Advertising Age: Handbook of Advertising
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1999 - Business & Economics - 228 pages
Writing in a friendly, engaging style, authors Herschell Gordon Lewis and Carol Nelson cover every facet of a modern advertising campaign with authority, including determining the objectives of your ad campaign; planning and strategizing your approach; Allocating the appropriate budget in order to get the results you want; identifying your product's Unique Selling Proposition (USP); choosing the most efficient media (from the ever-increasing number of options, including print, television, online, and alternative media); testing an advertisement's potential effectiveness; and evaluating your campaign's results.
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The Purpose of Advertising
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