Before launching a product or service, the company conducts a survey and tries to figure out who are the potential customer for the said product or service. These customers basically form the target market for the company. The company then focus more on its taste and selection criteria to further design the product or service.
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Market Segmentation is a criterion on which basis the target market of a business is divided. The population is distributed under several categories and then looked upon separately. Market Segmentation helps a business to know the exact behavioural pattern of its target market.
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There are numerous brand present in the market with the same product or service. Standing out of the line and being the first choice of at least 50% of the target group is an achievement, but a tough task too. To achieve this tough target, the companies use Market Positioning strategy to have the maximum number of customers.
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Reading case studies is the best way to understand a concept and use it for self. Market positioning has widely been used by several companies to attract more of the target group. Here are a few examples of Market positioning. Read:
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