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  1. 1. LEADERSHIP IS DOING THE RIGHT THINGS; MANAGEMENT IS DOING THINGS RIGHT. Peter F. Drucker
  2. 2. CONSUMER DECISION JOURNEY Consumer 2.0 by Moore Corporation
  3. 3. Source: Philip Kotler BUYER DECISION PROCESS  Stages in the Adoption Process 1. Awareness 2. Interest 3. Evaluation 4. Trial 5. Adoption
  4. 4. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Hugo Boss
  5. 5. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Hugo Boss
  6. 6. CONSUMER TOUCH POINT Brand touch point model Source: Moore Camp
  7. 7. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Example: Assurance
  8. 8. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY When marketers understand this journey and direct their spending and messaging to the moments of maximum influence …they stand a much greater chance of reaching consumers in the right place at the right time with the right message – or efficiency. Source: hbr.org
  9. 9. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY The shift to a CDJ-driven strategy has three parts #1 - Understanding your consumers’ decision journey #2 - Determining which touch points are priorities and how to leverage them #3 - Allocating resources accordingly Source: HBR
  10. 10. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Traditional funnel metaphor
  11. 11. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Traditional funnel metaphor
  12. 12. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Traditional funnel metaphor Source: Mckinsey
  13. 13. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Traditional funnel metaphor The funnel analogy suggests that consumers systematically narrow the initial-consideration set as they weigh options, make decisions, and buy products. Source: Mckinsey
  14. 14. TRADITIONAL FUNNEL METAPHOR Traditional funnel metaphor Marketing has always sought those moments, or touch points, when consumers are open to influence. For years, touch points have been understood through the metaphor of a “funnel”
  15. 15. Source: Milward Brown AdReaction, 2014. DAILY SCREEN USER, PER PERSON
  16. 16. Source: Milward Brown AdReaction, 2014. USE BY TIME OF DAY
  17. 17. MULTI-SCREEN CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
  18. 18. Source: Google 2013 EXAMPLE: AT THE SAME TIME WHEN I USE MY SMARTPHONE I ALSO
  19. 19. Source: Millwardbrown 2014 • 29% - For more information about what's on TV (e.g. sports scores, character, bios etc.) • 19% - To discuss what I’m watching with other people (e.g. via social media) • 18% - To interact with what's happening on TV • 16% - To follow up on a TV ad (Reasons for meshing) TYPE OF SIMULTANEOUS USE
  20. 20. Source: KPCB 2015/Jupiter Research RE-IMAGINING USER INTERFACES #1. Interconnectivity #2. Levelling the Information #3. Relevance Filtering #4. Niche Aggregation #5. User Generated Content #.6 Prosumer #7. Instant Gratification
  21. 21. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Today, Consumers are changing the way they research and buy products… Today, the funnel concept fails to capture all the touch points and key buying factors… Source: HBR
  22. 22. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Today decision-making process Source: Mckinsey
  23. 23. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY #1: Initial Consideration Consideration Commercial sources Personal sources Public sources Internal Stimuli External Stimuli= +
  24. 24. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY #1: Initial Consideration Traditional Digital
  25. 25. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY #2: Evaluate Source: HBR, Google & Philip Kotler Consideration Evaluate  Product attributes  Brand image  Expectation  Brand alternatives 90% Research before purchase 47% Research before Moment of purchase 4-8 Touch-point
  26. 26. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY #2: Evaluate Source: HBR, Google & Philip Kotler Consideration Evaluate  Product attributes  Brand image  Expectation  Brand alternatives 90% 47% 4-8 The initial consideration set frequently expands as consumers seek input from peers, reviewers, retailers, and the brand and its competitors.
  27. 27. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY The number of brands added for consideration in different stages differs by industry. Source: Mckinsey
  28. 28.  Attitudes of others  Unexpected situational factor CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY #3: Moment of purchase 40% of consumer change their minds because of something they see, learn, or do at this point. Source: Mckinsey Decision Intention Consideration Evaluate Buy
  29. 29. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Most-influential touch point by stage of consumer decision journey, for competitors and new customers Source: Mckinsey
  30. 30. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY #4: Post-purchase: Enjoy – Advocate - Bond Source: HBR Consideration Evaluate Buy Enjoy & Advocate Bond 60% conduct online research about the products after purchase… (Facial skin care)
  31. 31. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY #4: Post-purchase: Advocate & Bond …ADVOCATE for it by word of mouth, creating fodder for the evaluations of others and invigorating a brand’s potential …enter an enjoy-advocate-buy loop that skips the consider and evaluate stages entirely. Source: HBR Consideration Evaluate Enjoy
  32. 32. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY #4: Post-purchase: Advocate & Bond …ADVOCATE for it by word of mouth, creating fodder for the evaluations of others and invigorating a brand’s potential …enter an enjoy-advocate-buy loop that skips the consider and evaluate stages entirely. Source: HBR
  33. 33. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY $: Loyalty loop Source: Mckinsey
  34. 34. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY #4: Loyalty: not all loyalty is equal in today’s increasingly competitive 1. Active loyalists - who not only stick with it but also recommend it. 2. Passive loyalists - Despite their claims of allegiance, they are open to messages from competitors.
  35. 35. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Consideration Evaluate Buy Enjoy & Advocate Bond Happy UGC Social Media & Owned Media UGC Social Media & Owned Media UGC = User Generated Content Poisonous fodder 1:11 Paid Media Healthy fodder 1:3 Healthy fodder
  36. 36. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Summary #1 1. Today’s consumers often reduce the number of products they consider at the outset. 2. The initial consideration set frequently expands 3. More consumers hold off their final purchase 4. Customer conduct online research about the product after purchase 5. If the bond becomes strong enough, they’ll enter an enjoy- advocate-buy loop Source: HBR
  37. 37. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Summary #1 TRADITIONAL WORLD DIGITAL WORLD Consideration Evaluate Purchase Post-purchase + - - + - + ++ +
  38. 38. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Summary #2 Consideration Evaluate Buy Enjoy & Advocate Bond < C.P. Acquisition < C.P. Retention Happy Expectation Expectation
  39. 39. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Summary #3 Yesterday, marketing budgets reveals that 70% to 90% of spend goes to advertising and retail promotions Source: HBR
  40. 40. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Summary #3 Consideration Evaluate Purchase Enjoy Advocate Bond Big 3 Display Search CRMSocial Store/Site But touch points have changed in both number and nature, and… In many categories the single most powerful impetus to buy is someone else’s advocacy. Big 3 = TV ads + Print ads + Out of Home ads (OOH – DOOH)
  41. 41. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Summary #3 Big 3 Display Search CRMSocial Store/Site Now marketers must also consider owned media and earned media. Consideration Evaluate Purchase Enjoy Advocate Bond Big 3 = TV ads + Print ads + Out of Home ads (OOH – DOOH)
  42. 42. CONSUMER DECISION JOUNEY Summary #3 Big 3 Display Search CRMSocial Store/Site Consideration Evaluate Purchase Enjoy Advocate Bond Big 3 = TV ads + Print ads + Out of Home ads (OOH – DOOH)
  43. 43. KNOWLEDGE SHARING Source Article: - Branding in the Digital Age: You’re Spending Your Money in All the Wrong Places – Harvad Business Review Report: - Vietnam Digital Landscape 2015 – Moore - Consumer Barometer – Google eBook: - Marketing Insights From A-Z – Philip Kotler - The Essential Guide to Online Marketing – eMarketer - Understanding Digital Marketing – Damian Ryan - Emarketing Excellence – Dave Chaffey & PR Smith - Principles of Marketing – Philip Kotler Case Study: https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/ E-Learning: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/digital-marketing Other source: ‐ Digital Knowledge Sharing: http://www.slideshare.net/digitalknowledge ‐ Digital Advertising News: http://moore.vn/tin-tuc ‐ Digital Activities Report: http://moore.vn/tin-tuc/digital-report
  44. 44. CONTACT NGUYEN XUAN DONG Vice Managing Director 098 999 5145 dongnx@moore.vn Moore Online Solution and Development Corporation Head Office: 7th Floor, No.1 Hoang Dao Thuy St., Thanh Xuan Dist., Ha Noi HCMC Branch: 6th Floor, No. 454 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Ward 5, Dist. 3, Ho Chi Minh Website: www.moore.vn | www.adbrand.net | www.adlite.net | www.doublelink.net | Workshop “Approach Customer on Digital Media, 14/07/2015
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