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No matter how many time i search about this question i never get good answer:confused::bl::confused::confused::confused:.

Discuss how and why promotional activity might change at different stages of a product’s lifecycle?
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(Original post by Superprohero)
No matter how many time i search about this question i never get good answer:confused::bl::confused::confused::confused:.

Discuss how and why promotional activity might change at different stages of a product’s lifecycle?

can someone also explain me what product life cycle means?
http://www.tutor2u.net/business/refe...uct-life-cycle
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thanks but it lack something?
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thanks but it lack something?

lacks what?
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from the mark scheme:


Page 4 Mark Scheme Syllabus Paper GCE A/AS LEVEL

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[Answers could explain the stages of a typical product lifecycle and indicate the financial implications (potential) for pursuing a particular product marketing strategy.] Attempt to comment on the specific usefulness of this concept for a financial manager (judgement): (7–8) Sound understanding and analysis of the PLC concept and illustrates the financial implications (e.g. a new product in a competitive market at the beginning of its lifecycle will require heavy investment): (5–6) Shows good understanding of the product lifecycle concept with some reference (may be very limited) to financial issues: (3–4) Shows some limited awareness of the product lifecycle concept: (1–2)
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[Answers could review all or some of the stages of a product lifecycle including extension strategies and show understanding of how promotion changes, e.g. heavyweight approach at launch, informative ads in growth, brand loyalty emphasis in maturity, heavy promotion of extensions. Most candidates will probably focus on how. Explanations of why to be rewarded.] Evaluative comment – perhaps a judgemental comment on why promotional activity might need to change: (11–12) Sound analysis of how promotion might change at different stages of the product lifecycle: (8–10) Shows good knowledge of the product lifecycle and types of promotion: (3–7) Shows limited awareness of the product lifecycle and/or types of promotion:
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lacks what?
it lack content and good explanation plus i have already been on this site
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it lack content and good explanation plus i have already been on this site
then what do u want???
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then what do u want???
please just give me proper explanation of this question why promotional activity might change at different stages of a product’s life cycle
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from the mark scheme:


Page 4 Mark Scheme Syllabus Paper GCE A/AS LEVEL

May/June 2008 9707 01
© UCLES 2008
7 (a)
[Answers could explain the stages of a typical product lifecycle and indicate the financial implications (potential) for pursuing a particular product marketing strategy.] Attempt to comment on the specific usefulness of this concept for a financial manager (judgement): (7–8) Sound understanding and analysis of the PLC concept and illustrates the financial implications (e.g. a new product in a competitive market at the beginning of its lifecycle will require heavy investment): (5–6) Shows good understanding of the product lifecycle concept with some reference (may be very limited) to financial issues: (3–4) Shows some limited awareness of the product lifecycle concept: (1–2)
(b)
[Answers could review all or some of the stages of a product lifecycle including extension strategies and show understanding of how promotion changes, e.g. heavyweight approach at launch, informative ads in growth, brand loyalty emphasis in maturity, heavy promotion of extensions. Most candidates will probably focus on how. Explanations of why to be rewarded.] Evaluative comment – perhaps a judgemental comment on why promotional activity might need to change: (11–12) Sound analysis of how promotion might change at different stages of the product lifecycle: (8–10) Shows good knowledge of the product lifecycle and types of promotion: (3–7) Shows limited awareness of the product lifecycle and/or types of promotion:
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i hate mark schemes plus i am too dumb to figure out answer on my own
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then what do u want???
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look like i have figured out the answer but still i will wait for you guys to reply, just wanna see how smart people are on this site, don't disappoint me
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look like i have figured out the answer but still i will wait for you guys to reply, just wanna see how smart people are on this site
i don't do anything related to business/marketing
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i don't do anything related to business/marketing
ok, i will wait for other people
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this is cheating
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It's a really easy question, just go ahead and answer it.
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It's a really easy question, just go ahead and answer it.
:badger::badger::badger::badger:still waiting:badger::badger::badger::badger::badger:
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