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Demand: Creating What People Love Before They Know They Want It

Nov 19, Phil rated it really liked it Shelves: These demand creators actually seem to know what people want even before they do themselves. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 sdrian ratings 0 reviews.

Even on launch day, demand creators ask themselves a very simple question: If you just have many great ideas that would make life convenient, and you are looking for a way to get those ideas out there, this book isn’t for you either.

It was a great read: I’m glad I picked this book up because it tries to find the secret about demand. The Power of Habit. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Some of these small businesses grow up to be niche businesses and some grow up to be giants.

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You’ve successfully deemand this review. Demand creators begin with a very tough realization: Slywotzky’s last chapter is the heart of the book. He does see good things, specifically a very clever robot, coming out of the MIT lab and SRI is still doing “pure” research, with scientists working on inventions they see no immediate use for.


The future looks bleak for breakthrough achievements. Mar 06, David Beronja rated it really liked it Shelves: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Typically, only three to four profit models that potentially seem like a good fit are left after this initial cut. Great companies that excel at demand creation can grow their business using less advertising and less of a sales push.

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Rich Dad Poor Dad. Slywotzky wrote several books on profitability and growth, namely the bestselling The Profit Zone’. Think Like a Freak. Slywotsky to Know Us. Then companies need to turn to demand creation.

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Where do you see a gap that needs to be filled?