psychographic segmentation

psychographic segmentation

grouping people according to their lifestyle and personality characteristics. See MARKET SEGMENTATION.
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TargetSpot advertisers can target consumers by demographics, listening preferences, psychographic segmentation, and geography down to postcode level, while benefitting from real-time reporting and analytics, as well as access to its more than 85 content partners.
The presenters, Steve Longley, CEO of Philadelphia-based TPG Direct, and Brent Walker, VP and CMO of C2B Solutions, in Mason, Ohio, say the advantage of psychographic segmentation is that its results are more effective in resonating with a consumer's motivations and unspoken needs than traditional ways of segmenting consumers, like demographics, deliver.
Psychographic segmentation is an effective way to segment markets (Urbonavicius & Kasnauskiene, 2005).
Psychographic segmentation variables that come into play when we speak of psychographic segmentation are primarily psychological in nature.
Psychographic segmentation comprises opinions, activities, interests, attitudes, and values.
type 1 or 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome) or a demographic or psychographic segmentation, the message must be targeted, clear and compelling.
Their refusal to fit neatly into historically defined behavioral boxes has led many analysts to turn to psychographic segmentation in order to better understand Linda's generation and the generations that immediately precede and follow it.
In literature that deals with this subject matter, the general opinion is that application of some standard methods of demographic and psychographic segmentation (Kotler et al.
Life style segmentation is also known as psychographic segmentation.
Front Runner is now in the process of determining this constituency's technographic profile--a relatively new way of segmenting your customer base, akin to demographic or psychographic segmentation but focusing on technology behaviors.