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Advertising Techniques

Subject : business-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Uncovers critical info that becomes the basis for strategic planning






2. Use jokes or laughter to get you engaged in a commercial






3. Personal factors that affect the reception of an advertisement - such as the receivers needs - language skills - purchase history - info-processing abilities and other personal factors






4. The reaction the audience has to the message






5. Hinders the consumer's reception of the message - includes technical and socioeconomic trends that affect the reception of the message






6. May cover a more specific division of the company; focused on maximizing profit






7. Subsegments of a more general market.






8. Demographic Segmentation - Life stage segmentation - Geographic Segmentation - Psychographic Segmentation - Behavioral Segmentation - Values and benefits based segmentation






9. Primary tool used to evaluate strengths - weaknesses - opportunities and threats






10. Using superlatives (greatest - best - fastest) - comparatives (better - improved - increased) - and hyperbole to try to hype up the product






11. Focuses on all the elements of advertising






12. How individuals or groups select - purchase - use - or dispose of products - as well as the needs and wants that motivate these behaviors






13. Identifies people who are in the market for the product






14. Descriptions of the target audience that read like a description of someone you know.






15. Statistics percentages - and numbers to convince you that this product is better than something else






16. S- source/ sender (advertiser) M- coded message (agency) C- Channels of communication (media) R- Receiver (target audience)






17. To show loyalty patriotisim to the country






18. Personnal attacks people do to discredit their ideas






19. Advertisers realize that we like to feel important - so they tell us that their products will make us glamorous - sophisticated - or macho.






20. Repeating words or sounds






21. Using images and sounds to appeal to your senses: sight - touch - smell - etc.






22. Info that is collected for first from original sources






23. Indication of an important trend in marketing that is moving beyond two-way communication






24. 1) see/hear 2) feel 3) think/understand 4) connect 5) believe 6) act/do






25. Advertisers assure us that their products are foolproof and easy to use.






26. A distraction from the real issue






27. Group of people you use as a model for behavior in specific situations






28. A type of testimonial - usually scientists - professors - and other professionals advocating for a product/idea






29. Builds trustworthyness/credability of product






30. Refers to lifestyle and psychological characteristics (activities - values - interest - attitudes - opinions)






31. An appeal that deals with time - creates a sense of urgency






32. Need Recognition--> Information Search --> Evaluation of Alternatives--> Purchase Decision--> Postpurchase Evaluation






33. Using test - statistics - or information that sounds scientific to prove that one product or person is better than another






34. Uses a logical argument of fact to persuade you to buy the product






35. Where advertisers stress positive qualities and ignore negatives






36. People devoted to a particular brand. E.g. HOG;Harley Owners Group






37. Records behaviors of consumers when exposed to product






38. A regular person using a product to show how good it is






39. People testifying about the value or quality of a product in order to sell it






40. Culture- made up of tangible items (art - lit. - buildings - music) and intangible concepts (history - knowledge - laws - morals) that together define a group of people or a way of life - Corp. Culture- how various companies operate






41. 1)Divide them by type of market they represent B2B or B2C 2) Refer them to either as purchasers or customers - users - or influencers






42. A message to the consumer about a brand. It gets attention and provides info - sometimes even a bit of entertainment






43. Compares the product to its competetors






44. Informing you about how the product works or helps you






45. Using a chance to win a prize to attract attention






46. A celeberty or famous fiqure that is endorcing a product






47. Fiving us compliments to try to sell a product






48. Connects to audience emotions to win them over to your product






49. Developed for a brand or product line and evaluated annually






50. Argues against an idea by claiming it is the first step that will result in a complete change (If we ban smoking in restaurants - they will eventual ban unhealthy food - too.)