Undifferentiated Marketing

   

Definition: Undifferentiated Marketing is a market coverage strategy whereby differences within a market are ignored. Everyone is assumed the same. The company attempts to appeal to the whole market with a single product (line) or service (line) and marketing strategy. A single Marketing Mix is offered to the total market. This approach typically relies on mass manufacturing, mass distribution and mass advertising.
Also called Unsegmented Marketing or Mass Marketing.
It is the opposite of differentiated marketing.


   

   

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