Marketing to Women: How to Understand, Reach, and Increase Your Share of the World's Largest Market Segment
Why do Best Buy stores offer “Personal Assistants?” Why does MinuteClinic operate in Target and Cub Foods stores? Why does Kimpton Hotels tie in with the national Dress for Success cause? Why is the author of this book called the “godmother” of the new Volvo concept car?
In this lively 2nd edition of Marketing to Women, Marti Barletta tells you why corporations are spending more to capture the multitrillion dollar women’s market. Updated success stories, original strategies and applications, and gender-effective advertising “best practices” make this the most comprehensive resource to help professionals create and execute a marketing plan that targets women.
An eye-opening new chapter highlights the convergence of the two most significant consumer marketing trends today: the aging of America and the growing financial power of women. Marshalling statistics about inheritance patterns and longevity, Barletta coins the phrase “PrimeTime Women™” to show how yesterday’s “little old lady” will be tomorrow’s “Ms. Moneybags,” a target for myriad industries—banking, brokerage, insurance, health, real estate, travel, and self-improvement, just to name a few.
In Marketing to Women, Barletta reveals:
* How and why women reach different brand purchase decisions than men
* How to use her proprietary GenderTrends™ Marketing Model to create strategies and tactics that will win women’s brand loyalty
* How to hook women consumers with new products, relevant communications, smart selling techniques, and the right marketing strategies
* Why smart marketers will tap into the profitable market of women 50 years and older—the “golden bull’s-eye” of target marketing
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Most people are unaware that women - owned businesses , defined by the Small
Business Administration as businesses whose ownership is at least 51 percent
female , constitute 40 percent of all companies in this country . ( Looking at ...
From 1997 through 2000 , the number of women - owned firms with 100 - plus
employees grew by 44 percent , over 1 . 5 times the rate of all comparably sized
firms . Other factors that distinguish the $ 1 million womenowned businesses from
In 2000 , 37 percent of the adult U . S . population was 50 or older , and by 2010
that percentage will rise to 43 percent . ? Driving “ 55 . ” From 1992 to 2020 , the
number of people age 50plus is expected to increase 76 percent , while the ...
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The Power of the Purse
The Differences That Make a Difference
The Gender TrendsTM Marketing Model
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