MARKET SEGMENTATION MARKET SEGMENTATION TYPES OF MARKETS TYPES OF MARKETS BUSINESS MARKET BUSINESS MARKET GOVERNMENT MARKET GOVERNMENT MARKET.

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  • MARKET SEGMENTATION MARKET SEGMENTATION TYPES OF MARKETS TYPES OF MARKETS BUSINESS MARKET BUSINESS MARKET GOVERNMENT MARKET GOVERNMENT MARKET CONSUMER MARKET CONSUMER MARKET MARKET SEGMENTATION VARIABLE MARKET SEGMENTATION VARIABLE GEOGRAPHIC SEGMENTS GEOGRAPHIC SEGMENTS DEMOGRAPHIC SEGMENTS DEMOGRAPHIC SEGMENTS PSYCHOGRAPHIC SEGMENTS PSYCHOGRAPHIC SEGMENTS BEHAVIORAL SEGMENTS BEHAVIORAL SEGMENTS
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  • Marketing segmentation is the process of aggregating individuals and businesses along similar characteristics that pertain to the use, consumption, or benefits of a product or service. The result of market segmentation is groups of customers called market segments.
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  • If internet users behave different at work than at home, marketers can capitalized on these difference by targeting each as a separate segment. Go Back
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  • Business market Government market Consumer market
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  • It involves the market of products to businesses, government and institutions for use in the business operation, as components in the business products. The online B2B(business to business) marketing is huge because a higher proportion of companies are connected to the internet than consumers, especially in developing countries. Much of the B2B online activity is transparent to consumers. Go Back
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  • Businesses wishing to sell to governments face challenges unique to this market. The government agencies have many rules for suppliers to follow regarding qualifications, paper work and so on. The government agencies are generally particular about timely delivery of quality products at reasonable prices. The good news is that small and large businesses usually have equal chance of selling to government. Go Back
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  • The consumer market involves marketing goods and services to the end consumer. Go Back
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  • Geographic segments Demographic segments Psychographic segment Behavioral segment Go Back
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  • Product distribution strategy is a driving force behind geographic segmentation. A consumer goods online retailers, such as buy.com, we want to reach only customers in countries where it distributes products. Important geographic segments for e- marketing are: Languages on web pages Local marketing Go Back
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  • Demographic comes out from the word demography which means study of population. As people age their needs and wants change, some organizations develop specific products aimed at particular age groups for example nappies for babies, toys for children, clothes for teenagers and so on. Gender segmentation is commonly used within the cosmetics, clothing and magazine industry. Go Back
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  • User psychographics includes personality, values, lifestyle, activities, interests and opinion(AIO).for example: Lifestyle groups Mobile High valued house/flat Good Salary Young branded car Go Back
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  • To commonly use behavioral segmentation variables are benefits sought and product usage. It divides buyers in to groups based on there knowledge, attitudes, uses or responses to a product. Many marketers believe that behavior variables are the best starting point for building market segments. Go Back
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