Going to a festival isn’t really about leaving your comfort zone anymore. We buy the passes half a year in advance, and we know beforehand which performers we’ll see, where and who we’ll go with. Boring, isn’t it? That’s why Telekom decided to create the most discovery-filled festival campaign ever.
So the festival-goers looking to party weren’t given any information about the programs beforehand. Not the location, not the exact date, not even who’s gonna perform. However, we still gave them something: a tool we could use to speak with them. We named it the Magenta Vibe Chatbot.
Magenta Vibe was just like that buddy who knows all the cool places and randomly drops you a message if he knows about a dope party. Except this buddy had more than 15,000 friends. But we skipped the usual stuff. We invited people to container parties, festivals, meet and greets, private concerts and secret locations. Those who were down with it could experience something really outside their comfort zone. Finally!
Magenta Vibe received
We reached more than
1.2 million people
with the campaign.
talked to our bot, and almost all of them said they were interested in our parties.
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Page speed has become an important factor for website owners and SEOs since Google began focusing more and more on user experience factors. If companies don’t adapt to this new mindset, they will lose their organic power.
Nokia has experienced an extensive page load time on most of its pages, but lacked proper measurable information about the performance of the website. It is challenging to adapt site-wise technical modifications without understanding what is really behind the curtain.
Mito introduced a multifactor, multi locational-targeting page speed measurement and reporting system across different devices.
Our focus was to develop a measurement system from scratch that is able to report on different page speed KPIs so we can better understand what additional analyses are needed to increase the pages’ performance. We did not only focus on a page level measurement, but also grouped pages to page types that assists us in making more educated assumptions.
We paid attention to location modularity in order to extend the number of analysed locations to additional countries by adding new Virtual Machines to our framework.
We are able to measure different KPIs on both mobile and desktop so we can see how the site performance is realized across devices.
Our measurement system and dashboard provided us insights on what type of elements of the different page types might cause low speed performance and it helped us to further analyse the loading curve, just as the opportunities in Google PageSpeed Insights recommendations for the different page types.
We set up the measurement system and the dashboard that reports on website performance and opportunities.
Through properly tracking the page speed improvements, Nokia becomes a more powerful organic participant in the telco market in Google search, while they provide a better user experience for their visitors.
An international business of this size requires a comprehensive measurement strategy including responsible data collection, consistent management of tags and measurement codes, personalized website tracking and purposeful conversion rate optimization (CRO).
We kicked off Analytics projects from January, 2020, beginning with extensive Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics audits. Besides inspecting the different system settings, we also optimized the measurement and pixel implementation processes within Nokia in order to increase efficiency and reduce implementation periods.
After the key adjustments and process harmonization, we have moved forward and started to work on the website and landing pages’ efficiency, including several conversion rate optimization tasks such as heatmap analysis and A/B testing.
Nokia is receiving continuous support from our analytics team to ensure the client’s measurement and data is reliable. Due to streamlined processes, implementation periods are shorter and we eliminated unnecessary website tracking codes which cause longer loading times.
Nokia launched a digital campaign to educate the market that their industrial-focused LTE solutions are the key in accelerating the ultimate benefits of digital transformation and realization of the fourth industrial revolution.
The goal: to build brand awareness and create demand for Nokia private Industrial Wireless solutions in new vertical markets, especially infrastructure or asset-heavy industries where digitization has been mostly restricted to point solutions without general network connectivity.
We’ve developed a multi-touch global digital media campaign, which covered the entire user journey of business leaders, from education to making a business decision.
Our main goal was to make Nokia visible on a large scale through automated solutions and smart targeting to reach people when they are reading, talking, learning about or searching for private wireless networks.
To archive this, we’ve utilized the combination of digital media platforms, including industry specific content sponsorships, social media ads, paid search, programmatic hyperlocal and Digital out-of-home ads in front of target company HQs. We’ve made sure that when our key audience is browsing the web, using social media on their phones or just walking outside of their offices, they see a relevant Nokia ad.
The campaign has reached over 80 000 business decision makers and influencers in 3500 target companies, across 5 industry verticals globally.
Private wireless solution specific brand search volume increased by 70% during the campaign period (YoY). In Q2 and Q3 2020, Nokia Enterprise had a double digit year-on-year growth in net sales and new customers.