Marketing MixNeil Borden in the year 1953 introduced the term Marketing mix, an extension of the work done by one of his a...
What it is?• A mixture of several ideas and plans followed  by a marketing representative to promote a  particular product...
Elements of Marketing Mix•   Product•   Price•   Place•   Promotioncalled the four P’s of marketing.
1. Product• Goods manufactured by organizations for the  end-users are called products.• Products can be of two types –  –...
Tangible Vs Intangible Product• Tangible goods are things like jewelry,  computers, clothes.• Intangible products on the o...
2. Price• The money which a buyer  pays for a product is  called as price of the  product. The price of a  product is indi...
Why blackberry is getting cheaper?
3. Place• Place refers to the location where the  products are available and can be sold or  purchased
4. Promotion• Promotion refers to the various strategies and  ideas implemented by the marketers to make  the end - users ...
Advertising• Print media, Television, radio are effective  ways to entice customers and make them  aware of the brand’s ex...
Word of mouth• One satisfied customer brings ten more  customers along with him whereas one dis-  satisfied customer takes...
• Now a days, organizations treat their  customers like kings. In the current scenario,  the four C’s has thus replaced th...
four C’s classification.• Commodity - (Replaces Products)• Cost - (Replaces Price) involves manufacturing  cost, buying co...
• Robert F. Lauterborn gave a modernized  version of the four C’s model in the year 1993.  According to him the four C’s o...
Modern four C’s classification.•   Consumer•   Cost•   Convenience•   Communication
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  • We will discuss about MARKETING MIX.This topic I take from managmentstudyguide.comOkey next.
  • Apaitu marketing mix???A mixture of several ideas and plans to promote productCampuran beberapaide danrencana diikuti olehperwakilan pemasaranuntukmempromosikan produktertentu ataumerek yang disebut bauranpemasaran
  • what are the elements of the marketing mixThirdFourthThey can be called with four P’s
  • Barang yang diproduksioleh organisasi untuk penggunaakhir (end-user) yang disebutproduk
  • Tangible product = can be touch, see, useIntangible product = can be service
  • Uang yang digunakanuntukmembayarbarangdisebut “PRICE” hargajugadipasarandisesuaikandenganbanyaknyabarangdantempat.
  • Mengapa blackberrysemakinmurahdibanding tahun2 terakhir. Misalnya 2009 kebawahorangmasihsulitmendapatkansmartphoneini. Inidisebabkanpasar blackberry semakinjatuhdenganadanyaprodukbaru.Yang dimaksudkandisinimengapahargamurahdisebabkanproduksidankebutuhanmasyarakat blackberry semakinberkurang (kecualidiindonesia rata-rata end-user) sehingga blackberry harusmengikutipasardanmautidakmauharusmenurunkanharga agar perusahaannyatidahjatuh.(berikutgrafiknya)
  • Daerahtempatpenjualandisesuaikan. Misalnyajangandi-indonesiaterusdari APPLE datangmenawarkanproduk yang rata2 adalah end-user. Maka APPLE pastitidaklaku. Jaditempatdisesuaikandimanadaerahbutuhdanlayanantersedia.
  • Promotion can be through any of the following ways:Bagaimanamembuat user tau akanproduktersebut.
  • Dari orangkeorang.
  • Marketing mix

    1. 1. Marketing MixNeil Borden in the year 1953 introduced the term Marketing mix, an extension of the work done by one of his associates James Culliton in 1948.http://www.managementstudyguide.com/ marketing-mix.htm
    2. 2. What it is?• A mixture of several ideas and plans followed by a marketing representative to promote a particular product or brand is called “marketing mix”
    3. 3. Elements of Marketing Mix• Product• Price• Place• Promotioncalled the four P’s of marketing.
    4. 4. 1. Product• Goods manufactured by organizations for the end-users are called products.• Products can be of two types – – Tangible Product and – Intangible Product (Services)
    5. 5. Tangible Vs Intangible Product• Tangible goods are things like jewelry, computers, clothes.• Intangible products on the other hand cannot be seen or touched. Things like advice, or music you download from the Internet would be intangible, but the same music would become tangible if placed on a cd.
    6. 6. 2. Price• The money which a buyer pays for a product is called as price of the product. The price of a product is indirectly proportional to its availability in the market. Lesser its availability, more would be its price and vice a versa.
    7. 7. Why blackberry is getting cheaper?
    8. 8. 3. Place• Place refers to the location where the products are available and can be sold or purchased
    9. 9. 4. Promotion• Promotion refers to the various strategies and ideas implemented by the marketers to make the end - users aware of their brand. Promotion includes various techniques employed to promote and make a brand popular amongst the masses.
    10. 10. Advertising• Print media, Television, radio are effective ways to entice customers and make them aware of the brand’s existence.• Billboards, hoardings, banners installed intelligently at strategic locations like heavy traffic areas, crossings, railway stations, bus stands attract the passing individuals towards a particular brand.
    11. 11. Word of mouth• One satisfied customer brings ten more customers along with him whereas one dis- satisfied customer takes away ten more customers. That’s the importance of word of mouth. Positive word of mouth goes a long way in promoting brands amongst the customers.
    12. 12. • Now a days, organizations treat their customers like kings. In the current scenario, the four C’s has thus replaced the four P’s of marketing making it a more customer oriented model.• Koichi Shimizu in the year 1973 proposed a four C’s classification.
    13. 13. four C’s classification.• Commodity - (Replaces Products)• Cost - (Replaces Price) involves manufacturing cost, buying cost and selling cost• Channel - The various channels which help the product reach the target market.• Communication - (Replaces Promotion)
    14. 14. • Robert F. Lauterborn gave a modernized version of the four C’s model in the year 1993. According to him the four C’s of marketing are:
    15. 15. Modern four C’s classification.• Consumer• Cost• Convenience• Communication
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