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  1. How to survive the evolution of demand generation

    shampoo. There are choices in every market, and each choice suits a nuanced need of each buyer. Many buyers ...

    Dan Hansen - 05/08/2019 - 12:06

  2. Don't Try the Impossible to Keep Customers Loyal. Just Do Your Job.

    in the first place. Let's explain this theory in an example. If someone is looking for a good shampoo ... of shampoo with each product, they will start looking for other options. The customer loyalty is directly ...

    Veronika Shoebridge - 12/02/2015 - 10:15

  3. Need a new IT infrastructure? Just ask Jared Leto

    music, his upcoming movie, which shampoo he loves the most, before the chat moves on to her job ...

    Jon Silk - 29/04/2015 - 14:33

  4. BRANDING: Learning from the blue-chip B2B brands

    to differentiate more or less identical products. One shampoo or soft drink is much like another. Differentiation ... One shampoo or soft drink is much like another. Differentiation depends on packaging, spin and plenty ...

    a12admin a12 - 16/02/2007 - 00:00

  5. someone is looking for a good shampoo and he/she gets a very effective one from a specific brand, ... with the effect, even if the brand offers a free bottle of shampoo with each product, they will start looking ...

  6. creating a myth to differentiate more or less identical products. One shampoo or soft drink is much like ... branding is often about creating a myth to differentiate more or less identical products. One shampoo ...

  7. they chat about all kinds of things – his latest music, his upcoming movie, which shampoo he loves the most, ...

  8. company can use your product is about as conceivable as every person needing the same shampoo ...

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