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    Corporate Responsibility and Marketing Strategies Wanda Joyce McGhee Dr. Malinda Swigart Business 508 July 13, 2014 Corporate Responsibility and Marketing Strategies There is no question that Apple is a remarkable company. In addition to its business turnaround, its innovative design, and its media content and apps, the unadulterated sexiness of all its products makes Apple hard to resist. For me, what isn’t hard to resist, is asking: How can a company that is this extraordinary in other

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    corporate world. Marketing allows companies to face that competition by creating strategic advantages via touch points. These touch points are made to give targeted consumers exposure to companies and their products on multiple platforms such as; store visits, websites, newspapers, magazines, and social networks. Marketers hope that this exposure help consumers to choose their company’s product over other company’s similar products. The online mattress retailer Saatva has made a strong marketing campaign

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    Marketing is an extremely dynamic and challenging field. There are numerous large organizations, medium and small-sized enterprises and self-employed, home-based businesses that engage in marketing and promotional activities that would help them promote their products and services and attract customers. Keeping the number of potential marketers in mind, it is evident that businesses have to create a differential advantage through their marketing activities. Innovation and creativity are two very

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    Marketing strategy of Azercell It is very important for every business to have a marketing strategy. It’s the important tool to attract customers to buy yours product or service. The main aim of marketing strategy is to be sure that your relationship with your customers is strong and long-term, you’ll make a profit on this relationship and, of course, that your product meet the need of customers. Marketing strategy of the company should be flexible, in order to be persistent to the changes in demand

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    Chapter 1 Marketing in Today’s Economy Exercise 1.1 CarsDirect http://www.carsdirect.com 1. Explore the CarsDirect website, including pricing a vehicle of your choice. How successful is CarsDirect in reducing the hassles associated with buying an automobile? 2. Does the design of the CarsDirect website convey confidence and trust in the car buying process? How has CarsDirect answered consumers’ concerns over the lack of a human element in their marketspace? Exercise 1.2 Daytona

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    Dell's Marketing Strategy

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    Company Overview Dell is among the world's leading computer manufacturers that has transformed and diversified into variety of business segments over the years. Products range from Dell PowerEdge servers, Power Vault, Dell EMC storage systems as well as PowerConnect switches for corporate clients. For individuals and professional customers products range from Dell Precision workstations, OptiPlex desktops, Dimension desktops, Inspiron and Latitude notebooks. Apart from these core products, the company

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    companies in marketing has become more intense. Practice effective marketing strategies is very important for most of the companies who want to be successful and to become leaders in marketing. Strategy is part of marketing techniques that combine all the market goals which are the company needs to make a completed plan in order to increase sales and maintain customers (Bennie, 2016). Marketing strategies have been extensively studied in the marketing area. For example, marketing strategy was discussed

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    Purpose and Overview The purpose of this case analysis report for Mistine, direct selling in Thailand Cosmetic Market looks into the marketing strategies focus. The report includes external opportunities and threats as well as strengths that are to be discussed here. The external opportunities include new markets and new product and service development. External threats include growing competition and lower profitability external business risks. The weakness are high prices are possible

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    recognition by consumers escalate to never before seen heights. Because of this brand recognition, it has become important for businesses to design their websites to reflect their overall marketing strategies. This is especially important in the retail world. All retail businesses have a similar overall marketing strategy of generating sales and retaining the customer for future sales. Most of the retail giants still greatly rely on the success of their brick and mortar stores to turn a profit. However

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    Current Marketing Strategy By December 2015, Uber has raised total equity funding of $6.61 billion in 12 rounds from 52 investors (Exhibit 2: Uber’s Investment Rounds) (CrunchBase, 2015). Compared to its seed capital of $200,000, the company has expanded enormously in these few years. Besides its evolving service lines, Uber is actively investing and developing marketing campaigns. This is highly related to Uber’s success in attracting customers, which is the most important revenue stream of the

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