tell me marketing strategy?
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tell me marketing strategy?
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You should read a little bit of Michael Porter. I think no one knows better than him.
But keep in mind that every situation is a real special situation, and should be analized carefully and never just follow the strategy without trying to elucidate every singularity of the market segment. And, keep in mind that knowing it all, you can be unsuscessfull in your journey.
Yes, its complicated, and not 100% garanteed, but worth the time spent.
I Always thought that Phillip Kotler was the marketing Guru, as i was taught in Universities a long time ago.
But this guy Michael Porter seems to be a genius.
Going to read up about him and his works.
I guess Michael Porter is more of a strategist than a marketer. Even I think Philips Kotler is considered a contemporary guru of marketing.
Really need someone tell you about marketing strategy? Is it easier for you to search on Google or other SE first? I think may be you would like to do that...
Marketing for Dummies
I Can help
Have done a Marketing Course it is not easy
Adcock is the Guru (search Amazon.com)
(UK book below)
Porter is very close but not quite the Generic Strategies is good the others are in brackets
(Porters Diamond, 5 Forces, Value Chain)
Pestle - Political, Economic, Social, Technilogical, Legal and Environment
Swot - Strengths, Weaknesses, (inside the Organisation) Opportunities, Threats (Outside The Orgainization)
Macro - Outside View (External)
Micro - Inside View (Internal)
BCG - Boston Consulting Matrix (5 stars - search on google for this really easy , but great tool )
Martin Christopher Loyalty Ladder
Stakeholders - look for stakeholders Mapping Tool
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I don't know whether any guru coined this as his exclusive strategy, as it is very much a universal marketing strategy. But networking would be a great strategy. For example if you are in the investment industry, you would try and connect up with professionals who are providing you with a service. You would refer some of your investment clients to your lawyer, and then your lawyer may refer his clients to you. You may refer your clients to your doctor, and your doctor may refer his patients to you, etc. etc. In other words, wherever you go, you live your business and you get others to reciprocate in the same way. Networking.
networking as a marketing strategy? Interesting concept. Go further with it
Isn't marketing the finest art of the 21st century?
The marketing concept of building an organization around the profitable satisfaction of customer needs has helped firms to achieve success in high-growth, moderately competitive markets. However, to be successful in markets in which economic growth has leveled and in which there exist many competitors who follow the marketing concept, a well-developed marketing strategy is required. Such a strategy considers a portfolio of products and takes into account the anticipated moves of competitors in the market.
So what are your plans to seperate you from the competiters?
Is there different between planning a marketing strategy for a start-up company and for a well-established company?
IMO, I would say yes... Marketing an established company would have to take into consideration a number of factors such as current public perception, and current market standing.
A new business has a clean slate... It can market itself amongst competitors, without having the "luggage" a well-established business
This sets up the system that I currently am not very happy with in that the corporation, the logo/brand, literally becomes a fall guy, and the real corporation that should be having image and reputation problems for performing badly or breaking the law simply replicates their "marketing" process again under a new name. A new corporation with a clean slate.
It does have advantage and disadvantage to an established business.
Since the history goes by, it creates the reputation. This can help the business or lead the business to have to have a fix on its business.
Strategy, market and business have connection to each other.
The strategy planning should consider the market and the business. The business should also consider the market to make any change in the strategy.
Marketing is process to create, communication, produce, deliver and so on. There are many types of marketing like Internet marketing, Email marketing and so on. Due to marketing we can easily earn money as well as make good reputation in markets.
What about SMS marketing?
Have you tried this yet?
try e-mail marketing......it's a good idea...and many people will see your products
Mass emailing? Do you have list, or do you just find them online?
Marketing is all about the 4 P's.
Try coming up with some real world examples.
How could you determine the marketing of the Rolling Stones, Coca Cola and Marlboro?
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Marketing is not about who can talk faster, or close better. It is about deep psychological understanding of customer needs. Steve Jobs had this gift better than almost any example. Henry Ford. Thomas Edison. Every innovation in the history of the world combined an uncanny understanding of human needs and the innovative vision to deliver it.
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I don't actually know if the original poster got what they were looking for from this post, but hopefully they were able to take something out of it and started developing their own ideas towards marketing.
It is something that can be learnt, but you must dedicate yourself and follow trends very closely. Do you want to be keeping up to date and following trends, or do you want to be the ones creating them?
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