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What Market Research Will Tell You
What can you learn from having conducting effective market research? Know your
customers - Market research will help you better understand your customers in
a number of ways including demographic information such as their age, gender
and geographic spread. The better you know your customer the easier it to target
your marketing and fine tune your product or service.
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