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Do promotions undermine the brand?

This classic paper raises the main problem with below-the-line expenditure: its long-term effects. Most evaluations cover a year at longest. People concerned with the saleability of a brand, with the values added by its marketing effort, with all the...

Catalogue: Market Researchers Look At Advertising: A Collection of ESOMAR papers 1949-1979
Authors: Robin T. J. Tuck, W. G. B. Harvey
January 1, 1980

Research papers

International marketing research

This whole topic of the approach to researching advertising for an international brand is too complicated to do more than hint at the framework within which it is necessary to work. I hope that some of the more salient points will come alive by...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: International Market Research
Author: Robin T. J. Tuck
April 1, 1976

Research papers

Can research join in the creative process?

In this paper we are presenting a view of what is for us so far the best approach to research in the creative process. We are doing this because we believe there may be many others who work in the same way as we do, more or less by instinct. It may...

Catalogue: Seminar 1973: From Market Research To Advertising Strategy And Vice-Versa
Authors: Robin T. J. Tuck, Jill Firth
November 28, 1973

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Are international advertising campaigns possible?

It would seem that traditional methods of advertising research have hardly yet tried to evaluate this problem. Either companies have judged communication needs from market research. A typical source has been cross-country surveys like that of the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1972: Marketing In A Changing World
Author: Robin T. J. Tuck
September 1, 1972

Research papers

Report back

This seminar revealed the gulf between the passionate non-verbalists who believe structured verbal response is inadequate to describe meaning (for them the Black Box, the Group Discussion, the indirect inference) and those who seem to believe that...

Catalogue: Seminar 1971: Translating Advanced Advertising Theories Into Research Reality
Author: Robin T. J. Tuck
June 15, 1971

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Report-back from working group IV

There was considerable comment from Group IV arising from discussion with the speakers. But most of it can be condensed under these three headings: 1. Trade; 2. The operational question; 3. Consumer models.

Catalogue: Seminar 1971: Below-The-Line Activities
Author: Robin T. J. Tuck
June 15, 1971

Research papers

Do promotions undermine the brand?

This classic paper raises the main problem with below-the-line expenditure: its long-term effects. Most evaluations cover a year at longest. People concerned with the saleability of a brand, with the values added by its marketing effort, with all the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1971: From Experience To Inovation
Authors: Robin T. J. Tuck, W. G. B. Harvey
June 15, 1971