No Media Should Stand Alone
Defining The Roles Of Owned, Earned, And Paid Media In Online Marketing
December 16, 2009
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Increasingly, interactive marketers are being asked to manage a wide range of paid and unpaid marketing communication — despite the fact that many marketing departments are still organized around traditional paid marketing channels. All types of online media (whether "earned," "owned," or "paid") can play specific roles in meeting marketers' objectives — especially when seamlessly working together. To find the right balance between these types of media, marketers should take stock of their resources, listen for the impact of earned media, look for opportunities to shift short-term paid media to the role of catalyst, and begin to build out a solar system of long-term owned media touchpoints.
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Table of Contents
- Interactive Marketers Are Challenged With A Wide Range Of Media
- Marketers Should Classify Their Online Media As Either Earned, Owned, Or Paid
- No Type Of Media Should Stand Alone
- Interactive Marketers Should Redefine The Balance Of Their Media
- Supplemental Material
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