The groups of people a business aims to serve.
Customer attributes are used to define customer segments. Broadly, there are 4 categories that customer attributes fall into:
Demographic: Tangible/physical characteristics of people, such as ethnicity, religion, age, income, or education level.
Psychographic: Intangible characteristics of how people think, such as their culture, attitude, personality, motivations, and lifestyle.
Geographic: Where people are. Includes specifics like the city, state, and country, as well as geographic characteristics like “urban” or “coastal” regions.
Behavioral: Purchase and decision history of what people actually do.