Throughout history, chocolate has been marketed differently to different consumer types. Marketing has relied on four marketing skills and tools and they are the sales force, advertising, sales promotion and marketing research, they must also use brand building, customer relations, telemarketing and others to make their product selling become reality.
Marketing channels are also used by companies to reach their consumers. As a result, decisions are often made without the consultation of the marketing strategy, and that means they are not likely to be in alignment with the strategy. Especially for small companies, one thing or another can come up that gets the business owner off track, and unfortunately, when that happens, marketing tends to move to the back burner.
Most companies do a lot of research before releasing an advertisement in getting a feel of what the consumers really desire. Sales departments rely on marketing; marketing departments and strategies exist to feed sales (notice I didn’t say “make” sales). Without an in-house marketing team that is skilled and dedicated to marketing planning and execution, it is understandably difficult.
It’s no accident that more recently established companies, tech giants, and organizations that employ a large number of millennials are killing it with their marketing efforts. Without this it is easy to become so consumed with one plan and one set of actions that other plans and required actions start to suffer.
How Does Marketing Create And Satisfy Consumer Needs?
Planning for the year ahead is never an easy task. Bottom line to this long winded explanation is this: making THE RIGHT TYPE OF CALL THE RIGHT WAY in conjunction with modern technology and other marketing tools can make a huge difference in your business. We as people like consistency and if a marketer provides consistent service in addition to great products and price then we will keep on going back for years.
Regarding the second argument ‘Marketing shapes consumer needs and wants.’ I have to also agree with this statement. There are various criteria that companies use to segment their products and some of them are geographic, demographic, psycho graphic and behavioral.
We might feel as though we are getting things done by talking and learning about various types of marketing theory, but in essence, we are just spinning our wheels. Some consumers would not mind paying a higher price for an item or service if they received very good service.
Develop A Marketing And Marketing Communications Strategy And Plan For Small Or Midsized Companies
A. Marketing merely reflects the needs and wants of customers. Now, none of what I have said above gives companies a free license to do whatever they want, especially when it comes to my one, very absolute exception: Marketing to children and those who cannot be held accountable for their actions. With so much information available about companies and brands, it is truly the Age Of The Consumer and will be for a very long time.
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