Real-Time Capture of Consumer Brand Encounters for 360°Media Optimization and Consumer Insights

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At the Advertising Research Foundation’s (ARF) 2011 annual re:think convention, a key issues forum presentation was held entitled Real-Time Capture of Consumer Brand Encounters for 360°Media Optimization and Consumer Insights. The presentation offers insights about brand marketing. Dr. Walter Carl-Founder, Chief Research Officer of ChatThreads gives the presentation.

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Real-Time Capture of Consumer Brand Encounters for 360°Media Optimization and Consumer Insights

  1. 1. Real-Time Capture of ConsumerBrand Encounters for 360°Media Optimization andConsumer Insights Dr. Walter Carl Founder, Chief Research Officer ChatThreads
  2. 2. THINK ABOUT The hummus you eat, the small kitchen applianceyou own, or the software you useNOW THINK ABOUT the $4 million, the $40 million orthe $400 million these brands spend to reach youWONDER how much consumers actually notice the brandsand how they affect your desire to purchase?SO DO THE BRAND MARKETERS
  3. 3. The Problem for Brand Marketers WHEN DO CONSUMERS ACTUALLY NOTICE MY BRAND? AND HOW DO THESE ENCOUNTERS IMPACT PURCHASE?
  4. 4. Past Mousetraps • What marketers do v. what consumers experience • Recall v. real-time • Results when you need them v. results when you get them
  5. 5. A Better Mousetrap Real-Time Data Validated 360° Encounters Consumer-Centric Competitive Set Purchase Behavior Insight Time-Series Modeling Plan + Optimize
  6. 6. How It Works: Communities + Mobile 1 Participant records brand, Coke Zero touchpoint and experience Concert 3 via SMS, app, or Very positive browser button. Participants are recruited through 10:50 am; 10/21/10 Time/date is auto 3rd party sources such as brand stamped and geolocated, Boston, MA and proprietary communities, if enabled. loyalty card programs. 4 Pictures of the touchpoint can be added to record. EVENTS2 5 “He said itParticipant encounters Participants can also Tastes justa brand touchpoint. add notes. like Coke…”
  7. 7. Consumer Research, Consumer LifeImage Credits:Mobile phone Starbucks: percentotechblog.com; Foursquare Check-in: psbblog.com; Flickr photo stream: dpstyles.tumblr.com
  8. 8. Validation Methods • Time/date stamps • Geo-location • Shopper card data • Sales volume data • Internal coherence and consistency in participant reports
  9. 9. Actionable Insights for Marketers• Impressions purchased to actual encounters• Above the line and below the line impact• Capturing experiences in the moment uncovers new insights
  10. 10. Impressions Purchased v.Actual Encounters27% of consumers actually noticed Brand 4’s TV ads in a 7-day period(requiring 16% of its paid media budget) while only 9% of consumersactually noticed Brand 5’s TV ads (11% of its budget).But it cost Brand 4 seven times more than Brand 5 for only three timesas many consumers to notice their TV ads. TV TOUCHPOINT BRAND 4 BRAND 5 % Consumers Encountered 27% 9% % Paid Media Budget 16% 11% Cost / % Encountered (Index) 720 100Source: ChatThreads’ Small Kitchen Appliance Brand Encounter Study.Competitive media spend data provided by client.% paid media budget normalized to 7-day period during study tracking.
  11. 11. Above the Line and Below the LineBy capturing consumer experiences in the moment we can detect how the fullrange of media and marketing efforts impact consumer purchasebehavior, from interacting with the product and packaging in-store to consumerrecommendations to TV ads. TOUCHPOINT BRAND 4 BRAND 5 Baseline Purchase Probability 3.8% 3.5% In-Store: Interact 15.9% In-Store: Packaging 34.2% TV Ad 11.7% WOM 11.9% Search 8.1% Website 13.0% Shopped @ Wal-Mart 7.9% Shopped @ Target 33.8% 9.5%Source: ChatThreads’ Small Kitchen Appliance Brand Encounter Study. Table shows probability that a consumer participating in studypurchased small kitchen appliance brand during holiday shopping season. “Baseline Probability” means the likelihood a consumer wouldpurchase without encountering any statistically significant touchpoints/variables. Cells represent the increased (or decreased) probabilityof consumer purchasing the brand. Grey cell = not significant.
  12. 12. Capturing Experiences in the Moment Uncovers New Insights When people use/eat hummus: 30% of all “I use” brand encounters occur between 7-11 am, surpassing in frequency the number of encounters during lunch and dinner hours. 12.0% 10.8% 10.0% 9.7% 9.7% 8.0% 7.0% 6.5% 6.0% 5.9% 5.4% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.0% 3.8% 3.8% 4.3% 3.2% 3.2% 2.0% 2.2% 2.2% 1.1% % 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5%Encounters 0.0% 0.0% 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Time of Day
  13. 13. What Does the Future of Capturing BrandEncounters in Real-Time Look Like? • Iterative insight • Improving existing models
  14. 14. Presenter Contact Information Dr. Walter Carl Founder, Chief Research Officer ChatThreads e: Walter@ChatThreads.com p: +1 617-209-4297 www.ChatThreads.com

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