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The State of Digital Business
How brands used digital in 2012 to grow their business
December 26, 2012




                                             1
The state of digital
  business 2012.       The problem.
                       The opportunity.
                       The task.
                       The tool.


                       Addition.                                                                         Design.
                       Mixing Content, Community and                                                     Adapting to Humans........................................16
                       Commerce......................................................................8   Creating Context................................................. 17
                       Brands as Curators, Tastemakers                                                   Solving a Need...................................................... 17
                       and Publishers............................................................9
                       Utility as Ads..............................................................10    Disruption.
                                                                                                         Reinventing the Value Chain....................20
                       Systems.                                                                          Creating new value.............................................21
                       Evolving Behaviors.............................................13..
                       Loyalty Beyond Points...................................14..                      The state of digital
                       Meaningful Extensions........................ ....... .14
                                                                                                         business 2012.


                                                              2
The Problem.


               Brands don’t often use digital beyond a
               communication channel.

               And even when they do ...


               They invariably think of digital only as a value-add
               to their existing business.




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                                           3
The Problem.


               This approach creates a disconnect between brands’ and
               agencies’ expectations from digital and their understanding of it.


               They expect a groundbreaking, disruptive solution to come out
               of mass media-like communication inputs.




                                            4
The Opportunity.


                   Digital is a new source of value for your company.


                   Digital is a new revenue stream for your business.


                   Digital can transform your value chain.




                                              5
See which brands seized the opportunity in 2012 to use digital
The Task.


            to grow their business.

            Call out those who broke out of the mold.

            Detect ways to use digital for business grow through creatively
            adding value to consumers’ lives.




                                      6
Transformative
                     Value
                                  Systems                Disruption
                             Connecting products
                                                       Creating a new
                             and services to create
                                                         value chain
The Tool.


                                  new value




               Incremental
                     Value
                                   Addition
                                                          Design
                                Making legacy
                                                      Human-centered
                                business more
                                                      business solutions
                                   valuable




                               Market Focus             User Focus


                                       7
Addition.
            Approach where brands’
            legacy business is made more
            valuable through adding digital
            as sales and marketing
            channel to brands’ existing
            marketing and sales
            operations.


            Digital is a value-add in the
            company’s traditional value
            chain.




                                            8
Mixing content, community
    and commerce.
    How brands use content and community to
    turn digital into a new direct sales and
    communication channel.

    Lucky Mag’s My Lucky offers a curated mix of
    products shoppable at the spot. Think the e-
    commerce Flipboard. Online magazines are
    becoming another direct sales channel in addition to
    its regular browsing experience,
    Zappos’ PinPointing is a product discovery and
    recommendation tool that uses pins to filter the variety
    of Zappos’ product offerings. By adding a layer of
    social information around its products, Zappos makes
    browsing easier (with the effect of increasing
    conversions).
    Flexible content formats, built-in community and social
    activity tools make Facebook a go-to destination for
    luxury fashion brands when it comes to live-streaming
    their shows. It’s another content distribution channel,
    too.
9
Brands as curators,
     tastemakers and publishers.

     How brands use the formats and flows of
     digital culture as a value-add.


     Coca Cola’s “Happiness is...” Tumblr brings this
     brand’s core promise to life through diversity of
     curated and original content types and formats.
     Target forayed into everyday style through its curated
     “On the Dot” Tumblr offering ideas, advice and
     inspiration.
     Virgin Mobile went as far as to create “culture hub” in
     the form of a newsroom targeted to young audience.
     The newsroom features videos, memes, lists,
     photos, playlists and more. Think branded Buzzfeed.
     Gap successfully used Tumblr to create its Styld.by
     destination, which brings in fashion editors,
     tastemakers and bloggers to contextualize GAP
     products.


10
Utility as ads.



     Ads don’t have to come in the form of
     banners. They can also be digital products.




     Uniqlo’s GIFs, Calendar and Alarm Clock are
     examples of utility-as-ads: small digital products that
     bring the brand to life through interactive
     entertainment and service that also serve as the
     effective CRM tools.




11
What did 2012
    teach us?
                Invest in content that will bring your brand to life. Develop a
                content strategy that sets the parameters for creating,
                aggregating and filtering content relevant for your audience.
                Add a layer of social information over all your products and
                services. Money isn’t the only currency around.
                Become part of cultural conversation by involving online
                tastemakers and influencers. Everyone’s a curator these days,
                employ them.
                Be where your customers are.

                Think beyond banners: use a big chunk of your media budget
                to create small, fun things that people would want to use.
                Distribute them through social channels.




                                      12
Systems.
           In a systems approach,
           brands bundle their existing
           offerings together via digital
           technology. Here, products
           and services are connected to
           create new value.



           Digital creates value
           outside businesses’
           traditional value chain and
           counts as a new revenue
           source.




                                         13
Evolving Behaviors.
     “The designer of the future will be the
     personal coach, the fitness trainer, the
     nutritionist.” - Phillippe Starck

     American Express unveiled three initiatives this year:
     My Offers. Twitter Advertising for Small Businesses,
     and Travel Insider, all of which transform American
     Express from banking into a service that evolves its
     customers’ behaviors. Case in point: rather than
     just cheering on their small business customers via
     advertising messages, Amex is using Twitter as a
     small business solution that actually helps business
     owners to grow and evolve their customer base. It
     effectively builds a system between the card, its
     owner and the owners’ customers. With My Offers,
     Amex is using the wealth of data it has about each
     of Amex’s cardmembers to create tailored
     recommendations on deals and discounts. Amex
     is effectively giving personal data back to its card
     users by translating information into actionable
     items. It creates system that unites individual
     behavior, data and the card. Travel Insiders uses a
     similar system dynamics: it offers custom itineraries
     developed by experts and tailored to interests and
     passions by each individual cardmember - all within
14   their designated budget.
Loyalty Beyond Points.


     Lufthansa is breaking the mold of the airline
     rewards programs. Instead of diligently
     accumulating medallions and moving between
     ever-multiplying tiers, Lufthansa tried something
     much simpler. It created an alarm clock app that
     uses sounds of different cities and rewards users
     that made a correct guess with airfare discounts.
     Lufthansa is using two behavioral drivers to
     achieve desired customer action: a) utility to
     integrate itself into an already existing behavior and
     b) rewards to create a habit. The system unites
     utility, reward and brand.
     Kroger supermarket came up with a flexible
     coupon solution as a way of investing in customer
     loyalty. Based on each customers’ purchase
     patterns, Kroger comes up with individual prices.
     This means that there are no two customers who
     would pay the same price on selected items.The
     system integrates individual data, rewards, and a
     loyalty card.



15
Meaningful Extensions.



     Instead of seemingly random and erratic brand
     extensions (think Richard Branson’s ice cubes,
     water purifier and space travel), IKEA invested in a
     new product that extends its brand promise and
     is part of the same core positioning pattern.
     Uppleva is a television set, but everything else
     about it is uniquely IKEA: assembly-at-home,
     customization, and variety of colors. Through
     behavioral and contextual integration, IKEA
     managed to venture into a new product line and
     make sure it contributes to its existing core
     business. Because it already fits into an existing
     system of brand and behavior, new product is
     easy to assimilate in and adopt.




16
What did 2012
    teach us?
                Use data on consumers’ behavior, preferences and
                purchases as a powerful connective tissue between your
                brand, products and customers. Give customers their data
                back by translating it into utility and service.
                Think of loyalty as a new monetization opportunity for your
                brand, not as a marketing tactic. Focus on making the
                existing brand offerings more valuable to its customers. Better
                brand experience is key for positive acquisition utility.
                Treat each customer as an individual. Be flexible and selective
                in offering rewards and discounts.
                Think of possible brand extensions not through the product
                lens, but through the lens of the customer context. Ask: what
                can I add to this system to make it better?




                                     17
Design.
          In a design approach, brands
          start from the end-user in
          making their existing products
          and services better. Here,
          brands focus on customer-led
          business solutions to create
          incremental value-add.


          Digital is aimed at serving the
          existing customers better and/
          or overcoming the current
          consumer barriers in the
          category.




                                     18
Adapting to Humans.



     “Above all else, align with customers. Win
     when they win. Win only when they win.” -
     Amazon Doctrine



     Art Series Hotels and Starwood Hotels & Resorts
     uncovered their customer pain point out and used it to
     streamline their guest service process. Instead of
     yielding to the rigid check-in and check-out times,
     guests can now can arrive and depart in a flexible
     manner, depending only on when the next visitor is
     scheduled to arrive. Through laser focus on the needs
     of their guests, these hotels came up with ways to
     adaptively manage their unsold inventory (rooms) and
     to direct resulting gains toward customer satisfaction.




19
Creating Context.


     “Always design a thing by considering it in its
     next larger context - a chair in a room, a
     room in a house, a house in an environment,
     an environment in a city plan.” - Eliel Saarinen



     What are brands doing with all the consumer data
     they have? As it turns out, some of them are using it in
     smart ways. Hellman’s is taking information on all the
     groceries from consumer’s shopping cart and
     assembling recipes on the fly, printing them on the
     back of their receipt. While this works especially well
     for low-consideration items (like mayo, salt, flour,
     granola, etc), it also opens up the entire new area of
     immediate data processing. Its purpose is grouping
     isolated items into meaningful assemblies that are
     useful in the wider context of consumers‘ lives. This
     can especially well work on e-commerce sites.



20
Solving a Need.

     “If there’s a simple, easy design principle
     that binds everything together, it’s probably
     starting with people” - Bill Moggridge


     Great product and service solutions solve a need, but
     best solutions solve a need at the very moment it
     arises. Finding a parking spot when you need it,
     hailing a cab when you have to quickly get to a
     meeting or finding a nearby loo are all examples of
     perfect solutions for immediate needs. Now this
     need/solution mechanics is coming to the CPG
     industry. Evian’s Smart Drop is a digital product
     attached to the fridge door that allows users to quickly
     and easily order their new supply of Evian’s natural
     mineral water. Evian’s winning on two counts here: a)
     there isn’t a better time to order more water than
     when you realize you’re running out and b) incredibly
     simplified ordering process (“you press the button, we
     do the rest”) makes a seamless user experience. Not
     to mention the repeated sales impact.

21
What did 2012
    teach us?
                Explore customer pain points in the service you offer. What
                problems are they grappling with? What are the sources of
                their dissatisfaction. Use your marketing to address these pain
                points.
                Look for gaps between customers’ needs and market
                offerings. Use them to differentiate your brand in the market.
                Don’t think value chain. Think customer experience flow.
                Break it down into separate stages. Ask what new revenue
                opportunities are possible at each stage. Make each stage of
                the experience meet user needs better.
                Focus on building a digital experience strategy. Navigation,
                user flow, defaults, and choice structure influence have a big
                effect on customer behavior. Good experience is good
                business.




                                     22
Disruption.
              In a disruptive approach,
              brands come up with
              solutions that create a
              completely new value in
              their industry.


              Digital introduces a new
              value chain, different
              from the one a particular
              industry’s built around.




                                          23
Reinventing the value chain.


     “Innovation is the specific instrument of
     entrepreneurship. The act that endows
     resources with capacity to create wealth.” -
     Peter Drucker


     In an amazingly smart move, Tesla eliminated the
     weakest - and the most painful - link of the car buying
     process from its value chain. Yes, the car dealers are
     gone. Consumers who find themselves in a Tesla
     store are directed to Tesla website to fill out forms.
     The next step is for them to wait for their car to get
     built and delivered at their doorstep. This is just-in-
     time manufacturing at its best: supply reflects
     demand and there are no unsold vehicles sitting
     around and generating massive overhead costs in
     inventory. Best yet, Tesla gets to control the entire car
     ownership experience for its customers, effectively
     transforming what car purchasing process looks like.
     The key part of it is staying close to its customers.


24
Creating new value.


     “The best way to predict the future is
     to create it.” - Peter Drucker




     Pepsi made a splash couple of years ago with its
     Refresh project. Now it unveiled an idea that again
     makes people’s lives better, albeit on a much smaller
     scale. Pepsi’s “Extra Hour” initiative, part of the “Drink
     It to Believe It” promotional effort for the new Pepsi
     Next drink, gives away 50 tasks a week to random
     winners as a curtesy of TaskRabbit. Instead of getting
     a tangible, material reward to its lucky winners, Pepsi
     is giving them the gift of time (and someone else’s
     labor). Product promotion or not, Pepsi is providing a
     new form of value for its audience.




25
What did 2012
    teach us?
                The solution comes first, product/service is secondary.
                Switch from a “what digital thing should I build” question to
                “why is this a problem and how can I use digital to solve it?”
                approach.
                Explore macro-trends that are happening because of digital
                (e.g.sharing economy, redistribution markets, sustainability,
                social consumption). Ask why those trends are happening.
                Ask what they mean for your industry.
                Focus on what’s going on at the edges of your industry. Look
                at the emerging economies to detect new value. What are
                the startups doing? Which extreme behaviors are you seeing?
                Who are your most extreme users? Learn from them.




                                     26
The State of Digital

                       Transformative
                                Value
 Business 2012.




                          Incremental
                                Value




                                        Market Focus   User Focus


                                             27
In 2012, market focus is still dominant among brands when it comes to digital.
                     Digital is still mostly regarded as a direct sales and communication channel,
Lessons from 2012.
                     and most brands use it to expand their sales and marketing footprint. They still
                     haven’t unlocked the full potential of digital as a new market for their products
                     and services. Some are moving in this direction, however, through their
                     initiatives to create value through content, communities, utility and data.
                     Competitive strategy of choice is using these value-adds to make the existing
                     offerings more attractive to consumers. Overall focus is still on preserving the
                     existing, pre-digital value chain, instead of transforming the business through
                     exploring emerging monetization opportunities in digital space.
                     Very few brands in 2012 assumed a laser user-focus as a starting point in
                     their growth strategies. Human-led, socially-driven and sustainability-oriented
                     corporate behavior is an exception rather than a rule. Adapting existing
                     offerings to consumers’ actual usage patterns, behaviors and values is still rare
                     in business growth. Digital still hasn’t been widely recognized as a unique
                     value-generating system, transformative to businesses and industries. Those
                     few brands who adhere to digital values and business models are clearly
                     willing to experiment with their value chains. They are also willing to infuse their
                     marketing efforts with a broader business thinking.


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State of Digital Business 2012

  • 1. The State of Digital Business How brands used digital in 2012 to grow their business December 26, 2012 1
  • 2. The state of digital business 2012. The problem. The opportunity. The task. The tool. Addition. Design. Mixing Content, Community and Adapting to Humans........................................16 Commerce......................................................................8 Creating Context................................................. 17 Brands as Curators, Tastemakers Solving a Need...................................................... 17 and Publishers............................................................9 Utility as Ads..............................................................10 Disruption. Reinventing the Value Chain....................20 Systems. Creating new value.............................................21 Evolving Behaviors.............................................13.. Loyalty Beyond Points...................................14.. The state of digital Meaningful Extensions........................ ....... .14 business 2012. 2
  • 3. The Problem. Brands don’t often use digital beyond a communication channel. And even when they do ... They invariably think of digital only as a value-add to their existing business. three little pigs/youtube video any youtube channel 3
  • 4. The Problem. This approach creates a disconnect between brands’ and agencies’ expectations from digital and their understanding of it. They expect a groundbreaking, disruptive solution to come out of mass media-like communication inputs. 4
  • 5. The Opportunity. Digital is a new source of value for your company. Digital is a new revenue stream for your business. Digital can transform your value chain. 5
  • 6. See which brands seized the opportunity in 2012 to use digital The Task. to grow their business. Call out those who broke out of the mold. Detect ways to use digital for business grow through creatively adding value to consumers’ lives. 6
  • 7. Transformative Value Systems Disruption Connecting products Creating a new and services to create value chain The Tool. new value Incremental Value Addition Design Making legacy Human-centered business more business solutions valuable Market Focus User Focus 7
  • 8. Addition. Approach where brands’ legacy business is made more valuable through adding digital as sales and marketing channel to brands’ existing marketing and sales operations. Digital is a value-add in the company’s traditional value chain. 8
  • 9. Mixing content, community and commerce. How brands use content and community to turn digital into a new direct sales and communication channel. Lucky Mag’s My Lucky offers a curated mix of products shoppable at the spot. Think the e- commerce Flipboard. Online magazines are becoming another direct sales channel in addition to its regular browsing experience, Zappos’ PinPointing is a product discovery and recommendation tool that uses pins to filter the variety of Zappos’ product offerings. By adding a layer of social information around its products, Zappos makes browsing easier (with the effect of increasing conversions). Flexible content formats, built-in community and social activity tools make Facebook a go-to destination for luxury fashion brands when it comes to live-streaming their shows. It’s another content distribution channel, too. 9
  • 10. Brands as curators, tastemakers and publishers. How brands use the formats and flows of digital culture as a value-add. Coca Cola’s “Happiness is...” Tumblr brings this brand’s core promise to life through diversity of curated and original content types and formats. Target forayed into everyday style through its curated “On the Dot” Tumblr offering ideas, advice and inspiration. Virgin Mobile went as far as to create “culture hub” in the form of a newsroom targeted to young audience. The newsroom features videos, memes, lists, photos, playlists and more. Think branded Buzzfeed. Gap successfully used Tumblr to create its Styld.by destination, which brings in fashion editors, tastemakers and bloggers to contextualize GAP products. 10
  • 11. Utility as ads. Ads don’t have to come in the form of banners. They can also be digital products. Uniqlo’s GIFs, Calendar and Alarm Clock are examples of utility-as-ads: small digital products that bring the brand to life through interactive entertainment and service that also serve as the effective CRM tools. 11
  • 12. What did 2012 teach us? Invest in content that will bring your brand to life. Develop a content strategy that sets the parameters for creating, aggregating and filtering content relevant for your audience. Add a layer of social information over all your products and services. Money isn’t the only currency around. Become part of cultural conversation by involving online tastemakers and influencers. Everyone’s a curator these days, employ them. Be where your customers are. Think beyond banners: use a big chunk of your media budget to create small, fun things that people would want to use. Distribute them through social channels. 12
  • 13. Systems. In a systems approach, brands bundle their existing offerings together via digital technology. Here, products and services are connected to create new value. Digital creates value outside businesses’ traditional value chain and counts as a new revenue source. 13
  • 14. Evolving Behaviors. “The designer of the future will be the personal coach, the fitness trainer, the nutritionist.” - Phillippe Starck American Express unveiled three initiatives this year: My Offers. Twitter Advertising for Small Businesses, and Travel Insider, all of which transform American Express from banking into a service that evolves its customers’ behaviors. Case in point: rather than just cheering on their small business customers via advertising messages, Amex is using Twitter as a small business solution that actually helps business owners to grow and evolve their customer base. It effectively builds a system between the card, its owner and the owners’ customers. With My Offers, Amex is using the wealth of data it has about each of Amex’s cardmembers to create tailored recommendations on deals and discounts. Amex is effectively giving personal data back to its card users by translating information into actionable items. It creates system that unites individual behavior, data and the card. Travel Insiders uses a similar system dynamics: it offers custom itineraries developed by experts and tailored to interests and passions by each individual cardmember - all within 14 their designated budget.
  • 15. Loyalty Beyond Points. Lufthansa is breaking the mold of the airline rewards programs. Instead of diligently accumulating medallions and moving between ever-multiplying tiers, Lufthansa tried something much simpler. It created an alarm clock app that uses sounds of different cities and rewards users that made a correct guess with airfare discounts. Lufthansa is using two behavioral drivers to achieve desired customer action: a) utility to integrate itself into an already existing behavior and b) rewards to create a habit. The system unites utility, reward and brand. Kroger supermarket came up with a flexible coupon solution as a way of investing in customer loyalty. Based on each customers’ purchase patterns, Kroger comes up with individual prices. This means that there are no two customers who would pay the same price on selected items.The system integrates individual data, rewards, and a loyalty card. 15
  • 16. Meaningful Extensions. Instead of seemingly random and erratic brand extensions (think Richard Branson’s ice cubes, water purifier and space travel), IKEA invested in a new product that extends its brand promise and is part of the same core positioning pattern. Uppleva is a television set, but everything else about it is uniquely IKEA: assembly-at-home, customization, and variety of colors. Through behavioral and contextual integration, IKEA managed to venture into a new product line and make sure it contributes to its existing core business. Because it already fits into an existing system of brand and behavior, new product is easy to assimilate in and adopt. 16
  • 17. What did 2012 teach us? Use data on consumers’ behavior, preferences and purchases as a powerful connective tissue between your brand, products and customers. Give customers their data back by translating it into utility and service. Think of loyalty as a new monetization opportunity for your brand, not as a marketing tactic. Focus on making the existing brand offerings more valuable to its customers. Better brand experience is key for positive acquisition utility. Treat each customer as an individual. Be flexible and selective in offering rewards and discounts. Think of possible brand extensions not through the product lens, but through the lens of the customer context. Ask: what can I add to this system to make it better? 17
  • 18. Design. In a design approach, brands start from the end-user in making their existing products and services better. Here, brands focus on customer-led business solutions to create incremental value-add. Digital is aimed at serving the existing customers better and/ or overcoming the current consumer barriers in the category. 18
  • 19. Adapting to Humans. “Above all else, align with customers. Win when they win. Win only when they win.” - Amazon Doctrine Art Series Hotels and Starwood Hotels & Resorts uncovered their customer pain point out and used it to streamline their guest service process. Instead of yielding to the rigid check-in and check-out times, guests can now can arrive and depart in a flexible manner, depending only on when the next visitor is scheduled to arrive. Through laser focus on the needs of their guests, these hotels came up with ways to adaptively manage their unsold inventory (rooms) and to direct resulting gains toward customer satisfaction. 19
  • 20. Creating Context. “Always design a thing by considering it in its next larger context - a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, an environment in a city plan.” - Eliel Saarinen What are brands doing with all the consumer data they have? As it turns out, some of them are using it in smart ways. Hellman’s is taking information on all the groceries from consumer’s shopping cart and assembling recipes on the fly, printing them on the back of their receipt. While this works especially well for low-consideration items (like mayo, salt, flour, granola, etc), it also opens up the entire new area of immediate data processing. Its purpose is grouping isolated items into meaningful assemblies that are useful in the wider context of consumers‘ lives. This can especially well work on e-commerce sites. 20
  • 21. Solving a Need. “If there’s a simple, easy design principle that binds everything together, it’s probably starting with people” - Bill Moggridge Great product and service solutions solve a need, but best solutions solve a need at the very moment it arises. Finding a parking spot when you need it, hailing a cab when you have to quickly get to a meeting or finding a nearby loo are all examples of perfect solutions for immediate needs. Now this need/solution mechanics is coming to the CPG industry. Evian’s Smart Drop is a digital product attached to the fridge door that allows users to quickly and easily order their new supply of Evian’s natural mineral water. Evian’s winning on two counts here: a) there isn’t a better time to order more water than when you realize you’re running out and b) incredibly simplified ordering process (“you press the button, we do the rest”) makes a seamless user experience. Not to mention the repeated sales impact. 21
  • 22. What did 2012 teach us? Explore customer pain points in the service you offer. What problems are they grappling with? What are the sources of their dissatisfaction. Use your marketing to address these pain points. Look for gaps between customers’ needs and market offerings. Use them to differentiate your brand in the market. Don’t think value chain. Think customer experience flow. Break it down into separate stages. Ask what new revenue opportunities are possible at each stage. Make each stage of the experience meet user needs better. Focus on building a digital experience strategy. Navigation, user flow, defaults, and choice structure influence have a big effect on customer behavior. Good experience is good business. 22
  • 23. Disruption. In a disruptive approach, brands come up with solutions that create a completely new value in their industry. Digital introduces a new value chain, different from the one a particular industry’s built around. 23
  • 24. Reinventing the value chain. “Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with capacity to create wealth.” - Peter Drucker In an amazingly smart move, Tesla eliminated the weakest - and the most painful - link of the car buying process from its value chain. Yes, the car dealers are gone. Consumers who find themselves in a Tesla store are directed to Tesla website to fill out forms. The next step is for them to wait for their car to get built and delivered at their doorstep. This is just-in- time manufacturing at its best: supply reflects demand and there are no unsold vehicles sitting around and generating massive overhead costs in inventory. Best yet, Tesla gets to control the entire car ownership experience for its customers, effectively transforming what car purchasing process looks like. The key part of it is staying close to its customers. 24
  • 25. Creating new value. “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” - Peter Drucker Pepsi made a splash couple of years ago with its Refresh project. Now it unveiled an idea that again makes people’s lives better, albeit on a much smaller scale. Pepsi’s “Extra Hour” initiative, part of the “Drink It to Believe It” promotional effort for the new Pepsi Next drink, gives away 50 tasks a week to random winners as a curtesy of TaskRabbit. Instead of getting a tangible, material reward to its lucky winners, Pepsi is giving them the gift of time (and someone else’s labor). Product promotion or not, Pepsi is providing a new form of value for its audience. 25
  • 26. What did 2012 teach us? The solution comes first, product/service is secondary. Switch from a “what digital thing should I build” question to “why is this a problem and how can I use digital to solve it?” approach. Explore macro-trends that are happening because of digital (e.g.sharing economy, redistribution markets, sustainability, social consumption). Ask why those trends are happening. Ask what they mean for your industry. Focus on what’s going on at the edges of your industry. Look at the emerging economies to detect new value. What are the startups doing? Which extreme behaviors are you seeing? Who are your most extreme users? Learn from them. 26
  • 27. The State of Digital Transformative Value Business 2012. Incremental Value Market Focus User Focus 27
  • 28. In 2012, market focus is still dominant among brands when it comes to digital. Digital is still mostly regarded as a direct sales and communication channel, Lessons from 2012. and most brands use it to expand their sales and marketing footprint. They still haven’t unlocked the full potential of digital as a new market for their products and services. Some are moving in this direction, however, through their initiatives to create value through content, communities, utility and data. Competitive strategy of choice is using these value-adds to make the existing offerings more attractive to consumers. Overall focus is still on preserving the existing, pre-digital value chain, instead of transforming the business through exploring emerging monetization opportunities in digital space. Very few brands in 2012 assumed a laser user-focus as a starting point in their growth strategies. Human-led, socially-driven and sustainability-oriented corporate behavior is an exception rather than a rule. Adapting existing offerings to consumers’ actual usage patterns, behaviors and values is still rare in business growth. Digital still hasn’t been widely recognized as a unique value-generating system, transformative to businesses and industries. Those few brands who adhere to digital values and business models are clearly willing to experiment with their value chains. They are also willing to infuse their marketing efforts with a broader business thinking. 28