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Undifferentiated Marketing

Undifferentiated marketing refers to an approach when a firm produces only one product or product line and targets all of its customers with a single marketing mix. The other term used for this approach is mass marketing. In Mass Marketing, the market coverage strategy essentially ignores the market segment differences and goes after the whole market with one offer. This marketing approach attempts to sell through persuading a wide audience. Usually the idea is to broadcast the message with an aim to reach the largest number of people possible. Mass marketing focuses on media coverage such as radio, television and newspapers. The idea is to maximize the exposure to the product. Examples of mass marketing products are toothpastes, which are not made especially for one consumer group or segment and are sold in huge quantities. Other examples are furniture, artwork, automobiles, residential communities, cola drinks and personal computers.


Differentiated Marketing

The differentiated marketing refers to the approach of the firms, which produce numerous products with different marketing mixes. These products are designed to satisfy the smaller segments. In this approach, instead of marketing one product with a single marketing program the firm approaches the different consumer groups with products customized for each group. Most companies do this for specialization and to remain competitive. The differentiated marketing essentially requires market segmentation and incurs a higher production cost, inventory cost and marketing costs.



Concentrated Marketing

The popular term for concentrated marketing is niche marketing. Another term for the same is “Focused Market”. A niche market is a subset of the market on which a specific product is focusing. Each niche market essentially defines specific product features such as product design, price range, production quality and the demographics that are intended to impact. In niche marketing, the firm essentially focuses. Niche marketing chooses a small segment provided it’s a profitable segment. This approach is most suitable to smaller firms, which have lesser resources.



This is the narrowest approach of targeting. It is most effective technique for small business users to sustain, build and grow their own brand. It targets the potential customer at the very basic and personal level.


Owners of small businesses usually have limited resources to spend on marketing. Concentrating their efforts on one or a few key market segments: target marketing:  gets the most return from small investments.


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