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Unformatted text preview: and Emotional Effec ts of Advertis ing Creativity ,” Mark eting Sc ienc e 28 (September/Oc tober 2009), pp. 935–49; Matthew Shum, “Does Advertis ing Overc ome Brand Loy alty ? Evidenc e from the Break fas t Cereal Mark et,” J ournal of Ec onomic s and Management Strategy 13, no. 2 (2004), pp. 77–85. 14. “Got Milk ?” ht t p: / / www. got milk . c om/ fun/ ads . ht ml (ac c es s ed Marc h 11, 2010). 15. Elaine W ong, “Rebec c a Romjin Mak es Milk Run, ” Brandweek , January 13, 2010. 16. ht t p: / / www. mark et ingpower. c om/ _lay out s / Dic t ionary . as px ?dLet t er= P (ac c es s ed April 6, 2010). 17. ht t p: / / blog. c wt v. c om/ 2009/ 01/ 23/ gos s ip-girl-c hac e-c rawford-s t ars -in-ps a-c ampaign-for-t eens -for-jeans / (ac c es s ed April 22, 2010). 18. ht t p: / / www. aad. org/ media/ ps a/ index . ht ml (ac c es s ed April 22, 2010). 19. The Ad Counc il, “His t oric Campaigns , ” ht t p: / / www. adc ounc il. org/ default . as px ?id= 61 (ac c es s ed April 5, 2010). 2011 McGraw-Hill Higher Education Any us e is s ubject to the Term s of Us e and Privacy Notice. McGraw-Hill Higher Education is one of the m any fine bus ines s es of The McGraw-Hill Com panies . connect.mcg r aw- hill.com/connect/hmEBook.do?setTab= sectionTabs 9/9 9/15/13 M cGr aw- Hill Connect - Ebook M arke ting EBook 3 /e Content Chapte r18: Adv e rtising, Public Re lations, and Sale s Prom otions Step 3. Determ ine the Advertising Budget T he various budgeting methods for marketing communication (Chapter 17) also apply to budgeting for advertising. F irst, firms must consider the role that advertising plays in their attempt to meet their overall promotional objectives. Second, advertising expenditures vary over the course of the product life cycle. T hird, the nature of the market and the product influence the size of advertising budgets. T he nature of the market also determines the amount of money spent on advertising. F or instance, less money is spent on advertising in B2B (business-to-business) marketing contexts than in B2C (business-to-consumer...
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