"In undifferentiated marketing, the firm ignores segment difference and goes after the whole market with one offer. It designs a product and a marketing program that will appeal to the broader number of buyers. It relies on mass distribution and advertising. It aims to endow the product with a superior image. Undifferentiated marketing is â€œthe marketing counterpart to standardization and mass production in manufacturing.â€? The narrow product line keeps down costs of research and development production, inventory, transportation, marketing research, advertising, and product management. The undifferentiated advertising program keeps down advertising costs. Presumably, the company can turn its lower costs into lower prices to win the price sensitive segment of the market. "