For the most part a van Westendorp Price Sensitivity Analysis (PSA) is a useful technique to gauge price expectations and optimal price points. This is based on an in-depth analysis of price and value ratings obtained from consumers. The key data is analysed from questions that ask respondents about what price is considered to be too high or low for a product or service.
Pricing is highly active and is constantly changing based on market conditions and what the industry competitors are doing. The market needs to be constantly monitored and price must be adjusted accordingly. Keeping track of the customer is always important and determination of where the product or service targets a high or low end consumer is key. It’s all about setting the right price based on the audience perceptions of the most enticing price.
For most market demand studies consumers can forecast the extent to which they will purchase in the product category, specific brands or even a specific product line. The ability of consumers to accurately forecast future purchase decisions depends on factors such as:
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