The Influence of Framing Effects on Consumer Decision-Making on Online Platforms

Yiyang Hu, Yixuan Li


Focusing on online electronics sales and online travel service customization, the present research employed two experiments to examine the framing effects on consumer decision making in the context of internet marketing. Study1 showed that combined (vs. partitioned) pricing strategy can promote consumers’ purchase intention on e-commerce platforms. Study 2 demonstrated that downgrade (vs. upgrade) framing approach can lead to higher total sum price and less change on the default package in travel package customization settings. The results have significantly implications for marketing management in the context of internet marketing. 

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