Customer Equity Accelerator Podcast

Ep. 71 | Wharton’s Pete Fader on Customer Loyalty (and what affects it)

This week Wharton Professor Peter Fader dives into customer loyalty in the Accelerator. Loyalty is an area riddled with multiple concepts colliding with each other but Professor Fader helps us sort it out. He cites a classic paper by Oliver which frames four flavors of loyalty: Affective loyalty (emotional love), action loyalty (things you do), cognitive loyalty (feature love) and conative loyalty (intent to buy). Our conversation then moves into the broader effect of satisfaction and switching costs on loyalty.

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"True loyalty emerges when you reduce the switching costs and people stay with you anyway." Pete Fader


Key Concepts:  Customer Lifetime Value, Marketing, Digital Data, Customer Centricity, Long-Term Customer Value, Marketing Leaders, Analytics, Creativity, Product Development, Audience Research

Who Should Listen:  CAOs, CCOs, CSOs, CDOs, Digital Marketers, Business Analysts, C-suite professionals, Entrepreneurs, eCommerce, Data Scientists, Analysts, CMOs, Customer Insights Leaders, CX Analysts, Data Services Leaders, Data Insights Leaders, SVPs or VPs of Marketing or Digital Marketing, SVPs or VPs of Customer Success, Customer Advocates, Product Managers, Product Developers


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