Why Facebook will become the centre of your marketing strategy and what you can do about it

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Why Facebook will become the centre of your marketing strategy and what you can do about it

  1. 1. Why Facebook will become the centre of your marketing strategy <br />And what you can do about it <br />Jamie Riddell <br />CEO Digital Tomorrow Today <br />@jamieriddell<br />
  2. 2. Global Facebook<br />687 million global users (end of June 2011)<br />No other social network is CLOSE! <br />
  3. 3. National Facebook<br />Facebook is ranked 2nd in the UK most popular sites:<br />1. Google (33.9 million) <br />2. Facebook<br />3. MSN/WindowsLive/Bing (26.2 million) <br />4. BBC<br />5. Yahoo!<br />6. YouTube<br />7. Amazon<br />8. Microsoft<br />9. eBay<br />10. Wikipedia <br />Source: Neilson June 2011<br />
  4. 4. Local Facebook<br />60,000 people in Ipswich (+18 km radius) <br />51,280 people in Colchester (only) <br />3,700 in Stowmarket<br />122,360 in Norwich <br />
  5. 5. That Facebook Drop <br />687 Million Users!! <br />A small drop is not the beginning the end, but the start of mainstream maturity <br />Expect measurements of dwell time, stickiness and horizontal integration to be the future metrics<br />Just like Microsoft, Yahoo & Google before them…<br />
  6. 6. How Facebook will Directly Affect your marketing<br />In this section we review how your current online marketing activity will be affected directly by Facebook <br />The subsequent session will deal with how Facebook will indirectly affect your marketing <br />
  7. 7. Facebook Impacts as a marketing platform <br />Facebook’s size of audience means we need to be there<br />The continued success and growth of Facebook [in part] comes from its ability to offer a wide basket of marketing solutions <br />Combining audience size with opportunity and the power of social recommendation makes Facebook an attractive marketing opportunity <br />
  8. 8. Media Spend Grabs Attention <br />Ad Spend on Facebook grows 280% in one year <br />31 % of all US Ad Impressions appeared on Facebook <br />Next biggest was Yahoo with 10.1% <br />Major brands & small businesses now harnessing Facebook for advertising<br />
  9. 9. The Power of Social Recommendation<br />Facebook was early to adopt social advocacy as a core part of its marketing offering<br />Brands that have a presence on FB will benefit from higher response rates when coupled with social advocacy <br />
  10. 10. Your Display Advertising<br />Display advertising can work for both brand awareness and profitable response campaigns<br />Facebook opportunities combine these options with the social advocacy and targeting options <br />New solutions are being rolled out to boost display with other Facebook attributes <br />This latest unit ‘Conversations’ allows brands to instigate conversations which boost engagement with the brand and sharing with friends <br />
  11. 11. Your Customer Retention (CRM)<br />CRM is more than just sending emails<br />Facebook covers both angles:<br />‘Fan’ Pages allow brands to connect with their audience and interact by engaging, sharing and rewarding their fans <br /> Facebook Message Center will start to impact ‘traditional’ email campaigns <br />
  12. 12. Your email address will be defined by your vanity url<br />www.facebook.com/messages<br />jamieriddell@facebook.com<br />
  13. 13. Your Customer Engagement<br />Fan Pages can keep your customers engaged<br />Facebook Groups offer the opportunity for creation of consumer pools <br />These could be used to discussed one aspect of a business that is not relevant to the majority of fan page followers <br />These could be VIP’s or special groups for new product development<br />A group is more about collaboration than ‘broadcasting’ <br />
  14. 14. Bing Facebook tie up was the first to bring social flavored search results<br />Looking for a new mac? The search results will be flavoured with personal recommendation <br />If you sell macs, ensure people are ‘favouriting’ your site or Fan Page <br />Bing search results will also start to appear in Facebook <br />
  15. 15. Your E-Commerce<br />Hello F-Commerce<br />Using solutions such as Wishpot, Payvment & BigCommerce are helping small businesses sell directly on Facebook <br />These tools also offer the opportunity for social sharing and discounts <br />All offer Credit Card and Paypal Methods of Payment <br />
  16. 16. F-Commerce Stats<br />The The top 3 brands on Facebook (by fans) all sell directly on Facebook - Coca-Cola (24m), Starbucks (20m) and Disney (19m)<br />f-store conversion rates are on a par with web-stores at 2-4% (avg. 3.4%, according to Forrester/Shop.org)<br />Facebook users spend 1.5x more online that other Internet users<br />Facebook users now spend 1/3 of their online time on Facebook.<br />17% of Facebook users who say simply having the ability to ‘Like’ a brand makes them more likely to buy<br />
  17. 17. Facebook Credits<br />Credits are coming<br />The ability to buy virtual and real goods on Facebook with their own currency<br />Massive potential to offer another convenient method of purchasing <br />Potential to offer credits are rewards for engagement, sharing or more <br />The ability to buy credits over the counter opens up the younger and lower demographic audiences for online purchasing <br />
  18. 18. Your Mobile Strategy<br />“There are more than 200 million active users [40 percent] currently accessing Facebook through their mobile devices. <br />People that use Facebook on their mobile devices are twice as active on Facebook as non-mobile users.”<br /> Facebook, January 2011<br />
  19. 19. Mobile Updates<br />
  20. 20. Facebook Mobile<br />Facebook, Google, Maps & Weather apps are the most popular downloads in the USA<br />Facebook access on mobiles also grows to impact check ins through Facebook Places <br />
  21. 21. Facebook Places & Deals<br />Places offers the consumer an ability to check in and share their location<br />Offers brands the ability to:<br />‘Own’ their location <br />Understand more about their visitors<br />Offer social promotions and incentives <br />
  22. 22. Mobile & F-Commerce<br />In two years time I expect to pay for my coffee through my phone<br />This could be a combination of:<br />NFC enabled ‘phone<br />F-Commerce & Credits <br />Its already happening with Hyves in Holland <br />
  23. 23. Your Offline Strategy <br />Let your customers know you are on Facebook <br />Don’t just add the sticker<br />Give them the link <br />Tell them what benefits they could have by following you on Facebook <br />www.facebook.com/digitaltommorrowtoday<br />
  24. 24. Future: In Game Branding<br />For example, IAMPLAYR football game offers ‘real’ rewards for the virtual game and real brands in the game.<br />NB – it’s still in private Beta but we can get you an invite <br />
  25. 25. Facebook impacts the wider industry <br />
  26. 26. Bing Facebook <br />Bing are working to broaden the Facebook integration of search results <br />
  27. 27. Your Own Site <br />Facebook can now improve your own site<br />Facebook Badges for connection <br />Facebook Comments <br />Facebook Insights<br />
  28. 28. Google +1<br />The Facebook Like ‘Killer’ – same principle<br />+ 1 allows Google users to ‘vote up’ their favourite site, page which then impacts your search results <br />In time this will also impact quality scores & how much you will pay for AdWords<br />
  29. 29. Liking becomes a standard measurement<br />
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  31. 31. Google + <br />Circles – share content with various groups of friends, such as colleagues, family or classmates. In this way, you can share content relevant to that particular group of contacts.<br />Sparks – gather and enjoy content based on your interests and likes. Sparks will collect the content for you based on what you’re interested in, so that you always have a steady stream of content to enjoy and share.<br />Hangouts – connect with friends in a new and unique way. Instant Messengers don’t always fit the bill, but Google believes that Hangouts will. Google+ allows for fluid, enjoyable on-screen hangouts with your friends.<br />Mobile – Google+ will be fully integrated into your device, utilizing your phones basic functions (GPS, Camera, etc) to create an immersive mobile Google+ experience.<br />
  32. 32. What You can do about it <br />
  33. 33. Embrace It <br />Facebook earns its relevance through scale alone <br />Look at the opportunities that work for your business and aims <br />Try some of the elements on Facebook and off Facebook <br />If you have a log in requirement, maybe offer Facebook login as well (not instead of) <br />Add Facebook Insights to your site, in addition to other reporting mechanisms <br />Ensure your customers can find you wherever they wish to <br />
  34. 34. But not too much! <br />Remember ’being on Facebook’ IS NOT a marketing strategy <br />Other channels are still available<br />Twitter <br />Paid Search <br />Natural Search <br />Display Advertising <br />They all have a role to play depending on the requirement <br />They all work depending on the costs! <br />
  35. 35. Ownership<br />If Facebook is where the fish are you need to be fishing there <br />BUT the fish move on sometimes <br />Shall we talk about Bebo, Myspace? <br />MrZuckerberg owns the fishing rights and can change the rules rapidly<br />Work hard to ensure Facebook connections become real connections – mailing lists, contacts, leads – things you can own away from Facebook<br />
  36. 36. What did I forget?<br />
  37. 37. Any Questions? <br />Presentation will be available on <br />www.facebook.com/digitaltomorrowtoday<br />www.facebook.com/SuffolkDigital<br />Please come and say hi<br />Please Share !<br />

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