The Curse of Customer Orientation: A Retrospective Critique
For more than forty years, marketers have worshipped at the feet of customers. While such a strategy may have worked in a world when customer-orientation was a comparative rarity, it is ineffective when every organisation is customer-centric, or claims to be. This article argues that marketers should stop chasing after customers and get customers to chase them instead. They should embrace the retromarketing concept by returning to the good old bad old days when marketers made life deliciously difficult for their customers and snake oil was the beverage of choice.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2002-01-01
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