Microfinance Gateway: CGAP SIRC Homepage: Practitioners' Corner: Marketing for Trust:

  • . Segmented promotion better targets marketing resources and responds to the preferences of different clients.
  • . Case: As MFIs first started focusing on demand, market responsiveness was assumed to mean offering a wide array of products.
  • . Rather than creating different products for different market segments, CBB segments its promotion.
  • . Different types of clients respond to different marketing techniques.
  • . While this type of marketing is key to attracting large-balance deposits, it would likely not be cost-effective for attracting small-balance deposits.
  • . In soft advertising, the bank provides a local radio station with information it considers interesting to the market, and the radio announcer is commissioned to present this information in a way that is appealing to its listeners.

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  • . Their target market includes small farmers, petty traders, and poor active women micro-entrepreneurs, living in particular sections of the capital.
  • . Upon the completion of the campaign, every member credit union of the network will get a CD containing the theater sketches and videos produced for the campaign, as well as other supporting marketing collateral, in order to help each of the credit unions as they organize their own set of activities following the campaign.

    Internet Marketing
  • internet marketing internet marketing Internet marketing is by far the fastest growing advertising method for all companies in this day and age.
  • . The dealing with internet marketing solutions have to keep themselves updated daily to keep up with the competition and the pace set by new products being introduced.
  • . With your company being involved in internet marketing promotions you will have seen the rewards of successful internet marketing strategies and the profits gained by little work once the campaign has been finalised and launched.
  • . Internet search engine marketing can be complicated due to the many options available when dealing with online media solutions.
  • . Through my experience in dealing with internet marketing I have outlined below a few tips for the inexperienced of advertising your business online.
  • . I have kept the layout as simple as possible so new businesses advertising their business online can grasp the ultimate internet marketing solution .
  • . Internet Marketing Choices There are so many internet marketing companies advertising on the internet, carrying out online marketing solutions that it is difficult to choose which internet marketing company to trust to do your search engine marketing.

    Beef Quality Corner - Cull Cow Marketing
  • Beef Quality Corner - Cull Cow Marketing Livestock Update, October 2001 Bill McKinnon, Extension Animal Scientist, Marketing, VA Tech As autumn and the traditional cull cow marketing season approaches, it is time to begin planning the marketing of cull breeding stock.
  • . The 1999 National Market Cow and Bull Quality Audit identified several areas in which producers leave potential dollars on the table when selling cull breeding stock.
  • . Either the industry as a whole must correct the magnitude of the defects to achieve higher live prices or the individual might want to explore the potential of marketing culls on a carcass value basis.
  • . One phase of the 1999 National Market Cow and Bull Quality Audit was a strategy workshop of representatives from each segment of the beef industry.
  • . The strategy workshop developed four directives for producers to improve the quality and value of market cows and bulls.
  • . Recognize and Maximize the Value of Your Market Cows and Bulls.
  • . The use of special slaughter cattle sales or group marketing of load lots of culls can add value to the cattle.


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    Poetry Corner - The Market Place
  • Poetry Corner THE MARKETPLACE is committed to making listings as complete as possible.
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  • . Johnson Hello everyone and welcome to THE MARKETPLACE! This column is a regularly appearing feature for Author Network.
  • . As you journey down the bumpy, but very gratifying road of publication, it is my hope as markets columnist that you will find my series of articles to be useful, for I will be listing in each column, places where you can sell your poetry.
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    Media Analyst - Entertainment Industry Market - Media Industry Analysis
  • . Currrent features AdWeek Last year's broadcast upfront market took about two weeks to complete.
  • . Mediaweek At first glance, the looming upfront advertising marketplace looks as if it will be a tough one for the broadcast networks.
  • . Marketing y Medios During the upfronts for the two top Spanish-language media companies in the U.S., Univision and Telemundo, there was a definite air of safeguarding, as evidenced by uniformed officers at every turn and high-security check-ins.
  • . Telcos are entering uncharted territory as they move into execution mode for launching the converged "on demand" mass-market services talked about for years.
  • . Market Metrics Online commerce As retails channels and technologies proliferate, online content sales continue to increase.

    STVP Educators Corner
  • * * | Welcome, Guest | Search Quick Links Topics Collections Role of Market Research Part 17 of 22 Handspring Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Lectures 2002-10-23 3 min.
  • . ID: 55 Description: What is the role of market research? How do you know when to listen to customers, and when to follow your intuition and vision for the future? Hawkins shares his story of graffiti, handwriting recognition and the intuitive leap of using a keyboard to show that users can and will adopt to new technology.
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  • * * | Welcome, Guest | Search Quick Links Topics Collections Crossing the Chasm Harper Perennial 2002-08-20 256 pages ID: 815 Description: High-Tech Marketing Expert Identifies the Greatest Challenge Facing New Ventures and Shows How to Address It Every year, according to high-tech marketing expert Geoffrey Moore, millions of dollars invested in high-tech entrepreneurial ventures are lost trying to "cross the chasm" from early market success to mainstream market leadership.
  • . Moore, President of Geoffrey Moore Consulting, identifies and addresses the key challenges facing such ventures in the long-awaited paperback edition of Crossing the Chasm: How to Win Mainstream Markets for Technology Products.
  • . Targeted at venture capitalists, product managers, and tech marketers, Moore's book identifies a fundamental flaw in the standard high-tech marketing model, which postulates smooth sales growth through a series of well-defined, ever-larger markets.
  • . In fact, says Moore, there are really two, fundamentally separate phases in the development of any high-tech market: an early phase that builds from a few, highly visible, visionary customers; and a mainstream phase, where the buying decisions fall predominantly to pragmatists.

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    Japanese company moves to corner nanotechnology market
  • . The new US corporation will market fullerene products under the brand name ‘Nanom.' Frontier Carbon Corporation America will offer a range of products: Nanom Mix (mixed fullerenes, including C60 and C70); Nanom Purple (pure C60); Nanom Spectra (tailor-made, chemically functionalized fullerenes); and mixtures of fullerenic materials with unique properties.
  • . FCC says that it started delivering Fullerene samples at prices 10 times lower than those prevailing in the market in February 2002.

    Internet marketing - CEO Corner -
  • . Now Perth is a very different market to the rest of the country.
  • . The market is on fire.
  • . Posted by Simon at 01:51 PM | May 17, 2006 The power of viral marketing We have all heard about viral marketing and have seen some great results.
  • . So, in partnership with and propertyfinder, decided to try the same viral marketing campaign.
  • . Viral marketing is certainly the way of the future.
  • . What I like most about this site is that it relates perfectly to the market, Queenslanders and those migrating to Queensland.
  • . By clearly understanding its role in the market, is a great example of how to serve many masters.
  • . This was a record month and shows that online marketing is growing from strength to strength.
  • . Site Unique Browsers 2, 887, 336 1, 240, 459 146, 898 142, 131 Total 4, 416, 824 Source: Nielsen//NetRatings, Omniture Posted by Simon at 11:00 PM | March 31, 2006 Dot Boom - The Rise and Rise of Online Advertising Around the world online advertising continues to grow with more and more of the marketing spend moving online.

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  • . What I like most about this site is that it relates perfectly to the market, Queenslanders and those migrating to Queensland.
  • . By clearly understanding its role in the market, is a great example of how to serve many masters.
  • . An RSS News Feed (provided by Google) provides information about the Market.
  • . 3 feature properties instantly showcase some available stock (being able to see multiple images for each listing on the homepage is a nice touch), and consumers can also sign up for Newsletters, email alerts and all other online marketing tools which today are fast becoming standard.


    Analyst Corner - A Marketing Perspective on the Proposed Microsoft Split-up - Analyst Corner - CIO

  • Free Newsletters CIO Insider updates CIO Enterprise Strategy how-to CIO Leader Management tips E-mail address: > > > A Marketing Perspective on the Proposed Microsoft Split-up A Marketing Perspective on the Proposed Microsoft Split-up Advertisers While the financial community continues to speculate on the financial implications of a forced split-up of Microsoft by the Justice Department, we believe that the software market implications are worthy of a discussion in their own right.
  • . Without speculating if and when a split-up will happen, let us simply assume that Microsoft will indeed be split into two separate companies: one that develops and markets operating systems, and one that develops and markets applications and tools.
  • . This would reinforce and increase the appeal of a Windows-based platform and thus augment the overall market presence of the Windows operating system family.
  • . In the second place, extending the platform support of Microsoft's applications and tools such as SQL Server and the Office Suite to additional operating systems would increase their overall market share at the expense of current competitors.

    Analyst Corner - Catching the Wave of Microsoft CRM - Analyst Corner - CIO
  • . Instead of fighting it, CRM vendors should capitalize on the market opportunities that Microsoft’s presence and marketing dollars will create.
  • . More than a year in the making, Microsoft is executing on what can be considered Phase 2 of its e-business application strategy by entering the CRM market.
  • . The wheels were set in motion at the end of 2000 when Microsoft first announced its intentions to acquire Great Plains, giving Microsoft the expertise in mid-market ERP applications plus greater exposure to CRM and SCM through existing Great Plains initiatives and partners.
  • . Therefore, it wasn’t unexpected when Microsoft announced its intentions in early 2002 to enter the CRM market with its own suite to address small and mid-sized businesses.
  • . With history as a guide, there are some likely outcomes from Microsoft’s CRM efforts that may help to break down the barriers that CRM vendors have faced so far in selling CRM to the SMB market.
  • . Microsoft’s presence in the CRM market could change the minds of SMB buyers that may have previously considered CRM too complex and expensive for their organizations.

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    Globes [online] - Can Merlin conquer a corner of Google’s market?
  • Quickfind Show latest about: Sector Topic Keep settings Freetext search Home News Analysis Features Market prices Technology guide Real estate Israel in depth feeds » Enlarge font Reduce font Can Merlin conquer a corner of Google’s market? Israel’s Merlin Communications is operating in Google’s core market - keyword advertising, except that Merlin operates an ad engine, not a search engine.
  • . A study by on the keyword advertising market, published in January 2006, indicates that advertisers in the US and Canada spent $5.75 billion on keyword advertising marketing in 2005, 44% more than in 2004.
  • . Merlin says the figures indicate the market’s maturity, the rising competition in it, and the striving to increase return on investment (ROI) from marketing and advertising activities. @CallCenter