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    Barriers Apple is in a unique situation where things that might be a barrier to most company’s actually increase Apple’s desirability. However, there are two things that could potentially be a barrier to Apple succeeding in the iTV arena. First, the avenues available to people to purchase Apple products are traditionally somewhat limited. The iPad/iPhone/iPod have been available in non-traditional Apple retailers like Walmart/Target, however, MacBooks and other higher end Apple products traditionally are only available online or via an Apple store – and recently BestBuy. The second barrier is the price point. While there is a market for high end TV’s, Apple tends to hold a residential/student/consumer niche market as their customer base. An iTV with retina display, an Apple OS, potentially some sort of touch screen/force touch, and other Apple key features, might price itself out of that market and not be able to enter the higher end adult/business market due to the cost and technology. To overcome the purchasing source barrier, Apple might need to expand their…

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    (Hoover's, 2006). The main rivals in the industry are rushing to catch the next wave in home entertainment: movie downloads [over the Internet]. For example, Netflix plans to offer movie downloads starting in January 2007, according to corporate communications director, Steve Swasey. The service has been in the works for some time. Netflix plans to set aside up to $10 million for the project this year. Company executives have planned to officially announce the launch at the end-of-year…

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    marketing practice might pass: 1. Entrepreneurial marketing: Most companies are started by individuals who visualize an opportunity and knock on every door to gain attention. Jim Koch, founder of Boston Beer Company, whose Samuel Adams beer has become a top-selling “craft” beer, started out in 1984 carrying bottles of Samuel Adams from bar to bar to persuade bartenders to carry it. For 10 years, he sold his beer through direct selling and grassroots public relations. Today his business…

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    important reason for this success has been that our book continues to offer a fresh and timely approach to computer networking instruction. We’ve made changes in this sixth edition, but we’ve also kept unchanged what we believe (and the instructors and students who have used our book have confirmed) to be the most important aspects of this book: its top-down approach, its focus on the Internet and a modern treatment of computer networking, its attention to both principles and practice, and its…

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    Effort ............................. 221 Chapter 1 Marketing in the 21st century Marketing tasks Three stages through which marketing practice might pass 1) Entrepreneurial marketing: Most companies are started by individual who live by their wits. They visualize an opportunity and knock on every door to get attention Ex. A person sold beer door to door and such direct selling. Slowly he became market leader in selling his products. 2) Formulated marketing: when small companies achieve…

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