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1Mobile Marketing in Practice CAM Diploma in Digital Marketing (Mobile)Assignment BriefingJune & September 2014 Papers
2Introduction to the Assignment Three tasks in totalTasks within the context of your organisation or an organisation of your choice.Part of the assignment requires production of an appBriefing paper and presentation format.
3Organisation Overview One side of A4, placed in your appendicesAllows CIM examiner to see the context of your assignmentNo marks awarded - but should still be coherent and well written.Should succinctly describe:Who the organisation is, organisation type, size and a brief historyWhat product/services are offered, key customer groups, markets operatedKey competitorsMobile offering/presence.
4Task One1,000 words (+/- 10%)Briefing paper to provide information about specific areas of interest in the mobile marketing environment.Guidance notes suggest students are expected to conduct research as part of this task.Element one (6/25 marks)Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of content specific applications (apps) and mobile optimised sitesRequired to define both terms at the outset, before identifying the advantages and disadvantages of each – these should be compared and contrastedGuidance notes suggest areas such as reach, audience, accessibility, interactivity, call to action and desired response should be considered.
5Task One Element two (4/25 Marks): Element three (5/25 Marks): Briefly explain the advantages and disadvantages of marketers of using buying networksRequired to suggest what is meant by ‘Buying networks’, with consideration to areas such as: ad exchanges, premium publishers and public & private app stores etc.Should suggest the advantages and disadvantages of mobile marketers using these different networks.Element three (5/25 Marks):Describe the key reasons why customers use mobile devices and how this might impact on marketing communications decisionsRequired to firstly identify and describe the various reasons why people have and use mobiles: social networking, gaming, communicating, productivity etc.The reasons should then be linked to the impact they have on marketing communications decisions.
6Task One Element four (8/25 marks) Explain the developments in collective/group buying and the impact that this has on mobile marketing activity, considering: real-time discounting, targeted sales promotion, seasonal offers and branding.Explain what is meant by collective/group buying and how it works both generally and on mobile devices.Required to conduct research as to the developments in collective/group buying in the areas identifiedWhat impact are these aspects having on mobile marketing? Should consider choice of media, platform and message content as part of your assessment here.
7Task Two Part A – Production of an App (10 Marks) Required to design and build an app based around ONE subject area listed within the paperLocal business supportFashion accessoriesGardeningSports fixtures and resultsVideo gamesThe app should not relate to a real-life organisation or contain details of living people, company or brand names.See free tools available to produce an app within the guidance notesShould provide the URL of the app as well as submitting a maximum of screen shots – recommended show different aspects of app clearly in screen shotsNote the guidance notes here: The app should remain live for eight weeks after the CIM submission deadline, so the examiner can view the app online.
8Task Two Part B – Briefing paper 1,500 (+/- 10%) Briefing paper to identify the procedure in building an appElement one (4/40 marks)Identify the advantages and disadvantages of using an app as a communications tool for your chosen organisationSimply present the advantages and disadvantages of using an app in order to communicate with its customersMust be within the context of the chosen organisationElement two (4/40 marks)Describe how the app’s content creates value for existing customersRequired to describe how an app (not the one from Part A) can add value within the context of the chosen organisationThis should be related to any combination of the elements of the marketing mix
9Task Two Element three (4/40 marks) Element four (8/40 marks): Describe the procedures followed to build the app so it is accepted by a mobile platform of your choice (eg, iOS, Android, Windows), and how you decided on its purpose and contentDescribe how you built the app – exact steps taken, supported by images/screenshotsWhat decisions did you take around the purpose of the app and content? (& why?)Element four (8/40 marks):Identify and describe how other marketing communications media could be used by the chosen organisation to support the appRequired to consider how communications can be integrated & support an app (not the app in Part A).Should look to explain what offline and online communications tools and media could be used by the organisation to support an app (in terms of achieving objectives and communicating about it’s benefits).Should be within the context of the chosen organisation.
10Task Two Element five (6/40 marks) Recommend additional factors that need to be considered in order to build successful appsRequired to consider factors such as resources (human, financial and physical) as well as customer considerations (such as needs, mobile devices etc.).Must justify recommendations.
11Task Three1,400 word (+/- 10%) presentation (speaker notes) and 14 slides (maximum) – excludes ‘front cover’ slide and bibliography slideElement one (8/35 marks)Briefly explain each stage in developing a mobile marketing planSee guidance notes for the stages to include in this planNOT required to produce a mobile marketing plan, but simply briefly explain what should happen at each stageBasic examples should be provided to illustrate key points.Element two (6/35 marks):Outline how customer needs and wants in relation to mobile marketing can be identifiedRequired to outline the process of profiling the target customer for a mobile marketing campaign – how would this be achieved? Consider using researchGuidance notes suggest should consider psychographic and behavioural profiles in relation to need and wants from mobile marketing
12Task Three Element three (5/35 marks): Element four (5/35 marks) Explain how mobile marketing activities can be implemented through the creation of different calls to action; including: click-though links, shopping carts and alerts.Required to explain how different mobile activities will require different calls to action such as click-through links, shopping carts and alertsShould consider how different activities will then require different mobile and online content to integrate and interact with each other.Element four (5/35 marks)Evaluate the key measurements that can be used to monitor the effectiveness of mobile marketing activitiesRequired to evaluate the key measurements that can be used to monitor the effectiveness of mobile marketing activitiesWhat metrics could be used by your organisation to measure success of mobile marketing activities? How do these rate & compare against each other?
13Task Three Element five (6/35 marks): Describe the key Regulatory Bodies and Codes of Practices that impact on mobile marketingRequired to identify key regulatory bodies and codes of practice and impact on mobile marketingState what they are, briefly explain them and describe their impact on mobile marketing.
14Presenting Task ThreeUse the slide and speaker notes function (you can find this under ‘View’ and then ‘Notes Page’)The presentation should be presented as a Word document (or PDF) and there is an option to save the presentation as a Word file within PowerPoint.The slides should reflect the requirements of the task as well as the mark schemeSlides should be simple and should not contain too much textThe speaker notes should be complete enough for the manager who will be delivering the presentation to fully understand what he/she needs to say but they do not actually need to be a script – extended bullet points.See examples on Oxcom Learning
15Presentation 10 format and presentation marks awarded over 3 tasks Marks awarded for:Relevance to the tasksConcepts and frameworksProfessional tone and required formatHarvard ReferencingSee example assignments on Oxcom Learning
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