Agenda Day 1
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
The A.R.T. of Engagement
When you have someone's attention and they have yours, what happens next? The answers to this question represent the future of marketing. Impressions, click paths, conversions, they're all important, but in an omnichannel world, what if the experience—not the transaction—were the outcome? Brian Solis will share the importance of experience in each of the four moments of truth and why the A.R.T. of Engagement will change how we think about marketing and ROI.
|10:00-10:30||Morning Coffee Break in the Sponsor Area|
Voice is an activation to purchase - the milestone of relationships. As we know, consumers do most pre-purchase research online, on their own initiative and only interact with a brand physically when going into a store or picking up the phone. This is the point at which the brand promise often does not live up to the customer's expectations.
Research shows that despite living in an always-on world, human interaction is valued by the modern customer, as 64% of people get frustrated when they are only able to interact with a company online. An overwhelming 74% said that speaking to an operator on the phone gives them peace of mind and confidence that they are getting exactly what they want, with 34% more likely to purchase as a result.
In this presentation we'll explore how we can leverage what we already know about the digital journey to drive happier customer experiences when bridging the online and offline divides. To not have data on the phone call affects business decisions, marketing optimization, customer targeting and acquisition, and above all reduces the value of the quality of all other data.
A Picture Is Worth 1000 Words: Using Visuals to Generate Break-Through Results from Social Media Marketing
You've heard the expression "a picture is worth 1,000 words". This expression refers to the fact that our brains process images and visuals quicker than text. Images and visuals are processed 60,000 times more quickly by our brains than text. As digital marketing becomes more and more crowded and cluttered, marketers and businesses need new tools to stand out and break-through the social media clutter. Visuals like images and videos are breaking-through the noise on social media and driving real results for businesses. This presentation will show you WHY visuals are so important and HOW they are impacting your social media marketing. If you are participating on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or Blogging you can't afford to ignore the value that visuals play in enhancing your results. Discover tools, tricks and tips to creating amazing visuals that can easily connect with consumers and drive results. You don't have to be a professional photographer or a video expert to make amazing visual content that really stands out. Learn the secret tools that businesses are using to create stunning visuals that get real results.
Planning on a viral video is like planning to win the lottery. Sure, it happens on occasion, but anticipating that a video will go viral is not a reliable, sustainable, or likely plan. In this session, you'll learn why you should implement an antiviral approach instead.
What can you do to build a sustained, long-term output of engaging content that will improve your bottom line? Using online video, Austin has helped launch new products, reinvigorated old ones, and Kickstart a feature film. Following the anti-viral approach, his teams have not only built ventures from the ground up, they've paradoxically improved their chances of having truly viral video.
Are you overwhelmed by what seems like constant Google changes, worried about lost traffic, or just not sure if there are any worthwhile SEO "best practices" left?
Here's the good news: Updated SEO tactics give marketers more benefits and potential ROI than ever before. The challenge is not to navigate around each new algorithm, but to create an SEO strategy that is not at risk of penalties and will not be affected by (or could even benefit from) the next major update.
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With powerful monitoring and analytics tools, pulling and analyzing large sets of data is seen as the future of public relations, marketing and storytelling. However, using the information to create actionable insights is an ongoing challenge for marketing and communications professionals. Explore how to use data to enhance the results of your communications programs. This session will help you use data better to tell your stories both externally to generate awareness and buzz for your brand as well as bringing data together internally to share results of your marketing and PR programs.
Social Media will continue to be complex. The second you think you understand it, something changes. With Facebook's algorithm adjustment, brands are finding creative ways to drive Social traffic through media - and not always in the ways you think.
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Achieving Authenticity: User Generated Video Content Transforms Storytelling Power in Find Yours Campaign
Brands need to be storytellers, but the most compelling stories usually come from consumers - they're not something brands can authentically create. Using the transformative power of travel, Expedia took a new approach to marketing and created an authentic voice with Find Yours, a multi-platform campaign featuring user generated videos that show the unique experience each person finds when traveling. Find Yours allowed Expedia to build a personal relationship with customers and become more than just a booking engine. In this session, participants will learn:
Health care consumers want to find the information they need online-Chicago Style SEO and Advocate Health Care have partnered to create and execute digital paid search strategies to promote Advocate's physicians, Health eNews brand journalism website, and marketing campaigns to grow new patient appointments that increase ROI. This digital prescription is a potent mix of sophisticated use of nearly all AdWords products (search, Remarketing, RLSA, display...) as well as doses of Outbrain, Bing, and even Twitter.
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Budgeting and allocating is hard enough within PPC search with engines keywords, match types, ad copy, ad-types, campaign structures, extension, devices... As a digital marketer you are being asked to prioritize digital spend across social media, display, video and "native advertising." Even investments in SEO and digital earned media are often the responsibility of the online marketing and analytics teams. In this session you will learn how to:
Both incremental improvements and leaps forward in campaign design and optimization all arise from data driven analysis and intelligent experimentation. If you are ready to take your campaign and your career to the next level, this session is for you because it provides you with the foundation to optimize all forms of media and marketing.
It can take a lifetime to build a good reputation and an afternoon to destroy it. In this session we'll walk through the different ways that your reputation can be impacted, how you should prepare for an issue, and how you should respond. We'll go through real life examples of companies that have encountered some form of online reputation hit, either of their own creation, or by a third party. We'll talk about what they did, and what they should have done, with real life tactics that can apply to your business. So regardless of whether it's a Facebook slip up, an erroneous tweet, or a negative search listing, we'll talk you through the steps to prepare and recover your brand's reputation.
Many site owners and marketers spend a lot of time analyzing natural search terms and user behavior through various Google's online tools, but an often overlooked resource is a site's search data. This data reflects exactly what site visitors, who are more likely to fit the target demographic, are typing in to the search box and gives a more accurate view into what terms site owners should be optimizing for.
Is your website not getting the traffic you expected? Does your site have a high bounce rate and low engagement? This session provides step-by-step checklists and examples to help designers, developers, and other web professionals identify and fix site issues to ensure they're following best usability, user experience (UX), and findability best practices.
|3:00-3:30||Afternoon Break in the Sponsor Area|
Driving clicks and traffic to your site is not enough. Advertisers need to better equip themselves with the right strategies and tools that will turn those clicks into conversions. Come join this session to hear details about the latest enhancements and tools available to take your conversions to the next level. Beyond familiarizing attendees with new capabilities and reports this session will review and share best practices which will:
Have you ever had a fan wear so much of your branded clothing that it looks like they work for your company? What about a fan that could tell what year your product was made by its smell? By engaging these super fans with a customized experience, you can turn them into local advocates for your brand.
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Learn how ABM generated more than a 3000% return on advertising spend by consolidating its marketing efforts internally and focusing on improving lead quality through tracking in marketing automation and CRM. The session will outline specific tactics to improve lead quality through organizational alignment, strict keyword targeting, ad testing, and competitor targeting.
Meet The Experts Roundtables
This roundtable forum provides an opportunity to learn, network, and share information with peers and leading industry specialists. Roundtable discussions focus on various topics and each feature two experts. Choose the roundtable most pertinent to you and join the conversation! You may move freely between roundtables to make sure you get the most out of this session.
|6:30||End of Day One|
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