Consumers Believe They're Eager to Pay More for Do-Gooder ProductsBy
Even the most earnest social-responsibility efforts are often tied deeply to corporate marketing goals, a long-standing link that appears to be growing stronger. Research by Nielsen has found that consumers are attracted to such initiatives and are even willing to pay additional money to satisfy do-gooder instincts. For companies, it seems that doing good is an increasingly viable sales strategy.
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