Professional Media Communications

Posted by Yusuf on June 11th, 2014 — Posted in News

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Experts say that for an ad to be effective must be fully understood by a child of 10 years. If this child understands this, then understand it either, especially if it comes to consumer products. Mind you, I am not against creativity or the genius, but if not sell our advertising does not work on promotional communications. I worked many years as an account executive international advertising agency and was able to experience and observe the frustration over a poster that made large investments of time and money in the end, results in very poor sales. Before approving a notice must ask: a Is it correctly focused on our target market? a The selected media for dissemination (press, radio, billboards, POP material, TV, internet, etc..) Are coming into my “target”? a “captures the attention of our prospects?

Does it communicate the benefits of our products or services? a Do persuaded to take action? a Does it generate positioning of our brand? It is not advisable to launch an advertising campaign without first is pre-tested through research such as focus groups or surveys, because it is useless to me and my agency we like commercials if they do not motivate my target market to buy or prefer my mark among all competitors in the market. These notes also apply in corporate communication, on crisis management, lobbying campaigns, political communication and propaganda, etc. The principles and processes of communication are similar in marketing communication and corporate communication. In the end it’s all about the same: Build positioning to sell, whether products, ideas or proposals that require popular consent. Everything ended in a sentence: Advertising before all must communicate, not only amuse or entertain, and only not to be complacent. You can read other articles developed to train media professionals in general to design and implement effective communication strategies in their capacity as directors, independent consultants, or from their positions as PR publicists, journalists, heads of corporate communications and / or any other position that requires extensive and updated knowledge for effective performance and immediate positive results.

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