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                                                     What is
                                                      Open Source
                                                     Marketing?
                                                            The love affair between big brands and mass media
                                                            is over. But where do marketers go next? The Open
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                               End of a Love Affair
                               Todayʼs consumer is unrecognisable from even just twenty years ago. More savvy, more
                               skeptical, wealthier, better informed, less deferential and generally more in control. The
                               advertising industry, however, is still largely using tactics that were created in the 1950s, like
                               the 30-second ad slot. The result is that consumers find advertising irrelevant, or even ir-
                               ritating, and are increasingly using technology like PVRs to filter it out of their lives.


    The question is, where can the industry
                                                          turn to reignite its passion?
                               Thatʼs not to say that people arenʼt interested in brands and products. And companies are
                               obviously just as keen to find new customers. People just find the old-school techniques out-
                               of-sync with their lifestyles, and advertisers want to excite people about their brands, not
                               annoy them.

                                All quite a conundrum for the marketing industry, a global business worth $370 billion in
                                2004. Clearly, marketing isnʼt going to disappear. It existed before the TV schedule and will
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                                 The answer lies in a phenomenon which demonstrates all the energy, innovation and excite-
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                               Geeksville…
                               Open Source started when programmers began collaborating online to build new technical
                               platforms and systems. Freed from institutional red-tape, hierarchy, and shareholder respon-
                               sibility, the ideas flowed fast and furious through these online communities. The rewards
                               werenʼt profit but the buzz of collaboration, the intellectual challenge and the opportunity to
                               shake things up. At the heart of the process was the communityʼs willingness to share pro-
                               gramming ʻsource code,ʼ albeit under certain conditions. And so the Open Source Movement
                               was born.

                               By any measure, the results have been staggering. Linux, a computer operating system, was
                               one of the first big breakthroughs. So successful that, when referring to the software giantʼs
                               future, Microsoftʼs CEO, Steve Ballmer said, “Iʼd put the Linux phenomenon as threat number
                               one.”

                               More recently, an Open Source community called Mozilla created Firefox, a web browser that
                               at the time of writing had been downloaded almost 21 million times. Its members are so
                               passionate that at the end of 2004 they funded a double-page advert in the New York Times
                               announcing its launch.


                               …and Beyond
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                               The buzz of meeting like-minded people from all over the world: the fun of sharing ideas,
                               however crazy or leftfield; the feelings of empowerment; the can-do, pioneering freedom. Itʼs
                               these social, entrepreneurial values that are creating Open Source communities of gamers,
                               petrol heads, food lovers, film fans, musicians, sports junkies, globetrotters and almost every
                               other area of modern culture. Just like TV did 50 years ago.


    Mainstream consumers are falling
              for the values that drive Open Source.
                               The non-technical examples of Open Source are varied and growing fast.

                               The massive file-sharing communities that gave birth to Napster and reinvigorated the music
                               industry are based on Open Source values.

                               Howard Deanʼs presidential campaign used Open Source techniques to mobilise 600,000
                               people and raise more than $25m, changing the face of US politics.

                              The Creative Commons license is a new type of copyright (nicknamed copyleft) created by an
                              Open Source community that gives artists the flexibility to collaborate. Its fans include Chuck
                              D, the Beastie Boys, David Byrne and Gilberto Gil.
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                               All are massive collaborations among thousands of far-flung individuals, turned on by Open
                               Source values.


                               Free and Easy
                               An important factor behind the explosive growth of Open Source values is that the technical
                               knowledge required to get involved has been greatly reduced. The rapid growth of online
                               tools has made it easier for people with no technical interest or knowledge to chat, publish,
                               promote, discuss and interact online.

                               Weblogs (“blogs”) are the star of the show. Pubsub, an online blog monitor in the US,
                               estimates that more than 24 million were launched in 2004 and expects continued expo-
                               nential growth. But there are plenty of other cheap accessible digital tools (Bittorrent, RSS,
                               LiveJournal, Podcasts, Technorati, Feedster, Flickr) that are making Open Source communities
                               more accessible and sophisticated.


                               Open Source Meets Marketing
                                So TV audiences are shrinking and fragmenting while Open Source values are spreading cre-
                                ating influential, vibrant communities. Itʼs a trend that brands are, not surprisingly, interested
                                in. The question for marketers is how to interact with these new powerful consumer groups
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                               consumers with brand collateral, adhering to strict rules of engagement (AKA brand guide-
                               lines), under the guidance of personnel known as brand guardians. The results have been mea-
                               sured using analytical models based on TLAs like TVR and OTS. Itʼs been about secrecy and itʼs
                               been about driving consumer demand by bombarding their senses.


    Consumers use technology to
                   shelter from brand bombardment.
                               ....OR JAW, JAW

                               But the new marketplace doesnʼt respond to this approach. It is made up of more powerful
                               consumers who use technology to shelter from brand-bombardment.

                               In fact, Open Source communities have taken this even further. Not happy with simply filter-
                               ing what they donʼt like, they are increasingly creating their own content to entertain, inform
                               and educate their peers. Most of this content is brand-free but sometimes a brand is ʻbor-
                               rowedʼ to make a point, good or bad.
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                                 George Masters is an American school teacher and a big fan of Appleʼs iPod. At the end of
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                                 2004 he made a homemade advert for the iPod Mini. He then shared the viral film with an
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                                 from his peers. Instead, the film spread quickly and within a few days had been viewed more
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                               Recently a more malevolent piece of content was created by two London designers in the
                               shape of an advert for VW Polo. The advert used a suicide bomber to demonstrate the
                               strength of the car. When released online the shocking advert was viewed by millions of
                               people. VWʼs reaction was to demand a public apology and call the lawyers, a course of ac-
                               tion straight from the war-war school. In fact, they demanded back the ʻsource materialʼ from
                               the makers of the ad.

                               All of which can sound like total chaos to a marketing department...


                               A New View
                               However, a new breed of marketers is emerging with a different vision of the world. Inspired
                               by websites such as The Cluetrain Manifesto, they understand the mindset of the modern con-
                               sumer and the influence of Open Source values. And this has set them on a very different
                               path from the command and control mindset of the traditional marketeer.

                               They understand that the powerful new markets created by Open Source values are transpar-
                               ent, that they operate in real-time, that they are controlled by people not companies, that
                               they are global, highly reactive, flooded with information and made up of millions of inter-
                               linked niches. And they know that effective modern marketing strategies must reflect this
                               new environment.
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                                Itʼs early days for open source marketers and there are no textbooks to turn to (yet) but a few
                                principles are emerging:



                                 1         BACK TO THE SOURCE
                                           Consumers are no longer happy to sit back and be fed a brand and its values. They
                                           want to interact with the ʻbrand sourceʼ in the same way that Linux programmers
                                           want to get their hands on the programming source code. That means giving con-
                                           sumers access to the brand and inviting them to co-create. Open Source marketers
                                           understand this and make it easy for customers to get involved with a brand and
                                           affect its direction, maybe even its values.



                                 2         SPOT BRAND FANS
                                           The new breed recognise there is no point in ʻdemanding back the source materialʼ
                                           because it is well and truly out there — in the public domain. In fact, they look to
                                           put the brand source materials in the hands of consumers, especially brand fans like
                                           George Masters. Then they sit back and watch the fireworks as communities create
                                           and innovate in ways that enlarge and enrich the community.



                                 3         BE A BRAND HOST
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                                           that brand hosts are more in tune with the times. Todayʼs consumer wants to interact
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                                 4         ARE YOU LISTENING TO ME?
                                           The voice of the mass markets was a LOUD and BOOMING monologue. It didnʼt leave
                                           a lot of time to listen to anyone. Open Source communities are all about conversation
                                           and dialogue. Open Source Marketing means listening really closely to the rumours
                                           and whispers that bring the new marketplace alive.



                                 5         GET REAL
                                           Authenticity is one of the most valuable currencies in the transparent marketplace.
                                           So human, friendly voices (like Robert Scoble) are particularly effective. Corporate
                                           speak and PR flack is just ignored. And itʼs no good just pretending. YOU WILL GET
                                           RUMBLED. This can be a difficult leap of faith for companies who have used their
                                           brands like shields, to keep the world at bay.



                                 6         YOUR CUSTOMERS ARE CLEVERER THAN YOU
                                           Open Source marketers understand that their customers are clever, cleverer than
                                           thermselves and their agencies. So they try and tap into this intelligence to help grow
                                           their brands. By the way, this includes the obssessive customers who make a racket
                                           about every last product detail or development and constantly write in with leftfield
                                           ideas. They are probably the most valuable.
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                                7       LET GO
                                        Open source marketers understand, most importantly, that people are now in control
                                        of the brands that for so long have been wrapped up and locked in corporate safes.
                                        Brands are no longer proprietary and companies need to adapt to that reality. Thereʼs
                                        no point in calling in the lawyers to try and change things back. The world has
                                        moved on.



                                8       OPEN MINDS
                                        Open Source marketers also know this new environment is not as dangerous as it
                                        sounds. They know the greatest barriers are the mental ones built up during the
                                        reign of mass marketing and TV.

                                        By setting some rough parameters and then challenging consumers to get involved,
                                        or co-create, they are already seeing some fantastic results.



                               It’s Already Happening
                                 When Budweiser launched the hugely popular Whassup! campaign consumers started mak-
                                 ing their own versions and competing to see who could be most innovative and entertain-
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                    recommend and content was handed over to an Open Source community. This incredibly simple idea was
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                               to 1.5 million recipients. This year the company is taking the campaign one step further and
                               allowing people to collaborate on sketches in groups of 3.

                               And itʼs not just online activity that works. In 2004, Mercedes asked people to send in pic-
                               tures of themselves with their beloved Mercs. The company received a huge number of highly
                               prized photographs which became the centrepiece of an integrated campaign. Again con-
                               sumers were asked to create an Open Source style community and provide the campaign with
                               its content and direction.

                               Converse, the old-school trainer manufacturer owned by Nike, has instigated a campaign
                               inviting amateur film makers to submit short films based around the legendary sneaker. The
                               company received more than 700 submissions which can all be viewed on their website, to
                               which traffic has jumped. The winners are going to be turned into TV adverts, with the suc-
                               cessful directors receiving $10,000 per spot.


    But this time, the consumer is
                            in command and control.
                                Redbullʼs ʻArt of the Canʼ campaign challenges consumers to turn the product packaging into
                              inspiring   works of art, all to be judged by Tracy Emin. They have set a few rules and then
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                               The Next Great Love
                               The power of Open Source values can be unleashed to create marketing campaigns that are
                               innovative, surprising, energetic and engaging. Campaigns that people want to join.

                               All the qualities that the marketing and advertising industry once loved about TV are alive
                               and well in the Open Source Movement.

                               But this time, the consumer is in command and control.




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What is Open Source Marketing? (a ChangeThis manifest)

  • 1. ChangeThis Y Save to disk [help] 2 Hide/Show menus What is Open Source Marketing? The love affair between big brands and mass media is over. But where do marketers go next? The Open GO AHEAD AND PRINT THIS. This manifesto Source Movement has the answers. continued > is toner-friendly: the backgrounds wonʼt print on paper and are only visible on-screen to aid readability. We recommend printing a by James Cherkoff test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| f X Not using Adobe Acrobat? Please go to http://changethis.com/content/reader NEXT
  • 2. ChangeThis End of a Love Affair Todayʼs consumer is unrecognisable from even just twenty years ago. More savvy, more skeptical, wealthier, better informed, less deferential and generally more in control. The advertising industry, however, is still largely using tactics that were created in the 1950s, like the 30-second ad slot. The result is that consumers find advertising irrelevant, or even ir- ritating, and are increasingly using technology like PVRs to filter it out of their lives. The question is, where can the industry turn to reignite its passion? Thatʼs not to say that people arenʼt interested in brands and products. And companies are obviously just as keen to find new customers. People just find the old-school techniques out- of-sync with their lifestyles, and advertisers want to excite people about their brands, not annoy them. All quite a conundrum for the marketing industry, a global business worth $370 billion in 2004. Clearly, marketing isnʼt going to disappear. It existed before the TV schedule and will GO AHEAD AND PRINT as long as markets themselves. The question is, where can the industry turn to continue THIS. This manifesto its passion? reignite is toner-friendly: the The answer lies in a phenomenon which demonstrates all the energy, innovation and excite- backgrounds wonʼt print on paper andthat TV brought to people in the 1950s: the Open Source Movement (OSM). ment are only visible on-screen to aid readability. We recommend printing a test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 2/15 X
  • 3. ChangeThis Geeksville… Open Source started when programmers began collaborating online to build new technical platforms and systems. Freed from institutional red-tape, hierarchy, and shareholder respon- sibility, the ideas flowed fast and furious through these online communities. The rewards werenʼt profit but the buzz of collaboration, the intellectual challenge and the opportunity to shake things up. At the heart of the process was the communityʼs willingness to share pro- gramming ʻsource code,ʼ albeit under certain conditions. And so the Open Source Movement was born. By any measure, the results have been staggering. Linux, a computer operating system, was one of the first big breakthroughs. So successful that, when referring to the software giantʼs future, Microsoftʼs CEO, Steve Ballmer said, “Iʼd put the Linux phenomenon as threat number one.” More recently, an Open Source community called Mozilla created Firefox, a web browser that at the time of writing had been downloaded almost 21 million times. Its members are so passionate that at the end of 2004 they funded a double-page advert in the New York Times announcing its launch. …and Beyond GO AHEAD AND PRINT THIS. This manifesto is toner-friendly: the With origins like these, itʼs not surprising that the Open Source Movement can seem like a backgrounds wonʼt nerdy cult, far removed from the glamour of Madison Avenue. However, itʼs quickly moving print on paper and are beyond geeksville. Mainstream consumers are falling for the values that drive open source only visible on-screen and its super-charged, online communities. to aid readability. We recommend printing a test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 3/15 X
  • 4. ChangeThis The buzz of meeting like-minded people from all over the world: the fun of sharing ideas, however crazy or leftfield; the feelings of empowerment; the can-do, pioneering freedom. Itʼs these social, entrepreneurial values that are creating Open Source communities of gamers, petrol heads, food lovers, film fans, musicians, sports junkies, globetrotters and almost every other area of modern culture. Just like TV did 50 years ago. Mainstream consumers are falling for the values that drive Open Source. The non-technical examples of Open Source are varied and growing fast. The massive file-sharing communities that gave birth to Napster and reinvigorated the music industry are based on Open Source values. Howard Deanʼs presidential campaign used Open Source techniques to mobilise 600,000 people and raise more than $25m, changing the face of US politics. The Creative Commons license is a new type of copyright (nicknamed copyleft) created by an Open Source community that gives artists the flexibility to collaborate. Its fans include Chuck D, the Beastie Boys, David Byrne and Gilberto Gil. GO AHEAD AND PRINT THIS. This manifesto Wikipedia is an Open Source encyclopedia (recently recognised by the Press Association) con- is toner-friendly: the taining 1.3 million articles in eight different languages, all written, developed and maintained backgrounds wonʼt print on paper and are people around the world. by regular only visible on-screen Ohmynews is an Open Source Korean newspaper written by more than 40,000 individual to aid readability. We recommend citizens. a printing test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 4/15 X Want to copy and paste parts of this manifesto? CLICK HERE for instructions.
  • 5. ChangeThis All are massive collaborations among thousands of far-flung individuals, turned on by Open Source values. Free and Easy An important factor behind the explosive growth of Open Source values is that the technical knowledge required to get involved has been greatly reduced. The rapid growth of online tools has made it easier for people with no technical interest or knowledge to chat, publish, promote, discuss and interact online. Weblogs (“blogs”) are the star of the show. Pubsub, an online blog monitor in the US, estimates that more than 24 million were launched in 2004 and expects continued expo- nential growth. But there are plenty of other cheap accessible digital tools (Bittorrent, RSS, LiveJournal, Podcasts, Technorati, Feedster, Flickr) that are making Open Source communities more accessible and sophisticated. Open Source Meets Marketing So TV audiences are shrinking and fragmenting while Open Source values are spreading cre- ating influential, vibrant communities. Itʼs a trend that brands are, not surprisingly, interested in. The question for marketers is how to interact with these new powerful consumer groups GO AHEAD AND PRINT THIS. This manifesto that will win over hearts and minds. in ways is toner-friendly: the backgrounds wonʼt print on paper and are WAR, WAR… only visible on-screen to aid readability. We recommend To date, a printing marketing has been about command of the media and control of the message. test page asBorrowing the language of war, marketers have been used to launching campaigns that target some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 5/15 X
  • 6. ChangeThis consumers with brand collateral, adhering to strict rules of engagement (AKA brand guide- lines), under the guidance of personnel known as brand guardians. The results have been mea- sured using analytical models based on TLAs like TVR and OTS. Itʼs been about secrecy and itʼs been about driving consumer demand by bombarding their senses. Consumers use technology to shelter from brand bombardment. ....OR JAW, JAW But the new marketplace doesnʼt respond to this approach. It is made up of more powerful consumers who use technology to shelter from brand-bombardment. In fact, Open Source communities have taken this even further. Not happy with simply filter- ing what they donʼt like, they are increasingly creating their own content to entertain, inform and educate their peers. Most of this content is brand-free but sometimes a brand is ʻbor- rowedʼ to make a point, good or bad. GO AHEAD AND PRINT George Masters is an American school teacher and a big fan of Appleʼs iPod. At the end of THIS. This manifesto 2004 he made a homemade advert for the iPod Mini. He then shared the viral film with an is toner-friendly: the backgrounds wonʼt community of Apple fans expecting nothing in return, other than a little credibility online from his peers. Instead, the film spread quickly and within a few days had been viewed more print on paper and are than 40,000 times. The quality of the ad was good enough for many people to think they only visible on-screen to aid readability. watching the output of a big ad agency. were We recommend printing a test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 6/15 X
  • 7. ChangeThis Recently a more malevolent piece of content was created by two London designers in the shape of an advert for VW Polo. The advert used a suicide bomber to demonstrate the strength of the car. When released online the shocking advert was viewed by millions of people. VWʼs reaction was to demand a public apology and call the lawyers, a course of ac- tion straight from the war-war school. In fact, they demanded back the ʻsource materialʼ from the makers of the ad. All of which can sound like total chaos to a marketing department... A New View However, a new breed of marketers is emerging with a different vision of the world. Inspired by websites such as The Cluetrain Manifesto, they understand the mindset of the modern con- sumer and the influence of Open Source values. And this has set them on a very different path from the command and control mindset of the traditional marketeer. They understand that the powerful new markets created by Open Source values are transpar- ent, that they operate in real-time, that they are controlled by people not companies, that they are global, highly reactive, flooded with information and made up of millions of inter- linked niches. And they know that effective modern marketing strategies must reflect this new environment. GO AHEAD AND PRINT THIS. This manifesto is toner-friendly: the backgrounds wonʼt print on paper and are only visible on-screen to aid readability. We recommend printing a test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 7/15 X Want to find the most buzzworthy manifestos? DISCOVER them here.
  • 8. ChangeThis Itʼs early days for open source marketers and there are no textbooks to turn to (yet) but a few principles are emerging: 1 BACK TO THE SOURCE Consumers are no longer happy to sit back and be fed a brand and its values. They want to interact with the ʻbrand sourceʼ in the same way that Linux programmers want to get their hands on the programming source code. That means giving con- sumers access to the brand and inviting them to co-create. Open Source marketers understand this and make it easy for customers to get involved with a brand and affect its direction, maybe even its values. 2 SPOT BRAND FANS The new breed recognise there is no point in ʻdemanding back the source materialʼ because it is well and truly out there — in the public domain. In fact, they look to put the brand source materials in the hands of consumers, especially brand fans like George Masters. Then they sit back and watch the fireworks as communities create and innovate in ways that enlarge and enrich the community. 3 BE A BRAND HOST GO AHEAD AND PRINT They know that that brand guardians are no longer relevant to the marketplace and that brand hosts are more in tune with the times. Todayʼs consumer wants to interact THIS. This manifesto is toner-friendly: the with big, exciting, sexy brands, but on their own terms. Brands can host the party backgrounds wonʼt and try and make it attractive to consumers but they must realise that the new con- print on paper and are sumer has a full diary and plenty of suitors. only visible on-screen to aid readability. We recommend printing a test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 8/15 X
  • 9. ChangeThis 4 ARE YOU LISTENING TO ME? The voice of the mass markets was a LOUD and BOOMING monologue. It didnʼt leave a lot of time to listen to anyone. Open Source communities are all about conversation and dialogue. Open Source Marketing means listening really closely to the rumours and whispers that bring the new marketplace alive. 5 GET REAL Authenticity is one of the most valuable currencies in the transparent marketplace. So human, friendly voices (like Robert Scoble) are particularly effective. Corporate speak and PR flack is just ignored. And itʼs no good just pretending. YOU WILL GET RUMBLED. This can be a difficult leap of faith for companies who have used their brands like shields, to keep the world at bay. 6 YOUR CUSTOMERS ARE CLEVERER THAN YOU Open Source marketers understand that their customers are clever, cleverer than thermselves and their agencies. So they try and tap into this intelligence to help grow their brands. By the way, this includes the obssessive customers who make a racket about every last product detail or development and constantly write in with leftfield ideas. They are probably the most valuable. GO AHEAD AND PRINT THIS. This manifesto is toner-friendly: the backgrounds wonʼt print on paper and are only visible on-screen to aid readability. We recommend printing a test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 9/15 X
  • 10. ChangeThis 7 LET GO Open source marketers understand, most importantly, that people are now in control of the brands that for so long have been wrapped up and locked in corporate safes. Brands are no longer proprietary and companies need to adapt to that reality. Thereʼs no point in calling in the lawyers to try and change things back. The world has moved on. 8 OPEN MINDS Open Source marketers also know this new environment is not as dangerous as it sounds. They know the greatest barriers are the mental ones built up during the reign of mass marketing and TV. By setting some rough parameters and then challenging consumers to get involved, or co-create, they are already seeing some fantastic results. It’s Already Happening When Budweiser launched the hugely popular Whassup! campaign consumers started mak- ing their own versions and competing to see who could be most innovative and entertain- GO AHEAD AND PRINT ing. Groups of Rabbis, English gentlemen, superheroes and South Park characters started THIS. This manifesto Whassuping! all over the web. But Anheuser-Busch didnʼt call legal. They sat back and is toner-friendly: the backgrounds wonʼt as the community took the mega-brand into new, exciting areas. watched print on paper and are only visible on-screen General Electric ran an online advertising campaign called ʻPenʼ which allowed Last year, to aid readability. We create a drawing online and send it to a friend. Effectively, the campaign direction people to recommend and content was handed over to an Open Source community. This incredibly simple idea was printing a test page asa multi-award winner and resulted in users from 140 countries e-mailing 6 million sketches some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 10/15 X Donʼt agree with this manifesto? Write your own. CLICK HERE for details.
  • 11. ChangeThis to 1.5 million recipients. This year the company is taking the campaign one step further and allowing people to collaborate on sketches in groups of 3. And itʼs not just online activity that works. In 2004, Mercedes asked people to send in pic- tures of themselves with their beloved Mercs. The company received a huge number of highly prized photographs which became the centrepiece of an integrated campaign. Again con- sumers were asked to create an Open Source style community and provide the campaign with its content and direction. Converse, the old-school trainer manufacturer owned by Nike, has instigated a campaign inviting amateur film makers to submit short films based around the legendary sneaker. The company received more than 700 submissions which can all be viewed on their website, to which traffic has jumped. The winners are going to be turned into TV adverts, with the suc- cessful directors receiving $10,000 per spot. But this time, the consumer is in command and control. Redbullʼs ʻArt of the Canʼ campaign challenges consumers to turn the product packaging into inspiring works of art, all to be judged by Tracy Emin. They have set a few rules and then GO AHEAD AND PRINT THIS. This manifesto asked their customers to come up with the ideas. is toner-friendly: the Microsoftʼs Channel 9 was inspired by the open channel that aircraft pilots use to talk to each backgrounds wonʼt print on paper and It effectively allows people on the outside of the corporation to tune into what is be- other. are only visible on-screen ing said inside the software giant via the companyʼs 1200 bloggers. It has helped change the to aid readability. We perception of the software giant among some very important audiences. recommend printing a test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 11/15 X
  • 12. ChangeThis The Next Great Love The power of Open Source values can be unleashed to create marketing campaigns that are innovative, surprising, energetic and engaging. Campaigns that people want to join. All the qualities that the marketing and advertising industry once loved about TV are alive and well in the Open Source Movement. But this time, the consumer is in command and control. GO AHEAD AND PRINT THIS. This manifesto is toner-friendly: the backgrounds wonʼt print on paper and are only visible on-screen to aid readability. We recommend printing a test page as some older printers do not support this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 12/15 X
  • 13. ChangeThis info ABOUT THE AUTHOR James Cherkoff is a Director of Collaborate Marketing, an independent consultancy based in London. When he isnʼt helping companies like GM and Nestlé get to grips with a networked world, he writes about digital marketing for online and offline publications, including the Financial Times. He is also author of Modern Marketing, a blog which is syndicated around the world, and a keen fan of Arsenal FC. Visit http://www.collaboratemarketing.com for more information.. DOWNLOAD THIS This manifesto is available from http://changethis.com/14.OpenSourceMktg SEND THIS Click here to pass along a copy of this manifesto to others. http://changethis.com/14.OpenSourceMktg/email SUBSCRIBE Learn about our latest manifestos as soon as they are available. Sign up for our free newsletter and be notified by email. http://changethis.com/subscribe GO AHEAD AND PRINT THIS. This manifesto is toner-friendly: the backgrounds wonʼt print on paper and are only visible on-screen to aid readability. We recommend printing a test page as some older z | MORE printers do not support f LAST PAGE READ this Acrobat feature. | iss. 14.04 | i | U | |+| h f 13/15 X
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