Social Market Research for Charity – Founder’s Presentation. smrc in a Nutshell On a mission for the rewards of charity. Meeting Support:. Meeting Support for this Presentation: The Authorstream "Present-Live" meeting link is at:
Social Market Research for Charity – Founder’s Presentation
SMRC (Social Market Research for Charity) is society's new model for supplemental funding that's based on monetizing the value of all social content & feedback for charity AND social credit member rewards. This passive social credit award & 501-c3 rating service is the result that formed, from merging the best ideas of top seven "mover and shaker" speakers at TED.com, w/ Stephen Colbert (colbertnation.com), the BCG(Boston Consulting Group, experts of Social Impact analytics), Cone Communications (leaders in Cause Marketing) and Phil Nakata (former IBM CTO: Intellectual Capital, AI & Emerging Technologies).
Please review at least the first few videos presented at www.socialmarketresearchforcharity.org before proceeding --
Four Use Cases illustrate step-by-step how SMRC creates custom donations & social reward value for everyday social content & sponsor research, feedback or purchases (Click HERE for the Donations-Rewards flowchart or HERE for dynamic Use Cases [screens]):
Note: The interactive chart/ screens above are the best way to see how SMRC works
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The Details: SMRC creates donations and an equal value of social member rewards from/ for:
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3. Similarly, SMRC generates donations (to your favorite charities & social member rewards) in exchange for Feedback and testimonials to SMRC sponsor's in-store sampling, on-site trials and scheduled expert demonstration (at $1-$10 per instance, no purchase is required).
B. True Sustainable Cause Marketing w/Loyalty:
Alternately, SMRC sponsors provide the best 'double bonus' market offers for everyday and special commerce (at 5-10% of the commerce per instance, as true sponsor donations to your favorite charity and the equal value in social rewards).
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