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Consumer behaviour: implications for marketing strategy. by Pascale G Quester; Simone Pettigrew; Foula Kopanidis; Sally Rao Hill; Del I Hawkins. Print book. Consumer behaviour: implications for marketing strategy Quester, Pascale G. (Pascale Genevieve) - 7th edition / Pascale Quester, Simone Pettigrew, Foula Kopanidis, Sally Rao Hill, Del I. Hawkins. [Matching item] Consumer behaviour: implications for marketing strategy / Pascale. Consumer Behaviour: Implications for Marketing Strategy 6e is a rich resource that introduces the principles of consumer behaviour and guides exploration into .
Specifically, the present work extends the sphere of study of the construct involvement at brand level, applying it to Denominations of Origin D. Hence, after an overview of the concept, it suggests a cognitive approach to the measurement of involvement. It proposes as indicators the number of values associated with this designation, the centrality of these values and the intensity of the association. In this delimitation of the concept, a model is presented that is set within the framework of an analysis of the decision-making process adopted by consumers when downloading wine. This postulates that temporary involvement with a D.
For marketers it is important to understand how consumers treat the download decisions they face. If a company is targeting customers who feel a download decision is difficult i. In fact, the same company may face both situations at the same time; for some the product is new, while other customers see the download as routine.
The implication of downloading behavior for marketers is that different downloading situations require different marketing efforts.
This process is presented in a sequence of 5 steps as shown below. However, whether a consumer will actually carryout each step depends on the type of download decision that is faced. For instance, for minor re-downloads the consumer may be quite loyal to the same brand, thus the decision is a routine one i.
In cases of routine, brand loyal downloads consumers may skip several steps in the downloading process since they know exactly what they want allowing the consumer to move quickly through the steps. But for more complex decisions, such as Major New downloads, the downloading process can extend for days, weeks, months or longer.
So in presenting these steps marketers should realize that, depending on the circumstances surrounding the download, the importance of each step may vary. download Decision Steps 1 and 2 1. For instance, internal triggers, such as hunger or thirst, may tell the consumer that food or drink is needed.
Marketers are particularly good at this through advertising, in-store displays and even the intentional use of scent e. At this stage the decision-making process may stall if the consumer is not motivated to continue see Motivation above. However, if the consumer does have the internal drive to satisfy the need they will continue to the next step. The sources used to acquire this information may be as simple as remembering information from past experience i.
How much effort the consumer directs toward searching depends on such factors as: the importance of satisfying the need, familiarity with available solutions, and the amount of time available to search. To appeal to consumers who are at the search stage, marketers should make efforts to ensure consumers can locate information related to their product.
For example, for marketers whose customers rely on the Internet for information gathering, attaining high rankings in search engines has become a critical marketing objective. download Decision Steps 3, 4 and 5 3.
It should be noted that there may be two levels to this stage. At level one the consumer may create a set of possible solutions to their needs i. For example, a consumer who needs to replace a television has multiple solutions to choose from such as plasma, LCD and CRT televisions. Within each solution type will be multiple brands from which to choose.
Marketers need to understand how consumers evaluate product options and why some products are included while others are not. Refine Your Search Year. Select All Clear All Save to: Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Consumer behaviour: Consumer Behaviour: Implications for Marketing Strategy. Consumer behaviour implications for marketing strategy.
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Another example is Patagonia, the outdoor clothing company, who has taken strong political stances on protecting parklands in North America and through establishing parks worldwide, like in downloading thousands of square miles of land to make parks in its namesake region Patagonia. Advertising, Messaging and Perception Great marketing and brand messaging understand what drives perception and try to skew it in a way that benefits a brand.
Music in commercials is a perfect example. The right song can connect a product to a feeling, a lifestyle, a social cause and so much more, creating a subconscious or even conscious association between all of those things and the brand.
The importance of consumer perception in marketing can't be overstated. While more is known about the psychology of selling and perception than ever before, commercials of the s, like drinking 7-Up as the first post-drought rain falls, the Dr.
They made beverage choice resonate with the idea of choosing a lifestyle, of being yourself, of living life on your terms and not society's — a tall order for a can of soda, but it worked because it created momentum in the coveted to year-old consumer demographic.
Similarly, Dove beauty and skin products launched one of the greatest advertising campaigns ever in shaping consumer perception.
The campaign highlighted how individuality was beautiful, and in doing so, Dove became more than just a beauty product, it became a lifestyle choice. In downloading Dove, some women felt they were supporting a kinder, gentler company that sought to banish body image issues.
Meaningful Ways Brands Change Perception The good news about perception is that most brands and companies are perceived as being somewhat neutral.
The bad news is that no one gets an overwhelming urge to be loyal to a neutral experience.