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According to Mark Ritson of Marketing Week, “Kraft Heinz is in 57 varieties of trouble” – which is a real pity.

The American food company formed four years ago by the merger of Kraft Foods and H. J. Heinz is the fifth-largest food and beverage company in the world with 2023 net sales of approximately $26 billion.

Ritson, an award-winning marketing columnist, professor, and consultant in the U.K., thinks Kraft Heinz is suffering from a number of self-inflicted wounds, from underinvestment in its brands to a failure to adapt its portfolio to modern tastes.

However, no company aims to inflict wounds on itself, so that explanation is too clever by half.

It reminds me of the scene in “Blazing Saddles” when Sheriff Bart takes himself hostage by pressing his gun against his own head, prompting Harriet Johnson to cry out, “Isn’t anyone going to help that poor man?”

YouTube & Kraft Heinz: A Strategic Threat & Opportunity

Even though it may be too late, I’m going to help that poor brand. Again.

Yes, I’ve tried to help before.

Back in March 2024, I took a look at the combined Kraft Heinz Company’s YouTube channels for Tubular Insights and was surprised to see “an archipelago of small, isolated islands. Considering the high percentage of Millennials who eat up YouTube food videos, this represented both a strategic threat AND a strategic opportunity for the food giant.”

Back in Q1 2024, YouTube videos uploaded by Kraft Heinz Company brands got a total of 8.4 million views, according to data from Tubular Labs.

But, that was a minuscule percentage of the 2.7 billion views amassed by all of the brands in the food and beverage during industry that quarter.

In Q1 2023, the Kraft Heinz Company’s brands got a total of 57.2 million views on YouTube. At first glance, that appears to be significant progress.

But, all of the brands in the food and beverage industry got 10.2 billion views during this quarter, so any gains seem like round-off error.

So, four years later, YouTube remains both a strategic threat and a strategic opportunity for Kraft Heinz.

Recently, I’ve been a subject matter expert for a bespoke, online digital training program for a Fortune 500 company in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) and Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industries.

What Went Wrong?

So, why did Kraft Heinz and other FMCG and CPG companies continue to struggle longer and later than many other companies in most other industries?

Well, they were probably using the wrong metrics as KPIs. In other words, they were measuring the wrong things.

And when you measure the wrong things, you mistakenly think you’re reaching your business goals and marketing objectives. But, more often than not, you’re getting into 57 varieties of trouble.

Let me share my scientific wild-ass guess on exactly which metric got Kraft Heinz and far too many other FMCG and CPG companies into 57 varieties of trouble.

They have continued to measure success using a metric that was created in the 1950s during the TV era: Gross rating points (GRPs).

For example, if you run a commercial 5 times on a TV show that reaches 7% of your target audience, then you get 35 GRPs.

That appears to be a metric that matters because it’s been used for decades. But in real life, most of the people in this small segment of your target audience probably ignored your TV spot the fourth and fifth time that it appeared.

Maybe it did.

But, maybe it didn’t.

As David Ogilvy wrote in his classic book, “Ogilvy on Advertising”:

In other words, GRPs measure inputs, not outcomes.

Which Metrics Should Kraft Heinz Use as KPIs?

This begs the question: Which metrics should Kraft Heinz use as KPIs?

According to eMarketer, global ecommerce will rise 20.7% in 2023 to $3.5 trillion. But that’s just 14% of the global retail market, which is estimated to reach $25 trillion this year.

Groceries are one of the most underpenetrated categories in ecommerce. eMarketer says only 2.8% of food and beverage sales occurred online last year.

So, the vast majority of most fast-moving consumer goods and consumer packaged goods will continue to be sold through brick-and-mortar stores for the foreseeable future.

This kind of explains why it took longer for Kraft Heinz and other companies that still rely on retail channels of distribution to embrace digital marketing.

Brand Lift

For example, more marketers at FMCG and CPG companies should have noticed a speech in February 2013 by Susan Wojcicki, who was the SVP of Advertising at Google back then.

In her speech, she announced that Google was launching Brand Lift surveys.

Brand awareness.

Ad recall.

Consideration.

Favorability.

Purchase intent.

This is possible by using surveys of a randomized control group that was not shown your ad and an exposed group that did see your ad.

In addition, Google’s Brand Lift solution also measured the impact your campaign had on creating interest in your brand by using organic searches on both Google and YouTube.

And you’d think that some of the marketers at Kraft Foods would have spotted the Mondelēz International case study published in Think with Google in October 2014.

Why?

Because the snack brands of Mondelēz were once part of Kraft Foods until they were spun off in October 2012.

And the case study explained how Mondelēz used Google’s Brand Lift solution to measure the marketing effectiveness of the launches of its belVita and Trident Unlimited brands in Brazil.

And here’s the story behind the success story: Brand Lift revealed valuable insights into the campaigns’ viewer retention rates, target audiences, and frequency caps.

Based on these findings, the marketers at Mondelez quickly adjusted its targeting and its creatives within days and saw their YouTube campaigns lift brand awareness of their apple-and-cinnamon breakfast biscuit by 26% and their gum brand by 36%.

Now, Brand Lift is an infinitely better KPI than some random number of GRPs.

If you have any doubt about this assertion, then ask your college professor, marketing predecessor, or ad agency, “How many GRPs to we need to lift our brand awareness by 26% or 36%?”

As you’ve already figured out, this is a trick question – because there are no known correlations between GRPs and lifts in brand awareness.

Brand Lift + Sales Lift

But wait, there’s more!

In January 2023, YouTube and Nielsen Catalina Solutions announced a new way to measure sales lift. So, marketers at Kraft Heinz can now measure, in aggregate, how effective their YouTube campaigns are at moving products off of store shelves in the U.S.

Now, that’s both a strategic opportunity AND a strategic threat.

With nearly 2 billion logged-in users visiting YouTube each month, the strategic opportunity is obvious.

But, the strategic threat is obvious, too.

This means marketers can customize a base video asset with relevant creative elements:

Headlines.

Images.

Prices.

Translations.

And more.

Then, the video and these elements are stitched together, produced quickly and at scale, reducing the need for endless edits.

This results in hundreds of video variations in relatively little time with relatively little effort.

For example, the marketers at Kellogg’s used these metrics as KPIs for a campaign that re-introduced Rice Krispies Treats to parents across the U.S. during the busy and emotional back-to-school season.

They used YouTube Director Mix to bring their new packaging to life online with over 100 customized videos.

As you can see in the video below, their campaign drove best-in-class brand lift and sales lift, despite having fewer retail displays.

Selecting the Right KPIs Is the Key

However, if they’ve selected the right metrics as KPIs and are finally measuring the right things, then they will learn what they need to do to improve their results in days, not years.

Or, as Avinash Kaushik, who is an author, a blogger, and the Digital Marketing Evangelist for Google, wrote on LinkedIn in May 2023:

“Companies set inspiring goals. They tend to want to constantly exceed the (often less-than-optimally informed) expectations of Wall Street Analysts. They tend to invite motivational speakers to get the employees to think differently, push through to new frontiers, CHANGE THE WORLD!!!!”

He added:

“I completely understand this pattern. Who does not want to shoot for the moon or massively exceed their mom’s expectations? (But,) I’ve come to learn that this desire to overachieve also comes at a very heavy cost—it drives sub-optimal behavior. Instead, I recommend this as the #1 goal for your company: Suck less, every day. Whatever you do today, consciously suck less at it.”

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A Stringless Guitar Simulator That Anyone Can Play

Miroslaw Sowa, an electronics hobbyist in Montreal who grew up playing the accordion, liked the guitar but found fingering chords on the fret board too difficult. So he teamed up with Toronto software developer Vsevolod Zagainov to develop the Tabstrummer, an electronic instrument that allows the user to play different guitar chords simply by pressing one of up to 12 preset memory buttons.

On a tiny 32-kilobyte memory chip, the Tabstrummer can save up to 300 “songs,” or combinations of preprogrammed chords. Rather than picking strings, the player rubs a finger against conductive copper traces etched into the instrument’s body and touches aluminum tape on the back of the neck, completing an electrical circuit. A microcontroller sends commands to a sound generator based on which traces the guitarist touches and which chord is active. In response, the sound generator activates either a set of tones stored in an onboard sound-module board (through headphones) or a much richer range of sounds from audio software on a connected computer. Sowa and Zagainov plan to sell a refined version of the Tabstrummer, complete with buttons to aid guitar solos, as well as controls that affect pitch and mimic the bluesy effect of bending strings.

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The Carnegie Mellon undergraduate robotics club built this robotic vibraphone. Software sends a command for each desired note to a microcontroller, which activates one of 30 solenoids, each assigned to a particular vibraphone bar. When electrical current pulses through a solenoid, it produces a magnetic field and pushes a piece of iron against a spring. That opens a gate long enough to allow a ball bearing—one of 6,000 in the Vibratron—to fall through a plastic tube onto a bar and sound a note.

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Brooklyn artist Nick Yulman’s unusual instrument melds books and drums. Opening to a page activates an optical sensor connected to a microcontroller, which requests a preprogrammed riff from audio software on a laptop. Solenoids then tap on the bottom of other books or an Erlenmeyer flask at up to 2,000 times a second, vibrating the object and creating a tone. The software also assigns beats to robotic mallets on conventional drums.

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3 Email Apps That Will Help You Get To Inbox Zero

We’ve previously looked at services to help manage the email epidemic. Those work well on a desktop client, but well over half of all email first gets opened on a mobile device. Fortunately, there a few mobile apps that can help you clean out the clutter morass of messages and reach the hallowed inbox zero. They don’t all use productivity methods to get there, but your inbox will be empty by the end of the day.

Mailbox

Mailbox’s scheduling options move messages out of your inbox until you’re ready to deal with them.

Knowing most of us work out of our inboxes anyway, Mailbox provides the tools to do it more efficiently.

The app, which supports Gmail and iCloud accounts, uses swiping gestures to archive, trash, schedule, and categorize email. For example, you swipe left on a message to defer it to a later time. A preset menu lets you schedule it for anywhere from “later today” to “someday.” The message is then placed in a “later” folder and returned to your inbox at the designated time.

You can also turn email messages into tasks. Long swiping left allows you to assigning a message to a list you create such as “to read” or “to respond.” These messages are moved out of your inbox to a “list” folder that functions as a de facto to-do manager.

Mailbox’s best trick is learning from your behavior so that automatically performs common actions, like auto-archiving all messages from certain senders or moving newsletters to your to-read list. And if your email count goes over 100, a Help Me Get To Zero button will appear at the top of your inbox. Press it to purge unimportant messages.

Free for iOS and Android.

Zero

Zero summarizes each email message in a card layout and automatically archives it when you’re done with it.

Zero uses an unconventional layout to help you speed through your inbox. Each message is presented as a card-style summary, so that you can only focus on one message as a time. When you swipe through to the next message, the previous one is automatically archived (to keep it in your inbox, just tap the star at the bottom of the message). The experience is not unlike scrolling through your Facebook timeline or Twitter feed.

You can view your email in the typical list style by switching to Inbox view. Here, swiping left on a message will bring up the edit menu, with options to flag, move, or delete it. No matter how you prefer to view your messages, you can sort them by time or priority by tapping the appropriate button at the top of the screen.

Zero works with Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud and Outlook.

Free for iOS.

Triage

Triage simplifies email processing with two options: archive and keep.

If fussing with labels, lists, and sorting options just adds to your sense of email overload, Triage is the app for you. Trumpeted as “email first aid,” this app has two cures for what ails your inbox: archive and keep.

Like Zero, Triage presents email messages one at a time in a card format. After you’ve read or replied to an email, you just swipe up to archive it or down to mark it unread and keep it in your inbox. Once you’ve chosen a card’s fate, you won’t see it in Triage again. To revisit these processed messages, you need to access them through a full-featured email client.

Admittedly, Triage’s no-nonsense approach isn’t for everyone, and even if it is you shouldn’t rely on it as your only email app. But when you just need to weed out your inbox as fast as possible while you’re on the go, you can’t ask for a better tool.

Triage supports Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, and most IMAP email accounts.

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Lunch, Anyone? Bennett’s Sandwich Shop

Lunch, Anyone? Bennett’s Sandwich Shop Maine’s favorite sandwich shop arrives in Fenway

Bennett’s Sandwich Shop, a Kennebunk, Maine, institution, opened an outpost in the Fenway last summer, offering indoor and outdoor seating and hot and cold sandwiches.

Lobster lovers who’ve been to Kennebunk, Maine, in the summer have probably eaten at Bennett’s Sandwich Shop. The seasonal restaurant, a local institution since 1982 (there’s also a Portsmouth, N.H., Bennett’s), is known for its lobster rolls. Last summer, it opened a third restaurant (this one year-round) in Boston’s bustling Fenway neighborhood, good news for fans loath to fight summer traffic for the restaurant’s offerings. It proved to be an instant hit, drawing a whole new fan base.

We chose a Friday noon to try the place, and as it was pretty busy, many customers were ordering to go. The friendly and efficient waitstaff brought our sandwiches within five minutes of taking our order.

The ambience invites you to linger. The speakers play a laid-back mix of 1980s hits and the sleek wooden tables, bright yellow chairs, and illuminated “Bennett’s” sign encourage visitors to sit and stay a while.

While Bennett’s may be most famous for its lobster rolls, it’s also noted for Philly cheesesteak sandwiches, so we ordered one of each. With its shaved steak—cut into small pieces—gooey melted American cheese, peppers, onions, and mushrooms, Bennett’s take on the classic sub is bold and delicious. The place delivers on its promise of serving the freshest ingredients. The filling was excellent, but the bread may have been the best part—toasted ever so lightly, but still soft, it had just the right texture. And at $8.99 for an eight-inch sandwich, it’s a good value.

As good as the steak and cheese was, the lobster roll ($19.99) knocked it out of the park. The classic Maine delicacy is a no-frills affair here—just lobster, drawn butter, a hint of mayo, and some lettuce on a toasted roll. Despite its simplicity, this is a meal that you’ll want to order again and again. There’s no skimping on the lobster meat, unlike at many other restaurants. You get over a quarter of a pound of tender and delicious Maine lobster meat on a bed of lettuce, which created a fresh, crunchy texture. Our only complaint: it could have used a little more mayonnaise. The lobster roll isn’t cheap—like most restaurants, Bennett’s charges market prices, so you may want to check on the price tag before you order. For those who can’t get enough lobster, there’s also a lobster sub, with more than half a pound of claw and knuckle meat. But be prepared to spend: the sub currently costs $39.

We washed our hearty sandwiches down with a sweet and refreshing Bennett’s orange soda ($2.29); there’s also cream, raspberry lime, and ginger ale.

In addition to the steak and cheese, some of the other hot standouts are veggie with grilled onions, peppers, and mushrooms and meatball and cheese covered in sauce and provolone. Among the cold sandwiches, there’s a quintessential Italian, with capicola, mortadella, salami, pepperoni, and provolone, as well as classics like ham and cheese or chicken salad. The 8-inch subs are $8.99, the 12-inch subs $11.49.

The shop also serves up several breakfast sandwiches, among them steak, egg, and cheese; bacon, egg, and cheese; and ham, egg, and cheese, available on an English muffin, wrap, or sub roll, until 11 am daily.

Regardless of your choice, Bennett’s is an excellent lunch destination, offering filling food at a reasonable price, with fast and friendly service.

Bennett’s Sandwich Shop, 84 Peterborough St., Boston, is open daily from 8 am to 8:30 pm, with breakfast until 11 am daily. Bennett’s accepts all major credit cards; phone: 857-239-9736. Take an MBTA Green Line trolley to Fenway.

This is part of a weekly series featuring Boston lunch and brunch spots of interest to the BU community. If you have any suggestions for places we should feature, leave them in the Comment section below.

Sara Frazier (COM’20) can be reached at [email protected]; follow her on Twitter @Sara_Frazier.

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Why online brand awareness is important

Brand awareness is vital because it is a direct relationship with your current and potential customers. Increased brand awareness means your brand is more familiar to your consumers, and it can raise consumer trust. Since customers are more likely to spend money with organizations they know and trust, this can result in higher sales.

Brand awareness can also create association. For example, Band-Aid, Q-Tip and Kleenex have all built up such strong brands that people commonly refer to their brand names instead of their respective objects (bandage, cotton swab and tissue). Although this level of brand awareness can be difficult to achieve, you want your consumers to think of your brand first when they need your product or service. This will keep them coming to you instead of your competitors.

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Here are eight ways to increase your brand awareness online. For best results, use a combination of these strategies.

1. Create a unique and recognizable logo.

Your brand is first recognized by its logo. Without a strong logo that speaks to what your business stands for, your customers will not fully engage with your business. When you think about some of the most successful companies in the world – such as Amazon, Google or Facebook – the first thing that probably comes to mind is the logo. A logo is a powerful marketing and branding tool that distinguishes your brand from the competition.

We’ve seen too many cluttered and unclear logos. Your logo should have a clear message and relate to your customers. Keep the logo simple and clean. Choose one or two colors that represent your brand. The most successful logos are often the simplest. A logo is not your brand, but it is the most visible component of it.

2. Build a user-friendly website.

Your website needs to be visually appealing and easy to navigate. If you don’t have important information that engages your viewers on your homepage, they won’t stick around for long. In fact, according to WebFX, 38% of people will stop engaging with a website if the layout is unattractive.

Web users have little time to take in all the information on your site. Lists and bold headings that summarize your information can quickly get your point across to your viewers. Strategic placement of offers, pictures, and product details that are easy to read and understand quickly can also keep your viewers on your site and sell the value of your business.

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According to digital marketing company WebFX, 74% of users are more likely to return to your site if it’s mobile-friendly. Keep this in mind when designing your website.

3. Write a blog.

A blog can do wonders for brand awareness. Your blog can stand alone or go on your website if you have one. If you are meticulous about the quality and type of content you produce, you stand to gain repeat readers. Provide value to your readers by creating meaningful blog content that is informative or entertaining. It’s also important to post consistently; a stagnant or outdated blog may look worse for your brand than no blog at all.

4. Stay active on social media.

If you aren’t using social media for your business, you’re missing out on a big opportunity to increase awareness of your brand. Social media gives you direct access to your customers and allows you to engage them in meaningful dialogue.

Increasing your activity on your social media accounts means more engagement with your customer base. According to Statista, there are nearly 3 billion active users on Facebook, 2.3 billion on YouTube, 1.4 billion on Instagram and 1 billion on TikTok. If your business isn’t on at least one of these platforms, you’re missing out on customers on a global scale. Each social media platform appeals to a different demographic, so you’ll want to figure out which ones work best for your business.

Post regularly and engage in conversations with your audience. Make sure your social media brand voice is cohesive across all channels. Once you’ve begun scaling your social media activity, invest in social media marketing to get your brand in front of your target audience.

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Staying active on social media can help you engage your target audience and improve customer retention.

5. Enlist influencers to market your brand.

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If it’s appropriate for your brand, consider partnering with social media influencers who can promote your brand on their channels. Of course, you should only partner with influencers who align with your brand image and share your target audience. Encourage them to be creative and authentic in how they promote your brand so their followers are more likely to support you.

6. Use a variety of media, like video and podcasts.

A solid presence on various media and platforms can increase your brand visibility. Consider creating visual content, especially video branding. Whether you post long-form tutorial videos or 30-second clips, find a video flow that works for you and your audience, and post regularly.

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7. Invest in online reputation management.

Online reputation management is exactly what it sounds like. Every established brand has an online reputation, and customers can have a negative impact on that reputation. We’ve all seen posts from disgruntled customers complaining about companies or services. Taking the time to understand how reviews work – and how to respond to online reviews – can help you control how your business and brand are seen online.

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