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Marketing for diversity

How is marketing different for a service, as opposed to marketing a product? Your competition is not the best place to start when trying to define new product ideas and needs. What is your response to that statement? Do you agree or disagree?

Push and pull strategies

1. Identify some of the strategies the owner of a pharmacy might employ to increase product contact. Provide examples of both push and pull strategies. 2. Describe two different types of marketing tactics used by magazine publishers to increase subscriptions. Which tactic is the most effective? What makes it effective?

Lower Division

You are a marketing manager interviewing for a new job at a large automotive company. You know that being well prepared for an interview gives you a better chance of being offered the job, so you decide to study the company as well as some of the company's future marketing ideas. One of the company's ideas is to phase out its

Attention and comprehension affects interprets a commercial

Can you help me explain how attention and comprehension might affect how you interpret a commercial on television? Provide an example. Provide an example of how an existing attitude can be activated from memory and used as a basis for interpreting new information. Then, provide an example of how activated knowledge might be i

Devise a story that fits one of the categories listed.

The Marketing Scene is a publication that provides a platform for professionals and consumers to discuss new ways of marketing, the effectiveness of advertising trends, specific ad campaigns, and the impact this information has on society. The stories on the site encompass the following marketing topics: Controversy in ad

Global Marketing- Discussion Questions

1. How can cultural differences among audiences affect how public relations messages are interpreted and received? Provide examples from at least two cultures. Why should an organization's logo be pretested prior to engaging in communications or marketing abroad? 2. What are some of the ethical dilemmas faced by marketers in

How to Develop Effective Marketing Strategies

1. What types of information would a company that makes breakfast cereals like to find out about their customers? How might this information help them develop effective marketing strategies? 295 words.

Marketing Campaign Plan for a New Product

Create a new consumer product. Define your target market. Select a song and an endorser for your campaign, and explain the rationale behind your choices. Discuss your competition and how you are both poised to compete and differentiate. 523 words plus references Product: Only Girl Promise Ring

Innovative and Effective Direct Marketing Example

I am looking for a example of an innovative and effective direct marketing campaign. Describe the campaign, share any available Internet links to images and information, and explain how the campaign was both innovative and effective. the response talks about an award winning campaign

Marketing for Graves Enterprises Scenario

Scenario: Analyzing Buyer Behavior scenario Marketing for Graves Enterprises Scenario You are the new Vice President of Marketing for Graves Enterprises, makers of consumer and commercial grade floor care products. You have two marketing directors that report to you, each of who is in charge of either the consumer market or th

Marketing Research Plan - Doogie Dinner

Marketing Research Plan Focus of the Marketing Research Plan Selected: Doggie Dinner 2. Research your selected project to assess competitive marketing strategies of the chosen segment such as products, pricing, placement, and promotion. In your assessment, include recent estimates of economic factors, including sales a

Global Marketing: Example of a successful campaign; channels of distribution

1. Name a global advertising campaign you believe was successful. What made this campaign successful? Name an unsuccessful global advertising campaign. What made this campaign unsuccessful? Why is it important to evaluate communications and sales effects in a global market? 2. How does consumer needs and usage patterns determ

Marketing Plan Development

1- Develop a budget for your plan. 2- Identify quantifiable elements that can be used to evaluate, monitor, and control the effectiveness of your marketing plan. The plan is introducing a new product from Scrubbing Bubbles. It is an automatic toilet cleaner. Kind of like the automatic shower cleaner but for your toilet.

Go Green

What was once pseudo Earth Day is now a year-round, Green marketing revolution, as described in the following: Purchasers of a national magazine qualified for a free reusable shopping bag. A reality show eliminated water bottles from the set. A popular water bottle company rolled out a new bottle made of 30% less plastic.

Marketing Plans and Research - Box Office Flops

Marketing plans are tools used by managers to guide the process of marketing. They contain strategies and consider many environmental aspects that work together to affect the success of the product or service being marketed. Marketers must learn to do solid research in support of upcoming projects. Provide a quick definition

Tesla Motors Innovation United States Manufacturers

-Tesla Motors is an innovative US car manufacturer making a high performance all electric sports car, the Roadster. They have announced production plans for a new model four door sedan car, the model S, to be delivered in 2012. You are the Channels Manager for Tesla Motors. Using marketing concepts, explain how you would de

Segmentation Analysis

This exercise is based on a Segmentation learning tool from Harvard Business School. The purpose of this tool is to determine how profitable different segments of a market can be for a company. This analysis helps the company to decide which (if any) segments to pursue. http://hbsp.harvard.edu/multimedia/flashtools/segment

Firm expanding into a new product category

Your firm is expanding into a new product category, solar panels for residential homes, and needs to develop a new network of dealerships. 1. What is meant by dealer network? 2. How important is the role of dealer network in marketing? 3. What are the various types of dealer networking? 4. What are the advantages and disadv

Graves Enterprises: Analyzing Buyer Behavior

Scenario Summary attached. Read the YOU DECIDE scenario and using the information, prepare a report. Be sure to provide an abstract and references if you use them. As you provide YOUR analysis of consumer and business buying behavior, be sure to include answers to the following: 1. Knowing NOW what you do about consumer

Applications in Marketing : Mcdonalds

For McDonalds: * Describe the main line of business of the company * Name four of the countries in which the company operates * Explain, in detail, the implementation of the 4P's marketing mix concept by the company * Describe any differences observed in the implementation of this co

Marketing- Why are marketing channels and intermediaries necessary in foreign markets? What is the most important function carried out by intermediaries? Why? Why do channel arrangements sometimes nee

1. According to what Hollensen wrote in Global Marketing, a firm's choice of its entry mode for a given product/target country is the net result of several, often conflicting forces (p. 297). What are some of those forces? How do you anticipate the strength and direction of those forces as part of the decision-making process?

Three Marketing Opportunities for Three Firms

You are a marketing manager interviewing for a new job at several different firms simultaneously. You expect to be asked the same questions in each interview dealing with what you think are some good new marketing opportunities for each firm to pursue. You know that being well prepared for an interview gives you a better chance

Choose two competing products for analysis using the 4 Ps

When you took BUSN105: Business & Society or similar class, you studied the 4Ps of marketing. We will be covering the original 4 Ps (Price, Product, Promotion, and Place) developed in the 1960s because they have stood the test of time. Choose two competing products with which you are familiar. These two products will become t

Example of Advertisement

Advertisements can be award-winning, controversial, successful, or totally ineffective. Different people have different opinions. As a marketing professional, you need to go beyond categorizing ads as successful or not, and analyze the techniques used to create the messages. Provide a BRIEF OVERVIEW (1 PARAGRAPH ONLY) of any

The solution is comprised of an essay (over 1000 words) describing in detail the impact of socio-economic position has on motivating consumer purchasing. It goes on to identify challenges faced by marketers as they attempt to define target markets and if it is necessary to tweak marketing plans so the target market is clearly defined.

The solution is comprised of an essay (over 1000 words) describing in detail the impact of socio-economic position has on motivating consumer purchasing. It goes on to identify challenges faced by marketers as they attempt to define target markets and if it is necessary to tweak marketing plans so the target market is clearly de