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|Author||: Pete Barry|
|Editor||: Thames & Hudson|
This is the third edition of the highly successful Advertising Concept Book. As well as substantially expanded chapters on interactive advertising and integrated advertising, an entirely new chapter on branded social media has been added. This new edition contains fifty specially drawn new illustrations of key campaigns. It covers every aspect of the business, from how to write copy and learn the creative process to how agencies work and the different strategies used for all types of media. Pete Barry outlines simple but fundamental rules about how to 'push' an ad to turn it into something exceptional, while exercises throughout will help readers assess their own work and that of others. Fifty years' worth of international, award-winning ad campaigns - in the form of over 500 'roughs' specially sketched by the author - also reinforce the book's core lesson: that a great idea will last forever. Pete Barry goes straight to the essence of how to write a great ad: work out what you want to say, who you are saying it to, and how you want to say it.
|Author||: Judith Williamson,Judith Williamson, Dir|
|Editor||: Marion Boyars|
A fascinating account of how the admen achieve their effects.?Stuart Hood This book sets out not simply to criticize advertisements on the grounds of dishonesty and exploitation, but to examine in detail, through over a hundred illustrations, their undoubted attractiveness and appeal. The overt economic function of this appeal is to make us buy things. Its ideological function, however, is to involve us as 'individuals' in perpetuating the ideas which endorse the economic basis of our society. If it is economic conditions which make ideology necessary, it is ideology which makes those conditions seemnecessary. If society is to be changed, this vicious circle of "necessity" and ideas must be broken. Decoding Advertisementsis an attempt to undo one link in the chain which we ourselves help to forge, in our acceptance not only of the images and values of advertising, but of the 'transparent' forms and structures in which they are embodied. It provides not an "answer," but a "set of tools" which we can use to alter our own perceptions of one of society's subtlest and most complex forms of propaganda. Other books by Judith Williamson published by Marion Boyars are Consuming Passions: the Dynamics of Popular Cultureand Deadline at Dawn: Film Criticism 1980-1990.
|Author||: David Ogilvy|
A candid and indispensable primer on all aspects of advertising from the man Time has called "the most sought after wizard in the business." Told with brutal candor and prodigal generosity, David Ogilvy reveals: • How to get a job in advertising • How to choose an agency for your product • The secrets behind advertising that works • How to write successful copy—and get people to read it • Eighteen miracles of research • What advertising can do for charities And much, much more.
|Author||: Perry Marshall,Keith Krance,Thomas Meloche|
|Editor||: Ultimate Series|
Today, only 5% of the 50 million active businesses on Facebook are tapping into the targeting capabilities and gold mine opportunity of their advertising programs. With more than 1.7 billion active users and growing, Perry Marshall, joined by co-authors Thomas Meloche and Keith Krance, walk entrepreneurs and businesses through the latest changes and enhancements to help them pinpoint their ideal audience, and ultimately gain a ten-fold return on their investment.
|Author||: Richard Stokes|
|Editor||: Entrepreneur Press|
Millions compete for exposure on Google and Bing but 99% of them fail to get results. As the founder of leading digital intelligence firm AdGooroo, search advertising authority Richard Stokes is in a unique position to reveal what’s going wrong and provide solutions to fix it. Using proven strategies from today’s search advertising elite, discover how to drive significantly more traffic to your site, dramatically increase click-through rates, steal impressions from competitors, boost your conversions, and increase your sales by unbelievable amounts. Since the previous edition, there have been a number of revolutionary changes in paid search. First, we are increasingly searching from our cell phones rather than desktop computers. Second, Google is no longer the only game in town. Bing now accounts for 30 percent of all U.S. searches. Finally, "search extensions" have become a powerful new technique you can use to collect phone numbers and email addresses with your ads, limit your ads to certain times of day, deliver coupons to nearby customers, and even provide handy "call me" buttons that are displayed only on cell phones. In this new edition, Stokes details all this and more.
|Author||: Bob M. Fennis,Wolfgang Stroebe|
|Editor||: Psychology Press|
Advertising is a ubiquitous and powerful force, seducing us into buying wanted and sometimes unwanted products and services, donating to charitable causes, voting for political candidates, and changing our health-related lifestyles for better or worse. The impact of advertising is often subtle and implicit, but sometimes blatant and impossible to overlook. This revised and fully updated new edition of The Psychology of Advertising offers a comprehensive and state-of-the-art overview of the psychological findings on the impact of advertising, and discusses the research in the context of recent developments in the fields of social and consumer psychology. Key questions covered in the volume include: What impact does advertising have on consumer behavior? What causes this impact? What are the psychological processes responsible for the effectiveness of advertising? How do consumers make sense of advertising messages? Which messages "get across" successfully and when, and why? How do new online and digital technologies affect consumer judgement and choice? Engagingly written, and including a comprehensive glossary of frequently used concepts, The Psychology of Advertising is a unique and invaluable resource for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, and for researchers and lecturers in social psychology, marketing, and communications. It is also a valuable guide for professionals working in advertising, public health, public services and political communication.
|Author||: Edith Smit|
|Editor||: Het Spinhuis|
For most consumers, advertising is less important than ad- vertisers might think. Advertising appears to function as something in the background that is hardly noticed, as "wallpaper," But mass-mediated advertising should at least function as a reminder when people are making choices. Smit addresses these questions through in-depth interviews, a nation-wide telephone survey with follow-up mail and a face-to-face survey. Edith Smit is associate professor at the Department of Communication at the University of Amsterdam and at the Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ascor). She is also Deputy Director of swocc, the Dutch Foundation for Fundamental Research on Commercial Communication.
|Author||: C. L. Tyagi,Arun Kumar|
|Editor||: Atlantic Publishers & Dist|
This Is An Ideal And Most Comprehensive Textbook Presenting An Integrated Approach To The Principles, Concepts And The Cases In Advertising Management. Based On Authentic Publications And Practical Experience Of The Authors, The Book Deals With Advertising And Sales Promotion, Economic And Social Effectiveness Of Advertising Decisions And Plans. The Book Is Well-Written And Well-Structured In Lucid, Simple And Conversational Language. Different Topics Are Systematically Arranged With Proper Blend Of Theories And Models So As To Make Easy And Clear Understanding Of Principles And Their Applications In Advertising.The Book Will Be Very Useful For Students Doing M.B.A., M.Com., D.I.M. And B.B.M. It Will Also Be Most Valuable Reference Source For Advertising Professionals.
|Author||: James R. Ogden,Scott Rarick|
Two experts show entrepreneurs how to execute advertising campaigns and maintain a unified message when advertising and communicating with customers. * Includes an Integrated marketing communication flow chart and section-by-section steps for the development of an Integrated Marketing Communication plan
|Author||: Perry Marshall,Thomas Meloche,Bob Regnerus|
What started as a way to connect with friends and family is now one of the largest advertising vehicles for small and large businesses. Facebook users make 2 billion searches every month researching everything from leading trends to local businesses. And with 94 percent of social media marketers using Facebook as an advertising platform, businesses won't want to be left in the dark. Perry Marshall, joined by co-authors Thomas Meloche and Bob Regnerus, walk entrepreneurs and businesses through the latest changes and enhancements to help them pinpoint their ideal audience, and ultimately gain a ten-fold return on their investment
|Author||: Harry Lewis Bird|
|Editor||: Wildside Press LLC|
A detailed introductory guide to every aspect of the advertising field, including the "why," "who," "where," and "what" -- with illustrations, glossary, index, and more.
|Author||: Robert Heath|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
Our relationship with ads: it's complicated A must-read for anyone intrigued by the role and influence of the ad world, Seducing the Subconscious explores the complexities of our relationship to advertising. Robert Heath uses approaches from experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience to outline his theory of the subconscious influence of advertising in its audience’s lives. In addition to looking at ads’ influence on consumers, Heath also addresses how advertising is evolving, noting especially the ethical implications of its development. Supported by current research, Seducing the Subconscious shows us just how strange and complicated our relationship is with the ads we see every day.
|Author||: Marieke de Mooij|
The Third Edition of the bestseller is packed with cultural, company, and country examples that help explain the paradoxes international marketers are likely to encounter.
|Author||: Bob M. Fennis,Wolfgang Stroebe|
|Editor||: Psychology Press|
Advertising is a ubiquitous and powerful force, seducing us into buying wanted and sometimes unwanted products and services, donating to charity (even to causes we have not heard of before), voting for political candidates (even of questionable reputation), and changing our health-related lifestyles for better or worse. The impact of advertising is often subtle and implicit, but sometimes blatant and impossible to overlook. This book discusses key topics from the fields of social and consumer psychology. Important questions are addressed in the volume such as: What impact does advertising have on consumer behaviour? What causes this impact? What are the psychological processes responsible for the effectiveness of advertising? How do consumers make sense of advertising messages? What messages "get across" and when and why? This is the first book to offer a comprehensive and state-of-the-art overview of the psychological findings on the impact of advertising, and to discuss this research in the context of recent developments in the fields of social and consumer psychology. It presents and discusses results of both classic and contemporary studies in an engaging style that avoids highly technical language. The authors have included a glossary of frequently used concepts which assists student comprehension, making it a unique and invaluable volume for advanced undergraduate and graduate students as well as researchers and lecturers in social psychology, marketing, and communications. It is also a useful resource for professionals working in advertising, public health, public services and political communication.
|Author||: Lluís Mas-Manchón|
This book addresses innovative and new aspects of branding and advertising communication, by drawing on a broad, interdisciplinary range of theories, methods and techniques– from body image, identity and mental imagery, to self-exposure and LCM4P – intersecting with branding and advertising constructs and practices. The editor combines the perspectives of an international group of scholars to establish new theoretical frameworks and proposes new methodological designs to conduct comprehensive studies in the field. Situated at the intersection between society, communication and psychology, each chapter presents an innovative approach to branding and advertising research. The book explores topics such as social robots, body image in video advertising, brand personality, transmedia personal brands, erotic content in commercial images, and brand fandom communities. Innovation in Advertising and Branding Communication will be a valuable resource for scholars working in the fields of marketing communication, branding and advertising, online communication, sociology, social psychology and linguistics
|Author||: Barrie Gunter|
This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive review and critique of the scientific evidence concerning the prevalence, nature and potential effects of food advertising and other forms of marketing on children. There is growing international concern about the prevalence of childhood obesity and associated health problems. Poor quality diet and nutrition has been blamed. The food and soft drinks industries have been targeted in this context for their promotions of foods and drinks that are high in salt, sugar and fat content. Many of the most widely promoted and consumed food brands fail to meet recommended nutritional standards. What is the evidence for the effects of food promotions on children’s food preferences, diets and health? This book draws on evidence from around the world, reviewing the major studies before presenting a fresh assessment of the state of play. It considers also the issue of food regulation and advertising codes of practices, the need for better and relevant consumer education and socialisation about advertising and nutrition.
|Author||: Richard Rosenbaum-Elliott|
With strong foundations in theory and featuring a wide range of current and international examples, Strategic Advertising Management presents an overview of how advertising works and what is required from a manager's perspective, in the development of an effective communication plan.
|Author||: Al Ries,Laura Ries|
|Editor||: Harper Collins|
Bestselling authors and world-renowned marketing strategists Al and Laura Ries usher in the new era of public relations. Today's major brands are born with publicity, not advertising. A closer look at the history of the most successful modern brands shows this to be true. In fact, an astonishing number of brands, including Palm, Starbucks, the Body Shop, Wal-Mart, Red Bull and Zara have been built with virtually no advertising. Using in-depth case histories of successful PR campaigns coupled with those of unsuccessful advertising campaigns, The Fall of Advertising provides valuable ideas for marketers -- all the while demonstrating why advertising lacks credibility, the crucial ingredient in brand building, and how only PR can supply that credibility; the big bang approach advocated by advertising people should be abandoned in favor of a slow build-up by PR; advertising should only be used to maintain brands once they have been established through publicity. Bold and accessible, The Fall of Advertising is bound to turn the world of marketing upside down.