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Given Grace's recent online shopping behavior, is buying a toaster still a lowinvolvement process for her or has her increased information search turned this

 

decision into an extended problem-solving situation?

 

As per the given case study, Grace is fully satisfied with the given online products

 

information. She preferred online shopping only when she looked many options, there were

 

number of collections, different types of brands, even allowed her to make preferable taste,

 

she could check as per her requirements and expected product as well. Toaster product, she

 

chosen because she found Dualit two-slice toaster and she loved this toaster and it was her

 

requirement. She also loved that she has got an offer of free shipping. She wants to visit

 

Google's and Epinions.com again and again because she thinks it has long list and she can

 

purchase a different number of products even she decided to check these sites regularly to see

 

what she was missing, Rudolph, Stacey (July 25, 2015).

 

She less preferred to use the low-involvement offline thoughts because she thought

 

people like; her friends and relatives couldn't give as many as choices as Google's list and

 

other online sites and their reviews are also broader than offline low-involvement and these

 

sites have also showed many choices as well as they have latest brands and considered hightechnology to show the list of brands, consumers can check number of different products,

 

there is no bound they can explore as much as they want, they are allowed to customize their

 

search, and they can get their products at home, and many more services which have

 

impressed Grace.

 

Therefore, Grace think that online preferences have increased her interest and she is

 

now more excited to purchase more products in future even if a consumer discovers a new

 

product category or wants to buy a product he does not know well and/or is particularly

 

expensive and/or which present a significant risk regarding his economical or psychological

 

point of view but internet has solved all such kind of problems for consumer. There is no 1 Topic

 

longer need for consumers to worry more because his ?experience? will get update once he

 

will try to search here and will give more decision-making criteria to make their choice like;

 

Grace has no preference for a brand or a specific product but the level of presentation and

 

approach to attract consumers has helped to increase her involvement and made it high. Now,

 

she is happy and would like to invest a lot of time looking for information and set online

 

benchmark to make her future product choices. It has also removed the level of uncertainty

 

and confusion about the choice of product and consumers reviews helped to select the

 

particular brand and has also removed long traditional purchase process. Hence, this is the

 

example of extended problem-solving situation, Peter, Paul J. and Olson, Jerry C. 2 Topic

 

Has the internet made it easier or harder for consumers to conduct an information

 

search during the consumer decision-making process? Explain your answer.

 

In can say, it?s true internet services and market has made it easy for consumers to get

 

high information and can make relevant decisions in favour of ourselves. Consumers are now

 

able to get all type of products information including different brands, choices, and reviews

 

as well. Consumers are able to check all the details about products including its each

 

specification and can match their requirements. Internet help them to get all the relevant

 

information on free-of-cost and now, they get all the information as per their search and can

 

make their own decision based on the information they get.

 

Internet has also considered to include relevant source of information so that people

 

can go to those sources and can check the details about product. Many sites provide

 

information about and don?t think to include fake information because they want their

 

customer back. Therefore, it has influenced decision-making process as well even Grace had

 

thought of looking for shopping information online before. She started loving all the

 

information she had get and she never assumed that she would get such kind of relevant

 

information online for her own small toaster purchasing decision but now, she was able to do

 

it. Her criteria has included to access the brands, the number of slices it could toast, the

 

prices, and even se was able to check the reviews for each type of toaster product and within

 

45 minutes she was able to order a product even before that she never checked anything

 

online but in 45 minutes she was able to learn and explore different kind of toaster products

 

and finally, ordered one. So, I can say, internet has made it easier for consumers to conduct an

 

information search during the consumer decision-making process, Peter, Paul J. and Olson,

 

Jerry C. 3 Topic

 

Are online consumers reviews a trustworthy source of information? Why or Why not?

 

What might motivate someone to write an online review for other read?

 

Internet offers sufficient amount of information for consumers to trust because many

 

internet sites are doing interaction with consumers using virtual system and they do love to

 

retain their consumers because they know they might convince a consumer for once using

 

fake information but not long-term. At the other end, consumers have been continuously

 

involved in searching legal sources and these legal resources are like; Google's site,

 

epninions.com, and many other consumer product selling websites which have consumer

 

traffic and consumer love to purchase products.

 

For instance, when Grace knew about Epinions.com and Google?s great list of

 

consumer directory information, she loved these sites and able to check these sites regularly

 

to see what she was missing. These sites has also included the number of consumer reviews

 

and it might be possible site is wrong but consumer would be correct as people don't like to

 

make dishonest comment until they haven?t experienced. Therefore, Internet offers both hightech and low involvement consumers with wealth of shopping information which can be

 

accessed easily and quickly and consumer less prefer to go for offline trust. For example;

 

Grace's motivation to search for information offline (via friends, salespeople or personal

 

observation in stores) remained very low, while her online behaviour showed a highly

 

motivated individual she was willing to search for and process information about her toaster

 

purchase.

 

The Internet changes this old equation of limited search option and less trustworthy

 

options even internet based sites are now like to assure consumer their information is correct

 

and relevant enough to make purchase and attracts and changed consumer behaviour. Search

 

engines and directories like; Google offer consumers in the limited and extended decision

 

making situations, a quick, cheap, efficient way to search through vast amounts of 4 Topic

 

information but in most, they do like to show relevant and trustworthy information as they

 

want to focus on consumer retention, Peter, Paul J. and Olson, Jerry C.

 

While sites like Epinions.com, offer specific consumer purchasing related

 

information, therefore, Internet is able to supply highly organised, relevant, and trustworthy

 

information to consumers. The old cost versus benefit analysis once applied to searching for

 

information has become less relevant in the Internet economy. For markets, and online sites,

 

it is important to understand consumers? requirements and the way they can attract consumers

 

like; to show latest statistics and trends, they should think to include more consumer reviews,

 

they should show consumer more recommendation which could help them to choose out of

 

many available options.

 

Most of the consumers do like to read reviews before making any purchase, they

 

prefer product purchase only after their pre-research on the product and it?s all reviews that

 

help them to increase the chances of particular purchase choice. Consumers like to spend

 

more than 30% of their time in looking into the excellent reviews while 72% says that

 

positive reviews make them trust on product and they may like to purchase the product.

 

Reliability factor work for 27%, expertise 21%, and professionalism attracts consumers 18%

 

while 80% above people don't like to purchase product if it has low and negative reviews. In

 

today?s online shopping, many sites like; Amazon offers to show many reviews and ratings to

 

consumers where they can check products detail and can allow themselves to make purchase.

 

Most of the e-commerce consider to include product brief specification and different side

 

poses of the product so that consumer can easily think that they should purchase this product

 

or not and can compare the product as well using many customized options. Hence,

 

information really matters to consumers? choice and most of the online purchase influence

 

through online sources of information which consumer like to consider for their final

 

decision, The Consumer Factor. 5 Topic References

 

The Consumer Factor. Available at: http://theconsumerfactor.com/en/3-decision-makingprocesses-purchasing-behavior-of-consumers/

 

Peter, Paul J. and Olson, Jerry C. CONSUMER BEHAVIOR & MARKETING STRATEGY.

 

Available at:

 

https://www.academia.edu/9901058/Consumer_Behavior_and_Marketing_Strategy

 

Rudolph, Stacey (July 25, 2015). The Impact of Online Reviews on Customers? Buying

 

Decisions [Infographic]. Available at:

 

http://www.business2community.com/infographics/impact-online-reviews-customersbuying-decisions-infographic-01280945#1u81Tj4V6Hu41ePV.97 6

 


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