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Wheating, Geoffrey
August 2002
Brand Strategy;Aug2002, Issue 162, p30
Trade Publication
Argues that the computer games industry needs to use broader marketing techniques to target its customers in Great Britain. Pitfalls of current marketing techniques in the industry; Household penetration of game consoles; Ways in which the industry can create effective dialogue with defined audiences.


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