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  • Impact Of Transparency In Marketing

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    path. We live in the age of “Transparent marketing” where companies are expected to be transparent, open and honest about their products and processes because one way or the other, the consumers are going to know about the reality of things from internet or any other social media channel. Applying transparency in marketing has a positive effect on sales of MNC’s. The basic aim of this research is to find out what will be the effects of transparent marketing in Pakistan and the factors that are making

  • Examples Of Marketing Automation

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    Automation supports your company’s marketing department to streamline all your successful efforts, especially within a fast and sensitive time span, scaling up your initiatives across channels. Intuitively, marketing automation is the most sustainable and effective way to achieve scaled personalization, customer-centricity, and improved customers journeys and experiences. By adopting the right marketing technology and software, your communication goals can be speeded

  • Advantages Of Online Marketing

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    Analyze which online marketing tool suits your business promotions? As we all know internet has become one of the principal source to gather information for everyone around us. Day after day people are relying on gaining information from different web sources. Users prefer to do quick and fast online searches for anything they want, instead of using the books, hardcopies or turning the pages of directories and newspapers. If you are an online marketer or having online business procedures, you must

  • Air Asia Marketing Strategy

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    tastes and preferences of the customers. Air Asia’s marketing objectives to expand the product mix include: - New routes and destinations all over the world. - Flights to Americas and other Western countries - Further destinations with Air Asia X. - Improving the Do-It-Yourself customisation product where the customers get to pick and choose what they would like. Maximising customer service The most important aspect of the marketing objectives. Customer services is responding to the needs

  • Harley Davidson Marketing Strategy

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    just-in-time methodology. A continuous flow of quality parts into Harley's factories not only reduces money tied up in inventory but drives quality throughout the manufacturing process.   C. Describe the five marketing management concepts and explain which one describes best Harley-Davidson marketing strategy?? Every company can have different ideas or philosophy. For example, a particular company can have its idea or philosophy that if the production is done on a large scale, the cost would be less

  • E-Marketing Literature Review

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    2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 The Concept of “E-Marketplace” Electronic marketplace (e-marketplace) defined as an inter-organizational information system where sellers and buyers take part in some market to exchange information about product and price offerings (Standing et al., 2010). It acts as a trading platform where it does not involve in sell or buy goods, and service traded on the platform but support seller in establishing new business relationship through the trading platform. E-marketplaces

  • Negative Effects Of Child Marketing

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    Our youth have been affected by child marketing for years, yet adults continue to let it pass by, without considering the effect it has. This utilization of the wonderful creation we call television needs to end. It has existed since the nineteenth century and big companies are still taking advantage of children, since they aren’t a very difficult target. After scrutinizing child marketing, it is obvious that it has a harmful effect on our children. With every passing year they are bombarded with

  • Difference Between Traditional And Traditional Marketing

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    Digital vs traditional marketing: Which is the better option? What is the difference between digital and traditional marketing? Well, in simple terms digital marketing focuses on the Internet while traditional marketing relies on conventional media such as television, print, direct mail, and radio to convey marketing messages to the public. Both strategies share the same goal of attracting customers and building more brand awareness in the market. The debate about which is the better option between

  • Decision Making Process In B2b Marketing

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    environment may support the idea of industrial customers to be more rational than B2C consumers (Hague & Harrison, n.d.). The belief in B2B markets rationality has predominated in marketers’ minds for a comparatively long period of time. Most emphasis in marketing activities has been done on products or services functional characteristics without attention to personal values (Lynch & de Chernatony, 2004). B2B buyers were generally considered to be more

  • Volkswagen Marketing Plan

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    Executive summary Marketing of new or existing business products is critical to the success of the business. Marketing a product require critical analysis of the different aspects in the market such as industry trends, business environmental analysis, completive analysis among other aspects in marketing. This report examines the marketing plan for Lamborghini car a product of Volkswagen Corporation. The first part of the report captures description of the product including the market needs that the