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is a phenomenon which occurs when the perceived positive features of a particular
extend across a broader line of related products with the same
A notable example is the manner in which the popularity of Apple’s iPod generated enthusiasm for the corporation's other products.
Dictionary of Marketing Communications.
Sage Publications (2004).
Apple shares surfs on big profits.
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