<br />
    • 16. Step 4a: Generating new data<br />Blippy turns an existing behavior into a social behavior. It doesn’t require users to actively create content. <br />Uses existing activity to build a network<br />
    • 17. Step 4b: Environmental trigger<br />Environmental cues trigger and maintain habit performance <br />Credit card with Blippy logo<br />Allows user to choose the purchases to share: “Hmmm…perhaps I won’t buy porn with the credit card linked to blippy”<br />Viral marketing approach- promotes Blippy to others: “What’s this sticker?”<br />
    • 18. Step 5: Community participation<br />Homepage page defaults to feed of friends’ purchases. Blippy follow a similar format to friend feed on facebook by makingthe default page social. The home page forces users to see the activities of others to encourage them to interact more.<br />Email reminders about friend’s purchase updates- encourages users to return to blippy<br />
    • 19. Combining the pieces<br />Easy “simplest step that matters” + Physical trigger + Online reminders = addictive website<br />

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