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Marketing

The activities that develop an offering in order to satisfy a customer need.

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Need

A state of being where we desire something that we do not possess but yearn to acquire.

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Production orientation

A focus on manufacturing and production quantity in which customers are meant to choose based on what is most abundantly available. First orientation of marketing.

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Sales orientation

Hard selling to the customers, who has greater choice thanks to more competition in the marketplace. Second orientation of marketing.

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Marketing company orientation

A strong emphasis on the marketing concept and development of a more comprehensive approach to understanding the customer. Third orientation of marketing.

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Societal marketing orientation

Looking not only at the customer but expanding marketing efforts to include aspects from the external environment that go beyond a firm's customers, suppliers, and competitors. Fourth orientation of marketing.

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Customer satisfaction

Customers' evaluation of a good or service in terms of whether it has met their needs and expectations.

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Relationship marketing

A strategy that focuses on keeping and improving relationships with current customers. Fifth orientation of marketing.

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Exchange

People giving up one thing to receive another thing they would rather have.

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Customer value

The relationship between benefits and the sacrifice necessary to obtain those benefits.

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Marketing mix

The four Ps of marketing: product, price, place, and promotion.

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Marketing segments

Groups of individuals, families, or companies that are placed together because it is believed that they share similar needs.

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Relationship building

Companies can expand their market share in three ways: attracting new customers, increasing business with existing customers, and retaining current customers.