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Maxims Applied: Sharp's Solar Marketing Strategy

Posted on: 11-Apr-2008

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One of the most interesting questions about marketing strategies for solar is the question of ‘to advertise or not to advertise. After all, when you can sell all you make, why advertise to make demand worse? So most PVC manufacturers choose to have a low profile. Sharp stands in stark contrast to this. They have maintained a very visible marketing position. Why? . . . What’s New @ We’ve added a save function to the news section. Now you can save news links to myNews for later review (at you’re My weSRCH page). Now you can find the news you want to read in one sitting and read it at your leisure later, or forward it to a friend. The World’s First Web 2.0 Professional Network Over 4 million hits and 2 million page views per month.

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