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  • Why Things Catch On
  • De : Jonah Berger
  • Lu par : Keith Nobbs
  • Durée : 6 h et 50 min
  • 4,8 out of 5 stars (30 notations)

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Contagious

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    Why do certain products and ideas go viral? Dynamic young Wharton professor Jonah Berger draws on his research to explain the six steps that make products or ideas contagious.

    Why do some products get more word of mouth than others? Why does some online content go viral? Word of mouth makes products, ideas, and behaviors catch on. It's more influential than advertising and far more effective.

    Can you create word of mouth for your product or idea? According to Berger, you can. Whether you operate a neighborhood restaurant, a corporation with hundreds of employees, or are running for a local office for the first time, the steps that can help your product or idea become viral are the same.

    Contagious is filled with fascinating information drawn from Berger's research. You will be surprised to learn, for example, just how little word of mouth is generated online versus elsewhere. Already praised by Dan Ariely and Dan Gilbert, and sold in nine countries, this book is a must-listen for people who want their projects and ideas to succeed.

    ©2013 Social Dynamics Group, LLC (P)2013 Simon & Schuster, Inc.

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    Entertaining and Instructive

    This book successfully conveys how a company should aim to deliver their message to the world. Companies must craft a powerful message of what they do. They must do so in a useful yet thought provoking manner, that distinguishes them from their competitors. The message in this book is illustrated with meaningful stories which captivate the reader/listener's attention.

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    wonderfull

    The BEST book i ever purchased on my entrepreunarial journey !
    The STEPPS framework is what you need to work on making your brand contagious .really helpfull and so pleasant to listen .thanks jonah berger

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    • Douglas C. Bates
    • 01/04/2013

    A Primer on Viral & Memorable Marketing

    This is a must-read for anyone professionally involved in the creation of advertising. It's written for people without background on the subject, but does such a good job in organizing and clarifying the principles that it's a good read for even marketing veterans.

    Berger does an excellent job exploring and detailing the message elements that cause people to remember advertising messages and stories, and to want to pass around those stories (with or without embedded ad messages). The book explores 6 principles involved in why things catch on:

    * social currency
    * triggers
    * emotion
    * public
    * practical value
    * stories

    These principles serve as a checklist for the creation of advertising, especially any advertising that attempts to be viral.

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    • Grant
    • 29/05/2013

    There's no magic to it.

    I work in the area of creative commerce and nearly all of the points made in this book about stickiness and compelling content on the internet were true 20 years ago in other media. The rules of engagement with consumers and audiences have not changed. Just the battlefield has. This alone is good to know, but does not justify the time one must dedicate to listening to this piece — a mixed bag, from which I'm not sure I gleaned many points that I can use in my daily work. It's just more of the same old pseudo-experts attempting to write "rules" on how creative people catch lightning in a bottle. Creative people, on the other hand, do not need those rules, as they know innately how to compel.

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    • A. Yoshida
    • 21/08/2016

    Lots of examples of things that have gone viral

    The six principles in making ideas contagious are:
    1. Social currency (is it cool to know and spread the idea)
    2. Triggers (is the idea associated with something that comes up often so it triggers people to talk about the idea)
    3. Emotion (do people care about the idea; people share what they care about)
    4. Publicity (is the idea or product out in the public)
    5. Practical Value (are people eager to share the idea with friends)
    6. Stories (is it delivered in a compelling story, not in a boring message)

    The author gives many examples of how each of these principles can make an idea contagious. A supermarket tested playing different types of music and measured the sales of wine. When French music was played, more French wines were purchased. When German music was played, more German wines were purchased. Remember the Kit Kat "Gimme a Break" campaign? As people were taking a break and having a cup of coffee (trigger), the thought of a tasty snack popped into their head (emotion). Or what about the Budweiser's "Wassup" commercials? A bunch of Budweiser drinkers were saying "wassup," which then reinforced the behavior of hanging out with friends and drinking Budweiser. The Movember Foundation made charity giving for men's health (normally private information) into an annual conversation topic as men sported moustaches in November (public).

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    • ANDRÉ
    • 28/04/2013

    I will read it again!

    This book is a great one-- I think it has more content than "The Tipping Point" from Malcolm Gladwell. Malcolm's explanation why things become popular or viral is because of weak ties... But Contagious goes deeper-- Jonah Berger finds 6 reasons. And it all makes sense.
    Very well written and with a great performance by Keith Nobbs.
    I bought this book to my father and brother and they are liking it.
    Read it, and you will like it too.

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    • Andy
    • 12/03/2013

    actionable!

    Berger does a great job of breaking down the various elements that when working together, create a contagious effect. He then provides a recipe for maximizing the chance that your initiative will be contagious. Super narration and fast listen.

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    • Ryan
    • 06/05/2016

    Started off good but...

    The first couple chapters were fairly interesting. However, the rest seemed like regurgitated, general, obvious, useless information. Very simple concepts drawn out far beyond necessary. Alot of filler, waste of time.

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    • Shane Lynch
    • 10/06/2013

    Breaing through the ice.

    Is there anything you would change about this book?

    I find that some of the case studies that were reffered to as evidence for his points were effective but at times lend themselves to other intrepretations from a marketing perspective which leaves doubt as to what really causes something to be contagious.

    What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

    Taking on this question, whethere or not he is right or wrong is what makes it interesting. there isn`t much solid evidence or a clear reasoning for why something becomes contagious so it is a brave effort on his part to theorize in a book.

    Did Contagious inspire you to do anything?

    No. I feel like there are little nuggets of information which are useful but nothing mindblowing enough to make me incorporate it into my work and daily life as a marketer.

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    • Cameron
    • 20/03/2013

    A very good book with good information

    This is everything I hoped it would be. The information is solid and the presentation is very well done. If I have any issues it's that I didn't finish the book feeling like I had a great grasp on the techniques he talks about in the book. I'd love to see a PDF with some of it outlined like they have for other books. Just some cheat sheets and bullet points would be fine.

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    • Scott
    • 02/04/2013

    Good, but...

    ...while Berger does a godly job of outlining what I'm sure are some -- certainly not all -- of the finer points of "Why Things Catch On," I have a couple of gripes.

    First, the book is too short. In the end, I felt like I'd just read a long essay rather than a book of substance. Sure the content gave me something to chew on but would it have killed the author to include more real world cases?

    Did Keith Nobbs, the narrator, have a cold while reading this? Did he mispronounce some words? I can't be 100% sure until I read the text myself, but it seemed that way. Hey, nobody's perfect but I did rate the performance 4/5 stars. Overall, Nobbs did well.

    Other than that, great book. It almost didn't feel like I was reading something from the self help section!

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    • Dr A
    • 14/09/2013

    Smart, but painfully verbose

    The author’s advice on marketing makes sense, but I found his audiobook a stressful listen, as his endless stories, spelled out in a host petty details really distracted from the message. It would have benefited from a much tighter re-write.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 29/03/2017

    Unerträglicher Sprecher

    Der Sprecher scheint an einem Wettbewerb teilzunehmen, bei dem es darum geht, wer am schnellsten lesen kann. Er lässt dem Zuhörer keine Chance, dem Inhalt zu folgen, well er schon bei immer bei dem nächsten, oder übernächsten Satz ist. Das hat mich extrem nervös gemacht und so stark vom Inhalt abgelenkt, dass ich es nach zwei Kapiteln aufgegeben habe. Freiwillig höre ich keine Minute weiter. Schade, denn der Inhalt hätte mich wirklich interessiert. Bleibt die Frage, ob bei Audible eigentlich keiner überprüft, ob die Aufnahme irgendwelchen Qualitätskriterien entspricht. Ein Hörbuchverlag, dessen Geschäftsmodell darauf beruht, dass es Bücher hörbar macht, kriegt genau das nicht hin. Bedauerlich. Konsequenz: Hörproben vor dem Kauf anhören. Ein schlechter Sprecher kann jedes Buch ruinieren!

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    • AnnyThing
    • 20/07/2021

    catches on

    I actually got the physical book from a friend but was too lazy to read. that's why I bought is as an audible book.

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    • Tim E.
    • 14/06/2020

    Verallgemeinert

    Das Buch ist sehr allgemein gehalten. Daher sagte es mir nicht zu und ich würde es nicht weiterempfehlen.

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    • constantin büker
    • 07/02/2020

    know all about going viral!

    Jonah Berger developed a high interest in why certain things catch on. With this book, he takes the reader/listener on a journey to learn the different dimensions (in short: STEPPS, google it!), how he uncovered it and what great/fun examples of content are out there

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 19/04/2019

    Inspirierende Ideen für Marketer

    Hier steckt so viel Wissen drinnen, dass ich es kaum erwarten kann, alle sechs Prinzipien auszuprobieren. Contagious regt zum Neudenken im Marketing an und bringt inspirierende Beispiele aus der Praxis. Vollste Empfehlung!