If you were to relaunch the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, how would you go about its marketing plan?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 released into the market with a blast, quite literally. The product then had to be recalled. If I were to relaunch the product, once the safety measures were in place, this is what I would follow: 1)- A SWOT analysis to understand what my current strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats are. I know that competitors have taken advantage of my product's first launch through their advertisements and paid marketing. I also realize that my brand name is being tarnished by the unsafe product. 2)- As a priority, my marketing goal would be to release ads describing the now safety features of my product. Samsung as a brand has a good name, yet damage control needs to be done. 3)- My target audience is: Designers, artists, creative professionals and business owners (those who require complex/multiple functions as available in a Note). 4)- Marketing communication strategies would include: Television and Youtube advertisements, advertisements and posts by reputed technical professionals who can now vouch for the safety for the product. Newspaper headlines that now confirm the total safety of my product. 5)- I would speak with heads of individual countries to set up a marketing budget.
What, if any, are the disadvantages of gene flow (migration)?
When individuals from two populations mate, the result is the transfer of genetic variations from one group to another. These groups might intersect geographically, by season, time or simply intersect through chance, perhaps during migration period. Gene flow can result in the growth of a gene in a particular population that has different geographic or climatic circumstances as the previous population. Hence, the disadvantages could be: 1) Minimal survival chances of newborns 2) Disability in senses or physical sense which, once again, affects survival chances 3) The loss of an original/ particular population or species.
How are the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) and Least Common Multiple (LCM) similar?
Both concepts work with factorization, and in complex situations, prime factorization. However, here is what we need to understand: 1) A pair of numbers is involved 2) The greatest common factor helps us understand the largest number that can be a factor of both these numbers 3) The least common multiple is the lowest number into which both the pair of numbers can be factored into, hence factors of. When trying to simplify complex equations or discover patterns between numbers, both these concepts are used.