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by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett
Prosocial ad campaigns aimed at large populations of children and adolescents can affect large numbers of young people, although the percentage of the population affected is typically less than 10%. Campaigns promoting a new behavior ...
by Craig E. Carroll
Some institutional ad campaigns may also aim at creating awareness about the legacy of the company to project a robust image among the external publics. For instance, the Tata Group, an Indian conglomerate, after completing 100 years ran ...
by Ken Albala
Ad agencies began creating ad campaigns and marketing strategies that included a popular slogan, a strategy that has been a staple since then. Finally, in the 20th century, new technologies made food marketing and advertising even more ...
Encyclopedia of Hair (2006)
A Cultural History by Victoria Sherrow
After 1950, more ads appeared in full color and ad campaigns became increasingly sophisticated. Famous Ad Campaigns Some ...
The Home Front Encyclopedia (2007)
United States, Britain, and Canada in World Wars I and II by James Ciment, Thaddeus Russell
the War Advertising Council consisting of representatives from ad agencies, the media, and business to coordinate public service campaigns for the war effort and provide advice and support for government- sponsored ad campaigns.
by Marcel Danesi
Some of the more effective ad campaigns are those that tap into the emergent codes 16 Advertising.
by Margaret Puskar-Pasewicz
has perhaps been the leading organization in introducing the general public to these forms of violence through its extensive ad campaigns featuring ce- lebrities and through its activist tactics ...
by Lynda Lee Kaid, Christina Holtz-Bacha
Future presidential ad campaigns increasingly moved away ...
by Michael J. Stahl
Ad campaigns can be geared to the particular stage(s) a business seeks to affect. Another tenet of effective advertising is to promote benefits, not features, in offering products and services: Consumers value how they will be helped far more ...
by Robert L. Heath
Meanwhile, advertising planners embraced tie-ins with not-for-profit causes as the foundation for large consumer ad campaigns. (Such image-enhancing efforts were once the province of public relations.) In the end, clients and everyone ...
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Quotes about Ad Campaigns
There are as many jobs for younger Americans as there are for other Americans of every age group in political campaigns. Campaigns are very labor intensive and volunteer dependent. (Marc Racicot)
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