Faster Innovation: Ranking and selecting the best potential product concepts, brand name, packaging, logo, etc
Concept tests can quickly distinguish bad ideas from great ones by providing a clear ranking of your concepts. This allows you to focus exclusively on higher ranked ideas, increasing the potential success of your product. Use concept testing to further identify the strengths and weaknesses of your top-ranking ideas and take them to the highest potential.
Monadic testing isolates concepts to maximise response quality and consumer preference towards individual products.
Test your ideas on consumer appeal to unravel likes and dislikes
Concept tests gather detailed feedback about consumers’ likes and dislikes about your product idea. This information is vital for adjusting your concept to suit your target audience and avoid costly changes post-launch.
Identifying your audience’s wants and needs also helps you create effective strategies for positioning and marketing similar products in the future.
Determining the optimal pricing point for new products, forecast demand and commercial potential
Effective pricing is the key to a product’s profitability. Regardless of how well your target audience reacts to your product idea, the wrong price can prove disastrous to actual sales once it hits the market.
Finding out how much your audience is willing to pay for your product pre-launch is much easier and cheaper than adjusting the price of an existing product. Forecast demand and create revenue projections by testing how your audience’s acceptance of your new product’s pricing.
Pick product features and benefits for ultimate packaging designUsing initial audience feedback will help you design appealing packaging. You can find out which keywords consumers associate with your visuals and adapt your marketing strategy accordingly. Pinpoint which features consumers value most to create packaging that resonates with your target audience. Test several different packaging options to see which works best for your product.
Test new target markets and reach out to new segmentsYou may have more potential buyers than you think but have not uncovered all potential segments. Expand your customer base with new segments and optimise your messaging channels to deliver personalised messages.
Conjoint.ly helped select features for a new credit card offering
Time to insight: 10 hoursDownload case study
Bank Co is a major consumer bank in the US. Given a recent shake-up in competitors’ offerings, Bank Co is considering launching a new credit card boasting travel benefits to attract young professionals who lead a mobile lifestyle and travel for work.
As part of strategy review, the insights team identified the need to check how important membership in lounges would be as part of the credit card package for the target market.
Bank Co performed Generic Conjoint, which included 5 reward features and 4 levels of potential annual fees.
- Generic Conjoint confirmed lounge membership to be the most important feature for a credit card offering. Consumers were willing to pay up to ~$250 annual fee for it.
- The study provided agile and actionable insights to help Bank Co understand the value of lounge membership before investing in a partnership with the airline companies.
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