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Qualitative research into advertising developments for Noilly

Masius, Wynne-Williams and D'Arcy MacManus Ltd. are currentlyin the process of developing a new advertising campaign forNoilly. Accordingly, consumer research was needed in orderto provide information which would be a useful input fordevelopment....

Catalogue: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection
Author: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive
May 10, 1975

Research papers

How to adapt research techniques to design and assess corporate image advertising

Corporate advertising requires a research-based approach just as much as product advertising. A good example is Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd., who have been using this approach in Britain since the 1940's. Following research in 1968, the campaign...

Catalogue: Seminar 1978: The Business Of Advertising
Author: Alan Wolfe
Company: Ogilvy
June 14, 1978

Research papers

Affinity and communication indices as qualitative scales for the selection of target groups

In a market which is becoming increasingly narrow for the print media, certain future directions are recognisable, all of which require increased target group research. New magazines devoted to new target groups are developed from editorial sections...

Catalogue: Seminar 1981: Publishing in the 1980's
Authors: Georg Gramse, Kurt Ludwig
June 15, 1981

Research papers

Discovery of a new target group by means of market research as an a answer to recession

The situation on the oil market in Germany has been an extremely difficult one for a number of years. Permanent price fights of the established trademark companies among each other and with the petrol stations of consumer markets have, for a long...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1984: What We Have Learned From The Recession
Author: Jurgen Meyer
June 15, 1984

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Measuring editorial needs

In November 1978 a new tabloid newspaper was launched in the Midlands and Northern areas of England. It was positioned directly against existing popular newspapers. Marplan, on behalf of The Sun, monitored its launch in order to predict its sales...

Catalogue: Seminar 1979: Publishing And The Communications Industry
Author: John Clemens
Company: Marplan Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
November 1, 1979

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Application of life style studies media planning by motivational-psychological criteria

In our agency, advertising campaigns are developed in principle in the aspect of individual reach of target persons, and not with alignment to the mass public. The advertising is to reach the individual person, and not a more or less heterogeneous...

Catalogue: Seminar 1980: Media Measurement And Media Choice
Author: Heinz Retsch
June 15, 1980

Research papers

Children of the sixties

The purpose of this paper is to examine the importance in research terms of a number of major social changes affecting children today. We use the family as the main area of focus to describe the implications of social change for our target group.

Catalogue: Seminar 1980: Children And Young People
Authors: Jacqui Adams, Wendy Mitchell
June 15, 1980

Research papers

Up-market target groups (UTG): Competencies- consumption-communication

STERN here with presents the study "Up-Market Target Groups UTG (Gehobene Zielgruppen)" in which the attitudes and behaviour of West German senior executives in industry and administration are analysed. Around 3 million members of the West German...

Catalogue: Seminar 1982: Improving Media Research
Authors: Marianne Wagner, Jörg Laufer
June 15, 1982

Research papers

New magazines

This paper describes some practical marketing research techniques, used by VNU (United Dutch Publishing Companies) in order to indicate in a reasonably adequate and reliable way the market possibilities of a new magazine. Based on the results of this...

Catalogue: Seminar 1986: New Developments In Media Research
Author: John Rodenburg
November 2, 1983