Most people aren’t exclusively loyal.

Most people aren’t devoted to a single brand and are very happy to buy regularly from a range of brands.

They have their loyalties. But they are polygamously loyal.

And this is reflected in buying patterns – brands share their customers with other brands, and they do so roughly in line with their market shares.

The Participation Paradox by Martin Weigel

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