Consumption Behavior - Explained
What is Consumption Behavior?
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What is Consumption Behavior or Buying Behavior?
Consumption behavior, also know as Buying Behavior, is how participants in the market respond or react to marketing efforts. It primarily concerns people’s buying attitudes and intentions.
Marketers employ the following tools to identify, predict, and understand Consumption Behavior:
- Market Research
- Focus Groups
- Market Sampling and Testing
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