Kraft Foods Marketing, Kool-Aid, Jello, or Mac-n-cheese
Kraft Foods incessantly continue building on the successes it has achieved by dealing with childhood favorites such as Kool-Aid, Jello, or Mac-n-cheese. This product line has been taken to this 21st Century through the provision of varied recipes that are usually accompanied with innumerable lip-smacking photos (Ginty, Vaccarello, and Leake, 2012).
For those people who look for healthy alternatives, special occasion meals, cocktails, seasonal recipes, Kraft Foods provides the best panacea. Kraft Foods' approach entails provision of visual content through engaging customers online using Pinterest Boards, Facebook Page, You Tube channel, and other blogs (Cunningham, 2002).
This paper will delve into the concept of marketing with the help of consumer behavior theories in order to analyze the efficiency and effectiveness of the Kraft's online customer experiences. This essay will discuss the significance of comprehending target market segmentation while engaging customers either online and/or offline. Lastly, this paper will seek to provide recommendations that could help Kraft bolster their market segmentation.
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