Two Words for 2016: Scientific Marketing

Measuring individuals’ feelings and perceptions can be complex, especially when they are not always clearly expressed by customers and prospects. Advocates of factoring feelings into marketing strategies state that “people don’t always know what they want anyways, that their emotions towards our products or brand cannot be put in a box, quantified or measured.” I also believe that people have complex emotions that are influenced by what they are currently doing, where they reside, the people they are with, and a thousand other factors. Continue reading “Two Words for 2016: Scientific Marketing”