Today on CauseTalk Radio, Megan and Joe talk to Chris Murray, Director of Business Development, of Jingit about how they are shaking up payments and advertising with an app that’s enabling marketers to follow a consumer from first media impression through purchase and into loyalty. Chris also discusses how Jingit is being used for good, most recently to enhance a partnership between Walmart and Feeding America. Tune in now!
0:00 – 2:54: Joe, Chris and Megan chitchat about the freezing weather and learn what location has the most temperature fluctuations in the world (you can probably skip this part if you’re hard core)
3:00 – 4:15: Chris does an overview of Jingit’s payment and advertising platform (you should listen to this if you don’t want to be confused the rest of the episode) and how they allow consumers to earn cash at every step of the brand engagement cycle.
4:30 – 6:20: Chris explains how Jingit serves brand, retailer and consumer with Jingit’s version of a digital coupon.
6:20 – 7:25: Joe compares Jingit to Passbook. Chris explains the opt-in engagement model and how this allows brands to better understand the consumer’s preferences.
7:30 – 9:20: Megan asks about the tie-in for consumers and cause. Chris explains Wal-Mart’s hunger program and how Jingit helped power their in-store engagement.
9:25 – 10:30: Chris talks about the benefit of providing content for consumer engagement and why Jingit is cautious about video content in big box stores. Chris also talks about BoxTops and how Jingit created a consumer interaction w/ General Mills.
10:35 – 11:00: Chris talks about how digital programs allow loyalty programs to grow.
11:04 – 12:58: Joe’s been dying to bring it up – here it is: the mobile wallet discussion! Jingit chooses to be retailer and mobile wallet agnostic. Why mobile wallet is slower to catch on, but that may change with over 250 new mobile wallet providers entering the space.
13:00 – 15:40: What will incent consumers to care and make the jump to mobile wallets en masse? A discussion about how the engagement piece will rise to the top of the list of priorities.
15:45 – 17:15: The discussion turns toward the privacy issue and how it may come and bite people in the years to come. Did the Target privacy breech cause you to order new credit cards? Yeah…not for us either. Will it make you stop shopping at Target?
17:20 – 20:00: Another topic Joe’s been dying to bring up: iBeacon and how the in-store beacons might impact consumer shopping experience. How Jingit connects with this technology. Did you hear about CES iBeacons getting hacked? Chris explains it here. Retailers are ramping up quickly and it’s a competitive race about who rises to the top. The implications for cause and event hyperlocal engagement and fundraising.
20:00 – 22:35: Why it was important for WalMart to test their consumer engagement with a cause program. How Children’s Miracle Network is getting in on the Jingit consumer engagement in their retail engagement and the major nugget of gold they anticipate receiving via these types of engagement.
22:43 – 23:36: Back to hyperlocal and how this can be integrated with the consumer engagement piece.
23:39 – 26:02: How you can find out more about Chris Murray and Jingit, Joe Waters and SelfishGiving and Megan Strand and the Cause Marketing Forum.