Broad market segmentation tricky when appealing to older consumer

Herzbrun, David J.
August 1991
Advertising Age;8/5/1991, Vol. 62 Issue 32, p15
Trade Publication
Explains the difficulty of appealing to older consumer in a broad market segmentation. Discussion on target marketing; Market segments in the U.S.; Needs of different market segments;.


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