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Measuring the brand effects of banner advertising campaigns

Internet advertising has gone from focusing mainly on click-through to focusing on brand effects. This means that websites and advertising networks need to demonstrate that brand effects are possible and can be measured. This paper discusses the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference Worldwide Online Measurement 2001
Authors: Lars Bergkvist, Marcus Friström, Jonas Melander
June 1, 2001

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Budget determination and the problem of long term effects

In Europe every year thousands of millions of pounds are spent on media advertising, and it is to be presumed that on balance it brings commercial advantage to the companies concerned. Consequently, the decision-making processes that lie behind that...

Catalogue: Seminar 1978: The Business Of Advertising
Author: Derek Bloom
June 1, 1978

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Are long-term effects possible or measurable?

This paper brief reviews some evidence often quoted in relation to quantitatively evaluating advertising expenditure. The need to relate quantitative methods to facts and theories of consumer behaviour is emphasised. A view of consumer buying...

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

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Using orthodox marketing research to guide communications strategies toward key public figures

This study was undertaken to gauge the efficacy of the methods of communication used by the German Information Center. The GIC, headquartered in Mew York City, is responsible for keeping key people in the U.S. apprised of events and developments in...

Catalogue: AMA/ESOMAR Conference 1981: From Advertising To Communication Research
Author: Janet Schneider
June 15, 1981

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The science of engagement

How do consumers interact with different forms of news content online? How engaged are users to various forms of native content, which is now an $8 billion industry? BBC's Science of Engagement research aims to answer these burning questions for...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2016: Get Connected!
Authors: Sally Wu, Patrick Fagan, Andrew Tenzer
May 19, 2016

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Future ways of communicating with doctors: How effective are the traditional methods

This paper sets out to examine the methods of communicating with doctors open to the pharmaceutical manufacturer . Although it is important to examine the use of the traditional methods of communication e.g. representatives, mailings and journals,...

Catalogue: Seminar 1977: Foresight Or Hindsight?
Author: Alan J. Bowditch
March 1, 1977

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Developing a corporate image for a university

This paper describes a research study conducted for a Canadian University to investigate the student choice process. The paper presents the methodology and the findings of this study and illustrates how such findings can be used to: 1) establish...

Catalogue: AMA/ESOMAR Conference 1981: From Advertising To Communication Research
Authors: John H. Church, David W. Gillingham
June 15, 1981

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Conclusive remarks on the last day

When trying to link the results that our group arrived at to the theme of this Seminar, I want to call your attention to the following. I am very content to find that we, while trying to establish the design for the post-test, almost unanimously...

Catalogue: Seminar 1967: The Market Research Looks At The Way That Advertising Works
Author: John Knecht
June 15, 1967

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The use of consumer panels in the evaluation of promotional and advertising expenditures

Consumer Panels are well situated to play an important part in the problems of evaluating advertising and promotional expenditures for consumer products, by measuring the effect they have on purchasing behaviour: A) They measure consumer purchasing...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1968
Authors: John Parfitt, Ivor McGloughlin
June 15, 1968