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History of advertising and creative print ads.

History of advertising and creative print ads.



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  • 1.  Introduction Definition History of advertising David Ogilvy Medium of advertising Advertising agencies Print advertisements Conclusion Bibliography
  • 2. “ Never write an advertisementwhich you wouldnt want your family to read. You wouldnt tell lies to your own wife. Dont tell them to mine.”
  • 3. “Doing business without advertising is likewinking at a girl in the dark. You know what you are doing , but no body else does.” - Stewart H. Britt
  • 4. DEFINITIONAccording to Kotler and Armstrong“Advertising is any paid form of non personalpresentation of ideas, goods and services by anidentified sponsor.”
  • 5. • Wall painting advertisements can be traced back to Indian rock art paintings that date back to 4000 BC.• Egyptians used papyrus to make sales messages and wall posters.• In June 1836, French newspaper La Presse was the first to include paid advertising in its pages• The first television advertisement was broadcast in the United States on July 1, 1941.• In India first television advertisement was broadcasted on September 15th 1959.• Public service advertising reached its height during World Wars I and II, it was called “Killers versus Poets”. 1806 for a traditional (A Japanese ad from 1806 for a traditional medicine)
  • 6. 1880 1886 1904
  • 7. 19051920 1907
  • 8.  David Mackenzie Ogilvy ,has often been called "The Father of Advertising.” David Mackenzie Ogilvy was born on June 23, 1911 at West Horsley, Surrey in England. He worked as a chef in a hotel and after a year he started selling AGA cooking stoves, door-to –door. His employer, asked him to write an instruction manual, The Theory and Practice of Selling the AGA cooker, for the other salesmen . Thirty years later, Fortune magazine editors called it the finest sales instruction manual ever written. Impressed by this manual London advertising agency Mather & Crowther offered him a position as an account executive.
  • 9.  Television advertising Radio advertising Print media(Newspapers and magazines) Online / Internet advertising Outdoor advertising(Posters, billboards, mobile billboards) Alternative media(Covert advertising, POP ads, celebrity branding )
  • 10. Worlds Top Advertising Agencies Ad Agencies Headquarters Ogilvy & Mather Manhattan, USA JWT New York, USA(James Walter Thompson) Saatchi & Saatchi New York, USA Omnicom Group New York , USA Aegis Group London, United Kingdom
  • 11. INDIA’S TOP ADVERTISING AGENCIES• Mudra communications Pvt. Ltd:- Mr. Madhukar Kamath (Head)• Lowe Lintas India Pvt. Ltd:- Mr. R. Balakrishnan(Chairman and CEO)• Ogilvy and Mather Limited:- Headed by Mr. Piyush Pandey• FCB Ulka Advertising Ltd :- Mr. Anil Kapoor (Managing Director and CEO)• RK Swamy BBDO Pvt Ltd:- Mr. Srinivasan K Swamy (Head)
  • 14. Good Night Mattress(J&J Ad, Shanghai, China)
  • 15. Protex hand wash (Young & Rubicam New York)
  • 16. Aquafresh Flexigel(Callegari Berville Grey, France)
  • 17. Timotei hair spray (JWT , France)
  • 18. Softlan ultra ( Y&R, Malaysia)
  • 19. 1993
  • 20. 1989
  • 21. Adam LeAdam (Draft FCB)
  • 22. Bangalore traffic police(Mudra Group, India)
  • 23. Advertisement is the life blood of marketing. Advertisinggives companies and businesses the opportunity to build up abrand and an identity. Advertisements help to sell the productas well as the company as a whole. Advertisements makecustomers aware of the product which benefits them and givesthem a reason to invest in it.
  • 24. 1) www.wikipedia.org2) www.adsoftheworld.com3) www.ogilvy.com4)