What does the production department of a company do?
communicate with customers who purchased the product
promote the product or service
make the product or provide the service
d. research competing products to set a price
select the best answer from the choices provided
Viral marketing is a form of marketing where information about a product or brand is made to spread very quickly among a consumers within a short period of time, with the aim that the popularity of the product would increase sales. In viral marketing the company is not directly involved in communicating with their customers, but rather communication is done on their behalf.
The difference between social media monitoring and private communities is that in social media research the data already exists and is not created by interaction with researchers.
This data referred to as secondary data, i.e. Data which is gathered by individual who is somebody other than the researcher.
therefore the correct option in this case is (c)
(A)Purpose and values
a. Purpose and values
Mission is defined as a term use to describe the target of the company. Basically it delivers the the purpose of any task, further with it the company defines the values with which the target and the purpose is to be achieved.
As with the mission defined there shall be the process also to achieve such plan.
Accordingly, the correct option is purpose and values.
Since the profit making and profit plan is also a part but not the mission. In business terms purpose is wealth maximization and not just profit making.
Therefore, correct option is:
a. Purpose and values.
thats what a mission statement is
C) Technology allows companies to communicate more easily with people worldwide and for innovations to spread.
If we go back 20 years ago (it may seem a lot of time but it isn't) our world was totally different. The internet has changed our world completely.
Back then the fax was the fastest way of sending documents and you had to depend on not so dependable phone companies to communicate.
Imagine how your life would be without the internet (even without a smartphone), and that applies to businesses also.
c. Creating a global marketing plan is a complex task.
It is correct to say that creating a global marketing plan is a complex task.
There are several barriers that can spell failure if the international company's strategy is poorly planned.
Therefore, the ideal is to research in depth about the new market to which the organization intends to enter.
In addition to legally adapting to local legislation, the company must analyze and plan to generate local interest in its products and services.
This requires market research that seeks to identify your target audience, what are their particularities, preferences, characteristics and needs.
The set of variables in the marketing mix: price, product, place and promotion, should also be adapted to the location where the company is located, the key to success is adaptation and the strategy aligned with the location.
Steven and Soumya are salespeople who work for the same jewelry company. They communicate with each other, share a common identity, and have a common goal, but they are individually accountable for their work. Steven and Soumya could be part of a work group.
A work group is a group of two or more individuals in an organization who interacts with one another and share similar or interrelated task goals.
Steven and Soumya are both sales persons in the same firm and share similar or interrelated task, they interact and have common goals, these are qualities of individuals in a work group. They can be said to be in or can be in a work group.
the cladogram shown here shows similarities and differences among several classes of vertebrates. anatomically, the four have limb structure as their common ancestor. we might separate the mammals from the other three classes because they a) divergent; do not lay eggs b) identical; are warm-blooded c) varied; a four chambered heart d) homologous; have mammary glands
the correct answer is d
communicate with customers who purchased...