Consumer Behavior text with added real-world cases and popular brand examples

This post is about the new edition of a popular consumer behavior textbook.

Solomon’s Consumer Behavior: Buying, Having, and Being covers what happens before, during and after we purchase something and how products can influence the way we feel about ourselves and each other – particularly in the social media and digital age. Many of the topics have both professional and personal relevance – making it easy to apply the theory outside of the classroom.

Updated content includes:

  • Examples and trending terms – using popular and familiar brands (including L’Oreal Paris, KitKat, Lush, KonMari, etc.).
  • Real-world cases and research studies.
  • Marketing Opportunity boxes – highlighting ways organizations capitalize on new marketing opportunities.
  • Chapter openers – exploring practical social media use and other consumer behavior applications.
  • Marketing Pitfalls.
  • Real data sets – tying together concepts across chapters and sections.

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