Neil 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.
Marketing Mix - A mixture of several ideas and plans followed by a marketing representative to promote a particular product or brand is called marketing mix. Several concepts and ideas combined together to formulate final strategies helpful in making a brand popular amongst the masses form marketing mix.
Elements of Marketing Mix
The elements of marketing mix are often called the four P’s of marketing.
Goods manufactured by organizations for the end-users are called products.
Products can be of two types - Tangible Product and Intangible Product (Services)
An individual can see, touch and feel tangible products as compared to intangible products.
A product in a market place is something which a seller sells to the buyers in exchange of money.
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.
Retail stores which stock unique products (not available at any other store) quote a higher price from the buyers.
Place refers to the location where the products are available and can be sold or purchased. Buyers can purchase products either from physical markets or from virtual markets. In a physical market, buyers and sellers can physically meet and interact with each other whereas in a virtual market buyers and sellers meet through internet.
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.
Promotion can be through any of the following ways:
Print media, Television, radio are effective ways to...
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