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Discussion in 'Internet Marketing' started by RestOwner, Jan 31, 2011.
Does business marketing and business advertising different from each other?
i think they're generally the same.
Advertising tells a story about something to attract attention and marketing is something making planning to brings customers or whom you want to sell your products.
Advertising is an part of marketing..marketing includes advertising, market research, media planning, public relations, product pricing, distribution, customer support, sales strategy, and community involvement etc.. i hope this will help you to clarify your thoughts..
The above answer is very true. In other words marketing is bringing a group of people to recognize your business and advertising is to sell products to potential customers from the group.
People often confuse the two and think it is one and the same. However advertising is only one component in marketing. Advertisements are generally either in the form of paper or media i.e.radio, television. Marketing on the other hand is the sum of the activities you perform to get the word out about your business and attract the customers you want.
Marketing is the systematic planning of the implementation and monitoring of a mix of activities designed to bring together buyers and sellers to mutually beneficial exchange or transfer of products. Advertising is a unique component of the marketing process. This is the part that is to spread the word about your business, product or service you offer. This is the process of developing strategies such as ad placement, frequency, etc.
Advertising is a part of marketing. Marketing has a broader spectrum and it includes article posting, blog commenting, directory submission along with advertising.
commonly they are same But "Advertising" is a story about something to attract attention and marketing is something making planning to brings customers for your products or whom you want to sell your services.