Marketing Research Experts Boulder City NV

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MST Research Inc
(702) 433-4772
1800 Tiger Creek
Henderson, NV
Las Vegas Sports Central
(702) 496-4420
2756 N Green Valley Pkwy
Henderson, NV
Trade Show Management Services
(319) 856-4787
3230 East Flamingo Rd Ste 8
Las Vegas, NV
Steven Flans & Associates, Inc
(702) 987-4857
2230 Bensley
Henderson, NV
GJB Enterprises, Inc.
(702) 614-4884
28 Candlewyck
Henderson, NV
Christie Marketing
(702) 575-2493
2015 Trailside Village
Henderson, NV
Osborn Marketing Specialists
(702) 735-2451
71 Oakmarsh
Henderson, NV
Marketing Results Nevada Corporation
(702) 361-3850
2900 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy
Henderson, NV
Imagine Marketing of Nevada, Inc.
(702) 837-8996
11500 S Eastern Ave Ste 250
Henderson, NV
Red Carpet Marketing, LLC
(702) 994-7282
3230 E Flamingo Rd Ste
Las Vegas, NV

What Drives Consumers to Buy?


Category drivers are predictive of how consumers will behave in a given category. These drivers have shifted this year, and all brand-related characteristics are making larger contributions to the consumer engagement and loyalty process, specifically in the areas where consumers expect the most in the category.

Category drivers, and the attributes, benefits, and values that make them up, including brand-related values, are critical to a marketers understanding of product and service engagement and getting it right when dealing with consumers.

Properly configured, category drivers will tell you far more than who a consumer is, which is the marketing research typical (demographic and attitudinal) point-of-view. They tell you what you really need to know: how consumers will behave in the marketplace, and most importantly, what will get them to behave more positively toward your offering versus your competitors. This only matters, of course, if you’re keeping score by counting your sales and profits, and not merely tracking awareness levels.

At a time when brands are struggling to differentiate from their competition and to find ways to profitably engage their customers, the changes this year serve as a bellwether for marketers. It will be the products and services that answer with a truly consumer-centric view of their category being a real brand based on predictive loyalty metrics, that stand to gain the most, and establish themselves as this decades bra...

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