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    but it does not seek only to improve and consolidate the links between the customers. Therefore, the company is a set of resources, which allow him to be continuously informed about the evolution of its business environment and this can only succeed through marketing…

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    Understanding Marketing and Customer Relationships Jeremy Lisenbe MKT421 November 15, 2017 Roger Houthoofd Understanding Marketing and Customer Relationships Introduction An article in the Journal of Marketing stated that “understanding and managing customer relationships is fundamental to marketing. Accordingly, firms spend in excess of $12 billion annually on customer relationship management, in efforts to understand how to target and sell to customers across various relationship…

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    1.1: Explain the basis on which the need for marketing stakeholder relationships are identified and prioritised Marketing and stakeholder relationships are identified when the relationship is beneficial to the organisations business goals. These stakeholders could be internal such as colleagues and management or they could be external such as shareholders and customers. Prioritisation is identified based on what stakeholder relationship is more beneficial to the organisation than others. These…

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    Relationship Marketing Relationship marketing means marketing activities that are aimed at developing and managing trusting and long term relationships with larger customers. Heinz company does not restrict itself to a particular region or country or to a particular age group the whole world is a customer. The purpose of this is so it will appeal to all customers and not just some individuals. Brand Building Brand building is enhancing a brand directly through advertising campaigns and…

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    vii. Relationship Marketing- It is the most vital technique. Rather than trying to sell our service outside we will concentrate on building associations with our customers. So-that, we can retain our existing customers for a long run. It will make the company sustain for a long time. Along with this, we will also give lucrative offers for our new customers to attract them. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Customers relationship management (CRM) is a term that refers to practices,…

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    As a logical result of the appearance of the concept "Relationship Marketing" since the 1920s, the concept "Customer Relationship Management" (CRM) has been brought to attention in late nineties, especially among the academics and practitioners,. The new concept has directed the attention towards various vital aspects, including the necessity of direct relationship between customers and marketers, the importance of keeping current customers, as well as the inevitability of building long-term…

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    (Lee et al 2005). The latter is a great example of relationship marketing, not only does it reward returning consumers with ‘point' that maybe exchanged for goods or holidays, but it does so by bringing together several partner organizations including Sainsbury's, Debenhams and BP. Some theorists such as Peppers and Rogers (1993), Lynch and Mitchell (1997) claim that although they make sense, they are essentially just another costly marketing promotion, based on the fact that competitors would…

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    In 21st century, modern technology is developed fast and fast. Increasingly numbers of using technology in the workplace nowadays. Using of modern technology in the service in order to help customer becomes popular in the marketing. Also, managing technologies for providing high-quality customer supports creates a complex challenge (Froehle, 2006). To understand how to use the technology properly in the service for the sake of improving customers’ satisfaction is one of the issue of lots of…

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    A key challenge for researchers is to identify and understand how managerially controlled antecedent variables influence important relationship marketing outcomes (e.g., customer loyalty and word-of-mouth communication). Relational benefits, which have a focus on the benefits consumers receive apart from the core service, and relationship quality, which focuses on the overall nature of the relationship, represent two approaches to understanding customer loyalty and word of mouth.This integrates…

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    1. Introduction The purpose of this essay is to analyse the marketing issue that have been identified in the chosen article. The article chosen titled “Building True Customer Loyalty, One Customer At A Time” written by Micah Solomon, discusses the importance of customer loyalty to a firm. The article conveys that it is crucial to build long-term relationships with customers because loyal customers will have a positive impact on any firm’s bottom line. In marketing, this concept is known as…

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