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Marketing Concept Explanation of Marketing Concept Marketing is clearly defined by Kotler as “the human activity directed at satisfying needs and wants through exchange processes” (Kotler, 19). Likewise, Kotler proffered that the meaning of marketing concept is that is “a management orientation that holds the key task of the organization to determine the needs and wants of target markets and to adapt the organization to delivering the desired satisfactions more effectively and efficiently than competitors” (Kotler, 31).
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It includes direct marketing, indirect marketing and other channels of distribution in which intermediaries are involved. After reviewing a recent… By doing so, it becomes easier for the company to spread the message and brand image in an effective manner. This type of promotion is called as Above The Line Promotion. Direct marketing is one of the most widely…
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Marketing can broadly be defined as the business process and technique to promote its goods and services amongst the people or prospective customers. The fundamental objective of businesses is to make profit through product and services that meet the requirements of customers.… As such, marketing opens a wide vista of opportunities for buyers and sellers where…
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The three roles identified within the marketing and communications industries that contribute to a marketing orientated organization are public relation advisor, brand manager and marketing communications manager.… Westwood (2006) states that with innovation and marketing being driving force of most organizations, the brand manager does the following: •…
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Most modern organisations have departments exclusively dedicated to developing and executing marketing strategies, hence its importance in business entities. Jain defines the concept of marketing as the… As noted by Masterson and Pickton, it is important in distinguishing a business function (23). Indeed, marketing is a major success factor for any business…
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Internet marketing has become the major medium of marketing activities today and this can be elaborated by various online sites trying to entice and convey information to… come the basic idea of marketing just before the discovery of internet marketing, it is important to understand the level in which businesses or firms have eventually evolved based on their…
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Marketing Management Name Institute Date Marketing Management Strategic marketing planning for any company can sometimes be complex. Strategic planning today often requires collaboration with other firms while carefully observing other competitors. The process of planning is usually similar a number of ways.… At the apex are vital corporate decisions dealing…
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The World Marketing Association (WMA) states, ‘Marketing is the core business philosophy which directs the processes of identifying and fulfilling the needs of individuals and organizations through exchanges which create superior value for all parties’ (Chapman, 2003). This… The financial services sector would include banking, life assurance and pensions,…
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The Importance of Marketing to T-Mobile Company's Success T-Mobile has been successful in leveraging from guerilla marketing campaign and has been able to chalk out an extended program for future as well getting the inspiration from its mass contact marketing campaign with the prospective buyers through festivals, Hispanic celebrations and similar types of local festivities (Chipps 1).…
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-Explain marketing concept # book reference or lecture reference # cite extra reference 2- analyze the concept with a personal experience * organization 2011-03-07 10:55  Deadline:   2011-03-12 08:56 Time Left:  4 days 21h 40m Style:  MLA  Language Style:   English (U.S.)  Grade:   n/a  Pages:  2  Sources:   4  A concept is the overall idea or structure of something and marketing is how a product is moved through a channel to reach its target consumer.…
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This paper aims at discussing a few elements of marketing using an example of a leading retailer, Marks and Spencer. The paper will firstly provide a brief explanation of the… This will be followed by the marketing mix of the company. The paper on the whole provides a deep insight into the company and marketing aspects of the M&S. The term marketing has a…
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Before introducing the new product, it is necessary to develop a marketing strategy keeping the features of the customised cell phone… Electronics industry is ripe to welcome the new product that would be launched very shortly, which is customised cell phone. A marketing opportunity study was made on developing a new product for the existing market of cell…
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Role of Marketing in Strategic Planning Student Kotler et al (2009) defines strategic planning as the process of developing and maintaining a feasible fit between the ever-changing marketing opportunities in business environments and the skills, objectives and resources at the disposal of the organization.… Marketing is a particularly fundamental function for…
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Marketing is defined as “the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large (The American Marketing Association). Marketing brings the… A Marketing Mix is first devised when a company is makes a marketing strategy; this…
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This is because the different platforms upon which marketing laid its very basis have immensely been altered and this has happened with the consent of the people who are… It is a sure fact that marketing has addressed those areas which were deemed as the grey ones in the past by the people who had business dealings, undertook high-level strategies, initiated…
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This is above the industry’s average performance which is at 11.32; hence this company’s does even better than the industry, recording a good financial performance. The financial performance however, still requires… This shows that company is struggling with its marketing functions, but is still recording a below the industry’s average performance. It still…
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[Your full name] [Instructor’s full name] April 11, 2013 Marketing Marketing refers to the ways companies use to introduce their products in the market and to make people aware of their new products and services. It is one of the main components of success of a company in today’s world of competition.… Some of the main benefits of an effective marketing…
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According to research, positioning is a category of marketing communication that has a significant responsibility in improving the desirability of international brand.This is achieved through transforming the physical features of a marketing offering in relation to the rivalry.… This is achieved through transforming the physical features and insubstantial…
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MARKETING Name: Instructor: Task: Date: Strategic planning is the process by which the feasible fit between an organization’s skills, objectives, resources and its changing marketing opportunities are developed and maintained (Lake, N. 2012, 9). In order to understand the role of marketing in strategic planning process, various theoretical views, pieces of empirical evidence and normative statements about contingent relationships between the level of business strategies and the organizational structures and processes involved in contacting marketing processes have to be integrated into one framework.…
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Strategic planning is the process by which the feasible fit between an organization’s skills, objectives, resources and its changing marketing opportunities are developed and maintained (Lake, N. 2012, 9). In order to understand the role of marketing in strategic planning… The role of marketing in effective implementation of strategic planning process is…
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Service are becoming more common for the companies to include their services into their company. Most of the company markets use a combination of both the service and a product for example, a restaurant… This is sensitive because different countries have different customers hence the product they get a profit or a massive loss, which will lead to closing down…
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INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION Your name …………………………………… College ………………………………………. …………………………… Introduction Intergraded Marketing Communication is perhaps one of the most powerful marketing and communication strategies of today to ensure achievement of sustainable competitive advantage for a business.… IMC is considered as a magical bullet that enhances…
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A discussion of the company’s brief profile and background is imperative in giving a glimpse of the nature of its business. With marketing strategy being identified, detailed… Procter & Gamble has one of the largest portfolios of consumer brands that are commonly known in the household, such as Pampers, Tide, Ariel, Pantene, Bounty, Always, Folgers, Downy,…
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Marketing is a very broad term that is considered differently by different people but the fact is that it takes into consideration the consumers, the product and the organization, all. Marketing can be defined as a task of an organization or business setup to monitor and… Carpenter (2004) highlights the definition of marketing given by American Marketing…
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Ethical Dilemma in Marketing: Havaianas “Marketing practices are deceptive if customers believe they will get more value from a product or service than they actually receive. Deception, which can take the form of a misrepresentation, omission, or misleading practice, can occur when working with any element of the marketing mix” (E-notes, n.d.).… “Since…
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