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    Netflix

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    Netflix 1. Blockbuster was able to create a strong position in the traditional video rental industry due to a couple of factors. It was initially based on the idea that “movie rentals were largely impulse decisions.” With this being the case, the assumption was that consumers would want the newest releases. In order to cater to this, Blockbuster grew quickly in order to expand geographically and to increase share in existing markets. The size of Blockbuster became its major source of advantage

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    subsequent exorbitant fees associated with it, he realized that something needed to change. Having already started and sold a software business, this entrepreneur contemplated about alternate video service ideas that would better satisfy customers. Netflix entered the market in 1997 when the market leader was rental giant Blockbuster Inc. At the time, Blockbuster attempted to grow by opening new locations in order to expand geographic coverage and to increase penetration and share in existing markets

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    Netflix Strengths

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    Netflix Strengths Netflix provides a subscription-style e-commerce service. Customers only need to sign up and pay $13.95-39.95 a month to borrow as many as 2-9 movies at a time with no monthly limit. If customers quickly watch the DVD and send them back, the monthly fee pays for quite a few movies. The relatively low monthly fee enables Netflix to compete with Blockbuster and other brick-and-mortar video rental business. Meanwhile, Netflix might keep the customers who try the service and happy

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    Netflix SWOT Analysis

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    Strengths: ?     Netflix provides a subscription-style e-commerce service. Over 95% of customers pay at least $17.99 a month which includes unlimited rentals with up to three titles at a time. A comparably low monthly fee, allows Netflix to lead market share of online DVD rentals while competing with traditional brick and mortar rental stores. Meanwhile, Netflix might keep the customers who try the service and happy with it continue paying the monthly fee. Therefore, Netflix has fewer problems

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    Netflix Research Paper

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    save money, and have new content. Based on these criteria Netflix is the best streaming media provider. First, it is exceptionally important that the media provider to be easy to use. There are a lot of programs that require a lot of set up and maintenance. The Netflix media provider can be used by anyone at any time. If the streaming media provider requires a lot of time to set up, it can become very tedious and annoying to deal with. Netflix streaming has a very simple set up. It requires a download

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    Blockbuster Inc. and Movie Gallery are currently the two strongest competitors in the market, and therefore pose the biggest threats to Netflix. Amazon, Intelliflicks, and Cleanfilms are all present in the market, but don’t possess enough force at this time to be considered a threat to Netflix. Blockbuster As of right now, Blockbuster is the biggest competitive threat to Netflix. Blockbuster was incorporated in 1989 in Delaware and is a major renter of home videocassettes, DVDs and video games throughout

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    Netflix Inc.

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    Netflix utilizes a number of different advertising methods. Netflix created a coupon in the form of an enlarged movie ticket offering a free month of service. These “movie tickets” are given out at cash registers at all Best Buy stores and are included in packing boxes of most of the major DVD player manufacturers (Sony, Philips, Toshiba, Panasonic, RCA, etc.). Best Buy’s website also has a link directly to Netflix which is under the “DVD rental service” drop down menu. Each DVD mailer sleeve from

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    Netflix Inc.

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    Netflix Inc. Company Background Netflix Inc. incorporated in 1997 and made its first public offering in 2002. Netflix is an online movie rental service which provides its 3,000,000 subscribers access to over 40,000 DVD titles. Although Netflix stocks nearly every title available on DVD, it does not stock titles containing adult content. The Netflix program allows subscribers to rent as many DVD’s as they want, and keep them for as long as they want. Three DVD’s can be out at a time, as soon

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    purchase rival, Netflix but failed to envision Netflix’s potential. The founder of Netflix, Reed Hastings, met with then CEO of Blockbuster, John Antioco, to discuss selling a forty-nine percent stake in Netflix to Blockbuster. The deal would have cost Blockbuster a mere $50 million in comparison to their $6 billion yearly in revenue. At the time technological and dot com stocks had taken a serious tumble and Blockbuster was skeptical of Netflix’s future. Instead of acquiring Netflix, Blockbuster signed

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