What is demarketing


Demarketing
The Demarketing (also called reduction marketing) is the counterpart to classic marketing and aims to reduce the demand for a certain good or a certain service with the appropriate use of resources and targeted measures.

Demarketing
What is Demarketing?
The Demarketing is a kind of reverse marketing. While there is no precise definition of the term, it can be viewed as the method a company uses to discourage its customers from doing further business.

Demarketing
is an exchange relationship that aims not to increase but to decrease the consumption of a good.
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At the ~ (also reduction marketing) the marketing measures should not serve to increase but to reduce the demand for certain goods.

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~ is the opposite of marketing, i.e. failed marketing or marketing that does not achieve its purpose due to wrong methods.

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At the ~ (also reduction marketing), the marketing measures should not serve to increase but to reduce the demand for certain goods.

~ - Marketing to reduce demand temporarily or permanently - the aim is not to destroy demand, but only to reduce or shift it.

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