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1.Netflix está tratando de encontrar maneras de convertirse en los consumidores la opción número uno, cuando se trata de "online stremming". Ellos están tratando de encontrar maneras para fortalecer las áreas débiles, obtener mas consumidores , y otras formas que les dará la ventaja en el mercado. Si una parte de la empresa es significativamente más débil que el resto, entonces tienen que encontrar una manera para que sea igual o superior que las otras partes de la empresa. Si, el CEO Reed Hasting dice que el futuro de la compañía está en los "stremming", entonces, yo supongo que, van a poner más tiempo, esfuerzo y dinero en la fabricación de la parte de la compañía de su sección más fuerte.

2. Netflix, en mi opinión, es el más fácil, la empresa más barata, más eficiente para ver películas. Algunas de sus ventajas son: Es más barato que la mayoría de los competidores, tiene una enorme variedad de películas y programas de T.V., y se puede acceder a él desde el lujo de su casa, oficina, teléfono/ tablets y entre otros, a diferencia de Redbox. Los recursos que tienen a su disposición sin duda les dan la ventaja. Redbox sería la solución más barata próxima a conseguir una película rápida, pero tienen una variedad muy limitada para elegir, también, tiene que levantarse y salir de la comodidad de su casa para conseguir la película. En un entorno poco saludable, como Estados Unidos, que ya perdió un porcentaje significativo de los clientes porque son perezosos y no quieren tener que hacer más trabajo simplemente para relajarse. Así es como Netflix tiene la ventaja frente a sus competidores.

3. Algunas formas en que las estrategias funcionales pueden apoyar sus estrategias competitivas están asegurándose de Netflix es conocido, asegurándose de que siguen añadiendo nuevas versiones tan pronto como estén disponibles, y poner más esfuerzo en la transmisión en línea. Si Netflix está teniendo una oferta de tiempo especial, limitada, entonces la comercialización de equipo necesita para asegurarse de que la gente sabe sobre él, mediante el uso de comerciales y anuncios. Además, sus clientes siempre estarán esperando nuevos lanzamientos que esté disponible antes de que los competidores, si no es así, entonces los clientes de Netflix posiblemente utilizarán diferentes medios de conseguir películas. Yo sé que Netflix tiene ciertas películas que sólo están disponibles a través de DVD; con eso, usted tiene que esperar, algo que el cliente no quiere tener que hacer. Si más películas estaban disponibles en línea, además de aumentar en gran medida la satisfacción del cliente, lo que muy probablemente conducirá a una mejor calificación y más clientes.

4.Netflix no se hagan los vivos y dejar de poner esfuerzo en su negocio. Ellos van a tener que poner más esfuerzo en la evolución del mercado y llegar a nuevas formas de captar la atención del consumidor para que elija Netflix y no su competidores. Ofreciendo streaming de más en línea y un inventario aún mayor de películas, juegos, espectáculo T.V., ect., Los mantendrá igual o hacerlos más atractivo que sus competidores, lo que los hace el competidor superior del mercado del entretenimiento.

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