The mere suggestion of anything out of the ordinary, such as a discount, will make them nervous. Every person has a portion of all seven emotional styles emotional intelligence. Like DNA, it is the amount of each style which makes up your buying style. Each person will have one dominate style and one or two minor styles. Here are the seven emotional styles;. They will be equipped with a working knowledge of how to recognize each of the seven emotional buying styles in the first ninety seconds of any future encounter along with a practical way to quickly adopt and communicate with decision makers at a deeper level.
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RSS - Posts. RSS - Comments. This book is a fun and practical guide to the use of Emotional Intelligence. The title is catchy and I sense there is a story behind it. Please share. What was your motivation in writing this book? You write about Seven Emotional Buying Styles. Share some insight into two of them.
I will share the two opposite emotional styles. You push their red button by having a sloppy appearance or unprofessional attitude; ignoring or not acknowledging their achievements and not getting to the point. You push their green button by offering examples of success; guarantees and pointing out how your service is an established and recognized process.
You push their red button when you criticize or challenge their integrity; offer special discounts or a deal outside normal terms or seem to be secretive or avoiding an issue.
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What personal buying style and what makes that so? How, by the way, did you go about selecting the ideas included in your book? A number of my readers are in the media, so as we conclude this interview — what two things would you want them to know about the uniqueness of your book? The concepts in this book are not unique, just the way we use them.
Engel, Blackwell and Kollat in These five stages are a framework to evaluate customers' buying decision process. While many consumers pass through these stages in a fixed, linear sequence, some stages such as evaluation of alternatives may occur throughout the purchase decision. In the case of an impulse purchase, such as the purchase of a chocolate bar as a personal treat, the consumer may spend minimal time engaged in information search and evaluation and proceed directly to the actual purchase.
Without the recognition of the need, a purchase cannot take place. The need can be triggered by internal stimuli e. According to Maslow's hierarchy , only when a person has fulfilled the needs at a certain stage, can he or she move to the next stage.
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The problem must be the products or services available. It's how the problem must be recognized. The information search stage is the next step that the customers may take after they have recognized the problem or need in order to find out what they feel is the best solution.
This is the buyer's effort at searching the internal and external business environments to identify and observe sources of information related to the focal buying decision. The field of information has come a long way in the last forty years, and has enabled easier and faster information discovery. This is the fourth stage, where the purchase takes place. According to Kotler, Keller, Koshy and Jha ,  the final purchase decision can be disrupted by two factors: negative feedback from other customers and the level of motivation to comply or accept the feedback.
However, because his good friend, who is also a photographer, gives him negative feedback, he will then be bound to change his preference.
Secondly, the decision may be disrupted due to unanticipated situations such as a sudden job loss or the closing of a retail store. These stages are critical to retain customers. In short, customers compare products with their expectations and are either satisfied or dissatisfied. This can then greatly affect the decision process for a similar purchase from the same company in the future,  mainly at the information search stage and evaluation of alternatives stage. If customers are satisfied, this results in brand loyalty , and the information search and evaluation of alternative stages are often fast-tracked or skipped completely.
As a result, brand loyalty is the ultimate aim of many companies.
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On the basis of either being satisfied or dissatisfied, a customer will spread either positive or negative feedback about the product. At this stage, companies should carefully create positive post-purchase communication to engage the customers. Also, cognitive dissonance consumer confusion in marketing terms is common at this stage; customers often go through the feelings of post-purchase psychological tension or anxiety.
Questions include: "Have I made the right decision? In an early study of the buyer decision process literature, Frank Nicosia Nicosia, F. They are the univariate model He called it the "simple scheme". He concluded that only this third type of model is capable of expressing the complexity of buyer decision processes.
In chapter 7, Nicosia builds a comprehensive model involving five modules. The encoding module includes determinants like "attributes of the brand", "environmental factors", "consumer's attributes", "attributes of the organization", and "attributes of the message".
Other modules in the system include, consumer decoding, search and evaluation, decision, and consumption. Some neuromarketing research papers examined how approach motivation as indexed by electroencephalographic EEG asymmetry over the prefrontal cortex predicts purchase decision when brand and price are varied. In a within-subjects design, the participants were presented purchase decision trials with 14 different grocery products seven private label and seven national brand products whose prices were increased and decreased while their EEG activity was recorded.
The results showed that relatively greater left frontal activation i. The relationship of frontal EEG asymmetry with purchase decision was stronger for national brand products compared with private label products and when the price of a product was below a normal price i. Higher perceived need for a product and higher perceived product quality were associated with greater relative left frontal activation. For any high-involvement product category, the decision-making time is normally long and buyers generally evaluate the information available very cautiously.
They also utilize an active information search process. The risk associated with such decision is very high. It is generally agreed that biases can creep into our decision-making processes, calling into question the correctness of a decision. Below is a list of some of the more common cognitive biases. Neuroscience is a useful tool and a source of theory development and testing in buyer decision-making research.