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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (April 2008) Marketing Key concepts Product • Pricing Distribution • Service • Retail Brand management Account-based marketing Marketing ethics Marketing effectiveness Market research Market segmentation Marketing strategy Marketing management Market dominance Promotional content Advertising • Branding • Underwriting Direct marketing • Personal Sales Product placement • Publicity Sales promotion • Sex in advertising Loyalty marketing • Premiums • Prizes Promotional media Printing • Publication Broadcasting • Out-of-home Internet marketing • Point of sale Promotional merchandise Digital marketing • In-game In-store demonstration Word-of-mouth marketing Brand Ambassador • Drip Marketing This box: view · talk · edit Brand strength analysis describes efforts to determine the strength a brand has compared with its competitors. Contents 1 Software companies 2 See also 3 External links 4 References Software companies Software brand strength is hard to measure accurately. Techniques from competitor analysis can be used to compare companies over time. Crowley and Zajas have analyzed how to determine the benefits of strong brand names in the software sector. Quantitative marketing research by sampling large customer bases using adaptive conjoint techniques and qualitative marketing research by focus groups and observing customers in stores are examples of techniques they recommend. Benefits to a company of good brand recognition include speeding up new product acceptance, enabling market share penetration by advertising, and resisting price erosion. During the decision process for software buying, usually 95% of customers buy a brand that they were previously aware of, 90% buy a brand that they considered beforehand, and 80% buy the specific brand they expected to. According to Crowley and Zajas, branding power measurement is an important way that companies can keep track of their position in the software market. See also Brand Brand loyalty External links http://gene2drug.com/index.php?pid=20 References Crowley, Ed and Jay Zajas. “Evidence supporting the importance of brands in marketing computer products.” Journal of Professional Services Marketing, Volume 14, issue 2 (1996), 121-137.