Customer Relationships and Experiences
Most-downloaded Paper Offers Framework to Understand and Manage Customer ExperienceFeb 10, 2017
"A Framework for Understanding and Managing the Customer Experience" by Arne De Keyser, Katherine Lemon, Philipp Klaus, and Timothy Keiningham earned the 2016 MSI Top Download Award as the MSI working paper most downloaded by marketers and academics in its first year of publication.
Everybody Loves It, You’ve Got to Love It Too! The Downside of Receiving More (and More) Positive Word of MouthJan 30, 2017 David L. Alexander and Sarah G. Moore, 2017, 17-102
As consumers receive more positive word of mouth for a newly adopted product, they feel increasing pressure to perform as competently with the product as those who recommended it.
“Quick Talks” Highlight Marketing Impact of New ResearchJan 04, 2017
At MSI’s November 2016 Board of Trustees Meeting, Ashlee Humphreys, Paul Fombelle, and Stephen Spiller discussed their latest research, offering new consumer insights with practical applications for marketers.
Consumer and Object Experience in the Internet of Things: An Assemblage Theory ApproachDec 7, 2016 Donna L. Hoffman and Thomas P. Novak, 2016, 16-134
Traditional understandings of consumer experience fall short when it comes to the consumer Internet of Things. Here's a new framework to conceptualize consumer (and object) experience in these complex, interactive environments.
Feeling of Missing Out (FOMO) and Its Marketing ImplicationsNov 16, 2016 Ceren Hayran, Lalin Anik, and Zeynep Gürhan-Canli, 2016, 16-131
Is FOMO (feeling of missing out) a boon or threat for marketing? This study looks at what drives FOMO and the implications for customer loyalty and revisit and recommendation intentions.
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