The conversation economy, part 2: there is no conversation economy

I was wrong. As it turns out, conversations are just another kind of experience. I will now be using the term “experience economy”.

I like it better.


Joseph Pine on what consumers want | Video on TED.com.

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  1. Posted November 18, 2009 at 21:45 | Permalink

    The link between conversation and experience is that they both indicate the shift that companies are making into a more human/social way of doing business. Talking to their customer (b2c) as just as a real person would talk to another person (c2c).

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