a. An ad encouraging the purchase of a Firefox mountain bike.
b. An ad introducing Pizza Hut’s new menu.
c. An ad encouraging the consumption of a Snicker bar.
d. An ad encouraging the consumption of eggs.
a. government agencies
c. departmental stores
a. A firm’s stock product
b. A firm’s natural resources
c. A firm’s complementary good
d. A firm’s stockholder
a. collaborators and competitors.
b. customer and company.
c. context and market concentration.
d. price and promotion.
a. create an image of the product in the mind of a selected customer.
b. select a group of customers from a set of identified groups.
c. provide additional information about a product to the public.
d. educate customers about a product’s benefits and values.
a. Segmentation deals with tangible goods, while targeting deals with intangible services.
b. Segmentation identifies the marketing effort required for a macro-environment group, while targeting identifies the marketing effort required for a micro-environment group.
c. Segmentation identifies groups with similar wants or needs, while targeting deals with the marketing efforts required for an identified group.
d. Segmentation identifies the customers and collaborators of a company, while targeting deals with the competitive factors in an industry.
a. evaluate groups of industrial customers who share similar wants and needs.
b. choose a niche group segment from a selected set of industrial customers.
c. analyze the market potential for a product’s horizontal diversification.
d. communicate a product’s benefits clearly to the intended target customers.