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Etude L2 et buddy Media_Luxe&Facebook

Etude L2 et buddy Media_Luxe&Facebook

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Cette étude fait le bilan de l'utilisation de Facebook par les plus grandes marques de luxe
Cette étude fait le bilan de l'utilisation de Facebook par les plus grandes marques de luxe

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© L2 2011 L2ThinkTank.com
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Want to know more about your brand’s Facebook IQ?
One of eight minutes spent on the Internet is on Facebook.
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The platform’s velocity of adoption is unprecedented, and as itgets bigger, it grows faster, both in number of users and timespent. If the population of users and per capita consumption eachdouble (aggressive, but doable), then Facebook’s share of theInternet could reach 50 percent. Or put another way, there is a non-zero probability that in the next 36 months a new digital ecosystemcould evolve where, simply put, Facebook is the Internet.
A Leap of Faith
While many prestige brands wait for hard ROI to justify a shift in hu-man, creative, and financial capital from traditional to emerging plat-forms, others have taken a leap of faith and are in an arms race toacquire Facebook “likes.” With prices of CPC ads on Facebook (aneffective way to garner likes) up 40 percent Q1 2011 over Q1 2010,
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 the industry may look back and regret not having aggressively builtcommunities for a fraction of the cost. However, winning on Face-book is more than just “like” count. Although many prestige brandsmaintain monocular focus on the size of their Facebook community,they have failed to embrace the authentic two-way communicationand marketing activation required to monetize the platform.
A Moment in Time
Every few decades, the prestige industry experiences a seminalmoment where a breakthrough product, channel, or marketinginnovation reconfigures the landscape, inspiring a tectonic shiftthat crowns new winners and laggards. The SUV, premium vodkas,theater retail, and print advertising have all expedited a changingof the guard. We believe we are on the precipice of such a moment,one that will reward/punish a prestige brand’s stakeholders basedon its “Facebook IQ.”
Facebook IQ = Shareholder Value
Our thesis is that competence on Facebook is inextricably linkedto shareholder growth in the prestige industry. Key to managingand developing a competence is an actionable metric. This studyattempts to quantify the Facebook competence of 100 iconic(Prestige 100
®
) brands. Our aim is to provide a robust tool todiagnose digital strengths and weaknesses and help managers atprestige brands achieve greater return on incremental investment.Like the platform we are assessing, our methodology is dynamic,and we hope you will reach out to us with comments that improveour methodology, investigation, and findings. You can reach meatscott@stern.nyu.edu.Sincerely,
1. Experian Hitwise,January 2011.2. Global DigitalMarketing PerformanceReport, EfficientFrontier, Q1 2011.
Facebook
IS 
 the Internet
SCOTT GALLOWA
Founder, L2Clinical Professor of Marketing, NYU Stern
 

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