Class note JOUR 2000
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Date Created: 10/04/16
Advertising 09/06/2016 ▯ HISTORY of ADVERTSING ▯ Some name: Bill Bernbach Paul Rand – logo designer (abc, IBM, UPS, Ford) ▯ Words + Images: This was a very big deal This was the Creative Revolution ▯ Evolution = Revolution: The printing press This was a very big idea ▯ American economic system: Supply and demand Access to information Caveat emptor (buyer beware) Reasonable behavior ▯ Critical mass for modern advertising: Mass-produced goods Mass communication Mass distribution Mass education ▯ Media and advertising Newspaper Magazine (national medium) (J. Walter Thompson) Radio (1922 became popular in 1930) (first free medium) Television (became big in the age of baby boom) Internet ▯ Some names: Rosser Reeves o Unique selling proposition – one idea in the ad Bill Bernbach o Copy writer (team with Paul Rand – logo designer) o The “new” advertising (Volkswagen) Leo Burnett Inherent drama / characters (Jolly Green Giant, Tony the Tiger- frosted flaks, Marboro man David Ogilvy o Image and science Mary Wells Lawrence BRAND YOU PAPER ▯ APA style ▯ Pg. 3 syllabus ▯ ▯ Types of agencies Independent agencies National agencies Regional and local agencies Specialized or niche Digital agencies Creative boutiques In-house agencies ▯ ▯ In-house Agencies Advantages o Familiarity o Specialization o Fast service o Cost savings o Confidentiality Disadvantages o Less objective o Fewer resources o Ideas not as fresh o Extra costs / overhead ▯ Two primary roles of agencies 1. Idea generation 2. Brand building aka brand stewardship ▯ ▯ Brand building More than just advertising IMC o Advertising o Public relation o Direct response o Sales promotion o New media o Personal selling ▯ ▯ What advertising agencies do Complete a marketing analysis o SWOT – strings weaknesses opportunities threats Develop an advertising plan (budget, timeline, evaluate) Integrate other MarComm Prepare a creative strategy (what’s the benefit to the audience) Create the advertising executions Develop / implement media plan Handle billing and payments ▯ ▯ Full-service agency functions Account management Media planning and buying Research / Account planning Creative ▯ Account management The liaison between agency and client Need to understand client’s business And the client’s marketing needs Develop strategy Represent the client’s Layouts o Account Mgmt. Director o Management Supervisor o Account Supervisor o Account Executive o Asst. Account Executive – account coordinator o Traffic ▯ Media Planning o The strategic side of media Buying o The negotiation/implementation Layouts - Blackboard ▯ Research Interpret market environment Determine consumer needs and perceptions Advise how ads can meet strategic goals Layouts - Blackboard ▯ Account planning Responsibilities include Creative briefs Consumer insights New business presentations Layouts – on Blackboard ▯ Creative Create and produce ads and more important. Strategy is key Layouts – on Blackboard ▯ New business The critical objective and role of any ad agency is gaining new business ▯ Ongoing problems “spec” work – not getting paid for it, bring in new business Teams walking with accounts ▯ Agency trends Clutter, overload, over choice Doing more with less Managing size Managing technology Managing in a down-market Areas of opportunities ▯ “The medium is the message” ▯ ▯ Medium vs. media Medium = singular Media = plural ▯ Medium vs. vehicle A medium = magazine A vehicle = sports illustrated Another medium = television Another vehicle = modern family ▯ ▯ It’s a number game Media is about “ investing in eyeballs” o Advertiser paid media – 100% ad revenue Television Radio Out of home (aka outdoor) Direct marketing o Advertiser + consumer paid media Newspapers Magazines Cable TV or satellite o Consumer paid media Some media (e.g., HBO) Public radio (NPR) Public TV (KERA) Movies Spotify/ Panodra and concerts o Media continues to evolve Old media models are in trouble There’s still lots of TV BUT… Competition with the second screen o The audience is taking control Media is more interactive Media companies are losing control o Easy entry but… No easy profits And change is quick as a blink o Eyeball evolution And the evolution continues…. “We evolve as our media evolves” - Marshall McLuhan ▯ Primary Research (you go out and do it yourself) Vs. Secondary Research (third party) ▯ ▯ Quantitative (a random sample) Vs. Qualitative ▯ ▯ Brief History First evolved in British ad agencies Brits were less reliant on quantitative data Issues with research in general Began to redefine departmental roles ▯ What makes a good planner Well versed in all types of data / information Their product is insight to the customer Inspire creative’s work with insights ▯ Researcher vs. planner Development of strategy Writes the creative brief Has a point of view The consumer’s advocate Account planning is “research done right” ▯ Leaping the pond to US Jay Chiat of Chiat/Day ( from apple ads) ▯ Quotes from planners “Curiosity I the No.1 trait” “Active listeners” (talk, find pattern) “The voice of the consumer” “I solve problems” “The Creative Brief is the planner’s masterpiece” ▯ Quiz: note from 22,27 ▯ The big five personality traits ▯
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