Product Re-marketing Activity Paper

Product Re-marketing Activity Paper

Product Re-marketing Activity Paper


Review product advertisements discussed during Week 1.

Suggest a new way to market the products to a different age group (350- to 700- words). Include the following:

  • Indicate the original age group identified during the first week. Choose another age group to market this product to.
  • What media style would be most effective to reach the new audience?
  • What strategies would it take to market this product to the new age group?
  • Describe what the advertisement would look like.
  • Describe some key terms that would be used to market the product.
  • What do you think the consumers’ response would be?
  • Would a different marketing plan for this product change your opinion about the product?


HCS 490 Week 1 Changing Landscape of Health Care

 HCS 490 Week 1 Current Article Summary

 HCS 490 Week 1 Product Review

 HCS 490 Week 2 Case Study Comparisons

 HCS 490 Week 2 Current Article Summary

HCS 490 Week 2 Product Remarketing Activity

HCS 490 Week 3 Community Mailer

 HCS 490 Week 3 Summary

 HCS 490 Week 3 Current Article Summary

 HCS 490 Week 4 Communication Strategy

 HCS 490 Week 4 Health Care Access Options

 HCS 490 Week 4 Current Article Summary

 HCS 490 Week 5 Conversation Starter

 HCS 490 Week 5 Marketing Strategy

 HCS 490 Week 5 Current Article Summary

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