The Psychology of Pricing: Customers Prefer Round Numbers

Bottom Line: Despite the prevalence of 99-cent stores and $1.99 price tags, consumers appear to favor round numbers when paying for goods and services....
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Customer Experience Journey to Avoid a Crisis

Trending on social media is the tragic story of a seven year old who died of dengue after allegedly being treated for 15 days...

A Framework for Influencer Marketing

Bloggers fall into 3 categories - Influencers, Curators, and Endorsers. How should your marketing strategy incorporate all of them? How can you improve impact and reach?

3 Shaving Ads That Discuss Masculinity – Gillette, Old Spice, Harry’s

The brand is leveraging the trending #metoo movement for their own benefit. However, that's what advertising is- talking to your audience about what they're taking about too, finding common ground with them.

Shweta Bachchan and the Ethics of Identity

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Quirky Ideas for Business Success in 2030!

Warning: Please read this at your own risk. Author isn't liable for any irreversible brain damage inadvertently caused by the loopy ramblings below. The landscape in...

Marketing Maverick: Karim Mouahbi, Head of Marketing at Mad Paws #APACLeaders

Paul Writer interviewed Karim Mouahbi, who is based in Sydney as Head of Marketing for Mad Paws, Australia’s leading pet sitting marketplace that's backed by Qantas Ventures.
3 Cs (and an I) of Coronavirus Marketing

3 Cs (and an I) of Coronavirus Marketing

During the next few weeks demand for many products and services will drop, even as demand for other, ‘survival’ goods rises. Necessities include anything...

CRMAA Roundtable: How Do You Deal With Rising Customer Expectations?

Customers are the center of every business. By focusing on the customers and creating strategies that are customer-centric, businesses are sure to succeed. However,...
Checklist for Social Growth Tools

Checklist of Social Growth Tools – Free Download

Social Proof is a powerful marketing technique that can build trust, improve your reputation and boost sales. We adapt our behaviour based on what others are doing. We also use the opinions and actions of others to shape ours.