Geographic segmentation

Geographic segmentation,

Definition of Geographic segmentation:

  1. Collecting and analyzing information according to the physical location of the customer or other data source. Geographic segmentation is often used in marketing, since companies selling products and services would like to know where their products are being sold in order to increase advertising and sales efforts there. See also demographic segmentation.

How to use Geographic segmentation in a sentence?

  1. Our companys marketing division has improved their geographic segmentation so much that our overall sales have increased by thirty percent.
  2. Our geographic segmentation research indicates that we can sell the most hipster items on the coasts, and nearly none in Kansas.
  3. The geographic segmentation provided useful data as we wanted to uniquely target our customers by customizing our products offered to them.

Meaning of Geographic segmentation & Geographic segmentation Definition