In Pursuit of Generation X
4/4/2011 International School of Management: Class of 2011 - 2012 Susan Priti
This case analysis is written with the intention to peel each layer of the Case written by the Thunderbird School of Management. The analysis is divided into 4 parts. 1. The nuances of Viral Marketing: This section aims to identify what is Viral Marketing, its absolute definition and explanation of how it differs from the traditional marketing concepts that began in this age. 2. Evaluation of Terry Tate’s commercials: There is a clear evaluation of each commercial of Terry Tate, and what was the impact of these videos to the consumers and its outcomes. 3. Traditional indicators of Advertising Effectiveness: Here I have attempted to talk about the traditional indicators of what makes an Advertisement a grand success. How do these indicators get related when we talk about a concept about Viral Marketing? 4. Will Viral marketing be the best way to communicate to the Generation X shoppers? : This section looks at what Gen X shoppers want. And how can Viral marketing be the answer to their needs. Hope you enjoy reading this case analysis, as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Regards, Susan Priti
Viral Marketing – The Nuances
Marketing is the process of interesting potential customers and clients in a company’s products and/or services.1 The key word in this marketing definition is "process"; marketing involves researching, promoting, selling, and distributing these products or services. For a long time now, we have been used to marketing campaigns that used to be either in Print media or more recently through advertisements on our television sets into our home. Marketing by itself tends to show the future of an organization, whether they want to go all out and talk and entice their present and new customers to buy their products, or do they believe that just with the right packaging of the product, (strategically in the... [continues]
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