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Advertising within digital media. DAVID LILLEY 21125024. Contents. To follow the stages of an advertising campaign. Advertising Art Director. JOB RESEARCH TRAINING SKILLS NEEDED EXPERIENCE NEEDED ADDED INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS PRIMARY RESEARCH. TOPIC INTRODUCTION THE BRIEF THE RESEARCH

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Advertising within digital media

Advertising within digital media

DAVID LILLEY 21125024


Contents
Contents

To follow the stages of an advertising campaign

Advertising Art Director

  • JOB RESEARCH

  • TRAINING

  • SKILLS NEEDED

  • EXPERIENCE NEEDED

  • ADDED INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • PRIMARY RESEARCH

  • TOPIC INTRODUCTION

  • THE BRIEF

  • THE RESEARCH

  • FROM RESEARCH

  • THE CREATION

  • PRODUCTION COMPANIES

  • REFLECTION


Topic introduction
TOPIC INTRODUCTION

In a broad sense, The Oxford dictionary defines advertisement as to, “describe or draw attentionto (a product, service, or event) in a public medium in order to promote sales or attendance.”

Some Of the main outlets for advertising today include:

  • Press advertising

  • Billboard advertising

  • In-store advertising

  • Coffee cup advertising

  • Mobile billboard advertising

  • Online advertising

  • Infomercials

  • Radio advertising

  • New media

  • Television / Music Advertising

  • Sheltered Outdoor Advertising

  • Product placements

  • Covert advertising

  • Street avertising

  • Celebrity Branding

In 2010, spending on advertising was estimated at $142.5 billion in the United States and $467 billion worldwide.


The brief
THE BRIEF

The client first offers a brief usually stating;

  • Company beliefs

  • Objectives and goals of new design,

  • Budget and schedule

  • Target audience

  • Scope of project

  • Available materials/ materials needed

  • Overall style and look

  • Any “Do Nots.”


The research
THE RESEARCH

This role will usually be undertaken by the “account planner” who will look into some of the following:

  • The advertisers’ service or product will be compared with the competition.

  • Their ranking in the market-place will be looked at.

  • As will consumers’ perceptions of their brand in comparison to their competitors.

  • Analyzing the competitors’ advertising.



From research
From research

The media agency will then use this research to identify who their target audience will be and the media that should be used to reach that target audience in the most cost effective way.

This is usually the role for “Media Planners/ Buyers”

Together, the agencies will make recommendations on which markets are to be reached, distribution chances, pricing and which media channels will be used to deliver the message.



The creation
THE Creation

Both the Copywriter (written and verbal ideas) and the Art Director (Visualizing Idea) will then work together while creating the final message.

This can take some time as ideas can often be rejected many times before accepted. “Creatives” usually have to work fast and to tight deadlines.




Production companies
Production companies

Whilst the advertiing agency will be involved at every stage of the production of the commercials, they wont actually do any filming or taping.

This will be done by outside production companies and the traffic department within the advertising agency will ensure that the commercials are ready on time and that the client and legal approvals have been granted.


Reflection
REFLECTION

Once the advertisement or commercial has run, the media agency will verify this and check it’s performance.

This stage is important to advertising agencies as if an advertising campaign is successful, they are more likely to be rewarded with high paying clients in the future.