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IBMS Semester 6b Fall 2013 Mr. George Szanto. Video 24 Multichannel Online-Offline Integration Strategies. Topics & Learning Goals. Review definition & Axioms How to select right channels Introduce 4 different models for building multichannel online-offline strategy

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Ibms semester 6b fall 2013 mr george szanto

IBMS Semester 6b Fall 2013

Mr. George Szanto

Video 24 Multichannel Online-Offline Integration Strategies


Topics learning goals

Topics & Learning Goals

Review definition & Axioms

How to select right channels

Introduce 4 different modelsfor building multichannel online-offline strategy

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State howincreasingchannels effect corporate operations

Usevariousmetricstoqualifyandpickchannels

Understand different multichannelconceptualmodels


Definition of online offline multichannel marketing

Definition of Online-Offline Multichannel Marketing


Multichannel axioms

MultichannelAxioms

More channels > costs, people resources

More channels > content needs / retargeting

More channels > data analysis complexity (more tools)

More channels > chance conflicting messaging

More channels > cross departmentorganizationalchallenges

More channels does alwaysmean more profits


Examples of online digital marketspace

Examples of Online Digital Marketspace

On the course webpage there is an Excel file (List of Digital Multichannels)whichprovides a list of 60 possible types of digital channels


Typical consumer cross channel usage 2012

Typical Consumer Cross Channel Usage 2012

  • Source: Tealeaf Survey 2012 - http://www-01.ibm.com/software/info/tealeaf/


Typical b2b european cross channel usage 2013

Typical B2B European Cross Channel Usage 2013


How to pick the right channels

How topick the right channels?

Review performance of channels currently used

Score other potential channels for market fit and potential returns (see next slides)

Select new mix of channels for managing

Iterate Channel offerings - Experiment withinexpensive A/B testing


How to pick channels segmentation

How toPickChannels - Segmentation

Traditional

Online paid display andpaid per click

Event marketing channels

Influencerchannels

Social Networking Channels

* See Appendix of the posted report formanyspecificexamples


How to pick channels channel priorization metrics

How toPickChannels – Channel Priorization & Metrics

Identifying Marketing Channel Prioritization Factors and Relevant Metrics

The first step of marketing channel prioritization is to define the factors that will have the biggest influence on ranking the channels. Assuming you are comparing marketing channels of the same type, you can classify those factors into four key categories:

Content relevance: The fit of a given marketing channel relative to the content delivered to a particular audience and its interests.

Reach: The total number of potential prospects (or their influencers) that your business could impact, educate, or interact with through a given channel.

Cost: The tally of capital and human resources, and the time necessary to effectively utilize a particular channel. Some costs might be fixed (e.g., hiring new team members to acquire a specific channel skill set, and purchasing equipment), while others could vary with channel usage (e.g., cost per e-mail or click).

Effectiveness: The rate of return — measured by such factors as increased awareness and number of qualified leads— on each investment in a specific channel.


How to disqualify channels

How toDisqualifyChannels

Too technical: Software developer Q&A sites might possess content and keywords that meet your channel theme criteria, but they are often too technically focused to be a viable marketing channel.

Too local: If a website is hyper-local (for example, small-town newspapers or directories), it probably won’t reach the audience you need to target.

Operated by a competitor: A competitor’s product website or an offshoot site controlled by a direct competitor should be crossed off your list immediately. Even if it has great content and speaks to your target audience, that competitor is not going to allow you to use its website as a marketing channel.

Not really a marketing channel

Is the website’s purpose mainly to sell paid advertising?

Does the website focus mostly on selling a specific product?

Is the website a link or content farm?


Conceptual maps of multichannels strategies

ConceptualMaps of MultichannelsStrategies

1. Buyer Life CyclevsElements of CorpStrategy

Source: http://www.socialmarketingforum.net/2012/08/four-multi-channel-and-touchpoint-marketing-models/


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2. Buying Stage versus Channel


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3. BuyingFunnelModels


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4. Touch point experincemodels


End of video thank you

End of Video - Thank you

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