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CHAPTER 8. Effective and Creative Advertising Messages. Chapter Objectives After reading this chapter you should be able to:. Appreciate the factors that promote effective, creative, and “sticky” advertising. Describe the features of a creative brief.

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effective and creative advertising messages

CHAPTER8

Effective and Creative Advertising Messages

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Chapter ObjectivesAfter reading this chapter you should be able to:

  • Appreciate the factors that promote effective, creative, and “sticky” advertising.
  • Describe the features of a creative brief.
  • Explain alternative creative styles of advertising messages.
  • Understand the concept of means-end chains and their role in advertising strategy.
  • Appreciate the MECCAS model and its role in guiding message formulation.
  • Recognize the role of corporate image and issue advertising.

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creating effective advertising
Creating Effective Advertising

Meaning of Effective Advertising

Accomplishment

(Output Perspective)

Composition(Input Perspective)

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effective advertising

Takes the Consumer’s View

Extends from Sound Marketing Strategy

Doesn’t Overwhelm the Strategy

Delivers on Its Promises

Breaks through the Clutter

Effective Advertising

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creativity the can elements
Creativity: The CAN Elements

The CAN Elements of Creative Ads

Connectedness

Appropriateness

Novelty

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getting messages to stick
Getting Messages to “Stick”
  • Characteristics of Sticky Ads
    • Their audience readily comprehends the advertiser’s intended message
    • They are remembered
    • They change the target audience’s brand-related opinions or behavior
    • They have lasting impact: they stick

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sticky messages success
Sticky Messages: SUCCESs

Unexpectedness

Simplicity

Concreteness

Common Elements of Sticky Ads

Storytelling

Emotionality

Credibility

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Figure 8.1

Illustrations of the Aflac Advertising Campaign with the “Spokesduck.”

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advertising successes and mistakes
Advertising Successes and Mistakes
  • Value Proposition
    • Is the essence of a message and the reward to the consumer for investing his or her time attending to an advertisement
    • The reward could be information about the product or just an enjoyable experience
    • Research indicates that starting with a strong selling proposition substantially increases the odds of creating effective advertisements

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Figure 8.2

Combination of Message Convincingness and Execution Quality

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advertising successes and mistakes cont d
Advertising Successes and Mistakes (cont’d)

Successful Campaigns

Result from both the brand management team and the creative team having done their work well

Marketing Mistakes

Occur when the brand manager fails to distinguish the brand from competitive offerings

Agency Mistakes

Result from the ad agency’s inability to design an effective execution, even though its brand management client has a convincing message

Complete Disasters

Are caused by poor value propositions and mediocre executions

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constructing a creative brief
Constructing a Creative Brief

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alternative styles of creative advertising
Alternative Styles of Creative Advertising
  • Functionally Oriented Advertising
    • Appeals to consumers’ needs for tangible, physical, and concrete benefits
  • Symbolically or Experientially Oriented Advertising
    • Is directed at psychosocial needs
  • Category-Dominance Advertising
    • Does not necessarily use any particular type of appeal to consumers but is designed to achieve an advantage over competitors in the same product category

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Table 8.1

Styles of Creative Advertising

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creative advertising styles
Creative Advertising Styles

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Figure 8.3

Illustration of Resonance Creative Strategy

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Figure 8.4

Illustration of EmotionalCreative Strategy

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section summary
Section Summary
  • An advertiser might use two or more styles simultaneously.
  • Some experts believe that advertising is most effective when it addresses both functional product and symbolic benefits.
  • Effective advertising must establish a clear meaning of what the brand is and how it compares to competitive offerings.

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means end chaining and the method of laddering as guides to creative advertising formulation
Means-End Chaining and the Method of Laddering as Guides to Creative Advertising Formulation
  • Means-End Chain
    • Represents the linkages among brand attributes, the consequences obtained from using the brand and “consuming” the attributes, and the personal values that the consequences reinforce

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means end chain
Means-End Chain
  • Attributes
    • Features or aspects of advertised brands
  • Consequences
    • What consumers hope to receive (benefits) or avoid (detriments) when consuming brands
  • Values
    • Enduring beliefs people hold regarding what is important in life

Brand attributes and the consequences of consuming these attributes are the means whereby people achieve valued ends

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Table 8.2

Ten Universal Values

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Table 8.3

A MECCAS* Model Conceptualization of Advertising Strategy

* Means-End Conceptualization of Components for Advertising Strategy

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Figure 8.5

MECCAS Illustration forSelf-Direction Value

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Figure 8.6

MECCAS Illustration for Hedonism Value

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Figure 8.7

MECCAS Illustration forAchievement Value

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Figure 8.8

MECCAS Illustration forPower Value

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identifying means end chains the method of laddering
Identifying Means-End Chains: The Method of Laddering
  • Laddering Research Technique
    • Is used to identify linkages between attributes (A), consequences (C), and values (V)
    • Constructs a hierarchy, or ladder, of relations between a brand’s attributes and consequences (the means) and consumer values (the end).
    • Attempts to get at the root or deep reasons why individual consumers buy certain products and brands

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practical issues in identifying means end chains
Practical Issues in Identifying Means-End Chains
  • The laddering method “forces” interviewees to identify hierarchies among attributes, consequences, and values that may actually not exist for them
  • Consumers may perceive clear-cut linkages between attributes and consequences but not necessarily between consequences and values
  • The resulting aggregations of A  C  V chains are assumed to represent all consumers in the target audience

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corporate image and issue advertising
Corporate Image and Issue Advertising
  • Corporate Image Advertising
    • Attempting to increase a firm’s name recognition, establish goodwill for the company and its products, or identify the firm with some meaningful and socially acceptable activity.
  • Corporate Issue (Advocacy) Advertising
    • Involves a firm taking a position on a controversial social issue of public importance with the intention of swaying public opinion.
    • Supports position and best interests of the firm while expressly or implicitly challenging an opponent’s position and denying the accuracy of their facts.

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Figure 8.9

Illustration of Corporate Image Advertisement

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