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    The Quantitative Challenges from Click stream Data A common thread through all techniques discussed is the need for data. Fortunately, a natural byproduct of users accessing WWW pages is a dataset that contains the sequence of URLs they visited, how long they viewed them, and at what time. This dataset is called the click stream. To maximize its potential, managers can merge the click stream with demographic and purchase information. Three potential sources exist for collecting click stream data:

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    Analysis of Marketing Techniques used by American Express American Express continues to attempt to expand its customer base, while at the same time trying to keep its reputation as a card of status. Its successful marketing tactics in the United States compared to the slow expansion into markets abroad show its lack of consideration of the differences of these markets. By preparing a more decisive plan as to what type of consumers to target and what products to push in each of its market areas

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    in illegal intrusion. 5) SALES PROMOTION FOR GENERATOR SETS Identify USP Highlight that it satisfies the consumer need Make use of Social media Combine with the product Compliment Discounts Malls display Internet marketing Incentives via coupons Marketing with content

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    The sampling techniques that was used for this research were basic marketing research techniques (Gilbert n.p). A survey will be carried out on participants to determine the current customer base at the existing EDO location here in Prince George. A keen observation of the customers at the EDO location in the pine Center mall taking observational notes on the number and frequency of visits amongst identifiable groups. The records will be taken for a period of two weeks before gathering enough data

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    Marketing Techniques for the Launch of a Blockbuster In this essay I will be exploring what marketing techniques are used in the launch of a big film such as 'Legally Blonde 2- Red, White & Blonde.' I have tracked this film in the weeks before, and after its release date and made a note of all forms of marketing that have been used. The techniques which I have discovered are used in most blockbuster launches to inform potential audiences of the film, tempt cinema-goers to see the film

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    Question attempted: Identify two brands within the same product category that project different images to the consumer. Discuss the different projected images by comparing and contrasting the two different brands. What techniques did the marketer use to create these images? How would you explain this deliberate attempt in the light of the self- concept of the buyer? Executive Summary “Products are created in factories but brands are created in the mind of the prospect.” These immortal words symbolize

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    There are so many marketing techniques that companies use in today’s world. There are also many competitions that companies face because of the advancement of marketing and different kind of brands. Old spice does a great job advertising and campaigning by using classical conditioning. Old Spice is an American brand that males use for grooming, they do a great job marketing the product and presenting them to consumers. Classical conditioning is when theorists teach either animal or human certain

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    Marketing Techniques of Pharmaceutical Companies The marketing practices followed pharmaceutical companies attempt to sway consumers as well as healthcare providers to use their products. From misleading direct-to-consumer advertising, to gift giving, the industry has often been accused of pushing the envelope. Marketing representatives from pharmaceutical companies, or "Drug reps" as they have become known in the industry, solicit medical providers in many ways to entice them into using their

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    made him or her smile or even laugh. This technique is seen quite often in the pages of the latest issue of ArtByte magazine. ArtByte is a relative newcomer to the world of computer and technology-related magazines. It is aimed at the upper teen to lower thirties technologically-minded individual who has a somewhat wry sense of humor. Many of the ads in this magazine reflect the idea of ArtByte being aimed at this demographic in their marketing techniques by adding humor to their advertisements. But

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    Apple is a leader in research, development, manufacturing and marketing computers for consumers, businesses, educational and government institutions. The company’s financial success can be attributed to their innovative products and marketing techniques that stress the importance that computers should "just work". During the last thirty-two years Apple has had its share of ups and downs, this essay will focus on major events from the company’s history, current events and their most significant products

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