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One test of whether marketing research should be done is (Points : 3) whether different outcomes will lead to different marketing actions. whether different outcomes will lead to the
unrelated marketing actions. using a jury of executive opinion to interpret the data. agreeing to take action only if the decision is unanimous. if top management has the final say on actions taken after research is completed.
whether different outcomes will lead to different marketing actions
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User: One test of whether marketing research should be done is (Points : 3) whether different outcomes will lead to different marketing actions. whether different outcomes will lead to the unrelated marketing actions. using a jury of executive opinion to interpret the data. agreeing to take action only if the decision is unanimous. if top management has the final say on actions taken after research is completed.

Weegy: whether different outcomes will lead to different marketing actions
latefisher|Points 3420|

User: A test market is an example of which type of marketing research?

User: A test market is an example of which type of marketing research? (Points : 3) descriptive explanatory exploratory causal concrete

Weegy: exploratory. An interview is an example of exploratory type of marketing research
migzptz|Points 7127|

User: Fisher-Price managers developed a(n) __________ for the Chatter Telephone that involved adding a noisemaker, wheels, and eyes to the basic telephone. (Points : 3) vision alternative hypothesis new-product concept opportunity





Weegy: They added a rotary dial for the Chatter telephone
Expert answered|innersource|Points 6869|

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Which of the following is NOT a criterion used in forming segments? (Points : 3) potential for increased profit similarity of needs of potential buyers within a segment competitive position potential of marketing action to reach a segment simplicity and cost of assigning potential buyers to segments
Weegy: Which of the following is NOT a criterion used in forming segments? competitive position . [ Competitive position is a reason for selecting a market, not for segmenting it.The five criteria to be used in forming segments include (1) potential for increased profit; (2)similarity of needs of potential buyers within a segment; (3) difference of needs of buyersamong segments; (4) potential of a marketing action to reach a segment; (5) simplicity andcost of assigning potential buyers to segments. ] (More)
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