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  2. 2. DEFINITION OF PROMOTION According to Philip Kotler, “Promotion compasses all the tools in the marketing mix whose major role is persuasive communications.” According to Stanston, “Promotion includes, advertising, personal selling, sales promotion and other selling tools.”
  3. 3. Objective of Promotion Leads to Behavior Modification.ii. Modify behavior and thought. Eg. Persuading to drink Coca Cola rather than Pepsi.iii. Reinforces existing behavior. Eg. Persuading to continue coca cola once customer began to take. Objective to Inform. Objective to Persuade. Objective to Remind. Specific to Remind.
  4. 4. Role of Promotion Promotion helps marketers to communicate information to potential customers. This information could be about the Product existence (awareness), value and benefits offered by the product (utility). A well designed promotion mix is extremely crucial for brand building and positioning. In fact communication or promotional mix is at the centre stage in brand positioning and brand building activities. Promotional mix or IMC help marketers to attract, persuade, urge and remind customers of the companies brand. Effective promotion prove helpful in product differentiation and also help to counter competition.
  5. 5. Components of Promotion Advertising. Sales promotion. Personal selling. Public relation. Direct Marketing. All of the above components when used in combination constitute a Promotional Mix of a firm or Organization.
  6. 6. Advertising “Advertising is any paid form of non personal presentation and promotion of ideas, goods and services by an identified sponsor.” Advertising is the form of communication intended to promote the sales of the product or services to influence the public opinion, to get political support or to advance a particular causes.
  7. 7. Features of Advertising It is mass communication process. It is informative action. It is persuasive Act. It is competitive act. It is not the part of product. It is Paid for. It is non personal presentation.
  8. 8. Advantages of Advertising. Advantages to Manufacturer.II. It increases the sales volume.III. It increases the Net Profits.IV. It controls Product Price.V. It helps in Opening New Market.VI. It Maintain existing Market. Advantages to Salesman8. Curtails the Burden of the salesman job.9. Least Efforts. Advantages to Wholesalers and Retailers.11. Create easy sales.12. Increase the turnover.13. Attract the more customers.
  9. 9. Advantages of Advertising. Advantages to Customers.2. Easy Purchasing.3. Saves time.4. Choose best quality product.5. Educates the customers. Disadvantage of Advertising7. Less Persuasive.8. High level of wastage.9. Not targeted well.10. Difficult to evaluate.11. Little interactive.12. Costly.
  10. 10. Classification of Advertising According to Geographical Spread2. National Advertising..3. Local Advertising..4. Global Advertising.. According to Target Group.6. Consumer Advertising.7. Industrial Advertising.8. Trade Advertising.9. Professional Advertising.
  11. 11. Classification of Advertising Institutional Advertising. Institutional Advertising. Product Advertising. Timing of response it Elicits.5. Direct Action advertisement.6. Indirect Action Advertising.
  12. 12. Steps in Designing Advertising Campaign Identify the target Audience. Set the advertising Objectives. Determine the advertising budget. Design the message. Evaluate and select the media. Create an advertisement. Measure the impact.
  13. 13. Sales Promotion According to Philip Kotler, “Sales Promotion consist of diverse collection of incentive tools, mostly short term designed to stimulate quicker or greater purchase of particular product or services by consumers or the trade.” From the above definition one can understand the following characteristics of Sales Promotion4. It is mostly short term in nature.5. Its only objective is to promote sales quickly.6. Sales promotion is done with channel partners as well as the customers.
  14. 14. Commonly used tools and techniques of sales promotion Sponsorships. Demonstration. Trade fairs and Exhibition. Coupons. Exchange offers. Free samples. Loyalty programmes. Contest.
  15. 15. Personal selling