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BUAD 886: Class Resource Page
Library resource for Group Project
Guest speaker (8/2): Gary Spangler, eMarketing, DuPont. How digital and especially social media have changed
Topic 6 (8/2): I know half of my marketing is wasted, I just don't know which half. Please discuss.
N. W. Ayer & Son First full-service advertising agency in the United States, est. 1869
Earliest surviving film, 1888
History of Television Advertising, Radio Advertising
Bulova, advertising pioneers First TV commercial, 1941 (America Runs on Bulova Time), First network radio commercial, 1926.
Symbiotic relationship between media and marketer: Soap Opera
Top 3 Advertisers, 2011 millions, Procter & Gamble ($4,971.5), General Motors ($3,055.7), Verizon Communications ($2,523)
First internet advertisements
comScore: In U.S. Mobile Market, Samsung, Android Top The Charts; Apps Overtake Web Browsing
Youths Are Watching, but Less Often on TV
Media spending, 2007 - 2012
Wikipedia: Hulu Hulu
Facebook IPO Roadshow Movie - 30min
New York Times: $1.14bn CBS: $20.86bn Google: $192.4bn
1952 vw beetle commercial More recent VW commercial Purely functional advertisement, to an emotional advertisement.
First Apple Commercial Apple New iPod Touch Ad 2012
Brands Strive for Emotional Connection, but Communicate at Rational/Functional Level
Freedom of Speech Harm versus offense
Commercial Speech Puffery The basis for what is acceptable in advertising.
Punch Buggy Volkswagen Punch Dub Campaign, 2010 Superbowl That's Das Auto VW Jetta/Tiguan July offer
100 Leading National Advertisers 2012 edition index (online subscription required)
Got Milk Original "got milk?" commercial - Who shot Alexander Hamilton? goes Viral Got Milk?
2006 - Geico commercial - Caveman at the airport Simplicity message GEICO Gecko and Otter Geico: 15 minutes can save you 15% or more on car insurance. Savings message. What is the brand, the message ? How did this brand develop with the use of the Gecko as a spokesperson ?
PepsiCo Overhauls Strategy Excerpt: PepsiCo Inc. is chopping 8,700 jobs and boosting its marketing budget by as much as $600 million in 2012 as it tries to overhaul a struggling U.S. beverage business that is losing ground to Coca Cola Co.
Trout and Al Reis, Positioning
Uniqueness versus importance, for positioning.
Wells Fargo commercial 2012 (cultural symbol)
Reposition Examples 7-UP "THE UNCOLA"
What Makes Wimbledon Great? Rolex and Three day
Roger Federer, endorsement value Roger Federer
Under Armour Protect This House My Better is Better than Your Better
Leading Advertising Agencies
Brand increasingly determined by consumers, versus marketers, in digital age of C2C conversations. Makes social strategy key.
Our Biggest Brands Can No Longer Be Managed by Nerds
Hyundai: Think About It
Medium is the Message
Old and Improved: Relationships That Last for a Century
Effie Awards Cannes Lion
How Companies Learn Your Secrets
Subliminal Messages and Subliminal Communication
Neuromarketing: What the Human Brain Means to Your Campaign
Beliefs drive attitudes, which dictate filters. We determine that the ad that does not support our beliefs, the content is selected specifically. Obama Romney
Customer Loyalty Engagement Index 2012 Commandment: Delight Thy Customer
Classical Conditioning - Ivan Pavlov (Conditioning)
Advertising in China: What's New, What's Not (Culture)
 Fiesta Movement Presents J&A Road Trip 1 Jake and Amir Fiestamovement2.com
Horse slaughter YouTube contest
Diffusion of Innovations Early Adopter
Tiger's Emotional New Commercial
DBI Celebrity Index
Tim Tebow: The NFL's New $10 Million Dollar Man?
Q Scores wikipedia; Q Score
Alpha Dog of the Week - Domino's Pizza Domino's® Pizza Turnaround pizzaturnaround.com (two-sided, with risks)
Obama and Romney Wondering What Happened in Attack Ads (comparitive ads, political)
Wharton MBA Admissions
Old Spice's Steamy Super Bowl Ad oshairbodymetrics.com Weiden + Kennedy
Clio Awards Kelly Awards Awards CEBA Awards Cannes Lions
The Best Advertising Slogans of All Time According to Digg Users
Creation of Marlboro Man
Twitter’s New Logo: The Geometry and Evolution of Our Favorite Bird Our New Twitter Bird
Emotional Branding in a Changing Marketplace Mastercard Priceless Elephant
Mountain Dew DEWmocracy First Taste: Mountain Dew Voltage
Doritos® - Crash the Super Bowl 2009 Winner - Free Doritos
Dos Equis - The Most Interesting Man In The World
1987 - Nike - Revolution First commercial use of music
'1984' Apple Macintosh Commercial (Full advert, Hi-Quality) Wikipedia: Apple 1984 Commercial NPR: A Look Back at Apple's Super Ad Listen Wikipedia: 1984, the book
Ad Age Advertising Century: The Top 100 Campaigns Wikipedia: Think Small Top ad campaign of century? VW Beetle, of course, excerpt: What made the VW Beetle ad campaign so radical? Ads before it were either information-based and lacking in persuasion, more fantasy than reality, or relied on the medium's ability to deliver repeated exposure. Beetle ads, though, connected with consumers on an emotional level, yet also conveyed a product benefit in a way consumers could relate to. Plus, the ads were breathtakingly simple.
Year after year, the VW Beetle ad campaign conveyed its message of frugality and sensibility with a clarity and emotion the ad world had never seen before.
TV commercial film for Volkswagen Beetle "Funeral"
Example media plans: Indian Motorcycles Media Plan Partially complete
Marketers Guide to Media, on reserve in the Library
Wikipedia: Media Planning
How to Use MRIPlus
How Personality Can Predict Media Usage
A DVR Ad Eraser Causes Tremors at TV Upfronts
Will AutoHop kill commercial television?
hulu wikipedia: Hulu
How to Boost Your Super Bowl ROI
Nielsen Wikipedia: Nielsen Media Research
New Nielsen Ratings Combine Shows' TV and Online Views
Radio Advertising Bureau
Sirius XM Wikipedia: Sirius XM
Pandora Wikipedia: Pandora
Wikipedia: TV Guide
OK Latest Celeb Weekly to Cut Rate Base
Association of Magazine Media
Audit Bureau of Circulations
Wikipedia: Publisher's Clearing House
Magazines: The Power of Print
Wikipedia: History of newspapers and magazines
What Print Cuts at Times-Picayune Mean for Papers
Reinventing the newspaper
Wikipedia: Christian Science Monitor
1997 interview, niche magazine goes online
Just for clicks: the Google ad model
To Deliver For Wall Street, Facebook Must Convince Madison Avenue
Well, Actually, It Turns Out Twitter Ads Beat Facebook
Highly involved purchases versus "boring products", big marketers dilemma.
P&G Embraces Facebook as Big Part of Its Marketing Plan
P&G to Slash $10 Billion in Costs Over Five Years
Pepsi push harnesses Facebook potential
50 most successful Digital Media Companies in the U.S.
10 Most Visited Websites 2011-2012
Most Popular Websites
Top 15 Most Popular Websites | July 2012
Mobile By The Numbers [INFOGRAPHIC]
Sears Calalog image
Direct Marketing Association
National Do Not Call Registry
P&G Has Lofty Goals for 2012 Global Multibrand Olympics Push
London Olympics Wield Strict Ad Rules to Protect Sponsors
NBC Olympics coverage draws fire
How is media fragmenting? How are brands responding to this fragmentation?
Media fragmentation: 10 things you can do right now Interesting framework: Paid, Owned, Earned
YouTube Becomes Increasingly Vital Platform for News [STUDY]
All Broken Up About Media Fragmentation?
Maybe It Is Time For Marketing To Move Away From "The Big Idea"
Mass Media - Mass Destruction