The Marketing Concept. Implementing the Marketing Strategy. The Marketing Concept. The Marketing Strategy. Target Market. A clear and identifiable group of people Finding Similar Characteristics Demographics - (Age, Gender, Income, Education, Careers Geographic Area - Location
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Implementing the Marketing Strategy
A clear and identifiable group of people
Finding Similar Characteristics
Demographics - (Age, Gender, Income, Education, Careers
Geographic Area - Location
Psychographics: (General personality, behaviors, life-style, rate of use, repetition of need, benefits sought, and loyalty characteristics.)
Example of Target Market
A Marketing Mix is then developed to meets the Needs of this group
More than just the product:
- Brand Name
Marketers help businesses create new Products by using:
- Marketing Research
- Buying Behaviors
Making the product/service accessible to your customers.
Where to sell it?
How to get it there?
How to can I reduce costs?
Channels of Distribution
The path a product takes to get from producer to consumer.
1.) Difference in Quantity
Adjusts the product amount to meet customer needs.
2.) Difference in Assortment
Businesses can carry a variety of items in one place.
3.) Difference in Locations
Businesses can carry products made from all over the world.
4.) Differences in the Time
Businesses can determine when to deliver products to consumers.
1.) Maximize Profits
2.) Increase Sales
3.) Maintain Image
1.)Supply and Demand
2.) Quantity Purchased
3.) Customer Service
4.) Special Products
5.) Channel of Distribution
6.) Advertising and Promotion
The efforts of a business to communicate with customers resulting in some type of action.
2.) Trade Promotions (Trade Shows)
3.) Consumer Promotions (Contests)
4.) Personal Selling
7.) Direct Marketing
Businesses select promotional methods based on:
1.) Who is the Target Market?
How many? Where are they located? Where and how do they receive information?
2.) What is the Message?
Does everyone need the same information? Is it simple or complex? Need Repeating?
3.) What is your Promotional Budget?
What We Can Afford or Objective and Task