A Practical Managerial Approach
This type of marketing focuses on an individual buyer’s behavior, which is influenced and shaped by many forces. Some of these forces are psychological – the instinctive need to feel safe and secure – and others are sociological – the pressure exerted by a peer group to conform. To provide a better understanding of why people behave and purchase the way they do, some of the more important influences of behavior will be discussed.
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