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    • The Ad Campaign Advanced Advertising Procedures Meg Hunter
    • Situational Analysis Components
      • History
      • Important company information
      • Problems and Opportunities
      • Current User
      • Geographic Emphasis & Seasonality
      • Purchase Cycle
      • Competition
    • History
      • Usually found on the web site or the annual report
      • Ways to present
        • Time line
        • Narrative copy
      • Also include recent history - the last 2-5 years
    • Important Company Information
      • Percentage of sales by country or region of the U.S.
      • Background on past ad campaigns
      • Important graphics or images
    • Problems and Opportunities
      • What is the company’s current problem?
        • Loss of market share
        • Declining sales
        • Think of it as the threat component of a SWOT
      • What are the company’s external strengths (opportunities)?
        • Reputation
        • Brand recognition
        • Product strengths
    • Current User
      • Age and income range, martial status, housing
      • Values, belief systems
      • Provide me with a clear picture of the users
      • “Things to consider” - Lifestyle Market Analyst
    • Generation X Examples
      • 51% "admire their parent(s) more than anyone else”
      • 29% described their mom or dad as "my best friend”
      • 40% get financial help from their parents in emergencies
      • Reluctance to make personal sacrifices for the sake of career.
      • American Demographics, April 1995
    • Generation X (continued)
      • Drive small, economical automobiles like the Geo Metro and the Chrysler Neon
      • Marry late
      • Technology savvy - cell phones, computers, beepers, fax machines
      • American Demographics, April 1995
    • Generation X (continued)
      • Xers have no heroes. They see the whole person, warts and all. No one wished to change places with Madonna or Michael Jackson.
      • American Demographics, April 1995
    • Generation X (continued)
      • Xers don't dislike advertising. They dislike hype. They dislike overstatement, self-importance, hypocrisy. Advertising is guilty of hype, advertising will have to change.
      • American Demographics, April 1995
    • Geographic Emphasis & Seasonality
      • Is the product popular across the country?
      • Does your product have seasonality?
    • Purchase Cycle
      • How often do people purchase your product?
      • Does the target market have a characteristic that would increase their use of your product?
    • Competition
      • Primary and secondary market
      • Provide background information on the product category
      • Competitive sales
      • Competitive media
    • Competition (continued)
      • How to present
        • Describe the competition’s product
        • Compare your product to each competitor
        • Describe your product
        • Create a comparative chart comparing features
        • Use graphics and pictures
        • “Things to consider”
    • Research
      • Objective
      • Strategy
      • Methodology
      • Findings
    • Objective Example
      • To determine what the target market knows about /perceives
        • company’s brand
        • new product
        • ad campaign
        • product category
    • Methodology and Strategy
      • Method
        • Survey
        • Focus groups
        • Observation
      • Questionnaire
        • Watch wording
        • Open or closed question
      • Number of people you will survey - (760)
    • Presenting Findings
      • Chart
      • Summary of important findings
      • Discuss how result affected your campaign’s direction
      • Did it confirm any of your research?
    • Budget and Media
      • You need to get actual prices
        • SRDS, Bacon’s
        • ellermedia.com
        • Call media outlets
      • Media time table/Gantt chart
      • Justify your decisions
        • Why do each of your media choices fit your target market?
    • Creative Brief
      • Advertising objective
      • Strategy statement
      • Target audience
      • Advertising strategy statement
      • Supporting features and benefits
      • Theme
    • Advertising Objective Examples
      • To increase exposure to the target market by XX% in X months.
      • To increase the sales volume of XXXX brand by XX% in the next XX months.
      • To create awareness
      • To increase the penetration rate of XXXX brand among the target market by XX%.
    • Strategy
      • How will you reach your objectives?
    • Target Audience
      • Similar to the current user description, except it describes only the target market
        • Demographics
        • Psychographics
        • Media use patterns
        • Purchase patterns
        • Geographic emphasis
        • Lifestyle hot buttons
        • How to reach their soft spot
    • Advertising Strategy Statement
      • Advertising will (verb)
      • (Target Consumer) that (Product/Brand)
      • is/will/provide
      • (Statement of Objective/Benefit).
      • Be sure your strategy statement relates to your objectives.
    • Advertising will (verb) (Target Consumer) that (Product/Brand) is/will/provide (Statement of Objective/Benefit).
      • convince
      • persuade
      • communicate
      • remind
    • Advertising will (verb) (Target Consumer) that (Product/Brand) is/will/provide (Statement of Objective/Benefit).
      • Describe the person
        • Demographics
        • Psychographics
        • Product usage
      • Give the person dimension
    • Advertising will (verb) (Target Consumer) that (Product/Brand) is/will/provide (Statement of Objective/Benefit).
      • Examples
        • Women who wash confidently in all temperatures
        • Working mothers
        • Fashion conscious women, 18-35
        • Adults who wear eye glasses
    • Advertising will (verb) (Target Consumer) that (Product/Brand) is/will/provide ( Statement of Objective/Benefit).
      • Specific
      • Measurable
      • Achievable
      • Compatible
    • Advertising will (verb) (Target Consumer) that (Product/Brand) is/will/provide (Statement of Objective/Benefit).
      • Example:
      • Advertising will convince adults who eat cookies that Archway Oatmeal Cookies are uniquely nutritious and delicious.
    • Advertising will (verb) (Target Consumer) that (Product/Brand) is/will/provide (Statement of Objective/Benefit).
      • Example:
      • Advertising will convince automatic dishwasher owners that Cascade provides virtually spotless end results.
    • Supporting Features and Benefits
      • What features and benefits set your product apart?
      • What features and benefits will you feature in your ad campaign?
      • What features and benefits support your objectives and advertising strategy statement?
    • Theme Examples
      • Here to represent - Puma
      • Nothing else matters - Columbia
      • C 3 - Comfort, Compatibility, Columbia
        • Cool Crisp, Columbia
        • Capable, Conquering, Columbia
      • Wanna get high? - Vertical Reality
      • PUMA
        • P ositive, U plift, M aintain, A ttitude.
        • P revail, U proar, M ighty, A chieve
    • Tone or Brand Character Statement
      • Tone Statements are short-term and about the advertising
      • Brand Character Statements are long-term and about the brand
    • When to use a tone statement
      • A new brand
      • Re-positioning an existing brand
      • Trying to regain customers who have left the brand
      • Tone will be
      • (selling attitude adjective).
    • Tone Examples
      • Tone will convey the spicy fun of Popeyes’ New Orleans heritage.
      • Tone will combine the importance of good nutrition with the fun of cookies.
      • Tone will reflect the fun of the pizza eating experience.
      • How did you execute your theme and tone?
      • Why do your creative choices/theme/tagline/headlines fit your target audience?
      • How do your ads follow your strategy statement?
      • How do all your ads work together?
      • Tie your justification back to your research.
      Creative Justification
    •