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    KNOW YOUR MARKET Understanding the peculiarities of every market is key to succeeding in marketing. Every intending market has different needs, aspirations, beliefs, values, etc. So, the fact that one product or service succeeds in one market does not guarantee success in another. To know the market you intend to do business with, research must be carried out. A good way to start is by asking questions. Attempt to know if the same product you wish to sell, or service you wish to render has ever…

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    Analysis Of Ijava And Chai

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    Analysis and Results After looking through all the current aspects of iJava and Chai as a whole we noticed that there were some key problems with the business. The first problem which is very noticeable, is the online website for the coffee shop. The website is not up to date with all the items that are provided in the location itself, and for a variety of choices the design of the website seems very bland. There are not many designs and while the website is easy to read, it does not add that…

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    organization. One way a salesperson can accomplish that is by employing insight selling. Insight selling is the process of creating a successful sales opportunity, and driving change, with ideas that are value added to the organization or company. Insight selling is the new approach in the selling world, and sellers need to become the source of ideas and insights for their customers to add value organization. Therefore, with insight selling the seller often find the outcome to be victorious for…

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    Principles of persuasion page 1 Principles of persuasion Persuasion can attempt to influence a person's beliefs, attitudes, intentions, motivations, or behaviors. Persuasion is an act or process of presenting arguments to move, motivate, or change your audience belief, theories, and methods. The six principles of persuasion are principles of reciprocity, scarcity, authority, commitment, consistency, and consensus and liking safety. Principles of reciprocity When we give persuasive…

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    Ebags Case Study

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    According to Schroeder, Goldstein, & Rungusanatham (2011) “the considerations required for process selection include the volume of the product and whether the product is standardized or customized” (p. 78). Typically, “high-volume products that are standardized will be made on an assembly line, and low-volume customized products will be made using a batch or job shop process” (Schroeder et al., 2011, p. 78). Currently, 85% of eBags product sales are manufactured and drop shipped to customers by…

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    What Is Apple's Alliance?

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    Apple is a company that deals with technology products in America. It is an American multinational cooperation with headquarters located in California. Apple has been establishing business in foreign countries. In order to find a market in India, it formed an alliance with IBM. The alliance was aimed in providing both iPad and iPhone in the Indian market. Apple was aiming to find a way in India and that is the reason it formed the alliance. In forming the alliance Apple considered manufacturing…

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    Alejo, Mycoski’s Argentinian polo teacher partnered with him and volunteered the space so they could have enough to share with people and pitch their idea to potential buyers. Eventually American Rag picked the idea up with the intention of selling both the shoe and the story. Booth Moore a popular fashion writer helped spike the demand for the shoe with an article she wrote for the Los Angeles Times. The idea of 1-for-1 giving was easily sold to the public, but Moore’s article made it public…

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    There are just a few places everyone goes on a regular basis as an adult. That doesn’t include going into a school and the person’s location of work. The supermarket has to be the most visited place on a regular basis for an average person. Most people go a couple times a week. Over the years many studies and observations of people have led to many supermarket management decisions relating to layouts, store design, product placement. The main goal for the supermarket is to create the opportunity…

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    The Target Corporation has found itself supplying its rivals with free advertisement. This is done when the company offers in store tutorials of products sold by company, but the consumers use the “showrooming” to test out the product, but makes its purchase from a lower priced rival. The company feels that they must come up with a way to demonstrate and offer the best quality product, at a competitive sale prices as their rival (Zimmerman, 2012). “As firms collect greater amounts of data about…

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    Response Rate Over Time: Great response rates over time are expected due to the trust you build with these people in such a personal manner. Unless you mess something up big time, loose their trust, annoy them or suddenly stop offering them the insight and knowledge they're looking for, they'll keep reading what you have to say, buying your products, and checking out your recommendations. This is especially useful for inflating the value of your list to your JV circle. Watch what you mail very…

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