By Paul Springer
The second one variation of advertisements to Icons examines present and destiny tendencies in advertisements. via 50 overseas case experiences of latest and iconic ads campaigns, writer Paul Springer identifies why those campaigns have been winning and analyzes their contribution to the continuing improvement of advertisements.
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In getting to know the product, they research around the target consumer and set up focus groups to understand the company culture and assess how it’s seen. They also interview management to see what their customer’s idea of ‘success’ looks like. 5 per cent commission. This commission threshold is often referred to as the line. This threshold became increasingly significant during the 1990s in the United States and UK. Ad agency planners and account handlers, who were used to dealing only with media advertising, avoided below-the-line work.
In return, Beerka’s ‘add-ons’ helped make commercial breaks memorable for beer commercials. Beerka’s scheme of looping in beer brands raised the profile of the genre on Russian television. It was in the interests of beer producers, as advocates of beer brands, to support Beerka’s interconnected campaign. Review Television commercials were launched simultaneously with the press and billboard ads within the campaign. Juxtaposed billboards appeared in cities and on roadsides. The tone and treatment of Sibirsky Bereg Beerka commercials were consistent with those of Russian beer commercials, so they appeared to naturally follow on.
As soon as some agencies reduced their commission levels the system was effectively broken and full-service agencies lost their authority. Mass-media advertising agencies responded by attempting to diversify, having learnt that by producing work above and below the line their employability increased. More agencies started taking on jobs such as leaflets, flyers and magazine inserts and work normally done by marketing firms, such as targeted letters one-to-one from companies to individual consumers (see chapter 8).
Ads to Icons: How Advertising Succeeds in a Multimedia Age by Paul Springer