Integrated Customer Experiences
|Consumers are increasingly in control of the information flow. And marketers now have the ability to customize experiences, offers, and content. The key issue is getting marketing “right” in real time, whether B2B or B2C. How should firms design and serve up their offerings so that they are relevant in context — hitting just the right “notes” at the right point in the path to purchase or decision journey?|
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.
Understanding, Measuring, and Managing ShoppabilityNov 16, 2016
Webinar featuring Raymond Burke, Indiana University
In a competitive and cluttered retail context, there are many cases where the organization, presentation, and pricing of products make it difficult for shoppers to find what they’re looking for, and limit the consideration of potentially relevant brands.
6 Expert Views on the Consumer Internet of ThingsNov 03, 2016
Highlights from presentations at MSI's conference "Marketing in the Consumer Internet of Things" on September 30, 2016, at George Washington University.
Report Outlines Challenges of Understanding Digitized CustomersNov 02, 2016
A new report identifies six research priorities for academic-industry collaboration on the topic, “Understanding Digitized Customers in Digitized Environments.”
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