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Comparative Advertising

History, Theory, and Practice
  • ISBN-13: 9781498560344
  • Publisher: ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS
    Imprint: LEXINGTON BOOKS
  • Author: Beard, Fred
  • Price: AUD $60.99
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  • Availability: This book is temporarily out of stock, order will be despatched as soon as fresh stock is received.
  • Local release date: 05/08/2020
  • Format: Paperback (229.00mm X 152.00mm) 246 pages Weight: 0g
  • Categories: Communication studies [GTC]Advertising [KJSA]
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From auto insurance to ready-to-eat soups and satellite TV services, both national and local advertisers in the United States-and increasingly around the world-invest a great deal of time and money on ads and campaigns in which they directly identify their competitors or refer indirectly to "the other guys." Yet business decision-makers and advertising creative professionals have long believed that creating successful comparative advertising can be extraordinarily difficult. Many have discovered that a strategic or tactical misstep can easily lead to a disaster, such as negative responses from consumers, a successful legal challenge from one or more competitors, or the escalation of hostilities into an ongoing and damaging comparative advertising war. Comparative Advertising: History, Theory, and Practice offers scholars interested in why many business decision-makers believe they can win our loyalty by running down a competitor-as well as anyone who plans, creates, or pays for advertising-a thorough and timely synthesis of the vast body of historical research, theory, and professional insights devoted to one of advertising's most frequently debated message tactics. The overall goal of this book is to discover answers to a simple question: Why do so many advertisers often rely on a message tactic that research and professional experience confirms they frequently regret using?
List of Tables and Figures Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter 1. A History of Comparative Advertising Chapter 2. Theoretical Foundations and Research Findings Chapter 3. What the Professionals Say Chapter 4. The Regulation of Comparative Advertising Chapter 5. The Satirical Attack Ad Chapter 6. Comparative Advertising around the World Chapter 7. Comparative Campaigns in the Real World Appendix: List of Advertising Sources Bibliography Index About the Author
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