Video Post – Understanding Your Internet Shopper

Posted by
Mike Lyon
Date
 March 10, 2009
Comments
21 comments

I recently had the honor of speaking at the BMC West Conference in San Diego. I thought I would share a few clips of the seminar on the blog. I hope you enjoy.

This first clip explores the shopping habits of today’s home buyer.

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  • mike,
    nice video…great teaching points and good example of your tv purchase….very effective…i have been following you for a bit and i know you follow my work as well. lets connect and mastermind…..take care.

    paul

  • mike,
    nice video…great teaching points and good example of your tv purchase….very effective…i have been following you for a bit and i know you follow my work as well. lets connect and mastermind…..take care.

    paul

  • mike,
    nice video…great teaching points and good example of your tv purchase….very effective…i have been following you for a bit and i know you follow my work as well. lets connect and mastermind…..take care.

    paul

  • Hey Mike, awesome stuff. Home shopper habits and preferences can’t be explored enough. We need to know this stuff. Thanks for sharing.

    Jim

  • Hey Mike, awesome stuff. Home shopper habits and preferences can’t be explored enough. We need to know this stuff. Thanks for sharing.

    Jim

  • Hey Mike, awesome stuff. Home shopper habits and preferences can’t be explored enough. We need to know this stuff. Thanks for sharing.

    Jim

  • Great clip and insightful information. Understanding your customer is critical in any sales process. Thanks.

    Frank

  • Great clip and insightful information. Understanding your customer is critical in any sales process. Thanks.

    Frank

  • Mike,

    As usual, you’re dead-on with this one. There’s nothing more likely to cause brand elimination than disappointing a prospect with the first impression.

    It’s critical that brands do their best to meet customer in their “knowledge place.”

    Well done. Thanks for the the video.

    Greg

  • Mike,

    As usual, you’re dead-on with this one. There’s nothing more likely to cause brand elimination than disappointing a prospect with the first impression.

    It’s critical that brands do their best to meet customer in their “knowledge place.”

    Well done. Thanks for the the video.

    Greg

  • Thanks for participating in the post guys! Great points.

    Greg – I liked the comment on “knowledge place”

    Paul – Thanks for the encouraging words.

  • Thanks for participating in the post guys! Great points.

    Greg – I liked the comment on “knowledge place”

    Paul – Thanks for the encouraging words.

  • Thanks for participating in the post guys! Great points.

    Greg – I liked the comment on “knowledge place”

    Paul – Thanks for the encouraging words.

  • Mike,

    I was there… great presentation! I appreciate your insight and have lots of great notes.

  • Mike,

    I was there… great presentation! I appreciate your insight and have lots of great notes.

  • Great clip! What a great way to explain today’s buyer. I’m sharing this with our whole sales team!

  • Great clip! What a great way to explain today’s buyer. I’m sharing this with our whole sales team!

  • Mike, great stuff! It’s tough to explain how educated buyers are today, you managed that analogy well. BTW, my wife checked out the sex offender site before we bought our home too…

  • Mike, great stuff! It’s tough to explain how educated buyers are today, you managed that analogy well. BTW, my wife checked out the sex offender site before we bought our home too…