“No longer content in our traditional role as couch potatoes, we approach television shows, movies, even advertising as invitations to participate—as experiences to immerse ourselves in at will. Wired contributing editor Frank Rose introduces us to the people who are reshaping media for a two-way world.”
Posts Tagged ‘participation’
Type: Reading List | 598 views
Type: Insights & Ideas | 1,153 views
Brands that desire to move into the High Respect and High Love quadrant need to be empathetic to life stage. Though not a concept exclusive to this age group, brands need to construct ways to provide Millennials with joy and memorable moments.
Type: Insights & Ideas | 1,967 views
Why is the art of the narrative the ultimate vehicle for reaching audiences in the Age of Now? Storytelling involves participation, language, images and action. It ignites the audience and encourages them to go on an emotional journey with the storyteller.
Type: Theses & Dissertations | 3,118 views
This Master’s thesis studies the affects of product involvement on brand loyalty for cars and batteries. The research tested “factors for regression correlations to identify links between pleasure, sign and risk probability and brand loyalty for cars and interest/pleasure, sign, risk probability and risk importance for batteries.”
Type: Insights & Ideas | 1,317 views
Digital communication is now a table stakes. It’s not a question of will you have a digital component to your business or campaign, but rather how you will use this platform to move your brand towards being a Lovemark. Now that we’re all sitting comfortable on the digital boat, where do we go from here?
Type: Insights & Ideas | 5,029 views
One way to ascertain if a brand is a Lovemark is to look at those who are largely responsible for awarding the brand with that status – consumers. Lovemarks have relationships with people that are based on more than transactions; they have what we call Inspirational Consumers – people who act as advocates, community members and brand owners.
Type: Insights & Ideas | 2,086 views
New is old. We live in the Age of Now, a new Economy made up of a soft grid of electric moments, where creativity is the entry point and consumer is curator. How does this cultural shift impact the theory of Lovemarks, and is there a place in this always-on, instantly demanding, immediately-sharing world for a concept that is built on Respect and Love?
Type: Insights & Ideas | 1,771 views
The participation band wagon rolls on in adland with agencies and clients seeming content to sacrifice effective communications in the name of ‘doing something on Facebook’. So how do you get it right?
Type: News & Media | 855 views
2006 was a year when ones and zeros blowtorched the old production and distribution model into antiquity. The Consumer is Boss and if you’re not connecting with her you’re already her ex-lover. Women are now thought to control up to 80% of every consumer dollar spent. Branding is becoming about personalization, bonding with consumers, but only in the right way.
Type: News & Media | 826 views
The dominant interface of the future is the screen. When in front of a screen, people have the choice to either lean back or lean forward. You have to engage people emotionally so they can lean in and get involved. “The promise shouldn’t change. What should change is the context and the way it is handled [for different mediums].”
Type: News & Media | 705 views
“A brand has to move you.” The role of Lovemarks in the new Consumer Republic, where consumers are boss and companies would do well to listen. Roberts also discusses how supermarkets are not reaching their full customer relation capacity. (German with English translation)
Type: News & Media | 710 views
Consumers have taken charge of their own destiny, and the fashion industry needs to re-establish emotional connections with them. The challenge for fashion labels is to develop connections with consumers through a variety of channels – not only advertising or design.