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ADPR 3100 Advertising Lecture 1 Notes (Week 1 - 8/15)

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Principles of Advertising
Nathaniel J. Evans
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Principles, Of, Advertising, Evans, uga, University, Georgia, ADPR, 3100, Lecture, 1, week, 8/15




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Date Created: 08/15/16
Principles of Advertising 3100 Lecture 1  What is advertising? o Advertising happens before marketing  Advertising is not about selling o Association is a new way to think about advertising  What matters is the experience and being entertained o Old view: three criteria must be met for a communication to be classified as advertising 1. Communication must be paid for 2. Communication must be delivered through mass media  The internet is not a media, it is a means of accessing media such as Facebook and Instagram 3. Communication must be attempting to persuade o New view: might look like “brands communicating with people”  Ex: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge – when people were posting challenges, ALS wasn’t paying people to do it  Advertisements/Ads: specific messages designed to persuade an audience  Advertising campaign: an integrated series of ads and promotions that communicate a central theme or idea o Can appear in one media (TV) o multiple media (TV, print, radio)  Integrated Brand promotion (IBP): coordinating promotional tools with advertising to build and maintain brand awareness, identity and preference  Main Advertising Eras: 1. Premarketing Era: pre-printing press 2. Mass Communication Era: 1700s to early 1900s o Newspapers, magazines, and radio 3. Research Era: 1920s to current o What motivates, how segment on demographics, psychographics, now BIG DATA 4. Interactive Data: current with focus on consumer control, use of interactive devices and social media o REAL TIME  Fundamental Influences on the Evolution of Advertising: 1. Rise of Capitalism: o Free market  need to compete  need to stimulate demand and persuade the audience (tool? Advertising!) 2. Industrial Revolution: o Mass production of goods  need to stimulate demand and compete for the customer 3. Manufacturers pursuit of power: o Branding emerges  Ex: Levi’s (1873), Maxwell House Coffee (1873), Budweiser (1876), Coca-Cola (1876), and Ivory (1879) 4. Rise of mass media: o Advertising subsidized some of the media’s operating cost  True with newspapers in 1800s until about 10 years ago  True with radio starting in the 20s and 30s  True with TV in the 50s and 60s o All that money from advertisers drove the cost of access down for the average consumer


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