What Your Shopping Personality Says About You: What's Your Type
Measuring personality is a very old practice, and there are a number of ways, with the help of which someone can know their personality. Few go with a scientific approach and visit a psychologist and some belief in the astrologer. Well, it’s a very personal choice and believes, and both the ways can give you fruit full insights. But, reading a shopper's personality is a very vast and deep area. Two shoppers can have the same interest but still will buy different products, which means that counting one attribute won’t be enough to judge someone's shopping behavior and buying approach.
The loyal shopper is someone, who’s will bring them to the same brand or same marketplace again and again, and it is mostly the result of positive customer experience, customer satisfaction, or if a customer sees extreme value to the purchase.
If your agenda while shopping is like I see it, I like it, I got it, you’re having a explorer shopper personalty. Explorers are always in search of new trending things to try and explore. They are curious, intense, energetic, and impulsive. They don’t fear trying new things in life and are very adaptable and optimistic.
3. Quality Seeker
Quality seekers are really not interested in the price of the product/service and are ready to pay more to get the best possible product/service. But, that doesn't mean it’s easy to sell them. They do a commendable amount of research and need proof of quality, such as reviews and ratings. They are the value seekers and decide the fair price, once compared to all the competitor's products and services.
4. Walking Encyclopedia
Walking Encyclopedia tends to be very confident, which can be seen in their behavior. Dealing with people like this, who has done a lot of research and already knows much basic information, is not tough, but, one needs to provide some deep and relevant facts and information regarding the products/services. They tend to make opinions very quickly, and which are hard to change. Their perspective can not be changed until they are provided with logic and pieces of evidence.
The toddler is the one who will ask you a bunch of questions and will ask more until they will feel that they know everything about the product/service. They can be a bit irritative and won’t buy anything immediately. But, a bit patient can be helpful to build a long term relation with them and make them cheerful.
6. Yes Person
Yes, persons are the ones, who agree with everything and anything. They are introverted people and feel shy, uncomfortable, and even anxious. It may be easy to sell them anything, and one can sell them at a higher price also, but then they will never return to that business and will also make a negative word of mouth, which is not good for long term business goals. Dealing with Yes persons could be the toughest and one needs a lot of time to understand, what exactly the customer wants. They are not able to speak openly and need more deep understanding by the seller.
Buddies like to build relationships with the seller. They tend to build a long term relationship, in the thought, that they will get some good opportunities and the best price. They need advice on shopping for anything and can be proved as the best loyal customers.
Negotiators are the ones, who are always up for bargaining, even if they re getting a product/service at a very attractive and fair price. They are always looking for a better deal, and do a lot of research in terms of price. Alone price can be the main thing which could matter in the whole buying process.
9. Deals Looker
Deals looker are who always plans to buy when they find a deal or offer. They are always looking for coupons and offers on different websites and in the retail store. It’s very hard to sell them on MRP, and they always ask for a discount and offer while buying anything. They see value only when they are not paying the full price of the product/service.