Integrated Marketing @ Edward Jones (Members Only Conference)
|Begins:||Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 8:15am|
|Ends:||Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 3:00pm|
12555 Manchester Road - Auditorium & West Atrium
St. Louis, MO 63131
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
EDWARD JONES’ SPONSORED CONTENT: NOT EVERY STORY HAS TO BE ABOUT YOU
Investors consume all types of content on various devices. And as much as companies would like customers to be engaging with their brand every chance they get, a constant barrage of only branded-content doesn't work. Edward Jones needed to be where investors are and many times that's outside of the financial category. Edward Jones has found success in sponsoring custom content through media partnerships. Learn why you don't have to be the central focus, and how to use the stories from partners to support core tenets of your brand.
Principal, Marketing Communications
THE HOSTESS STORY
After liquidating in late 2012, Hostess was left for dead. Five months later, new ownership wanted to resurrect the iconic maker of Twinkies. But this nostalgic brand, popular only among older moms, needed to reach a younger audience to survive. So it made a play in major markets to generate buzz, and used social media to turn that buzz into national awareness. When stores sold out of product within 48 hours of launch, it wasn't just a comeback. It was the sweetest comeback in the history of ever.
Vice President, Marketing
Hostess Brands, LLC
Nestle Purina's Approach to Real-Time Customer Service and Content Marketing
In 2013, Nestle Purina embarked on a journey to transform the way they interacted with pets and their owners. Going way above and beyond traditional customer service-driven “social media listening and response” exercises, Purina built a dedicated real-time content studio to proactively provide help to pet owners via thousands of pieces of expert, personalized content -- at the times when consumers needed it most. Discover Purina's revolutionary approach to real-time social media-driven consumer care and content marketing, how they approached integration across their organization, and their key lessons learned to apply to your own brands.
Director of Digital and Social Media
General Session Cont.
Hormel Foods Integrates the Skippy Peanut Butter Brand in 89 Days
In January of 2013, Hormel Foods purchased the Skippy Peanut Butter brand for $700 million, the largest acquisition in the history of the company. This presentation will reveal how the brand maintained continuity while making it their own, the strategy behind the new owner repositioning vs. refocusing an iconic brand and key lessons learned from the integration process, including what they would do differently. The successes since the integration have included market share growth and the launch of a new national advertising campaign, the first in more than 10 years.
Senior Product Manager, Grocery Products
Hormel Foods Corporation
The Saint Louis Zoo: "Can You Come Out and Play?"
With the launch of “Can You Come Out and Play” back in 1998, the Saint Louis Zoo’s long-running advertising approach has become one of the Midwest’s most beloved marketing campaigns. Discover how The Saint Louis Zoo, named America’s #1 zoo by Zagat Survey's U.S. Family Travel Guide in association with Parenting magazine, created a strong brand identity through consumer insight, brand personality, award-winning creative. You will also hear how their dedication to integrated marketing has resulted in the highest attendance and largest Facebook following of any zoo in the country.
Advertising Savants, Inc.
Director of Marketing
Saint Louis Zoo