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  • 10 Social Media Essentials for 2013 :: Edelman DigitalAuthor: Monte Lutz, EVP Social Strategy and Programming, @montelutz
  • More friends, more fans, more brands, more stories. More people are using social media than ever before – and for longer, on an increasingly diverse array of devices. As a result, newsfeeds are cluttered, and fans are more distracted and discerning. In order to succeed, brands will increasingly turn to real-time creative, analytics and paid media to ensure that high-performing content reaches as many people as possible, at the moment they are most interested, to spark conversations and deepen customer relationships. As media converges, brands will invest in ways to complement original, visual content with fan-sourced creative. Promoting high-performing content that aligns with new “real content” search drivers will become essential. Brands will host epic social events to excite the base and invest in tools that help them target and engage one-on-one more efficiently. And brands will have a little fun in the process, remembering that brandplay can go a long way to telling their story.There are 10 social media essentials that can help guide brands to achieve success in2013. We explore these essentials and case studies of brands in action. We see 10 trends bubbling up in 2013: (1) mobile first, (2) converged media, (3) sourced content, (4) visual storytelling, (5) creative newsroom, (6) many lightweight interactions over time, (7) social events drive excitement, (8) one-to-one engagement (9) search game changed again, and (10) brandplay.
  • The first trend is Converged Media.
  • A September 2012 Insit survey of 6,000 consumers in 19 markets found that 51% of internet users have a smartphone. These smartphone users are heavy users of social media. According to Google, 61% of smartphone users already access social on their mobile. These people aren’t just using mobile social a little. According to Nielsen, nearly one-third (30%) of all time spent on mobile devices is spent on social networks, compared with 20% of all time spent on PCs. (Nielsen, July 2012). Social media platforms are quickly adjusting. Facebook bought Instagram for its mobile community as much as its feature set. On the phone, the visual experience is even more pronounced than on a PC, where people, thumb, scroll, like through their experience. This is why Zuckerberg has directed that all new Facebook features should be designed for mobile first. Compilation of eMarketer data from the previous six months helps to tell the story – visually. While the number of US social network users will increase by 8% in 2013, US smartphone users will increase by 36%, and mobile social users will grow by an astoundi
  • The growth is driven by the convergence of mobile at the center of online, social and search activities. Mobile technology is increasingly driving paid, owned and earned media.
  • As brands continue to focus on stories and experiences, not just ads and messaging, they will continue to create opportunities for customers and fans to engage wit them intuitively through mobile.
  • We our spending our time online divided (or overlapping between) four primary devices:Smartphone: 17 minutesTablet: 30 minutesPC/Laptop: 39 MinutesTV: 43 minutesBut people aren’t just using a single device. 90% of people use multiple screens sequentially.Brands must therefore develop content so that it is optimized across channels. Second screen behaviors are becoming normal for many consumers. 85% of consumers use a second screen device while watching TV. Extending the entertainment, community or advertising experience beyond the primary screen will drive deeper engagement with the original content and the brand. Source: The New Multi-screen World: Understanding Cross-Platform Consumer Behavior
  • Smartphones provide the initial kickstart for many primary online activities. People start on their smartphone and then continue on other platforms. Search, social networking and web browsing are the most common activities to start on the smartphone. More than half of people continue to search, browse, shop, manage finances and engage on social networks on a PC. Source: The New Multi-screen World: Understanding Cross-Platform Consumer Behavior
  • The next trend is Converged Media.
  • The convergence of paid, owned and earned media provides the opportunity to achieve earned media at scale. Content developed by the brand is shared organically by friends and fans to their own networks, extending the reach of the story to additional circles. The content can also be promoted through paid media to boost the reach further. Visual reference: http://www.slideshare.net/Altimeter/the-converged-media-imperative
  • The classic ad model believes that the ad is the content. Advertisers still believe that people “like” ads. Reality Check: whether on TV or social media, people don’t “like” ads. They watch TV for the shows. They visit Facebook to connect with their friends. The convergence ad model recognizes that the content is the ad. Instead of buying an ad in the right rail, Sponsored content boosts the reach of editorial content within the newsfeed itself. The “ad” isn’t distinct, pre-fabricated creative. It is the content. According to a February 2013 eMarketer report, sponsored content displayed in the newsfeed has 46 times the click-through rate of ads in the right-hand column. Since the mobile Facebook experience is ONLY the newsfeed, sponsored content is even more important in mobile. Engagement on mobile newsfeed ads is twice that of newsfeed on PC.
  • It all starts with compelling content that is relevant, visual, tailored and actionable. Relevance is the effective balance of editorial focus across the (1) brand, (2) industry and (3) community. Visual content has 5x higher engagement. The ability to tailor the voice and tone of content to audiences and platforms, while effectively representing the overarching brand narrative in social, is essential for building a base of support and extending engagement, which is amplified when a brand drives engagement through the use of distinct calls to action. With content in play, real-time analytics measure the performance of the content to understand what is resonating, and what is failing to connect with the audience. Even the best-conceived content fails to connect because of timing or attention. Measuring the engagement and sentiment about the content determines how well it is performing, and whether you should extend the reach of the content to more people. The best content generates the most engagement, which in turn drives it into the newsfeeds of friends, fans and followers. However, with Facebook reducing the organic reach of content, and the increasing density of tweets, it is harder for any content to reach a significant share of your followers organically. Sponsored stories, promoted posts, promoted tweets and featured videos extend the reach of your content. But you don’t want to boost content that is not working. Focusing on extending the reach of content that is already performing well, will ensure that your best content reaches the most people.
  • All of these changes are leading to a real-time content revolution for brands. Brands must capitalize on these changed by better integrating community management, real-time analytics and paid media. Effective community management balances content creation and community engagement, that is enhanced through compelling visuals and text. Aligning analytics with community management delivers real-time actionable insights based on performance of content and behaviors of communities. These insights can be employed to drive a lift in engagement through promoted content.
  • Edelman Digital has developed an approach for evaluating which content to boost through paid media in real time, identifying “high-performing content” based on the level of engagement, quality of sentiment, relevance of content to company priorities and geographic priority (where appropriate). Additionally, we consider who we should target the promoted content to, based on the topical relevance to specific audiences. Recognizing the half-life of social content – even high-performing social content – is limited, we apply a factor of content decay to determine whether content should continue to be promoted or whether promotion should be focused on a different piece of content.
  • Telling your brand’s story day-in and day-out isn’t easy. Community managers and creative teams generate hundreds of stories per year. However, brands have learned that not all great ideas come from within the walls of the company or its agency. In fact, many of the best pictures come from fans and enthusiasts who love the brand and are sharing great stories about the brand each and every day. Disclosure: Volkswagen is an Edelman client.
  • Brands are focusing on creating original content and curating great content from fans, bloggers and influencers. Curation is an important part of brands’ content strategy. Brands generate original content through their owned channels. When fans, bloggers and influencers create content along similar themes or specifically using the same hashtags, the brand is able to find them and amplify this content on its owned channels as well, striking a balance between original and sourced content created by the community. High-performing posts that resonate with the community can then be boosted through promoted posts. Seeing the success of such efforts, the brand adds the author to its contact list to further develop the relationship. Each element is tracked for ROI from the paid, owned and earned efforts. Disclosure: HP is an Edelman client.
  • Visual storytelling has come into focus. 300 million photos are uploaded to Facebook each day. Highly visual platforms such as Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram are surging in traffic and attention. Tumblr is moving up the list of the most popular social networks in the world. Tumblr’s monthly unique visitor count increased by 100% to 26.9 million between July 2011 and 2012, according to Marketing Land reports.This puts Tumblr, the five-year-old microblog founded in New York, neck and neck with Pinterest which collects more than 23 million uniques a month, according to statistics from Site Analytics which tracks how many visitors sites collect in the U.S. Instagram has more than 100 million users. According to TechCrunch, over 5 billion photos have been shared on the platform. After the release of the Android app and acquisition by Facebook, Instagram downloads surged to eight times higher than inthe previous year. GE Instagram127,708 followersBehind the scenes of GEJohnnie Walker Instagram CampaignOverview: Johnnie Walker wanted to be a top-20 brand on Instagram to complement their 4 million strong Facebook presence. They asked their fans for help, partnering with leading Instagrammers to take over the @JOHNNIEWALKER Instagram feed and each tell a brand related story. The month-long campaign launched in late August. Recognizing the good work, Instagram is featuring the new Johnnie Walker page as a suggested page.Insight: Influencers and/or paid media are the quickest way to build a base of fans quickly for a new property. There is also great power in Suggested Pages.
  • When Facebook switched to a more visually-oriented Timeline in early 2012, engagement with visual content increased significantly. According to a Simply Measured analysis, visual content generates 5x more engagement than non-visual content on Facebook. Since the launch of Timeline, engagement with visual content has increased 52%. Johnnie Walker is a great example of a brand turning to more visual content to engage with fans. Johnnie Walker wanted to be a top-20 brand on Instagram to complement its4 million strong Facebook presence. They asked their fans for help, partnering with leading Instagrammers to take over the @JOHNNIEWALKER Instagram feed and each tell a brand related story. They also prominently featured fan-generated Instagram photos on its popular Facebook page, leveraging existing fan love to launch in a new platform. The month-long campaign launched in late August. Recognizing the good work, Instagram featured the new Johnnie Walker page as a suggested page. As with the Johnnie Walker example, brands who build relationships with established influencers on a platform can build a base of fans quickly and effectively. Disclosure: Johnnie Walker is an Edelman client.
  • Visual storytelling is also driving a surge in consumption of mobile video, with significant increases in mobile video views. Over the last two years, the audience for mobile video in the US has increased by 77% to 36 million people. This will continue to increase as the smartphone revolution expands and tablet sales explode. We are already seeing some client video campaigns generate 25-50% of all video views on mobile devices.
  • Twitter’s purchase of social video service Vine is driving a renewed interest in bite-sized video that is deeply integrated into social platforms. Look for brands, social platforms, and startups to focus increasing attention on social video in the coming year. Lessons from brand experiments with Tout, and early experiments with Vine, will continue to draw attention.McDonald’s.Skylanders and Toyota have each jumped in with games, fans and a stop motion ad to start. Disclaimer: Skylanders is an Activision client.
  • There is more content than ever in social and digital media. Each minute, there are 1.7 million Facebook posts, 2.8 million YouTube views, and 275,000 tweets. We comb through 200 million email and 5.6 million texts per minute. In an attempt to find the information we are looking for, there are 2.1 million Google searches per minute as well.
  • People have to find a way to filter through all this information.
  • First and foremost, people filter content based on time. They are either online or not. They are either on Facebook and Twitter or they are not. This is critically important for brands to consider, because the half-life of social content can be measured in hours. 90% of Facebook engagement happens in the first three hours of a post. Similarly, 92% of retweets occur within the first hour. If you post when people are paying attention, nobody will see it.
  • People also filter content based on the medium. Visual content is far more engaging than simple text content. Pictures are easier to identify and digest in the newsfeed. They stand out and call for attention. As a result, Facebook posts that contain photos have 5x more engagement than those that do not.
  • The platforms themselves – particularly Facebook – are also filtering the content that you see. Over the last year, as the number of people actively using Facebook has surpassed one billion, and as the number of brands who are actively posting on Facebook continues to increase, Facebook has continued to update its algorithm to better filter the exponential increase in content on the platform. As a result, brands are seeing their content reaching only 8 percent of their audience members on average. This is not an absolute number. Brands with higher engagement are rewarded with greater organic reach. Conversely, brands that post content that doesn’t resonate with their fan base are seeing their reach continue to shrink.
  • All of these changes are leading to a real-time, creative content revolution for brands. In order to compete, brands must be able to create engaging, visual content that connects with consumers about the things they are thinking and talking about in near real-time.Brands must capitalize on these changes by better integrating community management, real-time analytics creative, and paid media. Aligning analytics with community management delivers real-time actionable insights based on behaviors of communities and the social conversation at large. Teaming up community management with creative balances allows us to tell stories that are more compelling and more likely to break through. Analytics is back on the case to monitor performance of content and these insights can be employed to drive a lift in engagement through promoted content.
  • Brands have the opportunity – and increasingly, the requirement – to create compelling real-time content that is conversation aware and creative. For example, when the Space Shuttle Endeavour was on its final voyage across the US, the topic surged in attention, becoming the #2 trend on Twitter. Millions of people on Twitter, Facebook and other social channels were talking about it. Consumer-friendly brands such as Volkswagen took note and decided to join the conversation. It would have been perfectly acceptable to write a simple, congratulatory note and post it to Facebook. For example, “VW is excited to celebrate the final journey of the Shuttle Endeavour. What an adventure it has been.”
  • Instead, the Volskwagen social media team put its own visual VW spin on the story. With discussion about the new VW Beetle convertible starting to bubble up about the same time, the VW social team took an image of the Shuttle Endeavour being transported on the back of a 747 and updated it with an image of a “VW Shuttlebug.” The post simply said: “SPOTTED: Shuttlebug.” The community went wild for it, sharing the image nearly 2,000 times. In fact, the post generated 6 times the engagement of the typical visual post on the VW Facebook page. Combining a popular conversation with a compelling image works.
  • A number of brands also capitalized on the popularity of the Shuttle Endeavour’s final flight to tell their own stories. As the Space Shuttle Endeavour criss-crossed the state of California atop a massive jumbo jet, the Endeavour started trending nationally. Monitoring Twitter and other social channels in real time, social newsroom teams spotted that the trend and alerted community managers, who developed real-time creative responses within an hour.
  • While the Shuttle Endeavour trend was the same, different brands joined the conversation in their own unique ways. The Adobe Lightroom team chose to tell its story though stunning, original photography taken by the team as the Endeavour flew near its offices in the Bay Area. Microsoft’s social team channeled the classic Clippie helper to ask if the 747 pilot needed a helping hand to guide the Shuttle home. Each channel approached the same story in a unique manner, befitting its brand and community. As a result, each saw a 400-600% increase in engagement, compared to other visual content on the pages. Disclosure: Volkswagen, Adobe and Microsoft are Edelman clients.
  • These successes don’t happen by accident. They require a combination of people, processes and tools to turn an insight into the conversation into engaging creative in real-time. Community managers and trendspotters actively monitor the conversation for opportunities. Using a mix of proprietary resources and social trending tools, they sort through potential opportunities to identify the ones that would resonate the most with the particular community based on demographic, psychographic and behavioral insights about the community. Teams coordinate with a newsroom editor and studio designers to turn the idea into creative reality within a few hours.
  • There are a number of models for how the Creative Newsroom can work for a brand. Trendspottercampaigns are designed to help brands be more interesting and more relevant in the newsfeed. The Creative Newsroom team actively monitors the online conversation for stories and trends that have reached a tiping point and are relevant to the brand’s audience. We pick the best and create original, real-time content to keep your community engaged. Newsroom Campaign is your opportunity to turn a launch into a cultural milestone. The Campaign approach helps to ensure that conversation about launches and milestones don’t end with your announcement. The Newsroom Campaign extends the conversation about you by demonstrating relevance to the trends and topics that people are already talking about. For example, OREOs Daily Twist turned the 100th anniversary of the brand into a 100-day celebration made newly relevant to the news of the day. The Daily Desk is the most ambitious offering. The Daily Desk is designed to ensure that a brand isn’t just catching trends, but defining them, as a trendmaker. While the conversation changes every day, with new stories, new trends and new ideas, the Daily Desk helps companies spot and jump on them quickly – every day. Each morning, the Newsroom team meets to debate the stories of the day and pick the surging conversations that are most relevant to the brand. Within hours, the team has developed a creative response that helps to demonstrate that you are the most relevant brand in the feed by connecting with your audience about the things they’re talking about today, or the fascinating things they have yet to discover. It is designed to help you spot a trend, create a meme, and become the next cultural guidepost.
  • Brands were put to the test recently when the Superdome power outage caused half the stadium to go dark and the world’s most watched TV event come to a grinding halt. Oreo, Audi, Volkswagen and Tide rose to the occasion, developing timely, engaging, visual content that capturing audience attention and changed the storyline about which marketers won the Super Bowl. Edelman had 7 real-time command centers active for clients during the Super Bowl, compared to only one in the previous year. This will continue to evolve in increase, not just for the Super Bowl, but for other major events, and for some brands, the every day.
  • Last summer, Paul Adams, the Global Head of Brand Design for Facebook, talked about Facebook’s philosophy for how brands should engage on the platform. It is the idea that brands should focus on having many lightweight interactions over time, rather than trying to invite fans to have a deep experience with the brand right out of the gate. Analyzing the average posting frequency and engagement rates for brands on Facebook and Twitter, Adams’ perspective is strongly supported. For brands that post 1-2x per day (totaling 500 posts per year), an average attention rate of 10% would mean that a fan would see 50 posts per year. Similarly, for brands that tweet 4-5 times per day (totaling 1,500 tweets per year), an average attention rate of 3% would mean each follower would see 50 tweets on average per year. In other words, brands have 50 chances to make an impression with each fan each year. If the first five times you talk to a fan, you ask them to BUY, BUY, BUY or DOWNLOAD, INSTALL, MARRY ME, fans will be turned off and turned away. You need to earn their trust over time, by mixing lightweight content about the issues they care about with brand and product-specific information making a more direct pitch.
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  • Epic events transcend space, time and media. The combination of breaking news, exclusive access and competition was a winning formula for excitement, attention and conversation.Few brands have been able to build their own epic memes better than Red Bull, because they dive into them head first. Red Bull doesn't just put up a banner at the X Games, they build a snow ramp for Shaun White. They don't just sponsor a music festival, they launch a record label. And when that’s not enough, they break a world record by helping someone sky dive from space. RedBullStratos was an epic marketing win. 8 million people watched the Livestream; seven million people engaged in social. And Red Bull was everywhere.
  • After Red Bull Stratos, if anyone could own the conversation on space it was Red Bull. For the month following the space jump, anytime someone talked about space, the conversation invariably included a mention of the Red Bull space jump. They jumped on the association, engaging people and brands that were doing cool things that were space-related. When a Skylanders dad launched his son’s Tree Rex figure into space onboard a high altitude balloon, @SkylandersGame celebrated the epic achievement by a Skylanders fan. @RedBullStratos spotted the conversation on Twitter and joined in the celebration, tweeting that “Tree Rex needs his wings too,” creating a second spike in conversation. Disclosure: Activision/Skylanders is an Edelman client.
  • The launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops II was an epic gaming, TV and social media event, with 2 million tweets, posts and photos posted during the launch. Spike TV hosted a live TV broadcast from Times Square. The broadcast featured stories about Call of Duty fans, highlights from live events around the country, interviews with Treyarch studio head Mark Lamia, and gameplay between New York Giants football players and US troops abroad. The show was fueled by live tweets, photos and videos from fans around the world, demonstrating the power of social media to drive entertainment. Disclosure: Activision/Call of Duty is an Edelman client.
  • One of the stories being written in the analysis of digital and social media in the 2012 presidential campaign is the supremacy of Big Data to help the Obama campaign be able to segment, target and mobilize supporters more effectively than the Romney campaign. But the most important part of the Big Data story isn’t about data, it’s about people. By combining databases and overlaying social profiles against such data, brands (and campaigns) are able to see that the names they see in their databases aren’t just an email address or a phone numbers, but actual people. Knowing who they really are enables brands to turn the data into prescriptive actions, syncing online with people in the real world. The campaigns used this to create prescriptive asks for individual people, rather than just generic models for broad categorizations. As service providers such as Salesforce and Adobe help brands better merge, align and act based on data drawn from all of their available digital, CRM, social, psychographic, behavioral, partner and customer databases, they will be able to better target offers, service and engagement to individual people rather than clusters of people.
  • Brands are moving beyond simple demographic and psychographic data to ever-more sophisticated ways to understand, target and engage customers.
  • Platforms are providing additional opportunities for brands to target subsets of their current and prospective fans. Facebook has enabled advertisers to target based on interest, geography and activity for a while. Tools offered by Micro Strategy and other providers allow you to develop significantly more sophisticated clusters based on brand affinities drawn from millions of data profile inputs. Targeting tools allow you to create clusters that can be matched against or filtered with exclusions based on data pulled from your other sources, such as email lists. Facebook Groups are also providing brands with opportunities for fans with similar interests to convene, such as CNN’s issue- and geography-specific groups. Apps such as Super Fans can also provide information about and rewards for individual fans based on their engagement with the page. Brands can even create sub-groups for their most active fans only, inviting them to participate in unique programs with the brand. The advent of Graph Search will enable every Facebook user to be able to search and segment by interest more easily. Twitter’s Targeted Tweets programs allows you to serve tweets to people based on specific interests. You can even promote tweets to individuals who fit the customer profiles of your competitors, helping to fuel conquesting on the platform.
  • People may start following a brand because they like the product; but they continue to follow because they enjoy the conversation. For all of the serious insights and recommendations in this report, we cannot forget to have a little fun. After all, according to Edelman’s 8095 survey, 8 in 10 Millennials expect brands to entertain them. In fact, the 2012 Edelman Trust in Entertainment Barometer found that people think social networking sites have the highest value as an entertainment source; higher than films, music and even TV. Social media is serious business. But it’s also personal and engaging.
  • Brands such as Taco Bell and Old Spice have learned the value of have a little fun with the brand in social. This has played out in terms of popular campaigns such as the Old Spice Man. But the same attitude is also displayed in their daily interactions with fans and other brands. Fans follow brands because they like the brand, but also because they are interested in learning what the brand has to say. Saying it in character can lead to some entertaining opportunities. When @OldSpice asked @TacoBell “Why is it that “fire” sauce isn’t made with any real fire? Seems like false advertising,” @TacoBell responded with a quick retort, tweeting: “@OldSpiceIs your deodorant made with really old spices?” Not to be outdone, @OldSpice came back with a tweet of its own: “@TacoBellDepends. Do you consider volcanos, tanks and freedom to be spices?”The exchange generated hundreds of retweets and even some good ole fashioned media coverage. It’s not every day that a deodorant and a restaurant have a conversation. But it is becoming more common.
  • Not to be outdone by Taco Bell and Old Spice, OREO wanted to have a little fun by tweeting “Ever bring your own Oreo cookies to the movie theatre? #slicksnacker”. But the social media manager at @AMCTheatres was none too amused. He replied “NOT COOL, COOKIE.” Four hundred retweets later, @AMCTheatres had the last laugh, and a fair amount of respect.
  • Tendencias en social media

    1. 1. TENDENCIAS ESENCIALES DEL SOCIAL MEDIA DE HOY Cecilia Saia Account Supervisor | @CeciSaia Victoria Rojas Senior Account Executive | @FromHellen
    3. 3. MOBILE FIRST! 3
    4. 4. MOBILE FIRST! 61 % de los usuarios de Smartphones acceden a sus redes sociales desde sus dispositivos móviles. Todas las nuevas características de Facebook son diseñadas primero para dispositivos móviles, como plataforma principal Instagram se vendió por mil millones de dolares teniendo una base 100% móvil. Es un canal de contenidos en sí mismo. 4
    5. 5. Websites Redes Sociales BUSCADORES La tecnología móvil y el comportamiento con la misma, están en el centro del ecosistema digital, incluyendo web, social media y actividades de búsqueda. INTERACCIÓN SOCIAL MOBILE EN EL MEDIO Paid Media 5
    6. 6. MARKETING BASADO EN APP Hay historias que pueden contarse a través de aplicaciones que representan la personalidad de una marca. 6
    7. 7. OPTIMIZAR CONTENIDO PARA DISTINTOS CANALES 90% de los usuarios usa múltiples pantallas secuencialmente 17 MINUTOS 43 MINUTOS 39 MINUTOS 43 MINUTOS 8 Source: Google
    8. 8. LAS ACTIVIDADES SE INICIAN EN SMARTPHONES Comienza en Smartphone 65% 47% 65% 63% BUSCAR NAVEGAR Continúa en PC 60% 58% 61% 45% 56% 58% 48% Luego en tablet 4% 5% 4% 3% 3% 8% 8% COMPRAS ORGANIZAR ONLINE UN VIAJE 59% MANEJAR FINANZAS 66% SOCIAL NETWORK 56% MIRAR VIDEOS 9 Source: Google
    10. 10. CONVERGENCIA DE MEDIOS Las personas buscan consumer contenido, no publicidad. La convergencia de los medios pagos, propios y ganados proporciona la oportunidad para lograr medios ganados a escala. La diferencia entre ellos es cada vez más borrosa. MEDIOS PAGOS Contenido de marca promocionado Ads Tradicionales MEDIOS PROPIOS Contenido Corporativo CONVERGED MEDIA Clientes esponsoreados Contenido de marca que es compartido MEDIOS GANADOS Orgánico Visual Reference: Altimeter Group 11
    11. 11. MODELO DE LA CONVERGENCIA La publicidad tiende a ser Nativa. El modelo de la convergencia reconoce que el CONTENIDO es nuestra mejor publicidad. PATROCINADO Historias Patrocinadas (Facebook) 46x más de CTR que los Ads publicados a la derecha. MARKETPLACE AMIGOS 12
    14. 14. AMPLIFICAR CON PAID MEDIA Identificar el contenido de mayor performance y promocionar con paid media. Detalles Cuál es nuestro presupuesto? Si El contenido alcanzó el umbral de participación? Hay un sentimiento positivo? El contenido está alineado a nuestro objetivos sociales? Quién es nuestro Target? No NO PROMOCIONAR Por cuánto tiempo? 15
    16. 16. AMPLIFICAR CONTENIDO Contenido de fans, blogs y canales creativos • Buscar permanentemente el contenido de fans, blogs y canales creativos. • Los entusiastas de la marca pueden compartir buenas historias e imágenes de la misma todos los días. 17
    17. 17. AMPLIFICAR CONTENIDO Estableciendo un proceso de curación y amplificación CREAR/PUBLI CAR ESCUCHAR CURAR PROMOCIONAR TARGET MEDIR 18
    19. 19. FOCO EN HISTORIAS VISUALES Crecimiento de tráfico y atención en sitios visuales 25 +300 million de fotos se suben a Facebook POR DÍA MILLIONS + 20 15 Tumblr 10 5 Pinterest Instagram 0 UNIQUE MONTHLY VISITORS OVER THE YEAR 20
    20. 20. FOCO DEL CONTENIDO VISUAL 5x 1 más engagement en Facebook 21
    21. 21. FOCO DEL CONTENIDO VISUAL Videos vistos y compartidos a través de dispositivos móviles. 5.0% Combinado 3.8% 2.5% Tablet Smart Phone 1.3% MONTHLY 2012 Source: Ooyala Global Video Index Report, Q2 2012 22
    22. 22. VINE E INSTAGRAM Habilitan nuevos formatos de video corto 23
    23. 23. CREATIVE NEWSROOM 24
    26. 26. FILTRAMOS SEGÚN EL TIEMPO El contenido pierde interés rápidamente. Si los usuarios no lo ven en las primeras tres horas nunca lo verán. % 90 % 92 engagement de Facebook sucede en las primeras 3 horas de publicado de retweets suceden en la primer hora 27
    27. 27. AGREGAR CONTENIDO VISUAL Nuestros cerebros filtran lo visual de lo no visual. Las imágenes son mejores y más fáciles de identificar e interactuar en un newsfeed. 28
    28. 28. FACEBOOK TAMBIÉN FILTRA 100% 16% 8% MITO: 100% organic reach FEBRERO 2012: Facebook anunció un promedio del 16% reach de contenido de marcas. SEPTIEMBRE 2012: Facebook redujo a un promedio del 8% 29
    30. 30. ENTONCES PODRÍAMOS TRANSFORMAR ESTO… “VW está contento de celebrar el viaje final del Shuttle Endeavour. ¡Qué aventura!” 31
    31. 31. …EN ESTO 32
    32. 32. CREATIVE NEWSROOM EN ACCIÓN Shuttle Endeavour Trending Topic nacional Equipos de Newsroom lo detectan Community Managers desarrollan la creatividad en tiempo real 33
    33. 33. ADAPTACIÓN A MARCA Y AUDIENCIA Los posteos de un Newsroom generan un 400-600% más de engagement Adobe Lightroom Photo Album: Microsoft Clippie: Stunning Pictures Classic Microsoft, Techie Humor 34
    34. 34. UN TRABAJO ESPECIALIZADO EQUIPO PROCESO Equipo multidisciplinario con diversos backgrounds para servir a la marca proceso de 3 pasos para funcionar efectivamente HERRAMIENTAS Herramientas basadas en la cultura popular, del consumidor y las particularidades de la comunidad 35
    35. 35. CÓMO IMPLEMENTARLO Diferentes modelos disponibles dependiendo de las necesidades de la marca CAZADOR DE TENDENCIAS CAMPAÑAS DAILY DESK 36
    36. 36. THE BLACKOUT BOWL La oportunidad para brillar de Creative Newsroom Cuando se cortó la luz en el Superdomo, los equipos de Creative Newsroom de las marcas trabajaron para darle luz a sus canales de redes sociales. 37
    38. 38. 50 OPORTUNIDADES PARA LLAMAR LA ATENCIÓN No busques ganar el partido en el primer tiro. Contenido Total Por Canal CAPTAR INTERÉS Tasa de Atención 500 posts por año 10% 1.500 tweets por año 3% Consumo Por Persona 50 posts por persona 50 tweets por persona PROFUNDIZAR ENGAGEMENT 39
    41. 41. EVENTOS ÉPICOS ROMPEN CON LOS ESTÁNDARES DE ATENCIÓN Los eventos “épicos” trascienden el tiempo, el espacio y los medios. La combinación de noticias de último momento, accesos exclusivos y competencias ayudan a lograr la emoción, atención y conversación. 42
    42. 42. EXTENDER CONVERSACIONES ÉPICAS A PARTIR DE UNA PARTICIPACIÓN OPORTUNA. Cuando un padre lanzó el Tree Rex de Skylander de su hijo al espacio, @RedBullStratos felicitó a Tree Rex en Twitter, creando un pico adicional en la conversación en línea 43 43
    43. 43. DARLE VIDA SOCIAL A LA TV EN VIVO Para el lanzamiento de Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Activision se asoció con Spike TV para un show de medianoche en vivo, con tweets, fotos e historias de los aficionados de todo el mundo. 44
    45. 45. ENGAGEMENT SOCIAL UNO-A-UNO Las personas son PERSONAS, no sólo una dirección de mail o un teléfono. 46
    47. 47. ENGAGMENT SOCIAL UNO-A-UNO Segmentación basada en intereses y engagement INTERESES GEOGRAFÍA ACTIVIDAD 48
    48. 48. JUEGO DE MARCAS 49
    49. 49. JUEGO DE MARCAS Hacer que la personalidad de tu marca brille @TacoBell Why is it that “fire” sauce isn’t made with any real fire? Seems like false advertising. @OldSpice @OldSpice Is your deodorant made with really old spices? @TacoBell @TacoBell Depends. Do you consider volcanos, tanks and freedom to be spices? 50
    50. 50. JUEGO DE MARCAS Hacer que la personalidad de tu marca brille Ever bring your own Oreo cookies to the movie theatre? #slicksnacker @Oreo NOT COOL, COOKIE. RT @AMCTheatres 51
    51. 51. ¡GRACIAS! Cecilia Saia | @cecisaia Victoria Rojas | @FromHellen @EdelmanBA Copyright ©2013 Daniel J. Edelman, Inc. All rights reserved. All information contained herein is confidential and proprietary to Daniel J. Edelman, Inc. (“Edelman”).