Advertising has become a strategic weapon rather than a tactical one. Advertisers no longer run ads to sell products, they run ads to establish a position. Advertising is too expensive to justify on the basis of today's results. A one‐minute commercial on the 1987 Super Bowl costs you more than a million dollars. Yesterday, readership was the key measure of an ad's effectiveness. Today, most advertisers pay little attention to readership reports and coupon contents. They want to know what position they occupy in the minds of the prospects.
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