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By Esther Thorson, Margaret Duffy

Drawn to studying in regards to the difficult, fascinating, and the societal vital fields of advertising conversation? This ebook catapults you into that international. you will study what it is prefer to paintings in those fields and approximately the entire instruments on hand to you as a qualified persuader in brand new media atmosphere.

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Editorial review has deemed that any suppressed content does not materially affect the overall learning experience. Cengage Learning reserves the right to remove additional content at any time if subsequent rights restrictions require it. 14 CHAPTER 2 • Business Structures in the Advertising Industry be ready to advertise on the fly in response to changes in consumer buying and social media behavior. Forrester even recommended that much faster switching of agencies needed to be acceptable to the brand advocate.

The Institute conducts research on ethical and regulatory issues and raises awareness about the need for advertisers to regulate and monitor their behaviors and practices. A second activity will be to communicate examples of the extent advertisers will go to making sure they get the story right. Of course, this initiative isn’t just about what American consumers think about advertising—this is a worldwide issue. As we’ll discuss in an upcoming chapter, marketing and advertising have increasingly gone global.

Advertisers 13 1. An e-newsletter that offers fun and irreverent commentary about the agency and the business. 2. A “field trip” to exotic locations like Tokyo that inspire staffers and foster team spirit. 3. “Loyalty rewards” that offer employees with 20+ years of service $10,000 to use on a vacation anywhere in the world. Fellow employees throw a bon voyage party to send the traveler on the way. 4. Good deeds. Some agencies get involved in grass roots charitable efforts to help their communities such as getting out the vote or adopting schools.

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