Agenda Day 2
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
The race is on for brand and platform dominance in Social, and the lead horses have come to share their insights. With the never-ending myriad of Social Media Advertising, Content Marketing, Retargeting, Mobile and every iteration of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+... we need to get a bigger picture sense of what is important and why. And that's exactly what this panel will nail: budget priorities, staffing, strategies and the how-to's behind what's working and what's not.
|10:30-11:00||Morning Coffee Break in the Sponsor Area|
Today's consumers are true digital natives. They seamlessly move between platforms, channels and even devices. In this age, technology and data are crucial in order to help us identify the footprints created by these consumers. Data insights platforms and DMPs tell us where our consumers are, when they are there and their propensity to engage with us. But in a world where consumers get bombarded with messages, it is not enough to know when to talk to them and where to talk to them, but we need to know what to say to them as well.
Attends will learn how to leverage social and content listening tools in order to create impactful messages that will speak to their audiences in their native and unique voice in order to create a meaningful connection.
A lot of companies have increased their investments in online marketing because it is more measurable, as opposed to conventional media such as television. Tracking what leads to sales conversion, however, has become increasingly complicated. Everyone also knows last click or first click attribution are too simple to meaningfully represent today's omni-channel ultra-connected consumer. Indeed, they can steer you in the wrong direction. So it's not surprising that multi-channel tools and attribution modeling are one of the hot topics in digital analytics. However, as with any technology, insights don't just magically appear on their own, and you need to do some work.
In this session, you will:
YouTube offers a mobile video app called YouTube Capture. Facebook has introduced a way to share 15-second videos on Instagram. Vine, the mobile service from Twitter, creates 6-second looping videos. Success with microvideos requires the same elements as any good desktop-content program: good content, social marketing, community management, and outreach/PR.
This session will describe each component, discuss common mistakes, cite case studies, and provide best practices. You will learn:
Knowledge is being created and shared at unprecedented rates. People are now sharing original content, forming and joining virtual communities, organizing activities, tapping into the advice of others and sharing experiences at scale and without boundaries. This collective knowledge is enabling people to rapidly learn, act with greater confidence and influence others in entirely new ways. In fact, social is now the #1 use of the internet, with 94% using it to learn, 78% to share knowledge and 49% to engage experts. With 2 billion social connections and more than 3 billion expressions per day, it's fueling the emergence of a knowledge economy and empowered individuals.
As social and mobile technologies become increasingly pervasive, the opportunity to engage people in new ways is profoundly changing the way we do business. With individuals expecting to engage when and how they want, organizations are tasked with encouraging and supporting collaboration for employees, customers, partners and citizens while keeping an unrelenting focus on user experience. How can they do this, while safeguarding the integrity of both the business and the brand?
The following will be discussed in the session:
Local search marketing has evolved to the point that in order for brands to achieve maximum exposure in online search results, they must employ a sound local search strategy among their owned assets and complement that strategy with effective paid search marketing at the local level. This session will provide attendees ideas and tactics around how to drive traffic to local business websites and customers to local store locations with a comprehensive local search strategy, and also how to effectively use local paid search campaigns to increase customer conversion rates.
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.
Big Data Marketing: How to Integrate Data Across Social, Mobile, and Digital Platforms to Drive Sales
Understand Big data is as simple as how to apply it to marketing. Predictive Analytics, Lead Scoring, Behavioral Targeting to name a few. In this educational jam packed session of case studies, research and plain old tactics to use tomorrow, you'll learn how to make Big Data work for your marketing efforts.
Forget everything you know, or think you know about auditing an AdWords account! In this presentation, you will hear concrete answers to the quintessential SEM question - How well are my PPC campaigns doing? - and provide concrete steps on what to do if they're underperforming. You will learn:
Attendees will leave with a powerful new framework for auditing and troubleshooting PPC accounts.
In this session learn how a highly customized mobile experience yielded increased user engagement and key data insights. Understand how Nissan and The Spinifex Group designed a program with key technology that no other automotive brand is using to provide key data indicating what products, information and locations within the booth at an auto show were most popular and where attendees were spending the most amount of time. Find out more about how the concept was put together and how this information was used to create quality engagement and experiences for consumers.
All consumers are digital consumers; yet, most companies don't have the strategic tools to deliver against what consumers will want next. What makes a digital consumer is not demographics or psychographics. It's behavior - and there are new patterns for thinking and doing that almost all digital consumers engage in.
In this in-depth presentation of digital ethnographic research conducted for The Digital Consumer Collaborative, we will describe how consumers think when assisted by digital devices and its impact on their decision-making, their ability to act spontaneously when a thought arises, their ability to 'queue,' and their expectations from digital in the next three years. We will describe the movement away from omni-channel to digital context.
This presentation will help you:
In this must attend session, you will find out several different types of digital assets that you can add to your site, and then how to leverage those digital assets to take the greatest advantage of building your brand mentions, as well as optimizing these campaigns to reap the greatest benefits of your SEO and your SMM, and your content marketing campaigns. Boykin will show you a world where you don't have to think about "link building", or worry about google updates. The session will show you how you can create great digital assets, and have those shared and spread.
Some of the digital assets which Boykin will cover are: Infographics, quizzes, contests, guides, how to, news, widgets, and more.
|3:15-3:45||Afternoon Coffee Break|
As consumers become more fragmented in their use of technology, brands need to be agile and strategic about how, when and where they reach them. Armed with this insight as well as massive amounts of data on ticket purchasers, Live Nation overhauled its digital offering, leveraging its website, data, offline assets, and more to create custom content programs and platforms for brands. From geo-fenced, contextually relevant and real-time updates, branded content, to integrated social media components, hear how the world's largest live entertainment company shifted their online strategy to connect with their 400 million and counting loyal fans, everywhere they are. Attendees in this session will learn how to:
In an age when so many are quick to abandon the old in favor of the new, Harry's has gone against the grain to win over customers - and their stubble - with a fresh take on banner display ads that has contributed to the company's rapid growth. In this session, you'll learn the different strategies and channels that are driving results for Harry's, and other innovations in display marketing.
Is your website is 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.
A rare look at how the world's leading agencies are making digital innovation the next creative breakthroughs for the brands we all admire most.
In this session you hear from the heads of digital at the most admired and creative agencies on the planet. This bare bones frank conversation about what drove success and even more importantly, how to avoid failed thinking will not only illuminate the agency folk in the room, but will inspire all of us brand and small business marketers to think outside the box and really drive big market share gains through Digital, Social and Mobile Marketing breakthrough ideas.
|6:30||End of Day Two|
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