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Market segmentation is based on an assumption that heterogeneous market can be divided into a number of smaller homogeneous segments. Segmentation approaching allows firms to handle the diversity of market and also provides a strategic base for them to maximize competitive advantage in each segment (Weinstein, 1994). Since the first introduction by (Smith, 1956), market segmentation has been to be popular and be applied in most market analysis processes. Haley (1968) first introduced this approach based on the idea that the benefits people seek in consuming a product are the basic reasons for the heterogeneity in their choice of behavior, and thus for the existence of market segments.
Its state-of-the-art demographic and psychographic segmentation techniques and case studies are completely updated to reflect the latest data and applications. Topics include: the pre-segmented market; physical attributes; statistical software; segmentation resources; developing global market strategies.
Market Segmentation : Using Demographics, Psychographics and Other Niche Marketing Techniques. Select Format: Hardcover. Its state-of-the-art demographic and psychographic segmentation techniques and case studies are completely updated to reflect the latest data and applications.
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The Journal of Segmentation in Marketing, a biannual applied, scholarly journal is a rich outlet of the latest ideas on segmentation & target marketing. Part 1. Segmentation Planning Chapter 1. Market Segmentation: An Overview Chapter 2. Segmentation's Role in the Marketing Plan Chapter 3. Planning the Segmentation Analysis.
Art Ted Weinstein, American marketing professional, educator. Member American Marketing Association, Academy Marketing Science, International Academy Business Disciplines. Weinstein, Art Ted was born on August 18, 1955 in Brooklyn. Son of Jesse and Sylvia Weinstein. Bachelor in Marketing, University South Florida, 1976. Master of Business Administration in Marketing, Florida International University, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, Florida International University, 1991.
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