Managing Mass Communications, Five M’s of Marketing, Advertising

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Advertising, Procter & Gamble’s Advertising History, 5 M’s of Marketing, Advertising Budget, Campaign, Advertising Time patterns, Effectiveness, Sales Promotion, Sponsor events, Marketing PR, Managing Mass Communications

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  • Managing Mass Communications, Five M’s of Marketing, Advertising

    1. 1. Managing Mass Communications
    2. 2. What is Advertising? Advertising is any paid form of nonpersonal presentation and promotion of ideas, goods, or services by an identified sponsor.
    3. 3. Procter & Gamble’s Advertising History
    4. 4. Figure 18.1 The Five M’s of Advertising
    5. 5. Advertising Objectives Informative advertising Reminder advertising Reinforcement advertising Persuasive advertising
    6. 6. Factors to Consider in Setting an Advertising Budget Stage in the product life cycle Market share and consumer base Competition and clutter Advertising frequency Product substitutability
    7. 7. Developing the Advertising Campaign • Message generation and evaluation • Creative development and execution • Legal and social issues
    8. 8. Television Advantages • Reaches broad spectrum of consumers • Low cost per exposure • Ability to demonstrate product use • Ability to portray image and brand personality Disadvantages • Brief • Clutter • High cost of production • High cost of placement • Lack of attention by viewers
    9. 9. Print Ads Advantages • Detailed product information • Ability to communicate user imagery • Flexibility • Ability to segment Disadvantages • Passive medium • Unable to demonstrate product use
    10. 10. Print Ad Evaluation Criteria • Is the message clear at a glance? • Is the benefit in the headline? • Does the illustration support the headline? • Does the first line of the copy support or explain the headline and illustration? • Is the ad easy to read and follow? • Is the product easily identified? • Is the brand or sponsor clearly identified?
    11. 11. Print Ad Components Headline Picture Signature Copy
    12. 12. Media Selection • Reach • Frequency • Impact • Exposure
    13. 13. Choosing Among Major Media Types • Target audience and media habits • Product characteristics • Message characteristics • Cost
    14. 14. Major Media Types • Newspapers • Television • Direct mail • Radio • Magazines • Outdoor • Yellow Pages • Newsletters • Brochures • Telephone • Internet
    15. 15. Place Advertising • Billboards • Public spaces • Product placement • Point-of-purchase
    16. 16. Measures of Audience Size • Circulation • Audience • Effective audience • Effective ad-exposed audience
    17. 17. Figure 18.3 Classification of Advertising Timing Patterns
    18. 18. Factors Affecting Timing Patterns • Buyer turnover • Purchase frequency • Forgetting rate
    19. 19. Media Schedule Patterns • Continuity • Concentration • Flighting • Pulsing
    20. 20. Evaluating Advertising Effectiveness • Communication-Effect Research • Consumer feedback method • Portfolio tests • Laboratory tests • Sales-Effect Research
    21. 21. Figure 18.4 Formula for Measuring Sales Impact of Advertising
    22. 22. What is Sales Promotion? Sales promotions consist of a collection of incentive tools, mostly short term, designed to stimulate quicker or greater purchase of particular products or services by consumers or the trade.
    23. 23. Sales Promotion Tactics Consumer-directed • Samples • Coupons • Cash refund offers • Price offs • Premiums • Prizes • Patronage rewards • Free trials • Tie-in promotions Trade-directed • Price offs • Allowances • Free goods • Sales contests • Trade shows • Specialty advertising
    24. 24. Using Sales Promotions Establish objectives Select tools Develop program Pretest Implement and control Evaluate results
    25. 25. Why Sponsor Events? • To increase brand awareness • To create or reinforce consumer perceptions of key brand image associations • To enhance corporate image • To create experiences and evoke feelings • To express commitment to community • To entertain key clients or reward employees • To permit merchandising or promotional opportunities
    26. 26. Using Sponsored Events Establish objectives Choose events Design programs Measure effectiveness
    27. 27. Ideal Events Audience closely matches target market Event generates media attention Event is unique with few sponsors Event enhances brand image of sponsor
    28. 28. Tasks Aided by Public Relations • Launching new products • Repositioning a mature product • Building interest in a product category • Influencing specific target groups • Defending products that have encountered public problems • Building the corporate image in a way that reflects favorable on products
    29. 29. Public Relations Functions • Press relations • Product publicity • Corporate communications • Lobbying • Counseling
    30. 30. Major Tools in Marketing PR • Publications • Events • Sponsorships • News • Speeches • Public Service Activities • Identity Media
    31. 31. Decisions in Marketing PR Establish objectives Choose messages Choose vehicles Implement Evaluate results
    32. 32. Marketing Debate  Should marketers test advertising? Take a position: 1. Ad pretesting is an unnecessary waste of marketing dollars. or 2. Ad pretesting provides an important diagnostic function for marketers as to the likely success of an ad campaign.
    33. 33. Marketing Discussion  What are some of your favorite TV ads? Why?  How effective are the message and creative strategies?  How are they building brand equity?

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