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    Advertising Strategy and Objectives Objectives/Strategies The advertising campaign for NebraskaLand National Bank must be able to meet certain objectives. The first is that the advertisements need to provide brand recognition. They need to stand out from traditional banking campaigns and more importantly; break away from the images of other locally owned banks. The advertisements need to attract local businesses and business owners, especially people who are just starting their own business.

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    Advertising Strategies Advertising is the biggest and best way to sell a product because advertisements are viewed all over the world. Advertisers are very smart with how they choose to portray themselves as a company and how they want the product to be seen by people. The ways that people view products is greatly varied dependent upon the types of advertising the company uses, some companies appeal to one type of person and therefore concentrate on that one group of people, an example

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    their product to the general public. If one strategy did not work, they will create another strategy that will execute reaching all consumers. Advertising Strategies Nike has all of these different outlets under their umbrella. They have the Nike app, Nike digital launch, Nike fuel band, Nike Sport watches, and that is not to mention the actual shoes and apparel that Nike sales. But because they have so many branches they have to have a strong strategy to get the word out about these products. The

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    After reading “Frequency of Restaurant Advertising Strategies: Exploring an Urban Market” I have learned interesting facts about ten advertising and promotion strategies used by various urban restaurants. The ten areas included food and beverage displays, advertising specialties, food samples, electronic or internet resources, newspaper advertising, radio advertising, directory advertising, direct mail, coupons, and frequent diner programs. As a marketing manager I do not feel the sample size or

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    Journal of Marketing, 55(3), 1-12. Leckenby, J. (2004). Internet advertising formats and effectiveness. Informally published manuscript, University of Texas in Austin, Austin, TX. Lewis, R. (2007). Retail advertising works! (Master's thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Mettrick, C. (2004, May 22). Danger -- comparative advertising. Retrieved from http://www.busreslab.com/tips/tip8.htm Rajput, N. (2008). Advertising and personal selling. (p. 309). Global Media. Sager, R. (2011, March

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    Promotion A promotional strategy can have an extensive range of aims, including sales increment, acceptance of brand new products, formation of brand equity, competitive retaliations, positioning, and also formation of a trade image. Advertisements: Advertising is defined as any funded form of non-personal communication about a product or service by an identified sponsor. We will be using this concept of aggressive advertising to promote our product. Therefore, advertising is an important selling

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    A Look at Colgate Advertising Strategies Over the Years "To be, or not to be?" This is the question that plagues companies every year. The business is one of survival- survival of the fittest. Companies around the world are constantly scattering about, developing new weapons in nuclear advertisement. Having looked back at old strategies, it is interesting to see the strategies that worked have lasted over time. Since the April 5, 1937 edition of LIFE magazine, Colgate's advertisements have evolved

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    entertainment are supported by advertisements that encourage us to purchase things. These can be necessities, things we are unaware of, and often times just things that are appealing that we want (Williams). However, it is becoming clear that standard advertising simply is not cutting it these days with the continuing advances in the digital world. Anticipating the way people will view advertisements on television is different today than it has been in the past. This is because people are using recording

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    Analysis of Two Advertising Strategies The Peugeot and the Ford Fiesta are advertised in very different ways despite being similar products. Analyse the ways each product is advertised and say what the

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    An Analyzing for Appeals and Strategy of BMW Advertisement Helen Ingham states that “Depending upon the media used, adverts generally consist of images, text and sound. Each of these aspects are encoded with various meaning and messages, some of which are associated with the particular product the advertisement is trying to sell, and some of which are associated with its image.” According to Ingham, ads/commercials are everywhere, and they all have one thing in common. They all contain the messages

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