Question 1. What strategic similarity exists between the Question Marks of the BCG Matrix and the Diversification strategy in Ansoff’s Matrix? Question 2. Why is planning important to the business function of marketing management? Question 3. Which of the following statements was NOT discussed as a success factor in implementation and control? Question 4. What measure of campaign performance does the following example represent? Calluniverse sends a text message to its high-usage segment of customers, offering a free phone upgrade on contract renewal. The call to action is “Reply *mynewphone to agree to this offer.”� Question 5. What media timing strategy does the following example represent? A new restaurant advertises on local radio with 40 spots per week for two weeks, followed by 20 spots per week every other week for the next twelve weeks. Question 6. Which of the following was NOT identified as a best practice of marketing leadership in the implementation of the Integrated Marketing Communications approach? Question 7. Which of the following statements represents a concern about the IMC approach expressed in Chapter 9? Question 8. Which terms describe the market-product strategy in the following example? The manufacturer of Zukes™ all-natural dog-training treats brings to market a clicker device for training dogs. Question 9. Why is it recommended that the Stars and Cash Cows of the BCG Matrix receive more marketing support than the Question Marks and Dogs? Question 10. Which answer BEST describes the use of the BCG Matrix as an input to business strategy?