Consumer insight is a flash of understanding on the part of a marketer regarding an unidentified or unmet need in the marketplace, or a new/better way to satisfy an existing need.
It is NOT about a product or service, as Mike suggests. It's about a consumer need that isn't being met as well as it could be. The marketer's challenge, having recognized the insight, is to find a way to capitalize on the thinking that identified the need. That could lead to a product or service, of course, but the insight is independent of the solution.
The consumer insight is usually used for helping customers have an idea when they really don't know if a product is really good, or really bad. It's really useful.
Consumer buyer behavior is the process of understanding why consumers buy the products they purchase. Managers typically study consumer needs and pricing strategies for insight.
If you read consumer report magazine, you are employing this information-gathering strategy in your marketing plans. This will give you insight on the consumer demands in the market as well as the relevant trends that are being used for marketing purposes.
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The homophone for insight is incite.
incite is the homonym for insight
OR Insight was created in 1988.
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Insight in Italian is Intuito.
it's an insight you think personally
Insight is a noun.
There is no one adjective for insight. I would say "remarkable" would be a good adjective for insight.