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|English to Spanish translations [PRO]|
Marketing - Marketing / Market Research
|English term or phrase: Buyer vs Shopper|
|They appear in a product segmentation graphic as two different categories of Selection Behavior. I need to know which is the exact difference between both terms. Tks!|
Lo que más suele utilizarse en encuestas:
consumidor habitual - consumidor ocasional
comprador habitual - comprador ocasional
usuario habitual - usuario ocasional
cliente habitual - cliente ocasional
Según se trate de un producto, servicio, etc.
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|buyer vs shopper |
A buyer is someone who makes a purchase; "comprador". A shopper is someone who visits a business, and may or may not make a purchase; hence "cliente".
Local time: 20:46
Native speaker of: English
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