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Product Positioning Strategies

Let's look and see if your motive to travel matched any of the one's listed below. Generally, there are six basic strategies for product positioning:1. Only college students may participate with their campus e-mail IDs. Often the best medical care is costly and requires travel to receive it. Such people usually prefer to constantly stay on the move by selecting career opportunities which enables them to travel across the different parts of the world. Pricing, promotion, channels of distribution, and advertising all are geared to maximize the chosen positioning strategy. Reflect on the last time you left your location and ventured to another one. 5. People need to get away from the stress of everyday life, and a nice sunny location with a beach might just be what the doctor ordered.One can also take up the job of a Tour Operator or Guide or Escort. Managing your product positioning requires that you know your customer and that you understand your competition; Apple positions its computers based on how the computer will be used. Religious travel is often related to a purpose such as seeing where the last pope was buried, or traveling to the town where Jesus was born. 2. By user- Facebook is a social networking site used exclusively by college students. Celebration- Wedding, Anniversary, Birthday, Birth- There's always something to celebrate and it doesn't always happen where you live. 5. Medical/Health- Sometimes the treatment you need isn't available in the city/town where you live.New Jersey Business Coach\n

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