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NEW YORK: There are sound reasons for co-promotion, the practice of promoting two or more products with one message, but marketers still do not fully understand how media planning and buying shape the results, a paper in the Journal of Advertising ...

News

SYDNEY: Adding print magazines to the media mix delivers a greater uplift in brand metrics than the average of any other two media channel combinations, new research has claimed.

Opinion

WARC’s Lucy Aitken spoke to Charlie Chappell, Hershey’s Senior Director for Integrated media, and chair of judges for the WARC Media Awards Channel Integration category, about emerging platforms, data, and what makes a great integrated campaign.

Article

This article provides marketers with information and guidance about how reach and frequency help brands identify the optimal advertising mix.

News

LONDON: As magazine media become increasingly defined by content rather than platform, media planners need to rethink their role in the media mix, an industry figure argues.

Article

This article, based on local surveys by Ipsos, the market research and consultancy firm, covers how much Singaporeans are exposed to different types of media and the implications for branded content placement.

Article

This article provides a best practice guide to using magazine media, which offer marketers highly engaged consumers through the provision of professionally edited, original content – across an array of platforms – focussed on a particular passion point.

Research Paper

Drawing on media-dilution effects, this article investigates the role of media planning, such as media use and scheduling, in copromotion efficiency, calculated with super-efficiency data-envelopment analysis.

Article

This article provides an overview of how marketers can co-ordinate multiple media channels to amplify the impact of each and increase effectiveness.

Article

This event report highlights the potential impact of patient power in response to pharma advertising, particularly on TV.

Article

This article posits that social media should be used to spur engagement and interaction with the 'conversation-starting' TV campaign, providing four steps to doing so.

Article

This article shows how marketers can satisfy short-term demands without damaging the brand's long-term health, by using better performance metrics and each of these having a separate role.

Article

This article explains how FMCG marketers can best combine TV and social media, arguing that the most important thing is to start a conversation, keep it going and not hide if it becomes difficult.

Article

This article argues that the scale and reach of TV and social media are critical to the success of FMCG brands but that marketers need to consider the wider marketing ecosystem in order to deliver effective campaigns.

Article

This article discusses how Patanjali, an FMCG challenger brand, built success in India through social media and the fame of its founder, spiritual yoga guru Baba Ramdev.

Article

This article argues that the most successful media strategy for retailers takes into account the nuances between TV and social media platforms in order to produce fit-for-purpose content that customers truly want.

Article

This article argues that telecom marketers need to re-evaluate their media strategies in order to adapt to three paradigm shifts: the death of broadcast TV; brands as publications; and phones moving from voice to data.

Article

This article examines the rise of online video and on-demand services, cutting across traditional TV audiences, though TV has retained its position as the dominant awareness-raising medium.

News

LONDON: The Admap Prize 2017 has been won by Thomas Henry, Senior Strategist at Mother New York, for an essay that accepts social media is very helpful in improving effectiveness for FMCG brands, but is subordinate to TV when it comes to achieving ...

Case Study

This article presents the City of London Police's new policing strategy - Project Servator - as a way of designing a social marketing campaign that uses a partnership approach with the local community that is replicable across different global locales.

Article

This report provides evidence of how advertising - with an estimated global spend of $542 billion in 2016 - plays a crucial role in driving national economies and generating growth.

News

LONDON: Consumers use a mix of media, so brands must follow suit. However, an effective multichannel strategy needs to maintain clarity around the task and target audience in relation to brand growth, and be media neutral in opportunity evaluation, ...

Article

This article advises on how brands can adapt television commercials (TVCs) to create effective and engaging mobile content.

Article

This paper explains how brands can engage with consumers in a complex media landscape, arguing that they need to stay rooted in the real lives of their consumers.

Article

This article explores how to implement a media strategy capable of stretching across all types of media touchpoints, paid, owned, and earned.