1000 results for “Marketing Communications”.
What advertisers do as an integral part of their marketing communications strategies is create small or what are sometimes called "micro sites" and heavily populate them with keywords that the advertiser pays for advertisements on Google with. This marketing technique is called Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and the use of Google AdWords advertisements gives advertisers both organic and paid search advantages when a potential customer uses Google to find out what's new with their favorite driver or golfer. A prime example of an advertiser using this technique of creating a micro site, populating it with keywords and then relying both on Google AdWords in addition to organic search through Google itself is EA Sports. Using this marketing communications strategy on the Web, EA Sports' link comes up on Google before Nike, which is quite a feat given how much Nike invests in Tiger Woods' sponsorship. EA Sports also works with…
Kathleen a Farrell, Gordon V Karels, Kenneth W. Monfort, Christine a McClatchey. (2000). Celebrity performance and endorsement value: The case of Tiger Woods. Managerial Finance, 26(7), 1-15. Retrieved January 20, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Global database. (Document ID: 282778741).
Paul Ferriss (2005, September). Where sport meets business. Marketing, 110(29), 6. Retrieved January 19, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Global database. (Document ID: 899108651).
Kate Fitzgerald (2002, April). Buick rides the Tiger. Advertising Age, 73(15), 41. Retrieved January 21, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Global database. (Document ID: 114804557).
Lawrence Mitchell Garrison (2004, March). NASCAR's wide-reaching PR efforts achieve divine results. PRweek, 7(9), 24. Retrieved January 17, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry database. (Document ID: 582311281).
It is perfectly aligned with the message of the city and its reputation.
Marketing Communications Question
This approach to defining a price adjustment driven by the strength of the Canadian dollar is not as effective as concentrating on why Chrysler as a brand in general, and specific models in particular, are worth considering over competing brands and models. Only focusing on price tends to drive down the value of a brand and its vehicles over time and implies that cars are price-elastic. This is in fact certainly not the case, cars are definitely not elastic in their demand curves. They are much more price inelastic and therefore require more than just a focus on price to sell them. The advertisement needs to concentrate more on the value of the Chrysler car first, not pushing on price alone as demand will prove to be inelastic over time.
Marketing communications has expanded immeasurably in importance since the 1950s and a variety of concepts have been developed since then. Their function is to use promotional techniques to underpin and support brand identity and to move products and services forward into the hands of the paying consumer recipients.
My essay focuses on the following marketing communications concepts: "Marketing Mix and the 4P's of Marketing" and "Marketing Mix and the 4C's of Marketing). Marketing Mix: Marketing Mix is a marketing concept introduced by Neil H. Borden
, in his American marketing Association presidential address in 1953. It is an integrated set of marketing "tactics" to realize organizational objectives and create a closer higher relationship between companies and customers.
The selection of a target market leads the marketers to focus their activities towards profitability of the target segment. For this purpose they need to manipulate many variables. Such variables were named "Marketing…
Instead, it cultivates an edgy consumer image, and has asked cutting-edge designers to create exclusive clothing, makeup, and chocolate lines for the retailer that are not priced at extreme bargain rates, but have a reputation for quality at moderate prices. Bright colors, clean stores, and well-lit aisles are all characteristic of Target. Target is not simply an inexpensive place to shop, but a fun place to shop. Like Wal-Mart Target does focus on middle-income consumers with families. But its image also attracts higher-end consumers who wish to find bargains on clothing basics, as well as household items. Its image is of uniqueness and personalization, rather than simply of providing low-cost items.
If the economy continues to worsen, more and more of those high-income consumers looking to save a few pennies are likely to go fleeing to Target. Target has not had a chance to fully respond to the swift and…
The DKNY perfumes are divided into two segments, based on the consumer types they target -- perfumes for women and colognes for men. The main segment is represented by perfumes for women.
The main market targeted by Donna Karan New York is constituted by above the average income women.
The positioning strategy used by Donna Karan New York is a dual one. On the one hand, the DKNY perfumes are promoted as high quality, original perfumes. They have been created to enchant the senses of the buyers and they are sold at prices starting with $100 per bottle. On the other hand, Donna Karan has also strived to come close to the average American women and allow them to feel special by using a DKNY perfume. This has virtually translated into the creation of perfumes to be retailed at more affordable prices.
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3.5. Communications Strategy
The company has developed and implemented an innovative communications strategy in order to attract more customers. Therefore, the company sells its tickets through cash machines, mobile phone networks, convenience stores, and movie rental shops (Sobie, 2006). The company has also organized a series of parties where customers are invited to learn about the company's products and services and to participate in a series of games and other activities.
4. Bowling Asia Airline Communications Plan
4.1. Context Analysis
Bowling Asia Airline intends to entry the low cost airlines market in Thailand. The characteristic of the market require financial entry barriers. In other words, the company needs substantial capital in organizing its activity. The financial crisis does not provide the ideal conditions for companies that want to enter this market.
Because of reduced incomes, customers that used to fly with low cost carriers on a regular basis have found…
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2. Low-Cost Airlines Hit by Recession and Fuel Price Escalation (2008). The Times. Retrieved November 6, 2010 from http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/columnists/article3662046.ece .
3. Ford, N. (2005). Low Cost Airlines Increase Market Share. African Business. Retrieved November 6, 2010 from http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa5327/is_315/ai_n29225741/ .
4. Does Low Cost Mean High Risk? (2007). The New York Times. Retrieved November 6, 2010 from http://www.nytimes.com /2007/12/23/travel/23prac.html?_r=1&ref=yourmoney.
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The LPMI concept is to povide peiodic inteviews and diagnostic testing fo students though to high school gaduation, and into college if they choose.
Beginning in the middle school yeas, many students begin to exhibit specific inteests, such as in the physical o biological sciences, liteatue, and foeign languages, and/o to exhibit specific talents and abilities, such as in public speaking, witing, o dawing maps. In addition to specific aeas of inteest, students also begin to exhibit cetain innate talents and abilities that ae substantially genetically detemined. The LPMI pogam uses skilled social scientists and educatos to help identify all of the most likely ways of applying students' natual talents to the widest ange of conceivable futue academic and vocational applications capable of being facilitated academically.
Futhemoe, the genetic testing component is capable of identifying potential aeas of conflict between academic inteests and natual ability.
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references that LPMI has synthesized into a complex predictive matrix. The LPMI program combines the analyzed results of the student interviews, diagnostic testing, and genetic screening and applies formulae based on those parameters to an equally complex field of all possible academic avenues leading to future academic success and vocational direction that will likely maximize the life potential of students to achieve the most satisfying career and life possible.
Need for an Integrated Marketing Communications Program: The LPMI program needs an integrated marketing program to create awareness and build positive images of the concept, and to generate interest and patronage among its target demographic. Focus group studies and research commissioned during LPMI program development demonstrated that the Army Special Forces experiment that gave rise to the concept is, coincidentally, the optimal marketing tool. That is particularly true because the United States Department of Defense (DoD) has supported and contributed to the funding of the program ever since the demonstration conducted for DoD authorities in Washington which proved that pinpointing academic and possible vocational talent and coordinating them with the other
Integrated Marketing Communications
Communication being an important element of organizations needs to be integrated in all areas of working so that the purpose, the goals, objectives, and the mission with which the organization is formed are achieved successfully. The concept of integrated marketing is applied everywhere in the world by almost more than half of the organizations. Out of which many are the renowned brands who precisely used their marketing communications to build this spot for themselves. The marketing communications require that all concepts of marketing communication come together to combine as synergy and perform one unified function for building the brand. Integrated marketing communications has been a long gone concept used by the famous brands and the reason why not all brands are successful at implementing is that it takes a critical analytical approach to understand how the different communications combine together with what ratio to form a strong…
Carbasho, T. (2010). Nike. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Greenwood.
Hughes, G. (2007). Redefining the nature and format of the marketing communications mix. The Marketing Review, 45-57.
Lorsch, P.R. (1967). Differentiation and Integration in Complex Organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly, 1-47.
P.Cornelissen, J. (2001). Integrated marketing communications and the language of marketing department. International Journal ofAdvertising, 483-498.
BT's Marketing Communications
BT Group plc, doing business as BT (British Telecom), is one of the world's largest telecommunication services providers. It is the largest multinational telecommunication corporation in the United Kingdom. BT has business operations in more than 170 countries around the Globe and offers its services to all types of consumers; including households, small and medium enterprises, large business corporations, and public sector entities. Incorporated in 1980 (with Electric Telegraph Company, General Post Office, and Post Office Telecommunications as its predecessors), BT has become one of the largest, and the most innovative and competitive communication services provider in the world. It is headquartered in BT Centre, London, UK and operates with workforce strength of around 90,000 employees worldwide (BT PLC, 2013).
Products and Services:
The major products and services of the company include Phone services (Phone line & broadband packages, 08 & 09 numbers,…
Bloomberg, 2013, 05, 17. Pedestrian passes a Billboard Advertisement for BT Group News Photo. Available from [Accessed November 3rd, 2013].
Banham, M. 2013, 09, 30. BT Sport and 4G prompt hike in UK adspend prediction. Available from [Accessed November 3rd, 2013].
CONSUME PSYCHOLOGY & MAKETING COMMUNICATIONS
The three articles of focus for this paper come from reputable sources. One article comes from the International Honor Society in Psychology, from The Economist, and from a leading academic at the University of Southern California. Each article has insight into the nature of consumer psychology and its relationship to marketing communications, as they are distinct, yet closely related. As may be immediately inferred, consumer psychology consists of a constellation of psychological subtopics and concepts with respect to all aspects of consumer behavior. Consumers are people who purchase products. Consumer behavior is a complex and dynamic area which is of great concern and relevance to many professionals across fields, psychology notwithstanding. Consumer psychology on a very basic level is the study of relations between consumers and what they consume. Products are purchased and used. Consumer psychology studies patterns and processes in product and…
Friestad, M. (2012). What is Consumer Psychology? Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology. Web, Available from: http://www.psichi.org/pubs/articles/article_52.aspx. 2012 November 28.
No listed author. (2009). Consumer Psychology. The Economist. Web, Available from: http://www.economist.com/node/13415207 . 2012 November 28.
Perner, Phd, L. (2012). Consumer Behavior: The Psychology of Marketing. Web, Available from: www.consumerpsychologist.com. 2012 November 28.
2. Ogilvy & Mather applied the concept of global brand marketing in order to create
Motorola's marketing campaign. The goals included reaching the younger target market by creating a sleeker, better-looking product range, and creating advertising communications to match this new image. As such, Motorola's communication image became one of trendy irreverence and quick-paced style.
1. Nudie's selection process for sales representatives compares well with the image of their product. It is one of fun and a passion for life. Sales representatives are required to communicate this sense of fun to potential customers. In this sense, they are required to translate their sense of energy in life into a passion for the Nudie product itself.
2. Sales promotion tools include placing the Nudie product in more than one location within stores that sell the product, displaying labels with the product emblem in prominent public places, and displaying the Nudie…
Marketing Communication Programme for the New Product
"The Body Shop" offers a wide range of naturally inspired cosmetics and toiletry products. The brand, originally created in the United Kingdom, distributes its products and expresses its values through a large multi-channel network of exclusive retail shops (1,088 company owned and 1,517 franchisees) in more than 60 countries, as well as through home and online sales. The purpose of this report is developing an international marketing plan for a new product; a special shampoo which mitigates the hair loss problem of people, particularly for men, to be added to the range for international market in Asia for the Body Shop.
An international marketing plan including an analysis of marketing potential and target segment of the new product, a marketing communication programme for the new product is indicated in this report.
This report also provides a SWOT analysis for The Body Shop and…
The supermarkets did not have to deal with refrigeration issues as whole milk came in powder form from foreign firms. However with the appearance of Almarai in 1970s, things changed drastically and fresh cow milk along with laban became very popular products in Saudi Arabia.
For deeper market penetration, effective marketing initiative was required and that came in the form of wide media advertising campaigns along with good packaging designs that changed the perception and moved people to purchase fresh products. The campaigns were so successful that they can be compared to any high profile brand campaign internationally. First of all the word Almarai meant green pastures and this was presented in visually aesthetic form on both advertisements as well as on the package designs. It was very appealing and conveyed the idea of fresh milk effectively and the sales of fresh packaged milk rose substantially in Saudi Arabia with…
"About Almarai Company" Available online http://apa_dtp.tripod.com/almarai.htm#Sales & Marketing
"Saudi Arabia Dairy Industry" Available from http://www.agrisouk.com/industrie/lait/saudidairy.htm
Al Safi Foods. The World's Largest in Integrated Dairy
Farm. http://www.alsafi.com .
Marketing Communication for Subway Restaurant
Marketing for any product or any service depends on the inherent reasons for the demand of that product or service. Thus the relative importance of different aspects is not the same for the marketing of different products or services. A restaurant is a place all of us go for a meal, bit, in our own minds, the rationale for going to different types or classes of restaurants are different. This determines the people who will go to that particular restaurant and what is the level of prices that he expects to pay. Some high class restaurants may get a crowd who just want to be seen there to improve their social status. ut, subway restaurants are for the hoi polloi.
A product for the general public is viewed in marketing terms more as a sales exercise than a publicity exercise. (uttle, 1996) Marketing is generally…
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Scholtes, Peter, R. (1988). The Team Handbook: How to use Teams to Improve Quality. Madison, WI: Joiner Associates, Inc.
International Marketing Communication Perspective
There are challenges that face organizations, which engage in global marketing. This form of cross border marketing involves diversity cultural backgrounds. It is pertinent to note that each country has distinctive needs relating to producing goods for them. International marketing requires a comprehensive understanding of the needs of each target market. This study provides a comprehensive review of the differences and similarities that exist between the marketing needs of UAE and Indonesia (Govers, 2009).
The aim of marketing communication is to convey the accurate information to the targeted group of people. In Indonesia and UAE, the populations are largely Muslim. The right choices to be made as a marketer have to be made to ensure any message delivered to the people is helpful to the brand being marketed. These require a communication strategy when addressing the target market. A communication strategy will help in…
Amant, K., & Kelsey, S. 2012. Computer-Mediated Communication across Cultures:
International Interactions in Online Environments. Hershey, PA: Information Science
Cohen, W.A. 2006, The Marketing Plan (5th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: J. Wiley & Sons.
Understanding the characteristics of the target market is a crucial step in developing the branding and marketing plan. This basically involves segmenting consumers. Consumers can be segmented based on their demographic, geographic, behavioral, and psychographic characteristics (Lamb, Hair & McDaniel, 2009). For the automobile industry, consumers can be segmented as follows.
Individuals, male and female, families, middle- to high income, businesses, and professionals
First-time buyers, repeat buyers, seeking functional benefits, with family needs, seeking social status benefits, seeking quality cars, seeking off-road capabilities.
Enthusiastic about cars
As per the table above, the target market is broad. It encompasses middle- to high-income individuals and families as well as professionals and business in the US seeking to buy a car for mobility, status, and/or off-road usage. With an understanding of the market segments, the marketing mix and other elements of the marketing…
It is highly important for marketing and communication specialists to be able to ascertain which media channels are the most effective for communicating with potential customers. To that end, Peter Danaher and John Rossiter's journal article, Comparing perceptions of marketing communication channels, should be read with extreme interest, as the author's undertook a fairly lengthy, well researched study project to compare a range of attributes for both traditional media as well as for emergent, technology-based media, which are vying for modern consumers' attention (Danaher & Rossiter, 2009). Additionally, the study determined whether traditional or emergent media was more effective in engaging customers, and whether or not senders of advertising information had accurate perceptions about the receivers' thoughts on the communication channels used to convey their advertising messages. A number of valuable findings were uncovered during the research, which revealed that despite the near ubiquity of emails and text…
Barwise, T.P. And Strong, C. (2002), "Permission-based mobile advertising," Journal of Interactive Marketing, Vol. 16, Winter, pp. 14-24.
Chandon, P., Morwitz, V.G. And Reinartz, W.J. (2005), "Do intentions really predict behavior? self-generated validity effects in survey research," Journal of Marketing, Vol. 29, April, pp. 1-14.
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Target's Strength in Branding Strategies Continue
As Target continually refines its branding strategy to set high expectations for shopping visits and then fulfills them through exceptional operational execution and having the right product in the right place at the right time, the company's future branding strategies will further differentiate them from discounter Wal-Mart. First, Target will continue to underscore its uniqueness with a Go International campaign features English designer Alice Temperley, known for her highly feminine designs, and also the development of an entirely new line of jewelry from well-known os Angeles-based designer Dominque Cohen (Heller, 2006). These strategies and comparable ones to them are meant to continually reinforce the unique value proposition of the store chain and deliver more value than customers expect, further earning greater levels of loyalty over the long-term.
James C. Anderson, James a Narus, Wouter van Rossum. (2006). Customer Value Propositions in Business Markets.…
Laura Heller (2006, April). HOW the HOUSE of MASS FASHION ALWAYS STAYS a STEP AHEAD. DSN Retailing Today, 45(7), 25-26. Retrieved May 5, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Global database. (Document ID: 1029378821).
Hafedh Ibrahim, Faouzi Najjar. (2008). Assessing the effects of self-congruity, attitudes and customer satisfaction on customer behavioural intentions in retail environment. Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 26(2), 207-227. Retrieved May 6, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Global database. (Document ID: 1462824211).
Soo-Young Moon (2005). An Analysis of Global Retail Strategies: A Case of U.S. Based Retailers. Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, 7(1), 219-222. Retrieved May 7, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Global database. (Document ID: 850335101).
Print ads brochures popular forms marketing communications billboards, banners signs overlooked. Briefly discuss advantages disadvantages billboards, banners signs. Question 2-5 Finding good sales reps a difficult time-consuming task.
Advantages and disadvantages of billboards, banners and signs
One advantage is that they usually attract attention since they are placed where they can be seen by many people. In most situations, whether the people like it or not, they will be forced to view the advertisement. This creates some impact of the advertisement Schmit & Kaiser, 2004()
The second advantage is that they can reach a larger population of people as a result of the advertisement being viewed by many people who regularly use the routes where the advertisement has been placed.
One disadvantage of using billboards, banners and signs is that it is extremely difficult to measure the effectiveness since even though they can reach a large audience, it does not…
Maxwell, S., Reed, G., Saker, J., & Story, V. (2005). The Two Faces of Playfulness: A New Tool to Select Potentially Successful Sales Reps. The Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, 25(3), 215-229.
Millar, C.C.J.M., & Choi, C.J. (2003). Advertising and Knowledge Intermediaries: Managing the Ethical Challenges of Intangibles. Journal of Business Ethics, 48(3), 267-277.
Raju, J., & Zhang, Z.J. (2005). Channel Coordination in the Presence of a Dominant Retailer. Marketing Science, 24(2), 254-262.
Schmit, T.M., & Kaiser, H.M. (2004). Decomposing the Variation in Generic Advertising Response over Time. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 86(1), 139-153.
Eight Steps of Effective Marketing Communication: The New Product Called Orange Clean
Recognizing the Target Audience
Determining the Communication Objectives
Planning the Message
Choosing Communication Channels
Launching the Marketing Communications Financial plan
Creating and Handling the Marketing Communications Mix
Determine the communications' results
Administer the integrated marketing Communication procedure.
Orange Clean. The company's major activity is to produce and sell inorganic household cleaners. The company functions in three different sections: Inorganic ingedients, and Others natural and organic chemicals. Orange clean is made up of the Inorganic Chemicals agents such as real peeled oranges and other natural flavors. The Fertilisers section comprises of natural and organic chemicals that have raw scent. The Others section are made up of speciality ingredients, which are all natural.
Today Orange Clean has a new assessment of communications as a communicating dialogue among the company and its clienteles that takes place all through the pre-selling, consuming,…
Andreasen, A., 2008. Marketing social change: Changing behavior to promote health, social development, and the environment.. San Francisco, CA:: Jossey-Bass.
Anon., 2016. Creating a Stakeholder. [Online]
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An important aspect of the marketing management plan relates to communication. Key internal stakeholders must be kept informed of the objectives of the marketing plan, progress, as well as any relevant updates as the implementation of the plan proceeds (Ferrell & Hartline, 2014). Effective engagement of internal stakeholders is crucial if the desired outcomes are to be achieved. When internal stakeholders are well informed of the marketing objectives, they are likely to be more committed to the initiative, hence increasing the success of the initiative. At HtW, internal stakeholders mainly include the board, the management, and members of staff. The board acts as the overall decision making organ of the organization. It formulates polices and the strategic direction of the organization and supervises the management. Communicating the marketing objectives and progress to the board would, therefore, be vital. The board requires such information for purposes of decision making on aspects…
Marketing Channels and Methods -- the New Svelte Shape of McDonald's
Objectives & Mission Statement
Although McDonald's latest advertising slogan, as proclaimed on its 2005 website, is "I'm lovin' it," (McDonald's Official ebsite, 2005), shareholders in the fast food company have not be equally enamored of its current stock performance and plummeting sales. (The Rogue Investor, 2005) Thus, the objectives of the new McDonald's marketing campaign must be to undo some of the economic and public relations damage done to the company by the negative press generated by the success of Morgan Spurlock's film 'Supersize Me.' Over the course of the year, McDonald's wishes to gain a greater percentage of the revenue of the current fast food market than its most prominent burger-oriented competitors endy's and Burger King. McDonald's also wishes to gain some of the type of positive media as generated by the sandwich chain Subway. The Subway Diet…
Bauman, Valerie. (11 Aug 2005) "People try to lose weight at McDonalds." AP Wire. Accessed on AOL on 22 Aug 2005 at http://aolsvc.news.aol.com/news/article.adp?id=20050811163009990002
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There are different approaches to pricing strategy. The pricing strategy should fit within the context of the overall marketing strategy. Among the different options for pricing strategy are revenue maximization, profit maximization, survival, skim pricing, and penetration pricing (NetMBA, 2010). There are also approaches such as cost-plus that take into account the company's cost structure but in a competitive marketplace it is more normal that the pricing strategy reflects what competitors are doing. For MegaWidget, the $10 price tag comes with a sales target of one million new units. The MegaWidget only costs $3 to produce, so the price is not based on the cost. It is based on penetration pricing strategy. Ten dollars is a threshold, one that consumes will notice more -- at ten dollars or less a consumer is willing to purchase the product on impulse. As a result of that, the MegaWidget should…
BEA. (2014). National income and product accounts. Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved November 28, 2014 from http://www.bea.gov/newsreleases/national/gdp/gdpnewsrelease.htm
Brookins, M. (2014). Tools used in market research. Houston Chronicle. Retrieved November 28, 2014 from http://smallbusiness.chron.com/tools-used-market-research-17205.html
MindTools. (2014). The marketing mix and the 4Ps of marketing. MindTools. Retrieved November 28, 2014 from http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newSTR_94.htm
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The internet has given marketers a great deal of flexibility of time and message, though it must be clear that contrary to the previous assumptions there are limits to advertising ability and revenue. The tool enters the individuals home, just as direct marketing does and often offers links to direct purchase of the product advertised. Television, also enters the consumers home, and offers product information and brand exposure. Radio is often a mode of marketing that is accessed in transit, where millions of people listen to the radio as they drive and remember products, services and events that they hear about on the radio. Word of mouth marketing is important as it provides a personal touch to the product or service as testimonial can be the key to product awareness and utilization. (Ryans, 1996, p. 63)
8. Old statistics with regard to advertising to sales ratios, 10 years ago being…
Geller, 2002, p. null03)
10. Foreign market growth is one of the biggest issues in business today and many even small and medium sized companies often direct resources toward finding and establishing foreign market locations in the increasingly global economy. There are several risks involved with entering a foreign market and at least three are, non-existent or low consumer demand for product, competition of local market and lastly legal and ethical issues that determine the market situation. Some demand situations are unknown until a service or product has been exposed to a foreign market, and historical consumer desires must be discovered before entrance, sometimes this is difficult as if a consumer is unaware of a product they do not know if they would buy it or use it, they may have historical and traditional desires to utilize existing market products and not care to try something new, in which case a risk would be great. Competition in local markets is often a risk that a foreign company must weigh as there are often similar products and services available on a local scale that have a market hold, without proper information and/or research a risk could be great for product not fitting in to an existing market, because local providers already serve the niche. Lastly, legal issues are often unknown to the foreign provider, as some communities are more or less controlled by government entities, through non-free market set ups. Without such information the foreign provider takes great risk in having his goods and/or services sanctioned, overtaxed, refused or even confiscated in a foreign market that is not freely active, as many across the globe are.
Bauer, 1963, p. ii)
2. What conclusions, if any, can we draw from the results?
There are numerous conclusions we can deduce from the campaign results. For one, teenagers are not influenced by celebrity endorsements as believed. This runs contrary to what the general public accepts as truth in regards to celebrity endorsement and its influence on teenage behavior. Both ads involving the celebrity did not fair as well as the ads with more real life implications. I believe an appropriate corollary then would be that teenagers are in fact immune to the ostentatious lifestyles of celebrities. Teenagers do not succumb to their banal attempts to impact their decisions in personal matters. In fact, it is this delusion of grandeur on the part of celebrities that causes the message to not seem genuine in the minds of teenagers. Equally as impressive, is the data concerning pragmatic and simple scenarios. Teenager resonate with adds the…
The primary marketing challenge at Flare Fragrances is to develop an appropriate and competitive marketing strategy for the new Savvy brand to be launched in 2009. The specific issues in this challenge include the question of whether to launch Savvy in the first place, whether to distribute it through conventional or through new channels, and whether to associate it with the Loveliest umbrella brand or to give it a separate identity.
The industry is experiencing a decline because of the economic crisis and sales at Flare Fragrances grew by only 2% in 2008 although overall performance was average given the economic challenges. Improving performance in the coming years will require a significant improvement in sales, either through existing or new products. Advertising expenditure is also a major question to be addressed. A major competitor, Aromatique, plans to introduce Dulcet, a product similar to Savvy for the same target…
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It was especially effective when evaluated for the specific demographic segmentation the organization was targeting. Young adult males were particularly inclined to watch the commercial, thanks to the buxom, bikini-clad beauty as the star. In addition, young adult females were more likely to relate to the star of commercial, more so than if they had cast a middle-aged housewife. Although these demographics were more likely to watch the commercial, such a small portion of the commercial was devoted to the actual message, it's difficult to determine the effectiveness on whether or not these viewers would take action, such as learning more about breast cancer or conducting monthly self breast exams, or other behaviors that would help with early detection of breast cancer, to ensure the likelihood of survival.
egarding the seven Ps of marketing, the Save the Boobs campaign was more effective than originally anticipated regarding the place of the…
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They handled the situations in case the way they did in order to improve customer experience and increase their loyalty.
This behavior is supported by Nordstrom's management that encourages its employees to exceed their job requirements when assisting customers. From this point-of-view, there are numerous differences between Nordstrom and most of its competitors. For example, Sears is one of the department stores that do not seem to pay that much attention to the quality of customer service. Sears' merger with Kmart was supposed to improve customer experience, but the numerous complaints from customers reveal a different situation. Customers complain about the modifications made within the stores, which confuse them, and make it difficult for them to identify the products they are interested in. Also, customers complain about the fact that the staff at Sears is not able to properly assist them.
3. The retailing mix used the company ensures the…
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n 1995, Mr. David Walsh acquired the Moorilla Estate in Hobart. By 2005, the business had incorporated iconic brands such as "The Source Restaurant" and "Moo Brew" as part the suite of offerings. By 2012, the range of product offerings will have expanded further to include the exclusive "Pavilion Apartments," greater wine making capacity, the avant-garde MONA FOMA festival, and the flagship MONA private art museum.
As a winery, Moorilla winery has one of the oldest vineyards in the state, and a new winery has just established on the Moorilla site. We produce cool-climate wines. The fruit is grown in our Tamar and Derwent Valley vineyards. t new winery focuses on a much smaller and very high quality output. t uses gravity-flow to make boutique, ultra-premium wines. And they use estate fruit that is grown in a sustainable manner, with organic and bio-dynamic techniques.…
Individual selling strategy normally entails the prevailing marketing communications. Marketing communications are normally the messages that deal with the prevailing purchaser -retailer exhibitions, promotions accompanied by the public relations. Marketing interactions that entails to the prevailing personal selling are categorized into dual classes namely the impersonal and personal (John, 2002, pp 56-87).
The impersonal entails the process of
Many companies struggle with consistency over time with their P. Finally, personal selling is a critical component of any integration marketing strategy. The advantages of personal selling are that companies have a chance to create personal relationships with customers and understand their unmet needs, greater trust is created through more effective communication, and the key messages of a company are more clearly communicated. The cons or negatives of personal selling include its costs, as it is very expensive to have a direct sales force in the field. Second, sales forces tend to turn over rapidly or churn which becomes problematic as new sales people need to be trained. Finally direct sales can easily turn into business development or lose focus on selling when a sales team is not held accountable for its quota.
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Constant reformation of the demand in the market leads to constant reformation of the marketing plans and design which in turn leads to constant revision of the organizational setup and structure.
As can be evidently seen from the definition of "Marketing" given above, the main aim of marketing is to bridge the customers and the producers so that the demands of the customers are met and the producers have the optimum opportunities to gain profits and thrive in competition. This is one of the main reasons why a very lucid trend of customer-focused organizational frameworks are coming more into view, the company owners have realized that the growing competition and choices available to the customers have made their demands more complex and strenuous and to keep up with the changing market demands, the market planning and the organizational structures need to be more and more flexible, efficient, observant and swift…
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As a result of huge growth, the company's management may lose focus of the scope of their business.
Miller Inc. has a highly centralized hierarchy of management and lacks the managerial backup to promote creativity amons the employees.
Single-sourcing which is the characteristic of Miller Inc. could be a recipe of disaster should the supplier fail. Contingency plans for supplies need to be considered.
The constrant production nature of the product leads to huge strains on personnel and machinery.
Product line and client base lack diversification.
While the small number of staff promotes camaraderie, unfortunately, it also impedes growth and development.
Miller Inc. is reactive rather than proactive in its marketing efforts. This is as a result of its heavy reliance on mass-media advertising for obtaining new business.
The current facilities of Miller Inc. are crowded thus there is little room for expansion of workforce or equipment.
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Marketing Plan -- Translator Connect Services
Marketing Plan -- Translator Connect
Marketing Plan for Translator Connect Services
This section outlines the marketing plan for Translator Connect Services. The plan consists of four components: Target market analysis, promotional strategies, marketing communications, and sales and marketing channels. The section below briefly describes the services and attributes of the translation services business.
Translator Connect Service Offering.
Translator Connect Service provides translation services to business, government officials, and travelers who must transact business in foreign lands. Translation services are offered to clients in two ways: Live translators may be accessed via a toll-free phone number in order to provide direct translation during the business transaction. The estimated translation accuracy for this option is 75%. Customers may also access translation services by using a phone application that instantly converts in-put voice to digital text which can be read aloud to the native speaker. This second…
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The American Snack Chip Manufacturing Corporation ("American Snack") has the mission of delivering the world from hunger, one chip at a time. The company will produce flavored snacks from its home in Queens. The company was founded by two women and some inherited commercial-grade equipment.
The branding strategy must be tied to the business model, it must be consistent and it must connect emotionally with the customer. The brand, American Snacks, is a statement of intent. Americans connect to all things American, and foreign markets understand that no country produces a wider variety -- and higher quality -- of snacks. The brand will be associated with classic snack products. Pricing will be premium to match the premium positioning of American Snacks. ith this premium pricing, the brand will be able to capture healthy margins not only in foreign markets, but also in the domestic market through premium retail…
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III. Media Strategy
The following are the key media objectives of the three dominant campaigns as defined in this plan. To successfully create an integrated marketing communications strategy that capitalizes on the unique strengths of each form of media, including the use of print, television, online and lickable advertising mediums. Here are the specific, quantified objectives of the media strategy:
To increase the unaided awareness of Godiva Chocolatier by 50% over the next 90 days as audited through interviews of the primary members of the target audience.
To attain both unaided and aided awareness of the next generation of Godiva Chocolates in the 20-35 age group.
To successfully coordinate and synchronize print, television, online and lickable media plans to maximize the number of impressions and levels of awareness on a both unaided and aided standpoint. To optimize the level of use of online advertising to order a lickable…
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Standad maketing follow-up pocesses will be used to detemine whethe each taget maket undestood the specific content and context of the maketing communications initiatives diected to them. Suveys will addess the extent to which the intended messages managed to communicate the intended messages effectively and whethe those audiences made puchasing decisions based on the claity and effectiveness of those messages.
Standad maketing follow-up pocesses will be used to detemine how well customes believe the sevice met thei specific needs and expectations pospectively. Suveys will addess the extent to which the sevices they puchased met thei expectations and povided the benefits pomised and desied. Those mechanisms will also be used to collect infomation petaining to any desied changes o pefeences of customes in connection with thei futue patonage. Sevice packages, picing, and maketing changes will eflect the analysis of those data.
Standad maketing follow-up pocesses will be used…
references of customers in connection with their future patronage. Service packages, pricing, and marketing changes will reflect the analysis of those data.
Standard marketing follow-up processes will be used to determine how well customers remembered the specific messages in marketing campaigns and how those messages may have contributed to their decisions. The same technique will be used to collect data from prospective customers who initially expressed interest or who requested information about the service but ultimately decided not to purchase the product. Those surveys will address the extent to which those decisions may have been functions of the failure of marketing initiatives to achieve the necessary retention to generate sales of services.
Standard marketing follow-up processes will be used to determine the extent to which specific elements of messages in marketing campaigns motivated their eventual decision to purchase the product and how those messages may have contributed to their decisions. The same technique will be used to collect data from prospective customers who initially expressed interest or who requested information about the service but ultimately decided not to purchase the product. Those surveys will address the extent to which those decisions may have been functions of the failure of marketing initiatives to inspire prospective customers to make follow-up inquiries or further consider purchasing the service.
It remains important, however, that the company does not violate any of the prevailing laws with respect to marketing. Laws concerning false advertising and intellectual property (especially trademark) violations must be paid due attention when developing the marketing strategy. At present, BCC seems to be well clear of any laws on these subjects, but they are worth acquiring knowledge of nevertheless.
Bathurst Carbon Cutters cannot reject the idea of marketing outright, for two reasons. The first is that the notion of marketing as destructive is false, especially given that the underlying theory of the business appears to be that convincing more Bathurst residents to utilize bicycles will ultimately benefit the environment. If this is the case, then the business is faced with an ethical dilemma should it proceed, not only because marketing activity is inevitable but because the name of the company conveys to the consumer the idea of…
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What Salesforce does is create microsites, Twitter accounts, Facebook fan pages and LinkedIn accounts for their events, so that potential attendees can learn about the events' details through the channels that best fit their needs (Bernoff, Li, 2008). Each of these online approaches Salesforce uses are also heavily supported by video and audio clips, and an entire range of digital content that can be downloaded and played anytime potential attendees choose to. All of these aspects of strategies are also measured using online analytics as well, which are critical for all event marketing and selling strategies (Schwartz, 2011).
Of the many marketing and selling strategies for events, three of the more effective ones based on research include promoting online events in real-time, marketing an event using the natural beauty or attractiveness of the venue, and marketing events with a celebrity or thought leader. All three have proven to be…
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The economic theory of advertising as information emphasizes the role of advertising in reducing the time consumers expend on search and hence their total (purchase price plus search) acquisition cost." (Silk, Klein and erndt, 2002)
Market forecasting is not an accurate science; and, the best models used are based on variables that the individual designing the model deems necessary. Marketing needs get more complicated as the number of markets and the variance within each market increase. The sensitivity to various factors can also help the marketing manager determine the soundness of the models proposed. udget and finance cost can then be provided to department heads of various teams and groups in the organization at different locations to help them set a target for achieving the goals of the organization.
Larger amounts of R & D. spending, shorter product life cycles, the race to market of new products, differences in cultures…
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In fulfilling these initiatives the delivering of exceptional value and knowledge to prospects and customers to attain the role of trusted advisor and earn lifetime customer loyalty is the ultimate measure of effective marketing." There is a strong emphasis on setting and exceeding the expectations of customers and also striving to deliver exceptional value both in terms of insights and intelligence as well. Above all this definition focuses on how to create trust and attain the role of trusted advisor with customers, regardless of the market orientation being B2B or B2C. The intent of this definition is to make sure all components or areas of a marketing strategy are working in conjunction with each other, synchronized to deliver exceptional results over time. In that way the focus of the marketing strategies is on internal process clarity and outward, to meeting and exceeding customers' expectations so trust can be created and…
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The captions read "2 Months Later" and, of course, to ensure that the copy was not untruthful, Viator added the advertised product to his regimen in-between the two photographs (Lightsey 2006).
Since the Tryptophan disaster of the 1980s, the Ephedra incidents, and then the steroid scandals among Olympic athletes and well-known American professional sports figures in the late 90s, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has increased regulation of health food products, such as by prohibiting the outright claims to treat or cure any human disease without classification of the product as a drug subject to lengthy clinical trials and proof of safety and efficacy (Halbert & Ingulli 2000).
As a result, all supplement products sold (legally) in health food stores now bear a statement ensuring that "This product is not intended to treat or cure any disease." The problem is, everything else on the label purposely contradicts that…
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This report is a detailed marketing plan for a new financial service company called Online Analyst, Inc. The company is a combination database management company that also specializes in the financial services markets. The company will offer a plethora of information, data and financial-based market services such as online real time market segment analysis, brokerage services and information 'black box' management for the data industries clients. This plan therefore serves as an evaluation and summary of the organization's marketing and business processing options. Online Analyst, Inc. will utilize this foundation document to design, implement and integrate the company's new series of business products and services into a viable consumer and sales blueprint.
On-Line Analyst, Inc. is an organization that takes advantage of existing market analysis…
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The direct selling strategy will be a website that will include a product configuration application. A distribution partner portal will also be created which gives distributors and dealers the ability to customize the Liberta Ultralight in quantity for their customers as well. The use of channel strategies to actively promote the use of mass customization as a product differentiator will also be accomplished through intensive dealer and channel training (Swiercz, Lydon, 388). Finally the use of an integrated Partner Relationship Management (PRM) system that will give channel partners the flexibility to provide resellers with support on a 24/7 basis will also be created. The intent is to create enough support for channel strategies so they can produce up to 60 -- 70% of overall revenue for the product line.
There are many different aspects of promotion that need to be included in the launch of the Liberta Ultralight.…
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Mass marketing is differentiated from target marketing, in that the target customer is pretty much everybody. A firm that has a target market will either have all of its sales, or a significant portion of them, in an specific identifiable group. Thus, the product should span across race, gender, age and geography. Such a product's target market would be better understood in terms of who doesn't buy it than who does. Wal-Mart would be a good example of a mass market retailer, based on their size, their geographic spread, the wide variety of products that they sell and the ubiquitous nature of many of those products -- many mass market retailers target very broad groups (Investopedia, 2015).
A mass market product, therefore, would be a product that broadly appeals. I will go with Charmin. The target market for Charmin is almost everybody. There are only a few groups that…
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In an online setting, owley suggests that marketers do not need to "speculate about customer needs" because they can use the Internet to download customer's buying profiles and enhance their customer service and product development strategies based on the information they receive from online reports. Further, the author suggests advertising can be more targeted because it is more easily tracked in an online setting vs. An offline setting. owley (2004) goes on to assert that the combination of online and offline services allows for more customization, and enables "mutual dependence" which in turn creates complex and diversified communities inclusive of customers and businesses. Organizations that utilize the Internet wholly, rather than partially, are more likely to become targets for innovation, research and development, which will only advance their goals in the short- and long-term (owley, 2004, p. 39).
There are theorists that study certain aspects of marketing, like advertising, but…
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Based on these assessments and the research competed the authors identify segmentation criteria for participants or consumers of cause-related sport marketing events. There are the fitness fanatics or "junkies" (Scott, Solomon, 2003), the "social butterflies" who attend to socialize and fulfill their need for affiliation. The authors also observe there are also the activists and survivors as well. The cathartic nature of the events for those who have survived or know of someone who survived is a powerful emotional experience, and one that bonds consumers together at these events (Scott, Solomon, 2003). The article concludes with closure of the research results and the development of recommendations for including cause-related marketing programs for participants as well.
Admirable in their pursuit of new insights into the motivations and segmentation of participants in cause-related sports events, the authors provide insights into this dynamic and its implications for marketing strategies. It is…
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The best marketing strategy will to coordinate efforts with all products that are spin offs of the movie. y creating a joint marketing strategy, all producers will benefit because all the products are really selling the same thing: the Transformer label. Consumers will not see each product as a separate entity but instead as part of the Transformer franchise. Thus, it is important to create a concise and coordinated marketing message. For example, if the movie is targeted towards adults but other products are targeted towards grade school kids, the marketing strategies will work against each other. Instead, the franchise as a whole needs to market the entire image towards a particular, targeted market. In this case it will be towards those individuals who grew up with, and are therefore familiar with, the Transformers. Namely, males between the ages of twenty-five and forty. This is also one the…
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For instance, they can include testimonials in written brochures and on their website. Some groups decide not to make public testimonials and only make them available on demand instead (Marketing Through Testimonials: Giving and Receiving, 2009).
Marketing materials that utilize testimonials usually in order gain more footing or notice when authorized by other individuals who do not get paid to support the company. The testimonials included in marketing materials can make a lot of visitors into paying customers. Testimonials ought to not only make possible customers understand that other customers have gladly bought from a company prior to, but they should also make possible customers feel totally safe and prepared to buy after reading a testimonial. Testimonials should subsist to both make customers feel secure and make clients ready to buy right away. Testimonials are a type of a social link between possible customers and existing clients (Things to Include…
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Only the strongest of marketing campaigns has this kind of resonance. There are certainly other characters that have strong brand associations and have entered into iconic status -- onald McDonald, Toucan Sam, the Geico gecko are all pretty good examples -- and they have done so with heavy repetition, strong appeal to consumers and the ability to instantly convey the same values as the brand. On that level, the Energizer bunny has had enduring appeal that seems like it will never run out of steam.
An interesting tidbit about the Energizer Bunny, is that the character was created in response to Duracell letting their trademark lapse on the Duracell bunny, a character that it still uses in other parts of the world. The Energizer bunny was just a spoof on the Duracell character, but resonated with consumers to a much higher degree, creating an instant marketing hit. The bunny has…
Garretson, J. & Burton, S. (2005). The role of spokescharacters as advertisement and package cues in integrated marketing communications. Journal of Marketing. Vol. 69 (2005) 118-132.
Parekh, R. & Neff, J. (2013). Energize shifts marketing duties for several brands to JWT from Grey. Advertising Age. Retrieved April 19, 2014 from http://adage.com/article/agency-news/energizer-shifts-brands-jwt-grey/243735/
The product is a service, the service of home repair. There are several elements to this service. These include consultation, repair and follow-up service. The service staff will be a team of professionals, working on contract to the company. They will all be experienced professionals in their fields (e.g. plumbers, electricians, handymen, etc.). The physical environment in which the service will be performed is at the customer site, as the repair work will be done to residential and commercial properties. The process is going to be different each time, but consists of the basic steps of consultation and estimate, work design, work, and post-work follow-up.
Distribution refers to how the service will be distributed. The function of a distribution channel is to provide a link between production and consumption (Tutor2U.net, 2011). In a service industry, the two are closely linked. The workers who will provide the repairs will do…
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(Harris & Dennis, 2002, p. 72) These human factors will be explored in more detail below.
2.3. Human Barriers
As is evident from the above discussion, while many of the barriers to e-marketing are technological and demographic in nature, what is also apparent from the literature on the subject is that there are many human barriers to these developments. Central to these human barriers is resistance to change. As one pundit states, there are a number of reasons why people may be unwilling to accept organizational and technological changes implicit in e-marketing; for example when their stability and security is threatened and "… Coping strategies and comfort zones are affected." (Harris & Dennis, 2002, p. 74) This can occur when new emerging technologies are introduced.
The growth of e-marketing methods can therefore cause anxiety in some people who may feel threatened by these new technologies and approaches to marketing and…
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Doyle P. 2000, Value-Based Marketing: Marketing Strategies for Corporate Growth and Shareholder Value, John Wiley & Sons, New York.
This requires talented employees and excellent management of them. At this time, judging from the mission statement and case study, it looks like Lincoln is more focused on its global presence and product innovation as well as diversification. These three elements work well together and bring the company into the 21st century. By employing new technologies not only to product development but also to communications, allows the company to exist and grow over the miles. Without clear objectives, it can be difficult to lead and produce. Still Lincoln is pursuing the acquisition and joint ventures to allow their product a global presence without setting up the company for too much risk. These ventures also serve as investments and although require some risk will payoff over the long run.
Lincoln has pursued a global strategy of acquisition and joint venture to better its global identity. At the same time, it has…
Integrated Marketing Communications
Integrated marketing communications (IMC) is that communication strategy that makes the marketing departed interconnected, as opposed to it having contrasting functions. IMC basically integrates a company’s marketing channels and collateral into one reliable messaging system. These channels may include direct mail, social media, and PR, among others. One company that has notably used this approach is Apple Inc, which is famous for its brand iPhone. From the day of release, June 2007, iPhone has has undergone yearly modifications to better the brand. (Ktourgelis, 2016)
Apple Inc carried out one of the most successful marketing campaigns for its brand. Two major factors led to this success. Firstly, Apple’s smart phone was a new product in the market. Secondly, they concentrated on customers who could adopt the new smart phone and influence the rest of the population. The iPhone was revolutionary in itself, since it combined phone…
Managing Emotions Among Salespersons
Personal selling is a very dynamic line of work and the ability of a salesperson to manage their emotion is very important. This research will look at the role salespeople's ability to manage their emotion has on their performance and behavior. It will bring to light an emotion regulation strategy which is adaptive for the management of negative emotions. A conceptual framework will be built to bring to light the place of cognitive reappraisal on the emotional well-being of salespeople as well as their motivation. The expected results are that there is a positive relation between adaptive selling behavior and cognitive reappraisal. Moreover, there is a negative relationship between cognitive reappraisal and emotional exhaustion and ruminative implications (Kemp et al., 2012).
Salespeople operate in an environment with fluctuating stress levels. They have to play various role patterns and this subjects them to more than average…
Role of Information Systems in Marketing
The objective of this study is to examine the role of information systems in marketing in terms of the information that is necessary for decision making. Additionally this work will examine the role of IS for this function within the organization and the benefits of IS for the functional users at the operational level, the use of data at all levels of the organization and how IS has affected processes for this functional perspective.
Decision Making and the Marketing Information System
The work of Ismail (2011) entitled "The Role of Marketing Information System on Decision Making: An Applied Study on Royal Jordanian Air Lines (RJA)" reports a study that has the objective of emphasizing the importance of the utilization of the marketing information system (MKIS) on decision-making through making clear the requirement for decision-making that is both "quick and effective…due to time saving and…
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Marketing Plan aimed at promoting "Easy Remote" is going to concentrate on the customer service department being provided with the assistance it needs in order to be able to connect to customers properly. Through implementing a strategic marketing communication plan, the company as a whole is going to be provided with the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the product it is selling. The majority of activities within the institution are going to identify the correct channels of communications we can use and are going to generally provide individuals in the company with the feeling that they know where the firm as a whole is going.
Finding the right channels is going to be a primary aspect of the marketing communication plan, as the company is going to focus on markets likely to enjoy using the product. oth in the U.S. and in Japan, "Easy Remote" is going to…
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Assessing the Varying Definitions of Marketing
The original concepts of marketing have as their basis the objective of having the customer be at the center of any enterprise, with all systems, processes and strategies aligned to fulfill their requirements and needs. Dr. Kotler in explaining the marketing concept shows how the operating philosophy of any business putting the customer at its center leads to greater value being delivered and strong financial viability over time (Cunningham, 2003). An additional definition of marketing is found in the capturing and analysis of customer-driven metrics of performance, and the use of business intelligence and analytics to quantify marketing behavior (Hester, 2009). Marketing is increasingly being defined from the standpoint of its role in the value chain of any enterprise, including demand generation, demand management and services management -- in short all functions across the spectrum of the customer lifecycle (Gronroos, 2006). While all…
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Pooch Pantry - Unit VII - Communications, Sponsorship, and New Products
The communications objectives for the firm and the product will impact on the way the messages are created and the channels used to make those communications. The communications objectives may be divided into two main categories; the retailers who the firm will want to stock the product, and the consumers who will be the end users.
The communication to the consumers may be argued as most important, as this will impact directly on consumers' knowledge and intention to purchase. etailers will also consider the marketing support that is provided by the firm, as they will want to stock products that are likely to sell, so they can use their shelf space effectively (Kotler & Keller, 2011)
Looking first at the consumer marketing the initial objectives will be to create product and brand awareness, so that consumers know…
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