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in effective communication, who the information is communicated to

receiver

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Which of the following is not part of effective communication?

  • the sender
  • the receiver
  • the advertisement
  • information

the advertisement

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Choosing target markets and studying their needs and decision-making process can make _____ more effective

Choosing target markets and studying their needs and decision-making process can make promotion more effective

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in effective communication, the way the info will be transmitted to the receiver

communication channel

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Describe the components of effective communication.

 

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  • communication begins with a person or organization (sender) that has info to communicate to another person or organization (receiver)
  • the sender chooses the way  (communication channel) the info will be transmitted to the receiver
  • before sending the message, the sender decides the form in which the info will be sent - text, spoken words, pictures, etc
  • the info is prepared (encoding)
  • the info is received by receiver and interprets it for understanding (decoding)
  • to be sure that the communication achieved the desired result, the sender needs to have a response from the receiver (feedback)
  • if the receiver understood the info and responds in a way the sender wanted, communication was effective
  • if the receiver does not respond or acts in an unexpected way, communication failed

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in promotion, the business is the _____ and the consumer is the _____

in promotion, the business is the sender and the consumer is the receiver

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What are the 2 types promotion?

  • personalized promotion
  • mass promotion

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_____ merchandising allows a retailer to use visual signals to replace a salesperson for info

visual

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What is promotion used for?

to influence knowledge, beliefs, and actions about products, services or ideas

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merchandising that uses visual signals to communicate in a retail setting

visual merchandising

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non paid promotional communication presented by the media rather than by the business or organization that is being promoted

publicity

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What is the most well known type of personalized promotion?

personal selling

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a set of promotional activities designed to generate sales in the retail setting

merchandising

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Describe mass personalization.

  • begins with promotion thru mass media like newspapers, mass mailings, or internet
  • prospective customers see the advertisement and become interested in the product or service
  • the company then provides an easy to use method for the consumer to gather more personalized info
  • a customer who views an internet ad or uses a search engine to gather info can then be encouraged to complete an online survey
  • these questions provide the business with more specific info about the consumer including their interests and needs
  • after the survey is submitted, the consumer is taken to a more specific website tailored to their profile or they are sent an email with specific info

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the exchange of information so there is common understanding by all participants

effective communication

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  • is directed to many people at the same time
  • promotional message is not individualized
  • is less expensive

mass promotion

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communicates directly with each customer using information tailored to that person

personalized promotion

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direct, individualized communication with prospective customers to assess their needs and assist them in satisfying those needs with appropriate products and services

personal selling

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What are common promotional channels?

  • advertising media
  • salespeople
  • the internet

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communicates with many people at the same time with a common message

mass promotion

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the most effective but also most effective type of promotion is

  • personal selling
  • advertising
  • publicity
  • public relations

personal selling

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Describe displays.

  • set up by retailers to exhibit a product at the point of sale
  • sometimes placed at the front of stores to entice customers into the store
  • sometimes sale items are desplayed at the back of the store to make customers pass other merchandise to increase impulse purchasing

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in effective communication, the receiver obtains the info from the channel and interprets it for understanding

decoding

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a business needs to provide information to ____ in order to persuade them to make a purchase

a business needs to provide information to consumers in order to persuade them to make a purchase

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in effective communication, preparing the info to be communicated

encoding

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any form of communication used to inform, persuade, or remind

promotion

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in effective communication, communication begins with this person or organization

sender

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includes activities and materials designed to reinforce a company's brand and image; it is also a direct incentive to take an action likely to immediately increase sales of a product or service

sales promotion

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ongoing program of non paid and paid communications; it is planned to favorably influence public opinion about an organization, marketing effort, idea or issue

public relations

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which promotion is the most effective form of marketing communication?

personalized promotion

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who uses promotion?

  • businesses
  • organizations
  • groups
  • individuals

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What are some examples of visual merchandising?

  • shelf labels
  • signs
  • displays

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Which promotion type is the most expensive?

personalized promotion

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How does identifying a target market improve promotion communications?

  • it makes promotion more effective
  • communication can be very specific to the needs of that group using media that are familiar to and trusted by those consumers
  • the business then will understand where teh customers are in the decision making process
  • business will tailor promotional messages
  • the early messages get attention and give simple info about the product or service and the needs it satisfies
  • later promotions can compare the product to competing brands - they can point out advantages that are important to the target market
  • when customers purchase the product, promotions can switch to providing reinforcement of their decision and offering after sale services

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_____ is an important form of communication

promotion

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any paid form of communication through mass media directed at identified consumers to provide information and influence

advertising

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  • usually done face to face with each customer
  • customer visits the business to meet with a salesperson or the salesperson goes to the home or business of the customer
  • can be completed using telephone calls or live audio and video internet connections
  • often used for complex and expensive products and services

personal selling

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What are the most common advertising media?

  • tv
  • radio
  • newspapers
  • magazines
  • mass mailings
  • outdoor displays
  • internet

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in effective communication, a response from the receiver to the sender

feedback