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Pandemonium. Larry Weber Chairman and CEO W2 Group, Inc. Pandemonium and the Rise of Digital Influence. Podcasting. 25,000 Podcasts in June 2005. In Thousands. Source: Technology Review October 2005. Blogging. 80,000 Blogs in July 2005. RSS.

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Pandemonium

Larry Weber

Chairman and CEO

W2 Group, Inc.

podcasting
Podcasting

25,000 Podcasts in June 2005

In Thousands

Source: Technology Review October 2005

blogging
Blogging

80,000 Blogs in July 2005

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RSS

More than 1 million RSS feeds were added in March and April.

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He’s In Control

  • Favorite bloggers filter his news
  • With RSS he picks what he reads
  • He opts-in to Web and pod casts
  • He belongs to a private social network
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You Want it Back!

  • You want your ads astride his news
  • You want to own his first brand impression
  • His webcasts/podcasts are your advertorials
  • You want to monetize his RSS feeds
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You’ll Never Get it All Back

  • He can drop feeds at any time
  • He’ll expose the blogger and it’s over
  • He’ll smell a rat and tell everyone
  • He will leave if he feels pushed
  • You’ll put ads in RSS feeds
  • You’ll get bloggers to endorse your product
  • You’ll make a great advertorial podcast
  • You’ll host a party for his social network
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Some Have Tried

  • McDonald’s fake blog to support Super Bowl ad
  • Blogsphere reaction was terse: not lovin’ it
  • Lesson: It has to be real!
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Some Have Tried

  • Mazda’s fake blog to support M3 car launch
  • Blogsphere hated it: blog removed
  • Lesson: Be transparent!
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Some Are Trying

  • Bzz Agents pass along opinions; receive free stuff
  • Some claim it’s disingenuous and/or dishonest
  • Lesson: You can’t hide the point of origin
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Some Are Trying

  • Burger King goes back to viral well
  • Many wonder if it really helps the brand?
  • Lesson: There’s a fine line between cool and cloying
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Some Are Trying

  • Wash Post puts ads in its feeds
  • No agreement on whether it will be viable model
  • Many wonder about a backlash
  • Lesson: Stay tuned!
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Morphing 101

GOALS

Stronger dialogue

Compelling content

Reach fewer, better

Loyalty/rewards

Transparency

Morph!

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Morphing 101

STRATEGIES

Embrace consumer generated media

Tap power of citizen journalism

Use “unpaid” media (and be creative)

Use paid media wisely

Morph!

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Morphing 101

TACTICS OVERVIEW

Induce customers to generate content

Monitor and engage citizen journalists

Form communities people want to join

Use paid media to drive the above

Morph!

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Morphing 101

SUCCESS MEASURES

Share of conversation

Engagement

Tone of digital discourse

Real market share

Relate all above to actual sales, etc.

Morph!

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Morphed Marketer’s Platform

Data & Analytics

Relationship Engine

Digital Communications

Interfaces

  • CMO Dashboard

Custom Micro sites

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A Blend of Paid & Unpaid

Paid

Unpaid

Ads/Sponsorships

  • TV/iTV
  • Magazines
  • Out-of-home
  • Online/RSS
  • Mobile/SMS
  • Conferences
  • Experiential events
  • In-Game

Wireless

  • SMS
  • Podcasting
  • Mobile RSS

Online

  • Webinars
  • Weblogs/Vlogs
  • Social networks
  • 2nd gen. website
  • Podcasting
  • RSS
  • Micro sites

Direct/Collateral

  • Mailers
  • Interactive email
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A New Environment

Seamless travel between physical and virtual

A true social web

Consumer enters or leaves at will

Requires a new set of skills and discipline

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A New Environment

New media doesn’t replace mass media – it’s just less expensive

The mix changes for every brand

Some constants: RSS is now a major delivery vehicle, rich media engages, real opinions are catalytic

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Morphing Already: Webisodes

  • Unilever: no TV/print spots for Spray launch
  • Animated Webisodes
  • Start w/smart email campaign; tell-a-friend link
  • Lesson: The big ships are turning

Flash-enabled Micro site

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Morphing Already: SMS

  • Harper Collins’ campaign for Princess Diaries
  • SMS-based; support with print ads
  • Flytxt gives HC real-time subscriber info
  • Lesson: Paid and unpaid co-exist
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Morphing Already: Micro sites

  • Akamai wants to tell a richer story
  • PR campaign built around rich media micro site
  • Seed with smart email; drive traffic with media coverage
  • Lesson: Not just for consumer brands

Flash-enabled Micro site

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Morphing Already: CGM

  • American Airlines micro site for Why You Fly campaign
  • Contest: real flyer’s videos and pictures
  • AA ad campaign mimics home videos
  • Lesson: Consumers provide free video (brand impressions)
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Morphing Already: RSS

  • NYC-based realtor RSS feeds everything
  • One-click to add RSS feed on every page
  • User’s choice: from news to open houses
  • Lesson: You’ve morphed when your brand awareness is regarded as service
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Morphing Already: Podcasting

  • IBM podcasts fresh thought leadership
  • 21 minutes is all they ask
  • RSS feeds connect IBM to podsphere
  • Lesson: Podcasting is not for consumer brands alone
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Morphing Already: LMN

  • Verizon’s“Location-aware” media networking
  • User-generate mobile content; based on proximity/interest
  • Like blogging, but wireless
  • Lesson: Blogging was only the tip of the social web explosion
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Morphing Already: MeTV

Pro-Am Production

Daily episodes w/ loyal following

Sponsorship!

Syndicated ads!

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So What’s Next?

TV

TV

Moblogs, SMS, location based

Advervision in Prime Time

1,000+ channels of Pro-Am TV

(Google Video Upload??)

Biz/ Commerce Sites

Breaking News

Blogs/

Vlogs

Totally paid-for content; syndicated revenue model

RSS-fed life portals…

still battling

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Pandemonium

Larry Weber

Chairman and CEO

W2 Group, Inc.

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