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Students Will Review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in a marketing strategies unit of a standard marketing course. Topics include:
- Reverse, frontal and flank attack strategies in marketing
- Growth hacking techniques, strategies and case studies
- The concept of service inseparability in marketing
- Marketing development strategy
- The rules of permission-based email marketing
- The differences between soft launches and hard launches in marketing
- Customer advocacy programs
- Examples of customization
- The razor blade business model
- Benefits of personalized marketing
1. Attack Strategies in Marketing: Frontal & Flank
Should you attack your competitor head-on or complete a sneak attack around the side? That's the subject of this lesson featuring popular marketing attack strategies, frontal and flank. We'll explore both in this lesson.
2. What is Growth Hacking in Marketing? - Definition & Examples
When is a hacker a good thing? When it's a catalyst for growth through marketing! In this lesson, we'll define with growth hacking in marketing is and look at a few brands who have successfully employed it.
3. Growth Hacking Case Studies
How do you grow a business quickly, using unconventional tactics that cost little or no money? In this lesson, we'll take a look at a few examples of businesses that implemented growth hacking to take it to the next level.
4. Service Inseparability in Marketing: Definition & Example
Just like you and your BFF are inseparable, there are times when the production and consumption of an experience cannot be separated. In this lesson, you'll learn more about service inseparability in marketing.
5. Permission Based Email Marketing: Definition & Rules
In this lesson, we learn about permission-based email marketing and why it is essential for every business. We then cover some of the rules of permission-based email marketing and review some of the laws regulating the industry.
6. Soft Launch vs. Hard Launch in Marketing
Are you trying to go quietly or make a big splash? In this lesson, you'll figure out which is which in the soft launch versus hard launch debate. We'll explore the strategy and benefits behind each concept.
7. Soft Launch in Marketing: Strategy & Definition
In this lesson, we learn about a soft launch in marketing for new products or services. We also cover the strategy behind a soft launch including creating buzz, getting feedback, testing infrastructure, and determining effective promotions.
8. What is Customer Advocacy? - Meaning, Program & Marketing
Customer advocacy starts with great experiences and ends with word-of-mouth marketing. In this lesson, you'll learn more about what customer advocacy is and the importance of a formal advocacy program.
9. What is Customerization? - Definition & Example
What is customerization? Is it different than customization? What value does customerization bring to the company? What value does it bring to the customer? Find answers to these questions by taking this exciting course.
10. Razor Blade Business Model: Definition & Strategy
The Razor Blade Model tends to give away or deeply discount a core product, with hopes that consumers will purchase the more expensive dependent products. In this lesson, we'll take a closer look at this business model.
11. Personalized Marketing: Strategy & Benefits
Personalized marketing is a one-on-one approach to reaching consumers with a brand's message. In this lesson, we'll look at personalized marketing in-depth, how it works, and what benefits it provides to businesses.
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