Demand is created in the gaps between what we really want and the goods and and simply more fun,” writes Adrian Slywotzky in Demand. In DEMAND: Giving People What They Love Before They Know They Want It ( Crown Business; October ), Adrian Slywotzky, named by. Adrian Slywotzky is an expert in profitability, evident in such books as The Profit Zone and Profit Patterns. His new book, Demand: Creating.
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Oct 04, Pages Buy. Oct 04, Pages. From the Hardcover edition. Slywotzky is a graduate of Harvard College nad has an M. More about Adrian Slywotzky. We need fresh thinking based on research to develop bold, doable pathways for demand creation. And like every good problem-solver, he provides frameworks for thinking, illustrated through warm personal stories that get you into the personalities of some spectacular — yet unsung — demand generation heroes.
The personal stories make the frameworks for thinking real, and point to some inherent traits in personality that characterize the mind, approach and courage of demand creators.
And a big plus is that they will like — and identify with — the people they read about. We all want video on demand now. But could we have even imagined it 10 years ago?
Demand: Creating What People Love Before They Know They Want It
What makes us rave about some things, but rant about others—even when the underlying products are functionally the same? Magnetic products not only offer superior functionality, but forge an emotional attachment that is hard to sever.
They embed themselves so seamlessly into our lives that they become part of who we are. Take grocery chain Wegmans.
More than just an incredibly functional supermarket—with an average of 60, items in stock—Wegmans has an emotional appeal that led 7, people in alone! Can you actually create demand—or are you just getting lucky? Why do most attempts to create demand fail? Demand creators recognize that even great products have a very low chance of success… and they do everything they can to increase it. Does what happens behind the scenes actually matter for demand creators?
Take the market for e-readers. The Sony Reader—released 10 months before the Kindle—offered wireless access to only 20, titles. The backstory makes all the difference: So many great products never get purchased… while others fly off the shelves. What triggers us to buy something? Most of us need a trigger to get from want to buy.
Smart companies recognize that each product has its own trigger—and that discovering these triggers is the key to creating demand. Why is it that some companies slyworzky getting better and better, while others adeian flatline? A great and increasing trajectory is incredibly important to demand creators. Smart companies know that there is no average customer—and work to create offers that appeal to everyone, on every occasion.
Take the Boston Symphony Orchestra: All companies talk about the quality of their people. But does the whole team really matter? Demand creators recognize that every employee can—and should—contribute to demand creation.
Pixar even teaches its accountants how deemand draw…and all this translates to 11 blockbusters in a row. Also by Adrian SlywotzkyKarl Weber. See all books by Adrian SlywotzkyKarl Weber.
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