Television Advertisements – Clutter breakthrough and Brand Relevance

Before reading this article, just close your eyes zeroing your mind for a moment and recollect three television advertisements. Write down a few details of each of the television advertisements you could recollect. Of all the numerous advertisements I’ve watched, I could recollect only three advertisements: The old Nescafe advertisement The recent Flipkart’s advertisement of …

Continue reading Television Advertisements – Clutter breakthrough and Brand Relevance

Linux – fastest growing in the server operating system market

According to the latest Gartner reports in Apr 2011, the worldwide operating system(OS) market revenue is $30.4 billion by the end of 2010. The OS market is divided into two sub-segments: Client OS and Server OS. The Client OSes outperformed the Server OSes as the former grew 9.3 percent, and the latter grew 5.7 percent …

Continue reading Linux – fastest growing in the server operating system market

The Wall of Blue and The Oreo Togetherness Bus

Cadbury India’s debut in the Rs. 12,000-crore biscuits market with Oreo has been beset with challenges from the start. In March, as the company readied for the launch of its global best-selling Oreo from the Kraft stable, rival Britannia Industries came up with an me-too product called Treat-O, another chocolate-flavoured sandwich cookie. Cadbury India retaliated …

Continue reading The Wall of Blue and The Oreo Togetherness Bus

A to B and B to A marketing

In marketing, there are two fundamental principles called Attitude to Behaviour (A to B) and Behaviour to Attitude (B to A) marketing. In A to B marketing, you target and change the attitude of the consumer first, so that the change in the attitude may result in a desired change in the behaviour. For example, …

Continue reading A to B and B to A marketing