Strategic Advertising Management presents a strong theoretical foundation for the development of effective marketing communication. The text then outlines how this theory can be used by managers in the development of effective marketing communication plans and creative executions. The book treats the subject as an integrated whole, looking at how the various aspects of advertising fit together.
In this latest edition the topic of promotion has been woven throughout the text. A new chapter on message delivery has been introduced, looking at basic types of promotion as well as alternative ways of delivering advertising and promotion type messages, such as sponsorships and event marketing. A new chapter on understanding cultural differences has also been included for the new edition, giving consideration to issues of culture in respect of advertising strategy and execution. Case studies have been introduced to allow students to critically reflect on the material being covered in each chapter.
Spanning advertising management, communication, production and promotion, this text looks at the necessary decisions--in the order in which they must be made--involved in the development and execution of an advertising campaign. The "Fifth Edition" has been both updated, to include current research and readings, and improved, to encompass more of the advertising process.
Students of advertising and marketing management learn many concepts and theories in their foundational courses, but real-world experiences are invaluable to understanding the decision-making process. Cases in Advertising and Marketing Management offers students the opportunity to apply what they have learned in previous courses to realistic situations from the business world.
The authors, a professor of advertising and an advertising agency executive, draw on their practical experiences with everyday challenges—ranging from budgets, electronic marketing, IMC, and account strategy to agency politics, overdue client payments, and ethical dilemmas. Each of the forty cases focuses on a contemporary problem or issue for students to identify and analyze, followed by discussion questions to help them work through the case toward a reasonable solution. The final chapters review important themes from the cases and look at several types of advertising and marketing positions often found in agencies or companies.
Advertising & Marketing Checklists gives you the distilled wisdom of decades of experience in advertising and marketing communications. It's a valuable tool for any marketing professional seeking to plan, implement, or manage any advertising or marketing effort. This totally updated and expanded second edition offers the advertising and marketing professional fast, practical solutions to teh challenges of marketing communications. WIth 30 all-new checklists and charts, Ron Kaatz has significantly expanded and improved his highly successful first edition. Topics new to the second edition include: