By Herschell Gordon Lewis, Carol Nelson
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On a business-to-business level, identifying with the customer presents a paradox. It is both easier and more difficult than a parallel circumstance approaching consumers. Easier: Advertisers know immediately who their targets are and, equally valuable, what the competitive marketing circumstances are. More difficult: Advertisers have to be aware of the competitive marketplace, in which their targets can quickly penetrate claims that represent "advertising" instead of recognizable benefit. Turning loose a creative team unschooled in the mechanics of what is being offered for sale is an equivalent paradox.
A more dramatic, more dynamic marketing ploy, such as a direct attack on the category leader, requires considerable research and equally considerable speculation on what the prospective buyers will or won't accept. Too, as vendors have discovered for thousands of years, enthusiasm or lack of it for total economic conditions can skew demand, generate it, or kill it. An example is the effect of the gasoline crunch of 1973. Suddenly, smaller cars reached unexpected heights of popularity. The image of the small-car owner, similarly, underwent a quick change from someone who couldn't afford a big car to someone who was an astute (and even patriotic) buyer.
Having analyzed the marketing climate, advertisers face a second decision: the extent to which they have the desire or the financial capability to achieve dominance within that climate. Products, such as Snapple, the soft drink Quaker acquired and for which it had such strong marketing hopes, were unable to achieve not only dominance but also parity because the advertising couldn't project a clear image. Determining Proper Prospects and Targets At the time of the industrial revolution, a marketer recognized three ''wants"food, clothing, and shelter.