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Bay Area Backlinks – Your Questions About Marketing Mix – BAY AREA BACKLINKS

Bay Area Backlinks – Your Questions About Marketing Mix – BAY AREA BACKLINKS

Ruth asks…

What element of the marketing mix do you think is most critical when positioning products or services to your?

What element of the marketing mix do you think is most critical when positioning products or services to your target market? Why?

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The mix is a bundle of variables which are offered to the customer. These include the product or service itself (its advantages); its availability (the place where and when it is available, delivered or distributed); its image (the way it is promoted) and, of course, the price which should be charged.

These are some of the ingredients which a marketing manager must mix together when optimising a limited amount of resources.

What is the best mix? A marketing manager has to juggle resources and decide on the best marketing mix. Should money be spent or forfeited on: reduced prices? Improved products? New delivery trucks? Or maybe invest all your money in a high risk TV advertising campaign?

Did you recognise the 4 Ps just there? In 1960 Jerome McCarthey presented the 4 Ps to the world. Since then marketing managers around the world have become familiar with them. Can you recall them?

In addition to the 4 Ps, there are other approaches to the mix. These are explored under ‘Different Approaches’ subtopic as shown in the title map.

Richard asks…

How does a company design the proper marketing mix?

Marketing strategy consists of selecting a segment of the market as the company’s target market and designing the proper marketingmix” that meets the needs of that segment. Discuss how this is achieved.

admin answers:

The Marketing Mix is known the elements that make up the marketing process. They include:

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Thomas asks…

How do you create a Target Market and Marketing Mix?

I am creating a new product which is an interactive science and math game to help kids ages 6-12yrs old with their homework. I am trying to come up with a target market besides age and kids who are getting low grades in these subjects and the marketing mix. I so do not understand the Marketing Course and need help with the target market and marketing mix. Please help me since I hae never created a new product marketing plan.

admin answers:

1)Look at the age and gender of the people who use your product. You can do this by surveying the consumers or deciding what age and gender you want to attract to your product.

2)Find out your consumers’ education and income levels. You may be able to market differently to those who have earned a college degree versus those who haven’t and to those who are in a high income bracket versus those who aren’t.

3)Notice the marital status and family life cycle of your target consumers. Find out whether they are single, newlyweds, have been married for many years, or have children or grandchildren. Each type spends money differently.

4)Look at the ethnic and religious background of the people who use your product. This may not make a difference in many cases, and is often good to know.

5)Put all the demographic information into a customer demographic profile. For example, you may find that your target market includes people in their 30s and 40s who graduated from high school, have a middle class income and are married with young children.

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Your Questions About San Francisco Seoul

Your Questions About San Francisco Seoul

Thomas asks…

What are the best skylines in the World for you??

1.Hong Kong
2.New York
11.Kuala Lumpur
18.San Francisco

admin answers:

So many to choose from, but I’ll have to pick
New York, before 9-11

Helen asks…

Which of these cities are safe to travel by yourself?

I’m an australian and im 14 so in say around 10 years time what do you think these cities will be like?
Which of these cities are really nice and safe to travel to?
And which of these should be avoided
San Francisco
San Diego
Los Angeles (greater metropolitan area too)
Santa Fe
El Paso
San Antonio
Washington DC
Atlantic City
Jersey City
New York City (Manhattan)
New Haven
St Paul
Rapid City
Dodge City
Mexico City
Rio De Janeiro
Buenos Aires
Cape Town
St Petersburg
New Delhi
Hong Kong

Thanks lol

admin answers:

I’ll try to answer all I can in the order of places I think are best:

#1) Japan: Anywhere in Japan is very safe. I walked around everywhere as a 14 year old with my little sister.

#2) Philippines: Manila is pretty safe, if you’re intimidated by lots of street vendors maybe go with a friend. No one will hurt you though. I live near there. Oh- and to add to your list, there’s this place in the Philippines called Boracay. It’s a beautiful island, much like a really cheap Hawaii. Haha

#3) New York: I’ve walked around New York City (the Manhattans) before, it’s sort of safe. I say “sort of” because during day with lots of people, it’s pretty safe. I traveled a lot during the day to Times Square and it went fine. I suggest to not walk around at night by yourself, it’s very scary. There’s lots of intimidating people.

#4) I never walked around Hong Kong by myself, but I never thought anything was scary. Even at night, it’s very bright and there’s lots of taxis everywhere.

#5) I haven’t been to Mexico before but from what I’ve heard that goes on there with the bad police and such, I suggest you don’t go there alone. At all.

#6) California: Los Angeles and San Francisco are gang infested places. There’s a lot to do in those areas but I suggest you don’t go there alone, despite having a lot of people there.

But the important thing is to have some native or someone who knows the country or place well wherever you go. Especially if it’s in a foreign language and there’s not many English translations. It especially makes it difficult to order food. Haha

I imagine in ten years time these places would be pretty much the same. Maybe more transportation and in high-tech places like Japan may have even faster bullet trains and cooler gadgets and such.

Have fun traveling! Hope I helped!

Ruth asks…

Flight with 3 stops: what do I need to do?

I’ll be taking a flight with stops for the first time and I don’t know exactly what I need to do. It’s an international flight with 2 stops and I’ll be going from Seoul -> Osaka -> San Francisco -> New York City. My first question is about my ticket. I can get my ticket for my flight, but do I need to get a new ticket when I land in Osaka (stop 1), and then again when I land in San Francisco (stop 2)? If so, how do I do that? Also, I will be changing airlines in San Francisco, so is there anything regarding that that I need to be aware of?
My second question is: What will happen with my luggage? Will it be shipped straight from Seoul to New York City, or will I need to check it? And how would I check it?
These questions might sound dumb, but I want to know what I need to do so I don’t run around like a maniac at the airports trying to figure it out. Thanks.

admin answers:

Well it all depends on if it’s the same plane or if you are actually changing planes in each of the cities. You will be given multiple tickets for each of the legs of your flights. Your checked baggage should be checked all the way through to your last destination unless the customs regulations in that country require you to physically pick up your luggage and then re-check it. Again, no biggy. You’ll know when you get there.

Make sure that each piece of your luggage weighs less than 50 lbs a piece. It’s a HUGE deal in other countries if you are overweight on your luggage. Some places might require it to be even less. Check with your airline. As for changing airlines in San Francisco, it’s not a big deal because you are likely flying with a partner airline as the first one. They will likely still be able to issue you a ticket for that flight too when you first check in. If in doubt, just go directly to the gate and check with them. That way, you’re already waiting for your flight, it won’t hurt.

Pack light. The last thing you want to do is be running through an airport with more than you can carry. I’d limit myself to one carry-on and one rollable checked luggage. I know that sounds harsh, but trust me. I’m speaking from experience and heartache.

George asks…


Is it Tokyo, NYC, London, Paris, Sydney, Melbourne, Dubai, L.A, Miami, Hong Kong, Rome, Amsterdam, Seoul, Rio De Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Singapore, Shanghai, Barcelona, Vancouver, Chicago, Boston, Toronto, San Francisco, Munich, OR ANY OTHER CITY IN THE WHOLE WORLD THAT I HAVE NOT MENTIONED?? LET THE WORLD CITY TRAVEL POLL BEGIN!!

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Laura asks…

where can i get 6/8/09 DBSK tickets?

like in LA or San Francisco but if there are none then in Seoul

admin answers:

Read my other post from your other topic. O_o Plus, Seoul, DBSK isn’t having any concerts in Seoul since their focused in JAPAN right now for the “The Secret Code” Tour. And they’ve already finished their MIROTIC tour. :

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Your Questions About East Bay Marketing

Your Questions About East Bay Marketing

James asks…

Something of intrest to barbados!?

Does barbadians really realize whats going on around them,some of you may not be familiar with the beautiful beaches,but i was born very close to the beach.I have notice now there is no access to the beach after you pass the Holetown police station,the only other access is by the paynes bay fish market,are we as barbadian will continue to shut up and allow ourself to be shut out from our beaches.We will ultimately pay a heavy price for our unwillingness to act,history will not be so kind to us, it will record a free people who had so much and gain nothing of value to our children or grand children,others will rightly say those people never achive anything,we labour not if we cannot labour for our own.The politicans in Barbados continue to fool the public over and over,you hear them saying things like Four Seansons,and many other top class resorts is being built how good it is for the economy (bullshit). How many developments in Barbados allocate funds to improve the surrounding area inhabitated by locals? How many developments seek to improve the lot of those whose areas they invade? They build up to the perimeter of their boundaries,and surround them with high fences.The message is clear,we are here but we are not apart of you.Now there are talking about developing Six Mens St.Peter,my word will not fall The beaches in Barbados is becomming private.I dont have anything against development but how in high heaven could any government allow people to block every access to the beach in a small island like Barbados as far as i can see in the future Bajans will have to bath on the east coast and build houses alon the scotland district.
I agree Subway should set up in Barbados,but to the original topic it is quite difficult to take money out of Barbados so Bajans must realize that when top class hotels are set up here ,there bank accounts are overseas so if you are in any where outside barbados and you book a holiday at a hotel own by outsiders the money does not come into Barbados it remain in their countries

admin answers:

Some people have protested but nothing seems to be done about it. If anything is done they will just leave a path just for you to barely get through.I guess some are the problem are the fault of the Town and Country Planning Department that allow some establishments to come too near to people’s property or block off roads or even build too near to roads. As one person block off their bit the other person will do it too causing confusion. I do not believe that there is anything much that we can do but to live with it. If we are in the respective areas they we can get a petition.

Some of the problems are caused by the non-nationals buying up the west coast and they blocking it off or doping something different to what the plan says. Case in point is the beach erosion on the west coast that is caused by one person blocking the water way higher up that is causing it lower down.

The government needs to monitor all the development and make sure that a beach access is left for the public but money talks and the government value the tourists more than their own people.

Edit: I ain’t got no problem with Subway because that is where I uses to eat in Puerto Rico. They serve some healthy stuff not like Cheffette and all the others that are protesting. All then want to do is to squeeze all the money that they can get out of us that is why I don’t buy any of their expensive products. Occasionally I might indulge but that is not the norm. I always try to analyze the snack box. Two pieces of chicken, a few hard chips, a roll and a bottle bomb that has no nutritional vale and only good for diabetes. You ain’t see Big John trying to out-beat Cheffette and all them is family.

David asks…

realignment in mlb? what do you think?

Well I answered someone elses question w/ the following proposal and wanted to see what you think. I say add two more teams to make it 32 like the nfl, and realign to four divisions in each league…north south east west:

AL East:
New York (A)

AL North:
Chicago (A)

AL South
Tampa Bay
Kansas City
New Franchise # 1 (Maybe San Antonio is the next city in line??)

AL West:
New Franchise #2 (I think Portland would be a good market)

NL East:
New York (N)

NL North:
Chicago (N)
St Louis

NL South:

NL West:
San Francisco
San Diego
Los Angeles

Well I know colorado is out of place, but it cant be perfect. Pitt moves to the east where they can build a rivalry w/ philly. The two new franchises are in the al. What do you guys think?
Well the playoffs can work either two ways: You can expand and have two wild card reps, like the nfl does (Im in favor for post season expansion), or you can have no wild card and have four reps from each division and the format would stay the same, and the team w/ the best record would face the team w/ the worst record among playoff teams in the divisional round
The AL South is very very ugly! TB or KC might actually make the playoffs…to balance it out you could put one of the new franchises in a better division and a more experienced one in the al south
what do you think?
I think the talent level is find…if you add a salary cap and prevent teams such as ny and boston from spending so much money then it would be better. there is a lot of talent in baseball, evident by international signings and expanded minor leagues. There just has to be a playing field and the two new markets could thrive. Or, you can move tampa and florida…
I would just want to add more teams just so there can be an even amount of teams in each division and to see new cities w/ teams
what do you guys think now?

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George asks…

future alignment of the nhl?

the future nhl, i figured it out!
canada east
1) montreal canadians
2) ottawa senators
3) toronto maple leafs
4) quebec nordiques (formerly the columbus blue jackets as of 2014-15)
5) halifax voyageurs (formerly the florida panthers as of 2016-17)
canada west
1) vancouver canucks
2) edmonton oilers
3) calgary flames
4) winnipeg jets (formerly the atlanta thrashers as of 2010-11)
5) hamilton tigers (formerly the phoenix coyoties as of 2011-12)
1) boston bruins
2) new york rangers
3) buffalo sabres
4) new jersey devils
5) philadelphia flyers
east us
1) tampa bay lightning
2) pittsburgh penguins
3) washington capitals
4) new york islanders
5) carolina hurricanes
1) st. louis blues
2) chicago blackhawks
3) nashville predators
4) minnesota wild
5) detroit red wings
1) los angeles kings
2) anaheim ducks
3) san jose sharks
4) colorado avalanche
5) dallas stars

it was nice to try hockey in the south, but most parts must be built to sustain nhl not given it right away, in 2030’s we might be diversed enough to continue expansion in the south but canada deserves hockey, it will help build the mystique of the nhl with passionate fans eagerly waiting for a hometown team to cheer, hooray for hockey, hooray for canada,

eastern conference:
canada east
east us
western conference:
canada west
west us

with the divisions in mind i think they should play games heavily influenced by division and conference, not many inter conference games at all, thats why i think hamilton should be in the west so fans in the area could see every team, sorry fans of florida, atlanta, columbus, and phoenix but honestly i dont think your ready for the nhl, i understand the transplanted fans would be dissapointed, but thats why i think they should all be granted minor league teams and have the nhl built a solid rep through getting involved in the communities, teaching them what hockey is, and building itself fanatics and future players from the ground up. handing them a nhl franchise right away is nice but its like puting a ton of nascar races in canada, growing up in new england and florida i understand both sports fans views, the south is an entity in itself, i understand why more people in the south like college football having a sense of state pride because there states are so damn big, and baseball and basketball because its cheap to play and i never played anything but street hockey cause it was too expensive, and they like their racing, just not much history or passion to watch, understand, or play the game of hockey there. to each his own, with the right determination and effort non hockey markets could make the big leagues, canada loves hockey, they deserve better for their love of the game, major league support coast to coast.


admin answers:

Quebec City had trouble supporting the Nordiques, and the team was in financial trouble, and the Province of Quebec refused to subsidise the team. Not sure if they could support another team now. Another alternative might be to move Columbus to Montreal as the Montreal Maroons.

Charles asks…

How pissed is Fox right now?

Going into the LCS, there were a couple options out there:

National league:
Phillies – strong local fan base, not too much national support, good team, not a huge draw
Dodgers – it’s LA, it’s Manny, etc. etc.
American League:
Tampa – nice underdog story, almost no fan support except for the bandwagon and those who cheer the underdog
Boston – it’s, well… Boston…

Perfect scenario: LA vs Boston. Manny back in Fenway for the World Series. Torre facing the Red Sox again. Boston trying to repeat and create a dynasty. East Coast vs West Coast. Start counting the $$.

What they’re probably going to get: Philadelphia vs Tampa Bay – no really intriguing stories, no rivalries, smaller fan bases, less geographical diversity

If you’re on the Fox marketing team, how are you going to sell this series?
Remember, this is all from a TV marketing standpoint. I don’t care if you love the Phillies or Rays, you can’t deny that the Dodgers and Red Sox both get more national attention, and when you throw in the storylines, it’s by far a better sell for a national TV audience
I agree Scooter, but the fact is, there are a lot of people who aren’t big fans that would watch the Red Sox vs Dodgers, and won’t watch the Phillies and Rays. I’ll watch either way, but they still have to try to bring in the people who aren’t going to watch the Series just because it’s the Series

admin answers:

You are absolutely right. There is a core group of baseball fans that will watch the Series no matter who is playing – probably most of us that take time on YA to talk about baseball fall into this group.

However, the ratings will all depend on the number of casual fans tuning in. Boston – LA with the Manny storyline added in would attract huge numbers of casual fans. Philly-Tampa simply won’t draw them in. Good storylines and an interesting series for the dedicated fan. Nothing flashy enough to attract the casual fan unless it gets to six or seven games.

The home markets are also very important to TV ratings. Philadelphia won’t be a problem – big city with a dedicated fan base that has been starved of championships. Tampa on the other hand cannot even sell out their ALCS games – even with thousands of Red Sox fans pouring in. So, I doubt they will get good ratings on TV either.

As for marketing it…they need to come at it from a history perspective. They can’t sell the teams, so they have to sell the Series. One thing in their favor is the economic crisis. Baseball can be marketed as something consistent, familiar and safe in a time of inconsistency and confusion.

Mandy asks…

Should the MLB expand to 32 teams?

I think that the MLB should consider the above for two reasons. a) so that there will be an even number of teams in every league and division, and b) because I think that there are at least two markets which I think that the MLB could tap into.

Here is what I think that the league should look like upon expansion to 32 teams:

AL East: Boston, N.Y. Yankees, Baltimore, Tampa Bay
AL Central: Toronto, Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago W.S.
AL Midwest: New Orleans (expansion), Minnesota, Kansas City, Texas
AL West: Seattle, Portland (expansion), Oakland, L.A. Angels

NL East: N.Y. Mets, Philadelphia, Washington, Florida
NL Central: Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Chicago Cubs
NL Midwest: Milwaukee, St. Louis, Houston. Denver
NL West: Arizona, San Francisco, L.A. Dodgers, San Diego

The two expansion cities which I have chosen are New Orleans and Portland. I think that New Orleans would be a good city because a) it has a metro of around 1.5 million, and b) there are no other MLB teams nearby. As for Portland, a) it has a metro of around 2 million, and b) they would make a good rivalry with the Mariners.

The divisional format is four divisions with four teams each in both leagues, a la NFL. The two new divisions would be called AL Midwest and NL Midwest. I think that by having the same number of teams in each division, it will erase any advantages or disadvantages of any particular teams making the playoffs.

At present, the teams in the NL Central have less chance of making the playoffs, because the division has six teams, and the AL West teams have more chance of making the postseason because there are only four teams within that division.

The only drawback is that the divisions would have to be realigned, meaning that some existing divisional rivalries would be lost. However, none of the teams would have to switch leagues.

Does anyone agree with the above suggestions, and if not, why?

admin answers:

No – MLB should not expand now or the near future because potential qualified owners would be difficult to locate. Then there’s possible cities where two new teams would be established – including stadiums.

Portland lost it’s AAA team – it wouldn’t be able to support a MLB team.
New Orleans is a AAA size metropolitan area.

MLB needs to direct its attention to some of the smaller market teams now struggling financially – Rays and Marlins; Royals and A’s could also fit in that group.

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