New product or service presentation on the market, sales volume increase, creation of unique company’s image – whatever our client’s goal is, we always start with marketing research because this provides a level of certainty for a well-planned advertising campaign’s success.
In order to gain the customer’s trust it’s necessary to create a bridge between a brand and a potential buyer. This bridge is called trust. Trust cannot be bought. It cannot be won. You can only inspire trust. With the knowledge of the consumer’s psychology you can achieve incredible results. You show to your customer that you know and respect his tastes and preferences, and this will be rewarded.
The language that is used in your advertising messages, choice of a mass media source, the company’s corporate colors – all this should work together to attract customers. We see this as a thoughtful business approach. And believe us, we have tried and tested it, and this is the way we have figured it out. More than that, we can inspire our customers’ trust for a lifetime. This means we have given them our promise and, if we gained our clients’ trust, we know our job.
If your goal is to advertise your product or service nationally, you should remember: 100% payback is guaranteed only if you use the mass media resources of all cultural and linguistically distinct communities. Yes, this will increase your financial expenditures, but the result will be worth it.
The next step is the concept development. Concepts are the core of any advertising campaign. Subsequent production of video and audio commercials, print and outdoor advertisement, and the use of Internet resources will be focused on the basic concept which is the inner connecting link. Style is usually an external integrating link.
Uniform style like nothing else strengthens a company’s position. It’s the uniform style that helps consumer identify all kinds of advertising messages and relate them to your company and the product or service advertised.
Advertising strategy development in a way allowing a consumer to let the advertised product be accepted
Advertising objectives statement
Determining priority mass media categories
Mass media source coverage research
Planning advertising campaign
Funds distribution among various mass media source Report about published advertising material in press