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This report is the final in a four-part series on developing and growing online communities. Leveraging the Community focuses on the tools and tactics to take advantage of social audiences that have coalesced around a brand or product. Its three primary sections - feedback, support, and selling - cover the fundamental capabilities of community.
Download the final report in this series (Leveraging the Community) here.
Online Communities is a multipart series that guides marketers through the construction, upkeep, and leverage of a digital community. The four reports in this series aim to help marketers learn the best ways to conduct conversations across multiple platforms, understand the utility of email marketing, gather feedback, offer support, and, finally, convert community members into buyers.
The Facebook for Businesses in the Middle East and North Africa Best Practice Guide explores in detail country-specific best practices for setting up and running a Facebook Business page in the MENA region.
Two keynote presentations from Econsultancy's Digital Cream Singapore 2012 event on 29th November 2012, where Asia's most senior client-side digital marketers gathered to discuss and explore the latest best practices on e-marketing procurement, business cases, investment, ROI, and suppliers selection. Delegates also discussed their future online stratgies and compared them with like-minded peers.
This 28-slide presentation was delivered by Econsultancy's CEO, Ashley Friedlein, at RichRelevance's customer event in London on 27 September 2012. In this presentation Ashley asks what retailers can learn from publishers and brands online. Specifically he looks at examples across content strategy & planning, content curation, content experiences where brand/publishers are arguably out-competing retailers online at the moment.
Three keynote presentations from Econsultancy's Digital Cream Shanghai 2012 event on 18th October 2012, where China's most senior client-side digital marketers gathered together to discuss and explore the latest best practices on e-marketing procurement, business cases, investment, ROI, and suppliers selection. Delegates also discussed their future online stratgies and compare these with like-minded peers.
Presentations from Econsultancy's JUMP, online and offline marketing all joined up, event on 10th October 2012. Over 1,200 digital marketers attended to hear from those leading the way in multichannel marketing.
JUMP is Econsultancy's magazine in support of the multichannel event, JUMP, which takes place on January 30, 2013 in New York. In this issue of JUMP Magazine, we look at attribution, social metrics and new ways to bridge multi-channel, integrated marketing campigns. Big data is the theme, but there are also articles on the innovative multichannel campaigns, social media engagement, customer experience and and multichannel retailing.
Digital Tribes III is the last of three reports from Econsultancy’s Digital Vision grant-winner Allison Aldridge Saur. Marketing firms thrill at creating online communities but perhaps flounder at guiding their structure. In this report, Sauer borrows from Native American tribal practices to suggest ways marketers can organize online communities once they’ve formed.
The Digital Tribes series of reports is the first product of the Digital Vision project, an effort to help new thought leaders get their insight out into the digital marketing world. The reports look at how Native American tribal characteristics reveal substantive practices that build stronger, more fulfilling and highly committed online communities.