Which of the following is not one of the pitfalls or mistakes associated with pursuing a

Which of the following is not one of the pitfalls or mistakes associated with pursuing a differentiation strategy? A)Overspending on efforts to differentiate the company’s product offering and then discovering that buyers are unwilling to pay a sufficient price premium to cover the added costs of differentiation, thus ending up with unacceptably small profit margins (or even losses) B)Trying to strongly differentiate the company’s product from those of rivals rather than be content with weak product differentiation C)Being timid and not striving to open up meaningful gaps in quality or service or performance features versus the products of rivals D)Striving to differentiate on features or attributes that rivals can easily and quickly copy E)Charging too high a price premium for the differentiating features