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  • Making the decision to use an external advertising agency as opposed to an in-house program for advertising or some other aspect of the advertising function is difficult.
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    Submitted to
    Dr. Sandhir Sharma
    Submitted by:
    SandeepSingh
    Rahul Gupta
    Nehadahiya
  • HISTORY
    George Reynell, an officer at the London Gazette, set up what is believed to be the first advertising agency in London, United Kingdom, in 1812.
    Another early advertising agent in London was Charles Barker, and the firm he established traded as 'Barkers' until 2009 when it went into Administration.
    In 1864, William James Carlton began selling advertising space in religious magazines. James Walter Thompson joined this firm in 1868.
    Thompson hired writers and artists to form the first known Creative Department in an advertising agency. He is credited as the "father of modern magazine advertising" in the US.
  • TYPES OF MEDIA
    PRINT MEDIA
    • Print media is important because it
    can reach such a large audience, and the great number of
    specialized publications enable
    businesses to focus in on a
    target audience with a specific
    set of characteristics.
    • Print media are allowed to advertise
    most anything, such as cigarettes,
    liquor, and contraceptives; however,
    many publications will not accept controversial ads.
    • The two most common print media are newspapers and magazines, but print media also include outdoor billboards, transit posters, the yellow pages, and direct mail.
  • SOCIAL MEDIA
    • Social media are media for
    social interaction, using highly
    accessible and scalable publishing techniques.
    • Social media use web-based technologies to transform and broadcast media monologues into social media dialogues.
    • Businesses also refer to social media as consumer-generated media (CGM).
    • A common thread running through all definitions of social media is a blending of technology and social interaction for the co-creation of value.
  • RADIO MEDIA
    • Radio advertisements are broadcast as radio waves to the air from a transmitter to an antenna and a thus to a receiving device.
    • Airtime is purchased from a station or
    network in exchange for
    airing the commercials.
    • While radio has the obvious limitation of
    being restricted to sound,
    proponents of radio advertising
    often cite this as an advantage.
  • Change in Advertising in the past 200 years.
  • Top 10 Advertising Agencies in World.
    Euro RSCG Interaction (Havas)
    Grey Digital Marketing (Grey Global Group)
    OgilvyInteractive (WPP)
    SBI.Razorfish 2
    Agency.com (Omnicom) 3
    Digitas
    Zentropy Partners (IPG)
    Tribal DDB (Omnicom)
    R/GA (IPG)
    Digital@JWT (WPP) Source-www.adpunch.org
  • Top advertising agency in India
    Ogilvy & Mather
    JWT, J Walter Thompson
    Mudra Communication
    FCB Ulka Advertising Ltd
    Rediffusion DY & R
    McCann Erickson India Ltd
    RK Swamy BBDO Advertising Ltd
    Grey Worldwide (I) Pvt. Ltd.
    Leo Burnett India Pvt. Ltd.
    Contract Advertising India Ltd.
    Source-/www.chillibreeze.com
  • Why companies goes for external advertising agencies rather than in-house advertising?
  • Advantage of external advertising house
    Specialized expertise
    Team collaboration between experts
    Time saving.
    Market research
    branding
  • Expertise
    As a business owner, your expertise is likely in your product or service area rather than in marketing
    There are so many aspects to marketing that no one person can be an expert in all of them.
  • Experts
     Experts work together on your advertising campaign
    Their combined expertise brings more to  your campaign than any one of them alone could
  • Time saving
    These experts all spend time on your campaign
    So that’s time you don’t have to spend.
  • Market research
    Business owners may not be strong in the area of market research.
    Identify the business's target market as well as their key demographics.
    To determine what type of advertising would be most effective.
  • Branding
    Advertising agency can be instrumental in helping a business develop a recognized brand.
    Agency artists can develop logos and other design features that can become of a part of the business's
  • Disadvantages of in-house advertising
    Initial cost for setting up the new entity and hiring competitive personnel.
    Those creating their own ads may have difficulty conceptualizing their product and its target consumer objectively. As a result, their ads may lack the vision that an outsider’s perspective can bring.
    In addition, reputable advertising agencies usually have established contacts through which they can secure highly visible ad space. Without this resource, in-house departments may have trouble reaching their target customer.
    Inability to come up with fresh ideas and new, creative campaigns.
    Lack of strategic thinking.