Entertainment in Television Advertisements

As I mentioned in earlier blog posts, to communicate something to a recipient one has to command the recipient’s attention and then be relevant to the recipient. Communication:  Command Attention (Clutter breaking) ->  Be Relevant This holds true even for communication among two individuals or two groups of people or for television commercials (TVCs). For the …

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Touch point strategy

Segmenting consumers and understanding their behavior helps us understand the different customer interactions and touch points available for each of these consumer segments. Understanding the brand personality and the moods the brand can leverage will provide the advantage to communicate the values and be present at relevant touch points. With the media clutter the consumers …

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Problems because of mother brand endorsement

Mouthwash was relatively a new category and it was primarily driven by Medical Shops channel, as the consumers generally used to use Mouthwash only when prescribed by the dentists for some medical conditions. Colgate being a pioneer of the oral category, had the challenge to create consumer pull to this category and the brand. Colgate …

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A Brand is a human perception.

Perception may happen in many ways, communication is just one way to perceive something. The difference between perception and communication is: Perception is the subjective feeling that comes as a result of the objective communication. Communication is objective, whereas perception is subjective. Perception depends upon various factors such as background of the individual, psyche, economic …

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