Ep 13: The Theory of Innumeracy: How a Math Challenged America affects your Pricing Strategy

In America many people are math challenged. Math doesn’t come easy, and complicated math is even more challenging. When I say complicated math, I am not talking algebra or calculus, rather I am referring to applying percents and fractions. This is the theory of innumeracy. Innumeracy is to numbers as illiteracy is to reading. And…

Ep10: Branding 2020

While the approach to branding hasn’t changed since the 70s, the media landscape has exploded with ever expanding channel options, more robust targeting, and all leading to the tsunami of ads the pummel consumers daily. So, is the 1970’s approach still effective today or do we need to rethink how we emotionally connect brands with people?

Ep8: Don’t Paddle Upstream (Book Release 3 of 4)

There are many tactics to use in marketing today. Some work. Some are the equivalent of paddling upstream. Paddling upstream occurs when a marketer fails to understand their shopper flow. They don’t take time to decipher the primal motivations driving their brand and category sales. To increase your shopper motivational share (and sales), a marketer must focus on tactics that work best based on their category Shopper DNA composition.

Ep6: Identifying the Primal Shopper (Book Release 1 of 4)

This is the first of four podcasts I am doing to as a part of my book release for Primal Shopper. This episode (like the first part of the book) is about inspiration, finding the Shopper DNA, and blind alleys. The title of the first part of the book is Identifying the Primal Shopper. In this podcast I will touch on the inspiration behind the discovery of the Shopper DNA and a foundational concept called the Tension Triangle. The tension triangle in business is the proverbial triangle of time, price, and quality. In business the old adage was you can have two of the three, however, in the retail world this triangle takes on a whole different meaning as it related to Shopper DNA.

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