Consumers hold opposing beliefs on the same product

Companies that implement everyday low-pricing strategies may alienate consumers if they come to believe low prices equal low quality.

Consumers rarely had complete information and often held two opposing beliefs about a product, a new study from the Journal of Consumer Research has found.

Most consumers simultaneously believe that low prices mean good value and that low prices mean low quality.

Read more at The University of Chicago Press

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