Advertising lr

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Advertising lr

  1. 1. AbstractThe aim of the paper is to propose a simple approach to monitor and control the encoding phase, too oftenneglected by the doctrine and operators in the communication process. The paper is discusses a possiblemethodology to investigate the degree of coincidence / discordance between what is conveyed through theadvertising and what is actually understood by some consumers. The object of investigation is the verbal textof the spot in order to verify the level of understanding of the message and, if necessary, to find the reasons ofa wrong perceived meaning.IntroductionAdvertising effectiveness can be defined as the extent to which advertising generates a certain desired effect.Measuring the effects of advertising is very important, given the amount of investments needed foradvertising. While it is not possible to obtain a global measure of the advertising effectiveness, we should seekto develop and apply methods and measures for a partial verification of results. Regarding the difficulty ofmeasuring the overall effectiveness, we believe that it is due essentially to the following considerations:• advertising interacts with other business variables (behavior, marketing policies, financial decisions etc.) andenvironmental variables (competition, economic conjuncture etc.), hardly isolable;• the effects of advertising are varied and not always translatable into quantitative terms;• advertising causes long-term effects, not always, therefore, the results occur in the same period in which arethe costs.

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