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Hospitality And Tourism Marketing

Subject : hospitality
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1. Operates a hotel property under two or more brand names -same company divides 500 rooms into 300 and 200 different levels and prices






2. The seller identifies market segments - select on or more - and develops products and services tailored to each selected segment -markets in industrialized nations are increasingly fragmented






3. Price-quality relationship -reference prices -rounding -length of the field






4. New-product pricing -existing-product pricing -psychlogical pricing -promotional pricing






5. Survival -current profit maximization -market-share leadership -brand equity growth -product-quality leadership -marketing mix strategy -costs -organizational considerations






6. The seller mass produces - mass distributes - and mass promotes one product to all buyers -it should lead to the lowest costs and prices and create the largest potential market






7. Put the 'family name' on different brands -ex-coke - cherry - coke






8. Calls for diving the market into different geographic units - such as nations - states - regions - counties - cities - or neighborhoods






9. Type of product and market -push vs. pull strategy -buyer readiness state -product life-cycle stage






10. Maintain completely unique identities for a company's brands -ex- Yum Brands: Taco Bell - Piza Hut - etc.






11. Value -uniqueness -believable -benefits






12. Message Decisions -Execution Styles -Message (headline - humor - spokesperson - etc.)


13. Advertising -sales promotion -personal selling -public relations -direct marketing






14. Specific product attributes (price - product - feature) -needs products fill or benefits product offer -certain classes of users -against an existing competitors -repositioning






15. Divides buyers into groups based on their knowledge - attitude - use - or response to a product






16. Cost-based pricing -value-based pricing -competition-based pricing -break-even analysis & target market profit pricing






17. Pricing decisions -market & demand -consumer perceptions of price & value -analyzing the price- demand relationship -price elasticity of demand -factors affecting price sensitivity






18. Prestige pricing -market-skimming pricing (high price for new product) -market penetration pricing (low price for new prodcut)






19. Awareness -interest -desire -action






20. Locate several brands in a freestanding unit -ex- PF Changs & Cheesecake






21. Problem awareness -information search -alternative evaluation -purchase decision -postpurchase evaluation






22. The amount of money charged for a good/service -the only marketing mix element that produces revenue -charging too much chases away potential custmers - charging too little cuts revenue






23. Core product-lodging -facilitating product-front office - kitchen - parking -supporting product-reservations - frequency club -augmented product-custmer participation - interactions - physical environment - accessibility






24. Idea generation - idea screening - concept development and testing - marketing strategy development - business analysis - product development - market testing - & commercialization






25. Consists of dividing the market into groups based on demographic variables such as age - gender - family life cycle - income - occupation - education - religion - race - and nationality






26. Is the process of developing competitive positioning for the product and an appropriate marketing mix - Develop positioning for target segments - Develop a marketing mix for each segment






27. Is the process of evaluating each segment's attractiveness and selecting one or more of the market segments - develop measures of segment attractiveness - select target segments






28. Design the message -select communication channels -select the message source -measure communication results






29. Product bundle pricing -price-adjustment strategies (volume discounts) -non-use of yield management -last-minute pricing -discriminatory pricing (Victoria's Secret & Beverly Hills) -supply & demand driven approach






30. Undifferentiated marketing- bifuricated marketing -differentiated marketing- concentrated marketing






31. Set objectives based on information about the target market - positioning - and marketing mix -classification by AIMS (informative - persuasive - reminder)






32. The seller produces two or more products/services that have different features - style - quality - and size -consumers have different tastes that vary over time






33. Measurable-segments can be measured -accessible-segments can be reached and served -substantial-segments are profitable to serve -actionable-effective programs can attract segments






34. Introduction - growth - maturity - decline or -concept development - expansion - maturity - concept development/replacement - expansion - maturity time






35. Divides buyers into groups based on social class - lifestyle - and personality characteristics






36. Temporary pricing of products below list price and sometimes below cost - value pricing - price sensitivity measurements






37. Brand individual menu items by restaurant -ex-McDonalds- BigMac - Sea World- Shamu






38. Use ingredient manufactors brands on menu -ex- Jack Daniels Sauce






39. Operates two noncompetitive brand in the same premises -Dunkin Donuts & Baskin Robbins






40. Is the process of dividing a market into distinct groups of buyers who might require separate products and/or marketing mixes - identify base for segmenting - develop segment profiles