When you ask people about their life-changing, ‘a-ha’ moments, you’ve probably noticed that they’re almost always emotion-based. The joy of finding out they will become a parent, the reflection after an argument when criticism sinks in, the surprise at having assumptions challenged – I could go on, but you see what I mean: in each case it’s emotion that makes a difference both in the moment and in your memory.
I don’t think that it’s any different when we interact with brands. You just have to look on Twitter to see the streams of frustration from unhappy customers, and on the flip side, tweets from brands that make customers feel their concerns were listened to.
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