Marketing segmentation is considered as one of the main elements of marketing, and one that is significant and appropriate to the Internet Technology and Glasses industries. Yet, with literature reviews, there are few studies of segmentation evident, and the segmentation of consumers markets for Google Glass is an issue to be addressed. Indeed, this has only becoming relevant lately with changes in the technology environment. This report is presenting the finding of a segmentation study into the market for Google Glass in Australia, the market that is still at a relatively stage in its development. The study utilise lifestyle group and occupations segmentations, which are often referred to the most significant form of segmentation, and identifies four different market segments.
The recommendations for the Google Glass are as follows:
A website is a useful tool as it is a tool where consumers can easily access information about the products. For Google Glass, an excellent idea would be to hold a lucky draw or discount for the next purchase of the Google Glass.
Virtual store is also convenient for buyers as well. Google Glass should have an online virtual store in order to increase sales.
Google Glass should find a way to make the product look different among other products. For instance, Google Glass could sell with an engrave letter beside the glasses. It looks cool and buyers can have the glasses individually. This will not only attract buyers and also consumers feel that getting something extra.
To make Google Glass attract the consumers, the display the Google Glass is on the shelf is important. It has to be appealing and able to catch buyers’ eyes. The colour of the Google Glass must be stand out and customers will look at it.
Table of Contents
Executive Summary 1
Table of Contents 2
1.0 Introduction 3
1.2 Aim 3
1.3 Scope 3
2.0 Background Information 3
3.0 Literature Reviews 4
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