Marketers who design products, services, and ads need to know which features or elements customers prefer–which positioning is most effective, which price is optimal, and which features must be included.
A new and powerful methodology, called MaxDiff, can help answer this question. In this paper you will find out:
- How other methods compare with MaxDiff
- When and where to use MaxDiff
- How you can use MaxDiff to rank highly diverse features and attributes from most preferred to least preferred
- How to develop output that is easy to interpret
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