See, Feel, Think, Do: The Power of Experience Marketing

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Experience marketing is the method behind some of the best inventions and most innovative ideas in business today, effectively observing the way real people act in real situations. It has produced the Walkman, the iPod, drive-through check-ins, low-cost flights, and even the way NASA teaches safety to astronauts. Traditional market research relies on the use of interviews and focus groups, however, watching customers in shops, at hotels, and on the streets is a faster and more direct way to analyze consumer ...
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Overview

Experience marketing is the method behind some of the best inventions and most innovative ideas in business today, effectively observing the way real people act in real situations. It has produced the Walkman, the iPod, drive-through check-ins, low-cost flights, and even the way NASA teaches safety to astronauts. Traditional market research relies on the use of interviews and focus groups, however, watching customers in shops, at hotels, and on the streets is a faster and more direct way to analyze consumer behavior, as demonstrated in both anecdotal stories and actual case studies. Experience marketing is also the common sense formula by which small business owners and corporation executives alike need only see their customers in action, imagine how they feel, think of better ways to serve them, and act upon them.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781904879558
  • Publisher: Cyan Communications
  • Publication date: 1/1/2006
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 9.10 (w) x 6.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Andy Milligan is a consultant who has worked globally on brand strategies for major organizations. He is the author of Brand It Like Beckham and coauthor of Uncommon Practice: Brands Who Deliver a Great Experience. Shaun Smith runs his own consulting business specializing in customer research and is a sought-after speaker on the subject. He is a contributing author to Brands and Branding and the coauthor of Managing the Customer Experience: Turning Customers into Advocates and Uncommon Practice: Brands Who Deliver a Great Experience.
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