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  • Communication Models and Advertising Research
  • AIDA Model Awareness Interest Desire Action
  • Hierarchy of Effects Unaware Aware Comprehension & Image Attitude Action
  • New Adopter Hierarchy Awareness Interest Evaluation Trial Adoption
  • Lavidge and Steiner model Awareness Knowledge Liking Preference Conviction Action
  • Research stream 1• Exposure, Salience, Familiarity – Zazonc• Exposure – Preference is created by mere exposure• Salience – ‘TOMA’ for mature brands. Reminder advertising for others• Familiarity – Comfort, Security, Ownership, Intimacy – Perceptual Fluency• Implications – High level of ad repetition – for low involvement products
  • Research stream 2• Low Involvement Learning- Krugman,Ray For normal products Cognitive Attitudinal Behavioural For L.I. products Cognitive Behavioural AttitudinalImplications – For L. I. products, greater awareness and branding is required to build preference (Wayne D. Hoyer)
  • Familiarity – Attitude Grid High Imported goods, Popular FMCG Endorsement products Big brandsAttitude Recently Paints, launched Lubricants, etc products Low Low High Familiarity
  • Central vs Peripheral routes to processingCentral processing• Depth of information processing• Rational and logical thinking• High involvementPeripheral processing• Holistic thinking• Associating –ve or +ve cues from ads• Cognitive ‘short-cuts’
  • Research stream 3Elaboration Likelihood Model – Richard E. Petty and John T. Cacioppo Consumers are more likely to process centrally when motivation and ability to process is high. When either or both is low, peripheral processing is likely to take place.
  • Elaboration Likelihood Model to Attitude change Advertisement Motivation to No Process Peripheral cue information Yes present Ability to No process information Yes Peripheral Central route route
  • Factors that shape motivation and ability• Ad medium• Involvement or motivation (ad story)• Knowledge level• Comprehension• Distraction• Emotion• Need for cognition
  • Research stream 4• The Cognitive Response ModelAdvertising exposure and processing leads to consumers forming SAs and CAs. These are the thoughts that go on in the consumer’s mind which are cognitive responses• SAs change beliefs and attitudes• CAs strengthens existing beliefs and attitudes
  • Cognitive Response Model CAs CAsSAs SAs Exposure
  • Implications of the CR modelThe objective of the advertiser would be to stimulates SAs and minimise CAsTherefore this is to be managed• Repetitions. CAs rise and SAs fall with too much repetition. Therefore there is an optimal level beyond which advertising should not take place (ad wearout)• Don’t expect to win over a hostile audience easily• Strength of argument promotes SAs• Emotion – Positive moods generates SAs
  • Research Stream 5Recall and Persuasion – David W. Stewart and John G. Lynch• Recall is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for persuasion• For L.I. products, recall is necessary for comprehension and comprehension is necessary for persuasion• For H. I. products, message content indicating superiority over competitive products and recall are both necessary