Do you know how important marketing is to set up a business and what are its laws?
Without good marketing the value of product is zero. If your product quality is best and is fulfilling the requirements of the customers but no one knows about it then what is the use of making it. To sell the product in the market and make the people aware of it we have to do a good marketing and by doing advertising.
Marketing is about sending the right message, to the right person, at the right time.
Marketing is not just about selling, it is also about keeping an existing customer happy by communicating with them so that they can remain a customer for life. This is called MASS TRUST
Marketing is the process of interesting potential customers and clients in your products and/or services. The key word in this marketing definition is “process”; marketing involves researching, promoting, selling, and distributing your products or services.
That’s why it is said “Marketing is based on science and not on creativity”.
Marketing starts before creating the product. It starts with understanding the customer and customers’ needs that leads to creating a product that fits.
Marketing is the process of getting people interested in your company’s product or service. This happens through market research, analysis, and understanding your ideal customer’s interests. Marketing pertains to all aspects of a business, including product development, distribution methods, sales, and advertising
Marketing is a game of perception. Product is rooted in reality.
It is very important that we should never let marketing become more important than the product. A great product sells itself e.g. The product of APPLE, Samsung are the best brands, we don’t have to look how the quality of product is, how the company is, the name speaks itself we just go and buy.
A great product converts your customers into brand ambassadors. Word of mouth marketing is the best channel of marketing ever.
The purpose of marketing is to research and analyze your consumers all the time, conduct focus groups, send out surveys, study online shopping habits, and ask one underlying question: “Where, when, and how does our consumer want to communicate with our business?”