Definition: Scarcity Marketing is a marketing technique based on the principle that people want what is difficult to obtain. It includes product, promotion, pricing, and distribution tactics. It can also be defined as a marketing strategy aimed at limiting supply in order to stimulate market enthusiasm and increase market demand. The central principle behind scarcity marketing and/or offering "limited edition products" is to create a sense of exclusivity among the target consumers since scarce items feel exclusive, appear more valuable, and make people feel powerful.
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