The Pros And Cons Of Marketing Communication

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Marketing Communications The marketing message communicates information about a company’s product, service and the brand message. The media selection used to communicate that message must be effective in reaching a broad target market. The employment of an integrated marketing communications plan assists the marketing team in attaining this goal. Marketing communications have progressed over the years beginning as print, radio and television broadcast advertising. Print advertising has taken on a number of forms over the centuries in newspapers, magazines, billboards, flyers and many others. Sponsors of the news and popular radio broadcasts took on a new style of marketing communications. Nevertheless, the innovation of the television began a new phenomenon in advertising. O’Barr (2005) noted that the first television commercials aired in the 1940s eventually becoming one of the most effective and powerful tools for advertisers. Television advertising can be cost-effective and profitable for companies as it reaches a broad spectrum of current and potential customers. Clow & Baack (2014) explained, a single advertisement can reach millions. Television offers a low cost per contract, which justifies spending as much as $3.5 million for a …show more content…
Print, radio, and television advertising for years has been the primary marketing channels. Television advertising has reigned as the most effective and powerful form of advertising for years. Social and digital media then came on the scene and provided a new challenge and opportunity to marketers. Social media platforms offer the opportunity to interact in real time with customers. Additionally, customers help to promote the company’s brand message. Digital media also provides additional opportunities for television advertising. Companies that formulate the right integrated marketing communications plan are able to reach a wide market

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