Basic digital copywriting (made for AkberDepok)

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This a presentation of mine talking about copywriting in digital for AkberDepok session.

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Basic digital copywriting (made for AkberDepok)

  1. COPY WRITING IN DIGITAL Image: www.usbtypewriter.com
  2. AGE ABOUT „IKLAN‟ OR ADVERTISING BASIC COPYWRITING THE SCOPE DIGITAL COPYWRITING HOW TO DO IT/THE TIPS NDA
  3. RESP GET A CLUE OF WHAT IS COPYWRITING WHO IS BEHIND ALL OF THAT WILL HAVE PASSION IN ADVERTISING HOPEFULLY, CAN CREATE CONTENT/COPY ONSE
  4. IKLANAdvertising [1][2] in business is a form of marketing communi- cation used to encourage, persuade, or manipulate an audience (viewers, readers or listeners; sometimes a specific group) to take or continue to take some action (wikipedia). Advertising is simply the communication of a sales or persuasive message designed to affect attitudes or behaviors toward the advertised product." - Don E. Schultz from Essentials of Advertising Strategy.
  5. Advertising Agency: Leagas Delaney, Hamburg, Germany EXP: One good thing about all followfish products: with the aid of a unique tracking code on each package, every single ingredient is trackable right to its exact source. This means full transparency – and true taste for the customer.
  6. Advertising Agency: i Latina, Mexico City, Mexico
  7. WHAT REALLY DECIDES CONSUMERS TO BUY OR NOT TO BUY IS THE CONTENT OF YOUR ADVERTISING, NOT ITS FORM – David Ogilvy
  8. Copywriting adalah mengonsep dan menulis copy untuk menyampaikan pesan (jualan) kepada pembaca/user/target
  9. PRODUK: KONDOM PERATURAN IKLAN KETAT: - TIDAK BOLEH VULGAR TERUS..GIMANA??
  10. WRITER ART COPY DIRECTOR
  11. DIGI TALDIGITAL/online is just a platform. The difference is.....?
  12. UNDERSTA NDING PEOPLE'S ONLINE BEHAVIOR
  13. INTERNET USER*in millions 59,6 72,7 83,6 93,4 Source: eMarketer, 2013 2012 2013 2014 2015
  14. female male DEMOGRAPHIC Source: : APJII, Profil Internet Indonesia, Des 2012 48,4 51,5
  15. DEMOGRAPHIC by AGE Source: : APJII, Indonesia Internet Profile, Des 2012 DIGITAL IMMIGRANT This older generation knew internet when they were an adult. Need to learn and adapt DIGITAL NATIVE This younger generation born and living in the internet era. They tend to make trends in cyber 9,9 % 11,6 % 10,9 % 9,1 % 14,2 % 11,8 % 10,9 % 10,1 % 6% 3,1 % 15 - 19 20 - 24 12 - 15 30 - 34 25 - 29 50 - 54 45 - 49 40- 44 35 - 39 55 - 59
  16. DEMOGRAPHIC by AGE Source: : APJII, Indonesia Internet Profile, Des 2012 INTERNET USER IS DOMINATED By YOUNGER GENERATION 12 – 34 years old (58,4 %) 9,9 % 11,6 % 10,9 % 9,1 % 14,2 % 11,8 % 10,9 % 10,1 % 6% 3,1 % 15 - 19 20 - 24 12 - 15 30 - 34 25 - 29 50 - 54 45 - 49 40- 44 35 - 39 55 - 59
  17. INDONESIA MEDIA CONSUMPTION TELEVISI NEWSPAPERRADIO 1 43 43,5 8,717,4 INTERNET 2 30,4 INTERNET USER IS DOMINATED By YOUNGER GENERATION 12 – 34 years Source: Nielsen, eMarketer, 2012
  18. INDONESIANS SPENT +3 HOURS ON INTERNET/DAY Source: Nielsen, eMarketer, 2012
  19. NEWS READING WORLD-WIDE INDONESIA SINGAPORE VIETNAM 69,7 194,8 75,9 55,7 Minutes Spent per visitor on News/information category: Source: Comscore Media Metrix, 2013
  20. 65,7 % 52 % 45% 1,9 % HP TABLETLAPTOPPC DEVICES USED Source: : APJII, Indonesia Internet Profile, Des 2012
  21. SPEND TIME W/ FAMILY WHAT DO THEY WHEN THEY‟RE ONLINE 87,8 68,3 62,1 57,9 22,4 18,5 5,9 68,9 11,6 SOCIAL MEDIA DL/UL VIDEO NEWS EMAIL CHATTING ONLINE GAME VIDEO CALL OTHERS BROWSING Source: : APJII, Indonesia Internet Profile, Des 2012
  22. 69 35 29 17 14 6 6 IN BED WAITING WATCHING TV SPEND TIME W/ FAMILY COMMUTER LINE MEETING/CLASS BATHROOM Source: InMobi, Mobile Media Consumption WHERE THEY ONLINE?THEIR ONLINE BEHAVIOUR In INDONESIA, PEOPLE LIKE TO USE MOBILE PHONE when THEY‟RE ALONE
  23. 43 37 36 23 20 16 16 WHATSAPP BBM LINE FB MESSENGER WECHAT KAKAOTALK SKYPE INDONESIAN LIKES TO CHAT...A LOT Source: On Device Research 2013 THEIR CHATTING HABIT INDONESIANS ARE A VERY SOCIAL AND “CHATTY” MARKET
  24. SEO DESIGN USER USABILITY USER EXPERIENCE INTERFACE SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION INFORMATIONARCHITECTURE GRID www.nngroup.com
  25. INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE Structural design of shared information environments. Organizing and labeling websites, intranets, etc. Activities that require explicit details of complex information systems. Include library systems and database development. Three main types of user interfaces: (1) Command language: the user must know the machine and program-specific instructions (2) Menus: user chooses the commands from lists displayed on the screen (3) Graphical user interface (GUI): user gives commands by selecting and clicking on icons displayed on the screen
  26. IA=KERANGKA INFORMASI
  27. UI=ALUR/ DESAIN ANTAR MUKA
  28. DESIGN
  29. FIVE COMPONENTS OF USABILITY Learnability: How easy is it for users to accomplish basic tasks the first time they encounter the design? Efficiency: Once users have learned the design, how quickly can they perform tasks? Memorability: When users return to the design after a period of not using it, how easily can they reestablish proficiency? Errors: How many errors do users make, how severe are these errors, and how easily can they recover from the errors? Satisfaction: How pleasant is it to use the design?
  30. HOW TO CREATE CONTENT/COPY KISSKeep It Simple, Stup*d Lewis Raven, Associate Creative Director, glue Isobar, ―...It's so, so easy for readers to get distracted online‖... ―Make your point with precision...‖ ―Follow your instruction to 'click here', 'roll over', or 'buy now!' ...‖ ―...People read copy differently online than they do offline, so advises "writing visually― "Online users view text rather than read it. They scan, skim and scroll. Normally at high speed...‖ Eloise Smith, Creative Director at Euro RSCG London ―....Online text behaves differently from print – it's clickable, scrollable, copyable and searchable..‖
  31. HOW TO CREATE CONTENT/COPY It's a cliche, but knowledge is power. Or in the case of a digital copywriter — fuel. In order to be successful, YOU NEED TO KNOW THE PRODUCT,YOUR AUDIENCE AND THE SPACE WHICH YOU'RE WRITING FOR, INTIMATELY.
  32. "GOOD WRITERS KNOW THINGS. THEY FIND OUT INTERESTING THINGS OUT ABOUT PRODUCTS OR SERVICES. George Tannenbaum, Executive Creative Director at R/Ga
  33. NOW... HOW DO YOU WRITE IN DIGITAL/ SOCIAL NETWORKING
  34. THE IDEAL LENGTH OF A TWEET IS 100 CHARACTERS
  35. TWEETS ARE LIMITED TO 140 CHARACTERS SO THEY CAN BE CONSUMED EASILY ANYWHERE, EVEN VIA MOBILE TEXT MESSAGES. THERE’S NO MAGICAL LENGTH FOR A TWEET, BUT TWEETS SHORTER THAN 100 CHARACTERS, GET A 17% HIGHER ENGAGEMENT RATE.- BUDDY MEDIA
  36. THE IDEAL LENGTH OF A FACEBOOK POST IS LESS THAN 40 CHARACTERSWILL RECEIVED 86 PERCENT HIGHER ENGAGEMENT THAN OTHERS.
  37. TIPS FOR ONLINE CONTENT LENGTH: - TWEET < 100 CHARACTERS - FACEBOOK < 40 CHARACTERS - GOOGLE+ < 60 CHARACTERS - HEADLINE <= 6 WORDS - BLOG POST <= 1,600 WORDS - EMAIL SUBJECT = 28-39 CHARACTERS
  38. THE FORMULA?
  39. EMB RACECOMMUNITY
  40. IS GOOD GO TO MUSIC CONCERT ADDICTION
  41. READ..READ.. WRITE...WRITE... & WRITE
  42. S.A.L.E.S
  43. Speak Their Language
  44. Imagine You're Talking with Them
  45. Sleep with the Brand
  46. Advertising in business is a form of marketing communication KEEP IN 2: WHAT TO SAY HOW TO SAY
  47. TO MASTER DIGITAL COPYWRITING, YOU NEED TO UNDERSTANDING PEOPLE'S ONLINE BEHAVIOR
  48. REMEMBER S.A.L.E.S SPEAK THEIR LANGUAGE ALWAYS IMAGINE THEM LIVE the EXPERIENCE EXTRAORDINARY ATTITUDE SLEEP with THE BRAND
  49. QUESTIONS?
  50. THANK YOU Seno Pramuadji Digital Creative & Social Media Enthusiast Twitter: @seno_pramuadji www.about.me/senopramuadji

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