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  • Factors Influencing Consumer Behavior

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    utilitarian or luxurious, entry-level or high-end, etc.) through advertising. Once a brand is positioned, it is very difficult to reposition it without destroying its credibility. Also called product positioning.” ( Advertisement Advertising is a non-personal form of promotion that is delivered through selected media outlets that, under most circumstances, require the marketer to pay for message placement. Advertising is a method of mass promotion as a single message can reach

  • Role Of New Media

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    ABSTRACT New Media as the name suggests is a fresh new look upon the media landscape. A topical subject of late, and widely debatable on the uses and effects that it has upon media consumers. In particular, it is not clear on whether this media can be simply classified as a faster information source than Traditional Media. This paper will clarify some misconceptions on the Role of New Media in Modern Culture and explain the role it holds as the role of Power. With the use of several examples in

  • Design Role In Society

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    Human are living in a society that is constantly changing, developing and becoming more and more complex. Simultaneously, design appears in everything we touch, everywhere we go, we see it on our passport, on shopping bill, on television, on takeaway coffee cup; design becomes an important part of daily life as a manifestation of our society. It is “firmly grounded in a relationship to society rather than being presented as an area of study which feeds only on itself” (Whiteley N 2006). Concurrently

  • Components Of Digital Marketing

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    brand or product using all available digital channels. The major components of digital marketing are: - Internet marketing - Web, SEM (search engine marketing – includes SEO and Pay per click advertising), smartphones, mobile markets (i.e. Google Play, Apple Store), email marketing, online banner advertising and Social Media. - Non-Internet digital channels - Television, Radio, SMS, digital billboards (indoor and outdoor). Picture 1 shows exactly the relationship of the different components that

  • Advantages Of Digi Online

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    Advertising gets to people through different forms of communication. Newspapers, Magazines, and direct mail. TV, radio and Internet are among the most important electronic media. Digi is one well known company is because of their advertising method. They use some outside box of thinking and innovative of ideas for their advertising which is the main reason why Digi could attract customers. Digi commonly advertise their product by broadcasting advertising and outdoor advertising .Broadcast

  • The Importance Of Market Segmentation

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    Market segmentation Market segmentation refers to subdividing a market along some commonality, similarity, or kinship. [J. Thomas, 2012]. The reason for segmentation is the concentration of marketing energy and force on the subdivision to gain competitive advantage within the segment. Market segmentation aims to achieve marketing strategy through concentration of marketing energy. Possible market segments 1. Explorers- These are the students with high financial resources and low academic preparedness

  • Imi Bhubanswar Case Study

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    Business plan to promote admission and retention in IMI Bhubaneshwar Introduction IMI Bhubaneshwar was set up with the vision to become a world-class business school, achieving excellence in management education and research through continuous competency building. International Management Institute (IMI), Bhubaneswar commenced the classes for the first batch of PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management) approved by AICTE on August 2011. The new campus of IMI at Bhubaneswar is dedicated

  • Coca Cola Case Study

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    Its marketing and advertising is purposeful and connects with its audience in a way that makes it stand out from its competitors. Its mission is not about selling product but to create significant positive change in the world that makes the world a better place. Coca-cola Company has spending more than three billion in advertising expenses to increase firm sales and brand recognition. Coca-Cola is not just beverage but it

  • Uniqlo Recruitment Strategy

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    This report is on preparing Uniqlo’s first global flagship store in Singapore by introducing and implementing new recruitment and selection strategies for the two positions which are marketing manager and accountant. Job design and job specifications for these two job positions will be stated in the report. These new strategies for recruitment and selection will enables Uniqlo to achieve their mission, vision and co-operate objectives which are “Made For All”, “We will become the world’s number

  • Nestle Slim Milk Campaign Analysis

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    4.3 Campaigns & Strategies: 4.3.1 NESTLÉ a+ Slim Milk Film - 2015 #GrowToday TVC- In this ad campaign they show cast a fit girl in tracks running around the city. Meanwhile she saw someone following her then she starts running at a greater speed leaving him/her behind. It again shows that the person following her seems to be less fit as compared to that girl as she/he stops while chasing her whereas the fit girl keeps on running by clearing