Marketing Framework Explained

  • Master 28+ marketing frameworks
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  • From marketing fundamentals to advanced strategies


About Marketing Framework By Dr-Business

In “The Marketing Framework,” Dr-Business presents a groundbreaking exploration of the dynamic world of marketing, offering a comprehensive and insightful guide for both seasoned professionals and newcomers to the field. This ebook delves into the intricate layers of marketing strategy, unveiling a framework that demystifies the complexities of the discipline.

Dr-Business, a renowned expert in the field, distills years of experience and research into a practical and accessible resource. The ebook begins by laying the foundation with fundamental marketing principles and then systematically builds upon them, providing readers with a structured approach to crafting successful marketing campaigns.

Table of Content

  • Introduction to Marketing Strategies
  • Understanding Marketing Basics
  • Segmentation of Industrial Market
  • Product Positioning
  • Relationship between the Company and the Market
  • Marketing Mix and the 7P’s of Marketing
  • SWOT Analysis
  • STP Marketing Model
  • Porter’s 5 Forces
  • Ansoff Matrix
  • BCG Growth-Share Matrix
  • AIDA Model
  • Marketing Funnel
  • Kotler’s 5 A’s of Sales Marketing
  • Blue Ocean Strategy
  • PESTLE Analysis
  • Pirate Metrics, AAARRR Framework
  • Hook Model
  • STEPPS Framework
  • Honeycomb Model
  • Bullseye Marketing Framework
  • RACE Model
  • Lean Canvas Model
  • Pragmatic Marketing Framework
  • Flywheel Model
  • SERVQUAL Model of Service Quality
  • ZMOST Framework
  • 5C Analysis
  • Net Promoter Score
  • Content Marketing Matrix
  • Service-dominant Logic
  • Product Strategy and Management
  • Product Life Cycle
  • Target Market
  • Product-Market Fit
  • Competitor Analysis
  • Product Positioning Statement
  • BCG Matrix
  • GE-McKinsey Matrix
  • Selectivity/Earnings Strategy
  • Market Entry Strategies
  • Understanding Consumer Behavior
  • Conclusion