How to market to the customer

Graham, John R.
November 2003
Proofs;Nov2003, Vol. 86 Issue 5, p30
Trade Publication
Discusses approaches to effectively market products to consumers. Problem posed by self-absorption in achieving effective marketing; Indications of self-absorption; Factors that lead to self-absorption.


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