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Bloomberg - OpenID Retail Summit at PayPal

  1. 1. OIDF Social Media for Retailers SummitMarch 8th, 2011<br />Rob Harles<br />Bloomberg LP<br />Global Head of Social Media<br />
  2. 2. Overview<br />Objectives<br />To drive greater adoption of registration by Sears customers (previous registration rates were extremely low) <br />Enhance the levels of overall customer engagement: UVs, page views, UGC, sharing<br />Deployment<br />JanRain RPX application to enable social login across customer communities, core e-commerce sites and loyalty programs<br />Results<br />Easier registration and login for customers, social publishing to main social networks e.g. reviews and comments, connections and access to multiple shopping accounts through SSO<br />Key benefits to Sears: increased registration, greater profile detail and targeting around customer accounts, increased customer engagement <br />Lessons Learned<br />Users of OpenID and Social were more frequent shoppers and on average spent more<br />Improve customer call to action from the start; when messaging improved so too did adoption and usage<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Deployment<br />Data<br />Significant Increase (3x) in registrations, 1000-1500 logins/week in the first months<br />Social publishing enabled across platform, drove over 300K reviews in 2010<br />Enhanced SEO and referral traffic (Community generates over 1.7M UVs/month)<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Social Publishing<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Requests<br />For the technology<br />More bi-direction functions to enable sharing across social graph<br />Group creation across platforms<br />Portable reputation and badging<br />For the service providers<br />ID and social network providers …make it more visible and articulate the benefits <br />System integrators or other third party aggregators could make the user experience more seamless, widgets that can be deployed easily to personalize the user experience off network.<br />Is there a use case for one portable shopping cart/purse that can be used across vendors?<br />5<br />
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