RELATIONSHIP MARKETING THROUGHCROSS-SELLING: DIVERSIFICATION AND         CUSTOMER BASES    Yildirim Kadak PhD Candidate, M...
   Paradigm shift from transactional to relationship    marketing   The shift of focus from product branding to    corpo...
CONTRIBUTION TO KNOWLEDGEThis research will test: The role cross-selling has in customer loyalty (attitudinal and    beha...
   Two philosophical perspectives that are mainly    focused on are Positivism and Phenomenology.   Realism is about the...
   As a result, for the realist researcher, constructs    such as culture, the organization, and corporate    planning ex...
   Structural Equation Modelling is in line with    the realism perspective. When complex    phenomena have been adequate...
RELATIONSHIP MARKETING   Sustaining long-lasting relationships with customers   Attracting new customers should not be t...
LOYALTYIT IS PROPOSED THAT RETENTION RATE SHOWS THE LIKELIHOOD OF A           CUSTOMER REMAINING LOYAL TO A SUPPLIER.     ...
LOYALTYBEHAVIOURAL LOYALTY       ATTITUDINAL LOYALTY    Recency                 Attitudes are quantified    Frequency  ...
ATTITUDINAL AND BEHAVIOURAL LOYALTY      There is the need to study the relationship      between behaviour and attitude s...
COGNITIVE DISSONANCE THEORYThe evaluation process from pre-purchases to post purchases isthe main concern of much consumer...
TRUST             TRUST IS NEEDED IN UNCERTAINTYCUSTOMERS TRY TO DECREASE RISK AND AMBIGUITY WHEN BUYING           GOODS T...
SATISFATION                      COMMITMENT                              Even though the literature acknowledgedConventio...
Affective commitment: is warmer because of mutuality orconnection customer has with a firm that result in strongerdegree i...
CROSS-SELLING   Firms sell more than one product or service to increase the value of the    relationships. The more a cus...
CORPORATE IMAGEWhen it is about the corporate brand perceivedby customers is usually referred to as image. It is    about ...
THE SHIFT TO CORPORATE BRANDING   Products are swiftly imitated and standardised   These occurrences require the positio...
IMAGE AND PERSONALITY   Studies theorise image as the customer’s psychological    depiction of a company and emphasise it...
A PRIORI MODEL
CORPORATE STRATEGY  Cross-selling and Synergy
MULTIPOINT COMPETITION  The acknowledgement of involving multimarket contact withdiversification is relatively new. The tw...
MULTIPOINT COMPETITIONUsually companies in multimarket settings have complementaryproductions or distributions. Operations...
DIVERSIFICATION AND MULTIPOINT   COMPETITION, THEORETICAL          IMPLICATIONS
   Introduction chapter complete   Literature Review complete   Methodology chapter in progress   Questionnaire design...
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  1. 1. RELATIONSHIP MARKETING THROUGHCROSS-SELLING: DIVERSIFICATION AND CUSTOMER BASES Yildirim Kadak PhD Candidate, MBS, BA (Hons) www.ykadak.com
  2. 2.  Paradigm shift from transactional to relationship marketing The shift of focus from product branding to corporate branding. Multimarket Competition (Multipoint Competition) Cross-selling has received limited attention in the academic literature. Most of the literature focuses on methodology for identifying common acquisition patterns of products bought by customers based on their usage or ownership data
  3. 3. CONTRIBUTION TO KNOWLEDGEThis research will test: The role cross-selling has in customer loyalty (attitudinal and behavioural loyalty) The role of corporate branding has in cross-selling and its effect on loyalty (attitudinal and behavioral loyalty).If the A Priori Model is confirmed the numerical justificationswill be supported because it will mean both corporate brandingand cross-selling play a major role in diversification andmultipoint competition.
  4. 4.  Two philosophical perspectives that are mainly focused on are Positivism and Phenomenology. Realism is about the mechanisms of how the world functions, while positivism is an epistemology that prescribes the examination of it. Scientific realists maintain that unobservable constructs have existence; additionally, it is these unobservable mechanisms that frequently offer rationalisation for observable phenomena.
  5. 5.  As a result, for the realist researcher, constructs such as culture, the organization, and corporate planning exist and act quite independently of the observer. The analysis of natural phenomena is possible. Thus, understanding is improved through induction wherein findings increase the knowledge about the pertinent phenomena. Therefore, recognised paradigms are reflections of the world. The more the paradigms match with the facts the more reliable they are believed to be.
  6. 6.  Structural Equation Modelling is in line with the realism perspective. When complex phenomena have been adequately identified to permit generalisation to a population instead of to a theory, then Structural Equation Modelling can be used as a method. The reason for this is that it models compositions with intricate co- dependencies and it unambiguously permits multi-item scales and constructs. It is for this reason that Structural Equation Modelling is the proposed method to be used in this research.
  7. 7. RELATIONSHIP MARKETING Sustaining long-lasting relationships with customers Attracting new customers should not be the main concern for most companies The focus is on cultivating and retaining current customers
  8. 8. LOYALTYIT IS PROPOSED THAT RETENTION RATE SHOWS THE LIKELIHOOD OF A CUSTOMER REMAINING LOYAL TO A SUPPLIER. Despite over three decades of researchThe loyalty phenomenon has not been conceptually elucidated
  9. 9. LOYALTYBEHAVIOURAL LOYALTY ATTITUDINAL LOYALTY  Recency  Attitudes are quantified  Frequency through surveys where customers declare their  Monetary Value purchase goals.  Attitudinal loyalty can be used as an antecedent of behavioural loyalty
  10. 10. ATTITUDINAL AND BEHAVIOURAL LOYALTY There is the need to study the relationship between behaviour and attitude since the discourse in the literature is mainly conceptual
  11. 11. COGNITIVE DISSONANCE THEORYThe evaluation process from pre-purchases to post purchases isthe main concern of much consumer research.Cognitive Dissonance Theory indicates that customers look forcongruent relationships in attitudes and behaviours.Inconsistency is supposed to create mental pressure.Consequently customers discard selecting substitutes orevidence that can be inconsistent with their present conviction.H1 Behavioural loyalty has a positive effect on attitudinal loyalty
  12. 12. TRUST TRUST IS NEEDED IN UNCERTAINTYCUSTOMERS TRY TO DECREASE RISK AND AMBIGUITY WHEN BUYING GOODS THROUGH MENTAL HEURISTICS TRUST IS AN EFFICIENT HEURISTIC THAT CAN REDUCE UNCERTAINTY A STUDY FOUND A POSITIVE EFFECT ON TRUST ON CROSS-BUYING INTENTIONS AND CROSS-BUYING H2 TRUST HAS A POSITIVE EFFECT ON CROSS-BUYING H3 TRUST HAS A POSITIVE EFFECT ON ATTITUDINAL LOYALTY H4 TRUST HAS A POSITIVE EFFECT ON BEHAVIOURAL LOYALTY
  13. 13. SATISFATION  COMMITMENT Even though the literature acknowledgedConventionally satisfied satisfaction’s importance the progression from acustomers were seen less satisfied customer to a relational partner is notprice sensitive and as fully comprehended.those who buy additionalproducts and services. Concomitantly, a rational antecedent of loyalty is commitment since it is the degree to which aPositive effect of customer customer wishes to remain in a continuoussatisfaction on cross- relationship. Commitment can be divided into twobuying has been forms:supported. Calculative commitment: is the determination to remain in the relationship considering switchingH6 Satisfaction has a costs and shortage in options. An example can bepositive effect on cross- customers being loyal to a company though he/she as low satisfaction levels.buying H7 Calculative Commitment has a positive effect on behavioural loyalty.
  14. 14. Affective commitment: is warmer because of mutuality orconnection customer has with a firm that result in strongerdegree if trust and devotion.Therefore emotive commitment means stronger degree of trustand devotion. Affective commitment is considered as a bondthat matures over time and through various involvements.H8 Affective commitment has a positive affect on trustH9 Affective commitment has a positive effect on attitudinalloyalty.Affective commitment instead of previous experiences with thefirm affects satisfaction.H10 Affective commitment has a positive effect on satisfaction
  15. 15. CROSS-SELLING Firms sell more than one product or service to increase the value of the relationships. The more a customer bought from a company the more loyal that customer is.H11 Cross-selling has a positive effect on attitudinal loyaltyH12 Cross-selling has a positive effect on behavioural loyalty.
  16. 16. CORPORATE IMAGEWhen it is about the corporate brand perceivedby customers is usually referred to as image. It is about perceptions, beliefs and attitudes customers have about a company.
  17. 17. THE SHIFT TO CORPORATE BRANDING Products are swiftly imitated and standardised These occurrences require the positioning of the entire organisation , then, the corporate images stand out as the main differentiation strategy. H13 Customers will more likely to cross-buy unrelated products if the corporate brand is strong
  18. 18. IMAGE AND PERSONALITY Studies theorise image as the customer’s psychological depiction of a company and emphasise it mainly as a personal character. Given that customers’ perceptions of a corporation’s image influence their loyalty, companies focus more on the image than the tangible product. Image is about positioning the selling proposition in the minds of customers.H14 A positive image strengthens attitudinal loyalty.H15 A positive image strengthens behavioural loyalty
  19. 19. A PRIORI MODEL
  20. 20. CORPORATE STRATEGY Cross-selling and Synergy
  21. 21. MULTIPOINT COMPETITION The acknowledgement of involving multimarket contact withdiversification is relatively new. The two are theoretically always together. Multi-market analysis installs a dynamic dimension.
  22. 22. MULTIPOINT COMPETITIONUsually companies in multimarket settings have complementaryproductions or distributions. Operations characteristically exhibit “product extensions” or “market extensions”. These fusionsthrough internal growth or mergers enable the firm to utilise its marketing links. Diversified firms usually have products in the same distribution outlets.
  23. 23. DIVERSIFICATION AND MULTIPOINT COMPETITION, THEORETICAL IMPLICATIONS
  24. 24.  Introduction chapter complete Literature Review complete Methodology chapter in progress Questionnaire design in progress

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