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Chapter 5: Segmenting and Targeting the Audience. Questions to Explore . What cultural, psychological, and behavioral influences affect consumer responses to advertising? What characteristics are used to segment groups of consumers?

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questions to explore
Questions to Explore
  • What cultural, psychological, and behavioral influences affect consumer responses to advertising?
  • What characteristics are used to segment groups of consumers?
  • How does targeting work and how is it different from segmenting?
consumer audience fbts
Consumer Audience—FBTs

What kinds of people? Age, Sex, Income, Status?

What kinds of people attitudinally?

Post Sept. 11. What are their emotional attitudes towards Business Travel?

What can a large airline do about it?

cultural influences
Cultural Influences

Core Values:

Sense of belonging

Excitement

Fun and enjoyment

Warm relationships

Self-fulfillment

Respect from others

A sense of accomplishment

Security

Self-Respect

Thrift

  • Norms and Values
  • Subcultures
  • Corporate Culture
social influences
Social Influences
  • Social Class
    • Determined by income, wealth, education, occupation, family prestige, value of home,and neighborhood
social influences demographics
Social Influences: Demographics

Demographics are the statistical, social, and economic characteristics of a population, including:

  • Age
  • Gender
  • Family Status
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Education
  • Occupation
  • Income
  • Geography
  • Sexual Orientation
quick quiz
Quick Quiz
  • What is the largest age group in the US?
    • Under 18
    • 18-44
    • 45-64
    • 65+
  • What is the fastest Growing age group in the US?
demographics
Demographics
  • 2010 Census is a good place to start
psychological influences
Psychological Influences
  • Motivations
    • Motive: an internal force that stimulates a certain behavior
  • Attitudes
    • Based on deeply held values, and Needs and Wants
  • Needs and wants
the vals system
The VALs System

The VALs System categorizes consumers according to psychological traits that correlate to purchase behavior.

  • Thinkers and Believers— motivated by ideals; abstract criteria such as tradition, quality, and integrity.
  • Achievers and Strivers— motivated by achievement, seeking approval from a values social group.
  • Experiencers and Makers— motivated by self-expression and the need to stand out from the crowd.

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demographics psychographics mixes
Demographics/Psychographics Mixes
  • The Greatest Generation
  • The Silent Generation
  • Baby Boomers
  • Generation Jones
  • Gen X
  • Me Generation
  • Generation Y
  • Millennials
usage behavior
Usage Behavior

Principle:

In many product categories, 20 percent

of the users buy 80 percent of the products.

targeting is more difficult
Targeting is more difficult
  • Segmentation +
  • Takes deeper insights
  • Profiles/Design Personas
homework
Homework
  • Re-read “Inside Story” on page 155.
  • Tell us what you think of Behavioral targeting.