Product-Differentiated Marketing

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Product-Differentiated Marketing

a marketing philosophy in which the seller views the market as a homogeneous whole, but produces two or more products for it; the products, differing in attributes (price, style, quality, etc), are designed to offer variety rather than to satisfy the needs and wants of different market segments.

See: Mass Marketing

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