MKT 421 Week 1 Discussion Emerging Competitors


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MKT 421 Week 1 Discussion Emerging Competitors

Post a total of 3 substantive responses over 2 separate days˙for full participation. This˙includes your initial˙post˙and 2 replies˙to other students.

Due Thursday

Respond to˙any one˙of the following in a minimum of 175 words by replying to one of the threads below:

How can a company?s marketing team ensure they identify newly emerging competitors quickly so the team can plan and execute an effective marketing strategy in response to these competitors?

What is customer relationship management (CRM)? How would you define it? How does VALUE relate to CRM?

How does your company?s mission statement influence marketing decisions?˙(If you do not work for a company or don?t know the mission statement, choose a company that you do know their mission statement and use that.)

Over the past many years, I have developed the following as some important rules/criteria as guidelines for marketers. I thought this might be a good time to share it with you, and get your thoughts. Please review the following and let me know if you have any questions or comments. What is your favorite one?

The Ten Commandments of Marketing

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Know Thy Customers
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Know Thy Competition
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III.˙˙˙Thou Shalt Have˙the˙Most Differentiating˙USP

The Marketer Shall Covet a Marketing Orientation Through Communication
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Market Segmentation is Vital
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VII.˙˙Thou Shalt Maximize Integrated Marketing

VIII.˙Measure, Track, Control and Adjust

Thou Shalt ?Sponge and Plum?
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Thou Shalt Steal What Other Have˙Used Successfully

Due Monday

Reply to at least two of your classmates. Be constructive and professional in your

responses.

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