A common misconception is that Users and Buyers are one in the same, which can lead to the creation products developed only for Users. However, this is often not the case. For example, products paid for by parents or employers can be primarily used by a child or employee. It’s important to identify this differentiation and build product concepts that appeal to both Users, those interacting with the product, and Buyers, those paying for the product.

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