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Research can and does help advertising

Advertising is one of the means to move products (or services) to the consumer, to make consumers (in all their varieties, including industrial buyers e.g.) buy the goods or services that are being advertised. There are those who say advertising...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1956: Advertising Research
Author: Jan Stapel
June 15, 1956

Research papers

"What if" this promotion had not been run at all?

Two experiments are presented. One deals with "in shop" promotions, the other with "in home" promotions (coupon delivered at home). Both aimed at estimating to what extent promotion actually boosted the sales (thus generating a profit to be...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Contribution Of Research To Decision Making Promotions
Author: Alain Kling
June 15, 1976

Research papers

A new tool to better plan and control the marketing-activities for the 'outlet' of growing importance

The highly important but complicated channel of distribution - the vending machine, has not yet been covered by a market research institute as to the flow of products through it. Of course, we do have distribution data, but no information about...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1978: Value For Money In Market And Social Research
Author: Hein C. H. Schmidt
Company: Nielsen
September 1, 1978

Research papers

The evaluation of below-the-line activity by ad hoc field research

The author has attempted to show that conducting ad hoc survey research to determine the effectiveness of below- the-line activities is a viable but difficult field to work in. Once a decision has been made as to what performance criterion variables...

Catalogue: Market Researchers Look At Advertising: A Collection of ESOMAR papers 1949-1979
Author: Peter Sampson
June 15, 1980

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Control of the effectiveness of "sampling" through a consumer panel

In this paper we are going to expound a control method which enables us to measure the effectiveness of promotional actions. We will be illustrating its application through an actual example of gauging a typical promotion, 'sampling'. The suggested...

Catalogue: Seminar 1987: Improving The Use Of Consumer Panels For Marketing Decisions
Authors: Lluis Fatjo-Vilas Barbat, Juan S. Alos Batlle
June 15, 1987

Research papers

Introduction

The objective of this seminar is to bring together marketing people, marketing researchers, promotions people, and people from the trade, and to try to establish a conceptual framework by an exchange of their different points of view.

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Contribution Of Research To Decision Making Promotions
Author: Jacques E. Andriessens
June 15, 1976

Research papers

Star track

This paper describes the thinking and planning that lay behind the launch of Britain's newest daily newspaper, the Daily Star, and the role played by research in the overall marketing operation. The main research project described in this paper was...

Catalogue: Seminar 1979: Publishing And The Communications Industry
Author: Iain McLellan
November 1, 1979

Research papers

Some comments

Comments about the contents of the Seminar "Below-the-line activities".

Catalogue: Seminar 1971: Below-The-Line Activities
Author: M. Matthews
June 15, 1971

Research papers

Learning about promotions

Ultimately we need to establish the effects which promotions have on the consumer- i.e. any increased purchasing in the short term, or changes in attitudes and loyalty in the longer term - and to relate this to costs. Where promotions are aimed at...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Contribution Of Research To Decision Making Promotions
Author: Andrew S. C. Ehrenberg
June 15, 1976