Week 1 Notes-2
Week 1 Notes-2 MKTG 2001
Popular in Advertising and Society: from Ancient Greece
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Date Created: 02/04/16
History of Advertising (The World as 100 People) Ancient Greece – they had paintings of signage on buildings. Palace of conosus? Ancient Babylon – painted cloth, more elaborate and to depict things in a more descriptive way. Pompeii (500 A.D.) – painting and artwork of what people liked to do. People like to play instruments. Medieval Times (600-1400) – A lot of calligraphy and crests on what job you did. Town crier with a bell and told the news. Invention of the Printing Press (1450) First Newspaper Advertisement (1700) Pre-Industrialization Era (pre-1800) – newspaper ad for frock dresses or dress making. Industrialization Era (1800-1875) – Manufacturing accidents so insurance industry popped up in advertisements. First Billboard Advertisement in U.S. (1835) – The Great Wallace Shows Circus First Advertising Agency (1841) – V. B. Palmer’s, they sold media or space on the side of buildings. First P&G Soap Ad (1882) P.T. Barnum Era (1875-1918) – advertising told us what we wanted to hear instead of the truth or facts. First Celebrity Endorsement (1890) – Lily Langtry for Pears Soap First National Ad Campaign (1905) – Gillette Safety Razor War Advertising (1914) – British Volunteers The 1920s (1918-1929) – complexion wafers and office widow. First Radio Commercial (1922) The Depression (1929-1941) – Dog rides comfortably in sack on running board. Soap Operas (1930s) First TV Commercial (1941) – Bulova watches WW2 & The 1950s (1941-1960) – women worked in factories making bombs, etc. IBM first computer. Peace, Love, & Creativity (1960-1972) – Mad Men, Airplane Stewardess The 1970s (1973-1980) – Max Cigarettes, Designer Jeans The Designer Era (1980-1992) – 1984 Ad for Apple The E-Revolution Begins (1993-2000) – Internet Consumer Empowerment, Branded Entertainment, & Social Media (2000-Present)
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