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How Customers Think: Essential Insights into the Mind of the Market by Gerald Zaltman

Dense but informative read. By page 40, and it was a winter Saturday night I had already used the information to start sending emails to my team on the insights into how people see ideas about products rather than how they communicate to you about these same products. Refresh and try again. This shouldn’t be surprising, he convincingly argues, since “a great mismatch exists between the way consumers experience and think about their world and the methods marketers zwltman to collect this information.

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Zaltman shows how memory can be fallible, selective, conscious or unconscious, altered by subsequent information, influenced by mood, and in general a lot less reliable than most people think. Books by Gerald Zaltman. In fact, large vision and practical application go hand-in-hand for Zaltman. Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc. English Choose a language for shopping. To view it, click here.

More application of the background and less of the psychological background would make this book worthwhile. As human beings, we make the majority of our decisions and formulate the majority of our opinions in the subconscious mind. Write a customer review.

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Change how you think, says marketing guru Gerald Zaltman. Jana Schiller rated it it was amazing Mar 28, Eden buenaventura rated it liked it Feb 05, Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. At the core of this book is a process called ZMET that uses patented research techniques to identify deep metaphors people apply to daily situations. I’ve had the good fortune to help redesign customer experience using ZMET research, and the technique is simple and powerful.

However, the basic reason of their mistake is from the fact that Customers can’t know exactly what they really want. Ultimately, this book is about unearthing the unconscious metaphors that lead to conscious behavior, cusgomers then finding the right types of stimuli to influence that behavior. Also – since the field of neuroscience is rather verald, and we as a species have only recently started gaining an understanding of brain function, supporting everything with hard data can be difficult.

Enjoyed this perspective on getting into the mind of consumers and matching your message to them.