December 2010 State Marketing Workshop Resources
More than 90 representatives from 40 state agencies, AFWA, RBFF, Southwick Associates and USFWS gathered in Phoenix, AZ from December 7-9, 2010 to learn about the importance of marketing and communicating with anglers and implementing integrated marketing efforts to increase fishing license sales. Participants heard results and lessons learned from the past three years of the Direct Mail Marketing Program and learned about new marketing strategies for 2011. State agencies presented examples of innovative marketing strategies. Participants took part in peer-to-peer discussions and shared ideas that helped inform the future direction of the program.
Agenda (PDF, 53 KB)Program Overview (PDF, 1.2 MB)Adding Value (PDF, 248 KB)Direct Mail Marketing Effects (PDF, 668 KB)Marketing to Anglers (PDF, 4.3 MB)Program Direction (PDF, 336 KB)Fisheries Program Competitive (PDF, 5 MB)Marketing Tools & Techniques (PDF, 9 MB)
Frank Peterson, RBFF President & CEOProgram Overview & Accomplishments. Topics include participation trends, efforts to increase participation, products/programs and state agency/RBFF partnership.
Steve Perry, New Hampshire Chief of Inland FisheriesAdding Value. Topics include the value of partnerships and communications.
Tom Lang, Kansas Fisheries Program SpecialistDirect Mail Marketing Effects on Angling Participation – Lessons Learned from Three Campaigns. Kansas has conducted the direct mail program for the past three years. Topics include an overview, different testing methods, angler types and future direction.
Joel Warady, Joel Warady GroupImportance of Marketing and Communicating with Anglers. Topics include the power of emotion, word of mouth advertising, customer behavior and customer engagement.
Stephanie Hussey, RBFF Director of State InitiativesProgram Direction. Topics include fishing license marketing program, overall program strategy and retention components (engagement, renewal and reinstatement).
Karl Scheidegger, Wisconsin Fisheries BiologistKeeping Your Fisheries Program Competitive in the 'Angler Game.' Topics include angler participation, recruitment and retention efforts, use of RBFF products/programs, and the three components of a fishery - fish, habitat, and people.
Joel Warady, Joel Warady GroupMarketing Tools & Techniques Session. Topics include the importance of 'being social,' different social media tools, leveraging these tools and various case studies.
Agenda (PDF, 52 KB)Anglers' Legacy & TMF (PDF, 741 KB)TakeMeFishing.org and Access Project(PDF, 1.2 MB)Email Marketing (PDF, 274 KB)Alabama Email Marketing (PDF, 1 MB)Lifetime Value & Tapestry (PDF, 1.5 MB)State Presentations & Next Steps (PDF, 190 KB)
Stephanie Hussey, RBFF Director of State InitiativesAnglers' Legacy and Take Me Fishing Materials. Topics include Anglers' Legacy program, pledge drive materials, Take Me Fishing Marketing Guide, Photo Library and state examples.
Maria Knight, RBFF Director of Online StrategiesTakeMeFishing.org and Access Data Project. Topics include TakeMeFishing.org, state-specific information, fishing and boating access data project and benefits to state partners.
Rob Southwick, Southwick Associates PresidentDoug Darr, Alabama Aquatic Education Coordinator (presented by Stephanie Hussey, RBFF)Email Marketing. Topics include advantages of email marketing and cost effectiveness, Alabama's program results and Alabama's program approach and email verbiage.
John Taylor, Texas Data AnalystLifetime Value of an Angler & Use of Tapestry Code Information. Topics include customer lifetime value, methodology, economic value, use of Tapestry data, customer segmentation and informing marketing efforts.
Stephanie Hussey, RBFF Director of State InitiativesState Presentations & Discussion and Wrap-up & Next Steps. Topics include various concepts initiated by states (ex. Florida, Michigan & Texas), future program direction and RBFF commitment and approach.
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