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branding in advertisig agency with case study
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Branding 101:
An Overview of Branding and Brand Measurement for Online Marketers
Report Contact:Molly HislopDirector of Research & Development, Dynamic Logic800-245-2455molly@dynamiclogic.comApril 2001
 
 
 
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Dynamic Logic's Branding 101:
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Introduction
Professionals involved in online media are met with increasing scrutinysurrounding the medium’s value. Online media is not alone, however at their inception,all forms of media have been pushed to show value. Through that pressure have comesome innovative and widely accepted approaches to measure advertising effectiveness.One simple way to measure the effectiveness of advertising, as stated by the headof online advertising at a large packaged goods company is to "stop advertising and seewhat happens." While that comment was made humorously, it underscores the notionthat we know advertising works - it's just a challenge to know precisely how.Since the stop-and-see-what-happens approach is not feasible, smart marketersneed to devise ways to measure the value of their advertising on an ongoing basis. Of course, the measurement tactics and metrics chosen must meet the clearly definedobjectives of the campaign: branding, direct response, or  both.When looking at why ad budgets are spent in TV, Print,and Radio, over half of it (59%)is for branding, according to theDirect Marketing Association.How much online advertising is geared towards branding is a topic of some debate:AdRelevance says approximately 63% whereas Nielsen/NetRatings says 11%. Either way, branding campaigns are clearly a part of traditional ad spending and onlinemarketers need to understand how to include brand metrics in their measurementapproach.Some online marketers hear they need to measure branding and think: ‘oh no,here is more data we have to deal with.’ While the data-obsession can get overwhelming,the answer is not to turn away from the important data, but perhaps be more judicious
Total US Ad Spend (TV, Print, Radio) by Goal
DirectResponse41%Branding59%
Source: Direct Marketing Association, 2000 

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