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Market Segmentation [electronic resource] : How to Do it and How to Profit from it

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781118432679Publication details: New York : Wiley, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9781118432747
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: No title; Print version:: Market Segmentation : How to Do it and How to Profit from itDDC classification:
  • 658.802
LOC classification:
  • HF5415.127 .M398 2013
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Contents:
Market Segmentation: How to Do It and How to Profit From It; Copyright; Contents; Foreword; Preface and acknowledgements; An important note to the reader from the authors; Deciding on which track you need; Interpretation; List of figures; List of tables; 1: Market segmentation - the bedrock of successful marketing; Perception is everything; The state of marketing; Resolving the confusion about marketing; The central role of market segmentation; Definition of market segmentation; Segmentation process summary; Developing segments; Prioritizing and selecting segments
3: Fast tracking through the segmentation processProcess structure; Phase 1 - Developing segments; Determining the scope of a segmentation project; Portraying how a market works and identifying decision-makers; Developing a representative sample of different decision-makers; Accounting for the behavior of decision-makers; Forming market segments out of like-minded decision-makers; Phase 2 - Prioritizing and selecting segments; Determining the attractiveness of market segments; Assessing company competitiveness and the portfolio matrix; Chapter 3 review
4: Determining the scope of a segmentation projectGeographic scope; Defining markets; Developing the market definition; Whose needs are being defined?; Ensuring the definition is meaningful to your company; Markets and strategic business units (SBUs); Defining markets - conclusions; Sizing the specified market; Process check; Further examples; Exercises; Reference; 5: Portraying how a market works and identifying decision-makers; Constructing your market map; Getting started; Initial quantification of the market map; Adding junction types; Market maps in the tabular form
Market leverage points'Shared' decision-making; 'Cumulative' decision-making; Selecting the junction to be segmented; To include or exclude non-leverage groups; Testing current views about segments: preliminary segments; Sizing preliminary segments; Process check; Further examples; Exercises; 6: Developing a representative sample of different decision-makers; The components of a 'micro-segment'; Price; Developing micro-segments; Getting micro-segments up and running; Managing micro-segments - keeping control; Key discriminating features (KDFs); Key discriminating feature guidelines
Marketing objectives and strategiesChapter 1 review; References; 2: Preparing for segmentation - additional guidelines for success; Objective of this book; Segmentation archetypes in companies; Company archetypes; Case studies conclusion; Classifying market segmentation in organizations; Classification conclusion; Organizational structure; The 'postmodern' customer; International market segmentation; Segmentation team; Data for segmentation; Rules for segmentation; The advantages of segmentation; Segmentation case histories; Case history conclusion; Chapter 2 review; References
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Market Segmentation: How to Do It and How to Profit From It; Copyright; Contents; Foreword; Preface and acknowledgements; An important note to the reader from the authors; Deciding on which track you need; Interpretation; List of figures; List of tables; 1: Market segmentation - the bedrock of successful marketing; Perception is everything; The state of marketing; Resolving the confusion about marketing; The central role of market segmentation; Definition of market segmentation; Segmentation process summary; Developing segments; Prioritizing and selecting segments

3: Fast tracking through the segmentation processProcess structure; Phase 1 - Developing segments; Determining the scope of a segmentation project; Portraying how a market works and identifying decision-makers; Developing a representative sample of different decision-makers; Accounting for the behavior of decision-makers; Forming market segments out of like-minded decision-makers; Phase 2 - Prioritizing and selecting segments; Determining the attractiveness of market segments; Assessing company competitiveness and the portfolio matrix; Chapter 3 review

4: Determining the scope of a segmentation projectGeographic scope; Defining markets; Developing the market definition; Whose needs are being defined?; Ensuring the definition is meaningful to your company; Markets and strategic business units (SBUs); Defining markets - conclusions; Sizing the specified market; Process check; Further examples; Exercises; Reference; 5: Portraying how a market works and identifying decision-makers; Constructing your market map; Getting started; Initial quantification of the market map; Adding junction types; Market maps in the tabular form

Market leverage points'Shared' decision-making; 'Cumulative' decision-making; Selecting the junction to be segmented; To include or exclude non-leverage groups; Testing current views about segments: preliminary segments; Sizing preliminary segments; Process check; Further examples; Exercises; 6: Developing a representative sample of different decision-makers; The components of a 'micro-segment'; Price; Developing micro-segments; Getting micro-segments up and running; Managing micro-segments - keeping control; Key discriminating features (KDFs); Key discriminating feature guidelines

Marketing objectives and strategiesChapter 1 review; References; 2: Preparing for segmentation - additional guidelines for success; Objective of this book; Segmentation archetypes in companies; Company archetypes; Case studies conclusion; Classifying market segmentation in organizations; Classification conclusion; Organizational structure; The 'postmodern' customer; International market segmentation; Segmentation team; Data for segmentation; Rules for segmentation; The advantages of segmentation; Segmentation case histories; Case history conclusion; Chapter 2 review; References

What, where, when and how