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Today's consumers have a variety of choices regarding where they can obtain informatfon about a brand.
. Noise is anything that distorts or disrupts a message
Promotions Opportunity Analysis
1. Prepare a promotions opportunity analysis. 2. Compare the relationship between a company's promotional effort and its competition. 3. Identify the characteristics of various consumer segments
Ch 2 Corporate Image and Brand Management Image o Summarizes what the company stands for o o o Ex. Allstates image of being in good hands.
Refers to the consumers overall feeling toward a company brand Better image makes it much easier to create solid con
Chapter 6 Creative Brief Statement of the ad and what i t's supposed to do o o o o What the objective is Who the Target Audience is What the message theme is Includes the support of the ad o o o Support is the data or facts that make the claims t rue
1. Communications Market Analysis a. Finding out how customers get information and using that information to develop a plan towards customers b. Competitive Analysis i. Who is the competition? ii. Make a list about those collected firms. Get financial and
Chapter 13 Public relations Public relations Most underutilized form of promotion o o o o Not short term Hard to measure People would rather get short term results because it shows that they spent money effectively One way to measure is the advertising eq
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9-15-09 Trade Promotions o Advantages o Push through the channel Can go all they way to spiffs
Disadvantages Not fair (bribery)
Trade Alliances o o Seasonal Slotting fee Most traditional retailers want slotting fees.
Consumer Promotions Trade Incentiv
Chapter Reader CHAPTER 10: Overview: Traditional mass media advertising faces many challenges because the use of alternative media is on the rise. The chapter covers a review of alternative media programs, including buzz marketing, guerilla marketing, pro
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the company's perspective, a quality corporate image enhances the introductiocfw_of a new product because: A/the company c
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l. A unique selling proposition for Mason Surgical
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7.Buzz marketing can be compared to a virus, consisting of three stages: inoculation, \ introduction, and infection.
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1. The Food and Drug Administration regulates and oversees:
A) mailed marketing materials
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of advertising appeals and identiff the primary benefit of each type
B) Name five executiond frameworks advertisers can utiiize and give a
Learning Individual Focus (Micro issues) Positivist Approach/ Paradigm Objective: Prediction Hypothesis Testing II. Social Focus (Macro issues) Interpretivist Approach/Paradigm Objective understanding Observational Methods "What are the customs in a given
9-17-09 Consumer Promotions Consumer Promotions o The goal of the consumer promotions is to get customers to actually go to the establishment and buy the product. o o EX. Coupons, samples, Trials, etc.
Free Standing inserts are the number one way coupons