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  1. 1. AARHUS UNIVERSITYONLINE CONSUMER PSYCHOLOGYJacob L. Orquin, Ph.D.Department of Business AdministrationAarhus University ASB AU MAPP
  2. 2. AARHUS UNIVERSITYLEARNING OBJECTIVESUnderstand how to:Create trustPersuade customersCreate loyalty ASB AU MAPP
  3. 3. AARHUS UNIVERSITYMATCHING GOALS Change users or change website? ASB AU MAPP
  4. 4. AARHUS UNIVERSITYTRUSTWhy is trust important to online marketing?Can we imagine economic transactions without trust?How do they take place? ASB AU MAPP
  5. 5. AARHUS UNIVERSITYTRUST AND ECONOMIC EXCHANGESSo what’s the value of trust in e-commerce?• Low degrees of trust are detrimental to economic exchanges• Increased levels of trust are associated with a higher conversion rate• Increased levels of trust are associated with satisfaction and loyalty ASB AU MAPP
  6. 6. AARHUS UNIVERSITYTRUST AND ECONOMIC GROWTHDenmark is not part of the study, but is probably somewhere near toNorway (NOR) ASB AU MAPP
  7. 7. AARHUS UNIVERSITYINTERPERSONAL TRUST ACROSS NATIONSDenmark is not part of this graph but it’s up here! ASB AU MAPP
  8. 8. AARHUS UNIVERSITYTRUSTA (very) simple model of trust (Sultan et al 2002) ASB AU MAPP
  9. 9. AARHUS UNIVERSITYTRUST SEALSTrust seals has been used to incease consumer confidence in e-commercesince the earliest days of online shopping but the documented effect isquite modest.According to Sultan et al. (2002) trust seals only account for 0.2 % ofexplained variance in trust! ASB AU MAPP
  10. 10. AARHUS UNIVERSITYTRUST SEALSSecific e-commece vendors claim to have improven conversion rates fornew visitors with up til 7 % using trust seals. Screenshot from billigvoks.dk ASB AU MAPP
  11. 11. AARHUS UNIVERSITYFACTORS PREDICTING TRUST ASB AU MAPP
  12. 12. AARHUS UNIVERSITYPREDICTORS (CONT) Percent of respondents who self motivatedly commented on certain website characteristics influencing website credibility. (Fogg et al. 2003) ASB AU MAPP
  13. 13. AARHUS UNIVERSITYPERSUASION ASB AU MAPP
  14. 14. AARHUS UNIVERSITYELABORATION LIKELIHOOD MODEL ASB AU MAPP
  15. 15. AARHUS UNIVERSITYPERSUASION STRATEGIESCialdini identifies 6 compliance strategies• Reciprocity• Commitment and Consistency• Social Proof• Authority• Liking• Scarcity ASB AU MAPP
  16. 16. AARHUS UNIVERSITYRECIPROCITY ASB AU MAPP
  17. 17. AARHUS UNIVERSITYCOMMITMENT AND CONSISTENCY ASB AU MAPP
  18. 18. AARHUS UNIVERSITYSOCIAL PROOF ASB AU MAPP
  19. 19. AARHUS UNIVERSITYAUTHORITY ASB AU MAPP
  20. 20. AARHUS UNIVERSITYLIKING ASB AU MAPP
  21. 21. AARHUS UNIVERSITYSCARCITY ASB AU MAPP
  22. 22. AARHUS UNIVERSITYLOYALTYWhy is loyalty important to online marketing?What difference does it make if have to attract new customer for everysale we make? ASB AU MAPP
  23. 23. AARHUS UNIVERSITYRETENTION IS (VERY) PROFITABLE! A 10 % change in repeat customer conversion leads to a 10 % change in net present value Agrawal et al (2001) E- performance ASB AU MAPP
  24. 24. AARHUS UNIVERSITYLOYALTY AND SATISFACTION The apostle model ASB AU MAPP
  25. 25. AARHUS UNIVERSITYWOM AND SATISFACTIONThere is a U-shaped relation between satisfaction and WOM ASB AU MAPP
  26. 26. AARHUS UNIVERSITYWORD OF MOUTHWOM: contributes with 30 % of customers and has no specific budgetallocation! ASB AU MAPP
  27. 27. AARHUS UNIVERSITYSO WHAT’S THE POINT? Customer satisfaction is a strong predictor both of WOM and loyalty. Among online marketing initiatives WOM and loyalty have the highest ROI. ASB AU MAPP
  28. 28. AARHUS UNIVERSITYWOM AND LOYALTYCarpenter (2005) Consumer shopping value, satisfaction, and loyalty forretail apparel brands ASB AU MAPP
  29. 29. AARHUS UNIVERSITYANTECEDENTS TO E-SATISFACTIONThe Szymanski & Hise (2000) model was tested and re-examined in 2004. ASB AU MAPP
  30. 30. AARHUS UNIVERSITYCORRELATIONS WITH CONVENIENCEResults from Szymanski & Hise (2000) seem to focus on general aspects ofe-commerce: ASB AU MAPP
  31. 31. AARHUS UNIVERSITYE-SATISFACTION AFFECTS RETENTION ANDCONVERSIONBansal et al (2004) Relating e-satisfaction to behavioral outcomes ASB AU MAPP
  32. 32. AARHUS UNIVERSITYANTECEDENTS TO E-SATISFACTIONResults from Bansal et al (2004) Relating e-satisfaction to behavioraloutcomes ASB AU MAPP
  33. 33. AARHUS UNIVERSITYMODERATORS OF E-SATISFACTIONYes, e-satisfaction does affect e-loyalty … ASB AU MAPP
  34. 34. AARHUS UNIVERSITYONLINE VS. OFFLINESatisfaction has an even stronger impact on loyalty online than offline! ASB AU MAPP
  35. 35. AARHUS UNIVERSITYFACTORS AFFECTING LOYALTYBorrowed from Reibstein (2002). ASB AU MAPP
  36. 36. AARHUS UNIVERSITYTOUCH POINT ANALYSISMapping customer touch points: satisfaction can be replaced withperformance for fast benchmarking ASB AU MAPP
  37. 37. AARHUS UNIVERSITYGATHER YOUR DATAGathering questionnaire data is practically free. What matters is integratingthe data sources ASB AU MAPP
  38. 38. AARHUS UNIVERSITYSURVEY SOCIAL MEDIA Get direct input on what you have done right and wrong! Complaint about support center Complaint about broad band service Complaint about support center Ok delivery but bad support ASB AU MAPP
  39. 39. AARHUS UNIVERSITYOTHER WEB 2.0 TOOLSWhat are they talking about and how much are they talking?Social media monitoring: Buzzmetrics, Cymphony, Google blogsearch,Blogpulse.com Facebook Lexicon Google blogsearch Blogpulse.com ASB AU MAPP
  40. 40. AARHUS UNIVERSITYINTEGRATE THE DATA!Measure and integrate data sources. There are no universal truths soalways check what works on your website. E-Satisfaction web analytics pipeline metrics Is there any correlation between the data? ASB AU MAPP
  41. 41. AARHUS UNIVERSITYDEVELOPING E-SATISFACTIONSetting expectations: do you deliver what your market communicationpromised?Website characteristics: how is your websites’s ease of use,content/information, price, and product selection doing?Customer service: check your support, delivery, and complaints.e-CRM applications: there are no killer apps! Feinberg & Kadam (2002) ASB AU MAPP
  42. 42. AARHUS UNIVERSITYCONTACTJacob L Orquin, Ph.D.Department of Business AdministrationAarhus UniversityE-mail: jalo@asb.dkCheck out my company:www.userpilot.dk ASB AU MAPP

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