This text was adapted by the saylor foundation under a creative commons attribution-noncommercial-share-alike 3.0 license without attribution as requested by the work’s original creator or licensee.

This text was adapted by The Saylor Foundation under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Share-Alike 3.0 License without attribution as requested by the work’s original creator or licensee. Please answer the following questions by the due date listed in the module. Please answer in complete sentences and support your responses as needed. Chapter 1 Questions Pg. 11… Continue reading This text was adapted by the saylor foundation under a creative commons attribution-noncommercial-share-alike 3.0 license without attribution as requested by the work’s original creator or licensee.

The product should have aname and description of the product to pwersuade the audience to want to buy it.

Create a presentation of a commercial. The product should have aname and description of the product to pwersuade the audience to want to buy it. There should be photos of the product. The commercial needs to persuade people to want to buy this product. It must be specific such as a pill or lotion, or… Continue reading The product should have aname and description of the product to pwersuade the audience to want to buy it.

This analysis will be based on the client brief, backgrounder, and secondary research.

ONLY NEED SWOT ANALYSIS ANSWERED BUT PLEASE READ OVER THE BREIF. THE GOAL AND TARGET AUDIENCE IS CULTURAL AMBASSADORS Situation analysis: What is the issue our client is dealing with? What do you know about this issue? This analysis will be based on your secondary research on the issue. Based on the information received by… Continue reading This analysis will be based on the client brief, backgrounder, and secondary research.

Broadening the appeal requires thinking about who currently uses the product, and determining a way to get more people to use the product or people to use more of the product.

Chapter 4 describes the various methods advertisers use to segment and aggregate markets. Advertising success is not just about what you say, but also to whom you say it. Because no product or service pleases consumers, marketers need to select specific target markets that offer the greatest potential. They can then fine-tune their mix of… Continue reading Broadening the appeal requires thinking about who currently uses the product, and determining a way to get more people to use the product or people to use more of the product.