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P. (1994), Managing Imitation Strategies: How Later Entrants Seize Markets from Pioneers, New York: The Free Press. 20. , G. S. Carpenter, and L. Krishnamurthi (1999), “The Advantages of Entry in the Growth Stage of the Product Lifecycle: An Empirical Analysis,” Journal of Marketing Research, 36, 2 (May), 269–276. 21. , and G. S. Carpenter (2000), “Why is the Trivial Important? A Reasons-Based Account for the Effects of Trivial Attributes on Choice,” Journal of Consumer Research, 26 (4), 372–385.

If the strategy for a product involves trying to attract two distinct customer segments with two different needs, efforts to appeal to both segments with a single positioning are likely to fail because they will not be optimal for either segment. Sometimes this problem can be solved by adopting different positioning strategies to different segments. However, when the positioning is conveyed by using media seen by both segments, this may create confusion or alienate core customers. Consider Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS), an outdoor apparel and equipment retailer in the northeastern United States.

Urban, G. , T. Carter, S. Gaskin, and Z. Mucha (1986), “Market Share Rewards to Pioneering Brands: An Empirical Analysis and Strategic Implications,” Management Science, 32, 645–659. 19. Schnaars, S. P. (1994), Managing Imitation Strategies: How Later Entrants Seize Markets from Pioneers, New York: The Free Press. 20. , G. S. Carpenter, and L. Krishnamurthi (1999), “The Advantages of Entry in the Growth Stage of the Product Lifecycle: An Empirical Analysis,” Journal of Marketing Research, 36, 2 (May), 269–276.

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