Tag: market research
There are two types of businesses in this world – the givers and the takers.
Like humans, givers consider the needs of others first and foremost, while takers plot over how they can maximise their gain.
Courtesy of nvlvan
Ever created a “perfect” ad or content, only to find that nobody gave a hoot?
Well, the problem probably lies in your failure to understand who your target audiences are, and what attracts them.
Have you wondered why…
a) People aren’t talking about your products – online or offline?
b) Nobody’s interested in your marketing messages?
c) Customer’s aren’t beating a path to your door?
d) Your employees are making a hasty exit?
e) Shareholders are pulling out their funds?
f) All of the above are happening – at the same time?
The Marketer Scientist is a new superhero (courtesy of Search Engine Land)
In the world of marketing, there are two schools of thought.
The first – and more common – group believes that marketing belongs to the rarefied world of advertising professionals, PR experts, and market research wizards. Every step is finely calibrated, like strokes to a canvas made by a master.
“Participation is the new brand.” – Chaordix
“The future of organisations is bringing chaos and order together” – Dee Hock (founder of VISA)
How do you find out what truly makes your customers tick? Can you understand what your customer REALLY wants through surveys, focus groups, and structured interviews?
The answer, according to Linda Goodman and Michelle Helin, is “No”. Debunking traditional research predicated on the above yardsticks, the authors of “Why Customers Really Buy – Uncovering the Emotional Triggers that Drive Sales” claim that true insight can only be achieved through conducting emotional-trigger research.