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A Longitudinal Analysis of Customer Satisfaction and Share of Wallet : Investigating The Moderating Effect of Customer Characteristics
Keiningham, Timothy L.
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Journal of Marketing (EBSCO) vol. 71 no. 1 (Jan. 2007)
share of wallet
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Customer loyalty is an important strategic objective for all managers. Research has investigated the relationship between customer satisfaction and loyalty in various contexts. However, these predominantly cross - sectional studies have focused on customer retention as the primary measure of loyalty. There has been little investigation into the impact on share of wallet. Using data from the canadian banking industry, this research aims to : 1. provide the first longitudinal examination of the impact of changes in customer satisfaction on changes in share of wallet and 2. determine the moderating effects of customer age, income, education, expertise and length of relationship. Data from 4319 households using 12,249 observations over a five - yearperiod indicate a positive relationship between changes in satisfaction and share of wallet. In particular, the initial satisfaction level and the conditional percentile of change in satisfaction significantly correspond to changes in share of wallet. Two variables, income and length of the relationship, negatively moderate this relationship. Other demographic and situational characteristics have no impact.
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