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Marketing refers to activities a company undertakes to promote the buying or selling of a product, service, or good. It is one of the primary components of business management and commerce. Known as market orientations, they determine how marketers will approach the planning stage of marketing. The marketing mix, which outlines the specifics of the product and how it will be sold,   is affected by the environment surrounding the product,  the results of marketing research and market research ,   and the characteristics of the product's target market. The term marketing, what is commonly known as attracting customers, incorporates knowledge gained by studying the management of exchange relationships   and is the business process of identifying, anticipating and satisfying customers' needs and wants.
Ecommerce managers and online store owners all know the importance of product descriptions. A compelling product description provides customers with details around features, problems it solves and other benefits to help generate a sale. As the shopper browses, they instinctively imagine having each product in hand, using it and enjoying it. Therefore, I like to think of product descriptions as storytelling and psychology , incorporating the elements of both prose writing and journalism. Competition is getting too fierce. It must be great!
A little over a year ago, I decided to take a shot at selling a digital product: I put together a collection of my columns and articles, created PDF and Kindle versions, and did a little marketing. OK, I did no marketing aside from mentioning it in my bio. To my surprise it's sold tens of thousands of copies and, as icing on the revenue cake, helped me land a book deal with Penguin Random House. But that doesn't make me an expert on creating and selling digital products--in fact, far from it. The following is a guest post from Ryan Robinson, an entrepreneur and marketer who teaches people how to create meaningful self-employed careers. A version of this post was originally published on the blog at Selz, the easy-to-use online solution for creative entrepreneurs to sell what they make. By now, you've probably seen how many entrepreneurs are creating extremely profitable businesses for themselves through a foundation of high-margin digital products.
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Before you can begin to sell your product or service to anyone else, you have to sell yourself on it. This is especially important when your product or service is similar to those around you. Very few businesses are one-of-a-kind. Just look around you: How many clothing retailers, hardware stores, air conditioning installers and electricians are truly unique? The key to effective selling in this situation is what advertising and marketing professionals call a "unique selling proposition" USP. Unless you can pinpoint what makes your business unique in a world of homogeneous competitors, you cannot target your sales efforts successfully. Pinpointing your USP requires some hard soul-searching and creativity.
The product and service were inextricably linked—one was worthless without the other. Sales of the DVR would drive a steady revenue stream from subscription fees, and customers wanting […]. Most firms are trying to combine products and services into innovative offerings in an effort to boost revenue and profit streams and balance cash flows. These hybrid solutions can help companies attract new customers and increase demand among existing ones by offering them superior value. Such offerings are commonplace—think Apple the iPod product combined with the iTunes service. Over the past three years, the authors have analyzed more than winning hybrid offerings from a variety of B2B and B2C companies. Their research shows that most companies stumble in at least one of four ways: failure to differentiate, failure to scale, failure to assess markets and prices appropriately, and failure to invest in the brand.
Но когда ТРАНСТЕКСТ расшифровал эти потоки информации, аналитики тут же увидели в них синхронизированный через Интернет отсчет времени. Устройства были обнаружены и удалены за целых три часа до намеченного срока взрыва. Сьюзан знала, что без ТРАНСТЕКСТА агентство беспомощно перед современным электронным терроризмом.
Ну вот и хорошо. Девушка, которую я ищу, может быть. У нее красно-бело-синие волосы.
Ответа не последовало. - Меган. Беккер подошел и громко постучал в дверцу. Тишина.
Как же так? - Сьюзан откинулась на спинку стула.
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