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er: rejection. d. brand non-recognition; brand recognition; brand preference, brand
s insistence, brand preference, brand recognition, brand non-recognition. Since both the company and the brand are new, no one will recognize either! As
the company markets the product, the target market will become more and more
aware of it (brand recognition). It's sales increasing versus the competition
indicates brand preference while its dominance of the market indicates brand
insistence. Discontinuous innovations will reduce the insistence factor but the
product will still be preferred over most of its competition. Gradually this
preference will give way to brand recognition then non-recognition as those that
used to buy it forget about it (or die). No indication of brand rejection since this
implies a negative attitude and there’s no mention of negativity associated with
the product - it just faded away. Note: Since choice #2 is identical with the correct more competitio...
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2013 for the course MKTG 3302 taught by Professor Richards during the Spring '12 term at University of Houston - Downtown.
- Spring '12