Most people have a desire to be green. A desire to recycle. A desire to reduce their carbon footprint. A desire to make the world a better place for future generations. However, most people’s desires fail to manifest itself in consistent behaviors. Especially when it comes to eco-shopping, our continual purchasing of plastic bottles is…
Tag: shopper marketing
Its one thing to predict the weather, its another to change the weather. As marketers, we are not in the business of forecasting, we are in the business of changing shopper behaviors. We need to be rainmakers. To do this, we need to understand the primal nature within shoppers – the constant that controls the effectiveness of our marketing.
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.
What this book is about is one “shopper truth” worth telling – a primal truth. A primal truth that gets at the core reasons why some shoppers are passionate deal-seekers while others are passionate about their brands. The truth about why some shoppers detest shopping while others can’t stop.
My hope is that this book will convince you to stop and think about your own beliefs about marketing and advertising. If I do that, then I will consider this book a success.