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By surprising a consumer’s senses in a way that’s relevant to the product experience, companies create experiences that are worth talking bout. Coca cola released their own red bull imitation and almost overnight outspent red bull and “owned” all these events. By rooting your business in a story that says what it stands for, you help shape what your customers feel when they interact with it.

I just wanted to thank you for interviewing all of these great people and making this available for us on the Internet. Also, with initiation, making people wait in line, making retail stores that people can't see into, these things have to be done in the context of a much wider and carefully thought out strategy. Just as a virus can spread rapidly among people who share the same space, a message can spread faster among a group that shares the same headspace.

Great restaurants sometimes initiate you by forcing you to wait in long lines before you can enjoy them. After 9 years of running a house painting company (I started when I was 18), I started. So, the lesson is, if you're going to align yourself with an event – invent it and own it! The public very quickly forget who sponsors what, unless you own it, forever. Developed by a trio of international brand architects, they share the insights behind their creative and strategic leadership for word-of-mouth success stories including Based on their experiences with some of the world's recognized generators of word-of-mouth, the authors behind Conversational Capital began to realize that experiences had residual value—value that extended further than mere memories but instead resided in the realm of identity-shaping and storytelling.

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    That is to say, when an experience was sufficiently powerful or transformative for an individual, they felt compelled to make the experience part of their own life story, and thereby propagate the story of the experience as part of their own (and now more exciting) identity. When you start talking about a pretty diverse range of tools, it's great for firing up the inspiration and coming up with new ideas. What I love best about mixergy and some of the great experts on here, is, after all the debating is done, even if it's done privately by email, I can often take away solid actionable steps and apply them.

    The beetle (designed as a super cheap car for the masses) was given character by the Herbie film. This guy was fantastic – he really had some great advice and input that correlates to real world experience. At best you can design something where form follows function and make sure that the people around you are brave enough to let you launch it, even though it looks or acts a little different than the competition who are all playing safe.

    Making wacky vehicles and racing down hills, making flying machines and jumping off piers but they also used to align themselves with many of the adrenalin sports. The Abercrombie and Fitch store that breaks all the rules of being able to see what's inside, does so within the context of a multi-million pound wider marketing strategy. I'll take that kind of content any day versus people that have ideas that don't parlay into real world tactics. Just came across this site a few days ago and this is the first interview I've listened to.