The classic guide to effective advertisingupdated with new chapters on generating creative ideas, integrated communications, internet advertising, and the digital world, plus more than 200 fresh advertising examples and case histories.
A comprehensive tool for advertisers, agencies, and students, How to Advertise is a complete, practical guide to what works in advertising, what doesn'tand why.
The first section covers what to say and where to say it, including updated chapters on brands and strategies, research, campaigns, media strategies and tactics, and target marketing.
The second deals with getting the message outin TV, magazines, newspapers, radio, outdoor, direct marketing, brochures, websites, sales pieces, promotion, and publicity.
There are guidelines for legal, regulatory, and public responsibility issues, plus a chapter on how to work with an agency, a glossary of more than 300 industry terms and definitions, and an appreciation of David Ogilvy and the purpose of advertising.
More than an advertising guide, How to Advertise shows how to build brands and businesses.
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|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|Edition description:||Third Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.65(d)|
About the Author
Kenneth Roman, former Chairman and Chief Executive of Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide, one of the top international advertising and communications firms, is also the co-author of Writing That Works.
Jane Maas, a Creative Director at Ogilvy & Mather and subsequently Chairman of the Earle Palmer Brown agency, is a strategic and creative consultant and conducts sessions for the Association of National Advertisers on how to get more effective advertising. She is the author of Adventures of an Advertising Woman.
Martin Nisenholtz is CEO of New York Times Digital and a former director of content strategy for Ameritech Corporation. He is a director of the Interactive Advertising Bureau and chairman of the Online Publishers Association.