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advertising allowance

either a percentage of gross purchases or a flat fee paid to the retailer for advertising the manufacturer's product.

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booths

at trade shows, a major facto r in sales promotion plans.

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buyback allowance

a manufacturer's offer to pay for an old product so that it will be taken off the shelf to make room for a new product.

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cents-off promotion

a short-term reduction in the price of product designed to induce trial usage.

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A sales promo device in which two related products are packaged together at a special price, such as a razor and a package of blades.

combination offers

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company conventions

meetings held by companies with their employees, sales reps, and/or customers to announce new products, policies and marketing programs.

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consumer sales promotions

Marketing, advertising, and sales promotion activities aimed at including trial, purchase, and repurchase by the consumer.

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contest

a sales promo device for creating consumer involvement

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cards issued by retailers that allow them to track their customers' purchasing habits and demographic profiles.

convenience cards

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coupon

a certificate with a stated value that is presented to a retail store for a price reduction on a specific item

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customer life time value (LTV)

the total sales or profit value of a customer to a marketer over the course of that customer's lifetime.

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Database

corporate memory of all important customer information

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database marketing

tracking and analyzing the purchasing patterns of specific customers in a computer database and then targeting advertising to their needs

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dealer meetings

meetings held by companies with their authorized brokers, distributors, and/or retailers to announce new products, policies, and marketing programs.

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direct marketing

a system of marketing in which companies build their own database of customers and use a variety of media to communicate with them directly

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direct-repsonse advertising

an advertising message that asks the audience to provide feedback straight to the sender

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direct sales

selling to customers directly, at home or work, rather than through a retail establishment or other intermediary

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direct selling, what is sold this way?

face-to-face selling away from a fixed retail location. Usually refers to a method of marketing consumer goods- ex: encyclopedias

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display allowances

fees paid to retailers to make room for and set up manufacturers displays

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purchasing large quantities of an item at regional promotional discount and shipping portions to areas of the country where the discount isn't being offered

diverting

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What is the difference between paper coupons and electronic coupons?

electronic coupons are specific to the customer and distributed at the point of purchase

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forward buying

a retailers stocking up on a product when its discounted and buying smaller amounts when at list price

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freestanding inserts (FSIs)

coupons distributed through inserts in newspapers

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linkage media

in direct marketing, media that helps prospects and customers link up with a company.

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loyalty (continuity) programs

program that rewards customers with discounts and free products in return for frequent and continuous patronage.

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personal selling, and give an example

a sales method based on person- to-person contact. Retail sales person is an expampe

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WHAT'S THE TERM? Materials set up at a retail location to build traffic, advertise the product and promote impulse buying. GIVE AN EXAMPLE

point-of-purchase (POP) materials, window displays are examples of this

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polybagging

samples are delivered in plastic bags with the daily paper or monthly mag

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premium

an item offered free or at a bargain price to encourage the consumer to buy the advertised product

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marketing, advertising, and sales promo activities aimed at including trials purchase and repurchase by consumers.

pull strategies

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Define: push money (PM) [alternative name is...?]

a monetary inducement fo retail salespeople to push the sales of particular products. [spiffs]

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aimed to get products into the dealer pipeline and accelerate sales by offering inducements to dealers/retailers/and salespersons

push strategies

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rebates

large cash refunds on items

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sales promotion

a direct inducement offering extra incentives all along the marketing route- from manufacturers through distribution channels to customers- to accelerate the movement f the product from the producer to the consumer.

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slippage

rebate offers that are never redeemed and coupons that are never submitted.

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slotting allowances

fees that manufacturers pay to retailers for the privilege of obtaining shelf or floor space for a new product

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trade advertising

advertising goods/services to middlemen to stimulate wholesalers and retailers to by goods for resale

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trade concentration

more products being sold by fewer retailers

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trade deals

short-term dealer discounts on the cost of a product or other dollar inducements to sell a product

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What do booths need to effectively attract attention?

Simplicity, good lighting and large visuals

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What is the benefit of "combination offers"

You can introduce new items with related items customers are already familiar with

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What is the benefit of "convenience cards"

creates a means for targeted marketing

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how are consumer purchases tracked for loyalty programs.

through a company's database