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Meanwhile, in addition to the 4P above, booms & Bitner has added more to the mix sediaada 3P namely People, Process and Physical Evidence. Regular briefing to the additional 3P are as follows:
- People: the human factor (which is involved directly & indirectly) in the delivery of products on the market aktiviti inappropriate excluded. Role kakitangan aktiviti running various marketing related to serve as a strategy. By the initiative of the aspects of skill, ability and expertise of the workers and the management of the industry should also pay attention in improving keupayaan marketing strategy.
- Process: The process / work flow and procedures including referral to coincide for each aktiviti an element that will determine keberkesanan and the triumph of marketing. By that, It is also is a strategic initiative to incorporate elements of industrial sesebuah ‘process’ it into its marketing strategies.
- Physical Evidence: The ability and industry in the delivery perkhidmatan keupayaan paired must necessarily correspond with the market in which perkhidmatan persekitaran given. It will increase again keberkesanan in communicating and implementing the delivery of products, typical in aspect to the user satisfaction targets.
A marketing strategy can serve as the foundation of a marketing plan. A marketing plan contains a set of specific actions required to successfully implement a marketing strategy. For example: “Use a low cost product to attract consumers. Once our organization, via our low cost product, has established a relationship with consumers, our organization will sell additional, higher-margin products and services that enhance the consumer’s interaction with the low-cost product or service.”
A strategy consists of a well thought out series of tactics to make a marketing plan more effective. Marketing strategies serve as the fundamental underpinning by marketing plans designed to fill market needs and reach marketing objectives. Plans and objectives are generally tested for measurable results.
A marketing strategy often integrates an organization’s marketing goals, policies, and action sequences (tactics) into a cohesive whole. Similarly, the various strands of the strategy , which might include advertising, channel marketing, internet marketing, promotion and public relations can be orchestrated. Many companies cascade a strategy throughout an organization, by creating strategy tactics that then become strategy goals for the next level or group. Each one group is expected to take that strategy goal and develop a set of tactics to achieve that goal. This is why it is important to make each strategy goal measurable.
Marketing strategies are dynamic and interactive. They are partially planned and partially unplanned. See strategy dynamics.