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  • There are many people and organizations to whom we are very grateful for their help and support in producing this book. Whilst many of our colleagues in the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC) gave us invaluable support in our research for this book, we would especially like to thank Julia Fallon, Diane Sedgley and Dr Eleri Jones.

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  • The world today is of innovation and creativity. Splashes of genius of the most obvious strike us every now and the n and make us smack our head at the sheer wonder of it. Innovation is again nothing but application of our well preserved common sense in uncommon situations to solve quite ordinary problems.

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  • In recent years, the food and beverage industry in the US has viewed children and adolescents as a major market force. As a result, children and adolescents are now the target of intense and specialized food marketing and advertising efforts. Food marketers are interested in youth as consumers because of their spending power, their purchasing influence, and as future adult consumers. Multiple techniques and channels are used to reach youth, beginning when they are toddlers, to foster brand-building and influence food product purchase behavior.

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  • The subject of this book is the National Basketball Association (NBA), which, for various reasons, has evolved into one of the most competitive, prominent, and successful organizations in the history of American team sports.

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  • One of the “Four P’s of Marketing,” promotion includes the communication messages, materials, channels, and activities that will effectively reach your audience to promote the benefits of the behavior change as well as the product, price and place features of your program. Messages may be delivered through public relations, advertising, print materials, small-group or one-on-one activities (e.g., mentoring, counseling, workshops), and other media.

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  • Social advertising continues to grow at a rapid rate, with the majority of that growth coming from Facebook. Now, 92% of social marketers report that they are using Facebook for advertising. Facebook is a powerful advertising platform, but there are some who still debate its value for brands. Although a lot of writing focuses on claims that Facebook’s organic reach is declining in favour of paid ads on the platform, most brands find that Facebook advertising is highly efficient and generates long term ROI.

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  • The ADDY Awards is the advertising industry's largest and most representative competition, attracting over 50,000 entries every year in local ADDY competitions. The mission of the ADDY competition is to recognize and reward creative excellence in the art of advertising. Conducted annually by the American Advertising Federation (AAF), the local ADDY Awards is the first of a three-tier, national competition. Concurrently, all across the country, local entrants vie for recognition as the very best in their markets.

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  • The Changing World of Advertising and Promotion Nearly everyone in the modern world is influenced to some degree by advertising and other forms of promotion. Organizations in both the private and public sectors have learned that the ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with their target audiences is critical to their success. Advertising and other types of promotional messages are used to sell products and services as well as to promote causes, market political candidates, and deal with societal problems such as alcohol and drug abuse.

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  • Marketing and advertising play a significant role in setting norms and encouraging behaviors, especially for children. Annually, children view tens of thousands of television commercials and see hundreds of billboard and poster advertisements; the majority of these commercials promote food products. As a result, children view multiple food advertisements every day, with the heaviest food advertising for the least nutritious foods and beverages.

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  • Do a Google search for “Free PMP Exam Questions”. Go ahead – do it. What do you see? You find that almost all of the sites out there will give away just a few questions as advertisement for an online training course or a book or something really expensive that might help you pass the PMP exam. That bothered us when we were studying for the exam ourselves, and it still bothers us now. We really like the idea of a project management community, where people use the same vocabulary to talk about the job, and help each other grow professionally....

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  • Not long ago, social media seemed so new and different that it was treated as an appendage of sorts—a kind of marketing that should be tried only by “experts.” While that view still exists to some degree today, it’s become clear to many that social media is no longer marketing’s new thing. It’s now simply part of the way we do marketing today. I believe that the proper way to view social media from a small-business owner’s point of view is as more of an evolution than a revolution.

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  • The luxury goods industry is unique in that it is an industry that relies strictly on marketing and promotion to sell products to a specified group of people. It is also an industry that is well guarded and difficult to find any information on. However, the luxury goods industry is very fascinating and the products themselves signify prestige and status. Although a select few are able to afford luxury goods, the vast majority of people who are exposed to advertisements for certain products generally have aspirations of being able to own these products someday. ...

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  • At KPMG, we encourage businesses to understand this system of forces; we help them assess the implications for their own organizations and to devise strategies for managing the risks and harnessing the opportunities. We can never know the future. But it is good business sense to be prepared for the possibilities: to expect the unexpected. This report cannot provide all the answers, and does not set out to, but it does suggest approaches that we believe will help to build business value in a changing world.

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  • In August 1997 the US FDA made significant changes in the regulations for broadcast DTCA of prescription drugs. Prior to 1997 DTCA had to include the entire brief prescribing information which meant that about 30 seconds out of a 60 second advertisement would consist of fine print scrolling across the screen. In 1997 the FDA dropped this requirement and said that DTCA had to mention the major side-effects, and also provide other ways that consumers could get more information about the drug (e.g. give a web site, a 1-800 number or refer to a print ad for the same product...

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  • A spot for Fox TV’s American Idol on Wednesdays at primetime commands the most dollars per :30 ($518,466), but how much more is that than a spot for runner-up CSI:Crime Scene Investigation on CBS-TV the following night? And what about that growth in a Super Bowl :30 spot since the $42,000 average cost paid per :30 at Super Bowl I in 1967? Omnicom Group may be the world’s biggest marketing organization but how do its agency networks stack up against their competition? How big and far-reaching are those multifaceted media goliaths? It’s all in the FactPack, whether in print form on your...

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  • Entries in the Digital Advertising categories are Internet and mobile media driven executions that will be judged online, or on the mobile devices for which they were created. Where the original web content is no longer available online, the entrant should attempt to provide a competition judging site for the work. URLs, banners and menus must not contain any references to the entrant. Products are defined as, but not limited to: The products only, not the sellers or dealers (see Outlets).

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  • All advertising and special event materials for advertising agencies, advertising suppliers and advertising clubs must be entered in these categories. Entries submitted in advertising industry self-promotion are not eligible in other categories. However, individual components are eligible for entry in the visual and audio elements of advertising categories. Please note: The NAC recommends that Advertising Industry Self-Promotion work NOT be eligible for Best of Show consideration.

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  • Propagating information about materialized views: When a query is posed, the first step is to consider whether it can be answered using the data at “nearby” storage providers, and to evaluate the costs of doing so. This requires the query initiator to be aware of existing materialized views and properties such as location and data freshness. One direction we are exploring is to propagate information about materialized views using techniques derived from routing protocols [14]. In particular, a node advertises its materialized views to its neighbors.

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  • Even if one expects TV-channels to select their program-mixes mainly by relying on the preferences of TV-viewers for the content of these programs, they cannot neglect the side-effects of their selection on their advertising rev- enues. For instance, a TV-channel can possibly compensate a loss in the audience resulting from an increase in its advertising rate by increasing the fraction of its broadcasting time devoted to sport, at the expense of the share devoted to culture.

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  • Discussions around how best to increase supply of bodily material often focus on questions of donor motivation: how individuals may best be encouraged to donate different forms of bodily material. Considerable effort is put into coordinated advertising campaigns to recruit blood and organ donors, and proposals to incentivise potential donors through benefits in money or in kind regularly emerge in academic circles.

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