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What is Mass Marketing?

What is Mass Marketing?

Mass Marketing is the attempt to appeal to an entire market with one basic marketing strategy utilizing mass distribution and mass media. Also called undifferentiated marketing.

Mass marketing is a market coverage strategy in which a firm decides to ignore market segment differences and appeal the whole market with one offer or one strategy. It is the type of marketing (or attempting to sell through persuasion) of a product to a wide audience. The idea is to broadcast a message that will reach the largest number of people possible. Traditionally mass marketing has focused on radio, television and newspapers as the medium used to reach this broad audience. By reaching the largest audience possible exposure to the product is maximized. In theory this would directly correlate with a larger number of sales or buy in to the product.

The results of analyzing market segments leads the marketer to consider one of the following target marketing strategies.

•Undifferentiated or Mass Marketing – Under this strategy the marketer attempts to appeal to one large market with a single marketing strategy. While this approach offers advantages in terms of lowering development and production costs, since only one product is marketed, there are few markets in which all customers seek the same benefits. While this approach was very popular in the early days of marketing (e.g., Ford Model-T), few companies now view this as a feasible strategy.

•Differentiated or Segmentation Marketing – Marketers choosing this strategy try to appeal to multiple smaller markets with a unique marketing strategy for each market. The underlying concept is that bigger markets can be divided into many sub-markets and an organization chooses different marketing strategies to reach each sub-market it targets. Most large consumer products firms follow this strategy as they offer multiple products (e.g., running shoes, basketball shoes) within a larger product category (e.g., footwear).

•Concentrated or Niche Marketing –This strategy combines mass and segmentation marketing by using a single marketing strategy to appeal to one or more very small markets. It is primarily used by smaller marketers who have identified small sub-segments of a larger segment that are not served well by larger firms that follow a segmentation marketing approach. In these situations a smaller company can do quite well marketing a single product to a narrowly defined target market.

•Customized or Micro-Marketing – This newest target marketing strategy attempts to appeal to targeted customers with individualized marketing programs. For micro-marketing segmentation to be effective the marketer must, to some degree, allow customers to “build-their-own” products. This approach requires extensive technical capability for marketers to reach individual customers and allow customers to interact with the marketer.

The Internet has been the catalyst for this target marketing strategy. As more companies learn to utilize the Internet micro-marketing is expected to flourish.

Mass marketing is the opposite to Niche marketing as it focuses on high sales and low prices. Mass Marketing aims to provide products and services that will appeal to the whole market. Niche marketing targets a very specific segment of market for example specialized services or goods with few or no competitors. specializes in delivering your message or getting you the exposure you need through our direct network and specializing in marketing strategies that can deliver you the results you need!

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