product-differentiated marketing

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A marketing philosophy in which the seller views the market as a homogeneous whole, but produces two or more products for it. The products, differing in attributes (price, style, quality, etc), are designed to offer variety rather than to satisfy the needs and wants of different market segments. See also market segmentation; mass marketing.

Subjects: Marketing.

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