The ______ area of the marketing mix is concerned with decisions about getting the right product to the target market when and where it is wanted. A. Promotion B. Place C. Product D. People
what are the three phases of the marketing processa) directing, controlling, and evaluating, b) planning, implementation, and controllc) segmenting a market, targeting a group, and promoting a productd) analyzing, peforming, and evalutingmy guess is c. but not sure
1) If the price of a product produced in a competitive market increases, which of the following is most likely to occur in the labor market for workers who produce the product? A) the demand for labor and the number of workers hired both increase B) the supply of labor and the numbers of workers hired both increase C) the demand for labor and the number of workers hired both decrease D) the supply of labor and the number of workers hired both decrease 2)A decrease in the supply curve for nurses could be accounted for by all of the following except a(n): A) Increase in the rewards available in other comparable occupations B) Increase in the training required for nurses C) Reduction in the number of nursing schools D) Cut in the wages of nurses 3)Trends in employment patterns over the last century indicate A) a need for more farmers. B) fewer women will be entering the work force. C) an increase in the percentage of service jobs. D) an increase in the percentage of manufacturing jobs. 4)Which of the following helps to determine the wage rate a worker earns? A) How much education the worker has B) The location of the job C) The demand for the product D) All of the above
which marketing strategy invloves retaining focus on a single product line but marketing it to new markets?
Marketing professionals must understand the consumer experiences in making purchase decisions. Keep the following questions in mind as you discuss this process:What are the stages of the consumer purchase decision process?What is the purpose of each stage?How can marketers use this understanding to help consumers acquire the products and services they need and/or want?
This is what I have so far for my target market I need to get morecharacteristic ideas to put into the paragraph. Target market characteristics:Our company’s target market includes Secondary Schoolstudents and faculty involved in sports and fitness programs orsports teams.
For business marketing, we are planning to make and sell soap, with our target audience as teenagers. What do you think we need to do in order to attract lots of customers and for them to sell?
Who is wal-mart target market?
Why is a company concerned about its stock price in the secondary market?
what is the target market for coolsavings web site. I would say for families but do they target other people? Families? Families dont spend money, only the adults do. As I see it 1) target folks trying to save a few dollars by clipping coupons 2) target folks who are not computer savy (that website installs high risk tracking software on computers that download anything from that site). I would have to say, from the above, the target is folks who shop on the internet, who are not computer sauvy, and who are looking to save money by biting into gimmicks.Is this the site? http://www.coolsavings.com/home.aspx?SessionID=d5628213-919d-4fba-b472-0a5f387d9945-3 I believe its target audience is mothers with children at home. This information at the top of the page is intended to appeal to the person who shops for food and clothing for their family. In my experience, it is usually the mother who does most of the shopping. "Sign up now to get the best deals for your family! Find money-saving offers from stores and brands you love. Save big with printable grocery coupons, babies & kids offers, free stuff, pet coupons, diet offers, free samples, travel coupons and much more."what benefits does this site emphasize for participants?The paragraph above summarizes the benefits the site offers shoppers.I have read that children of almost all ages spend a great deal of money. Just look at the advertisements on many TV programs. They are directed to children. When children get older they have sources of money form gifts,g grandparents, working and from pestering their parents.
How is marketing a personality different than marketing a product
· Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you identify the environmental factors that affect global and domestic marketing decisions. Address the following as they relate to the organization’s marketing decisionso Analyze the influence of global economic interdependence and the effect of trade practices and agreements.o Examine the importance of demographics and physical infrastructure.o Analyze the influence of cultural differences.o Examine the importance of social responsibility and ethics versus legal obligations.o Analyze the effect of political systems and the influence of international relations.o Analyze the influence of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, as well as the influence of local, national, and international legislation.o Explain the effect of technology.