By Herschell Gordon Lewis, Carol Nelson
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You can lead a consumer to New Coke, but you can't make him or her drink more than one. So big a failure was this campaign that word leakedsome say from Coca-Cola headquartersthat the substitution of New Coke and subsequent triumphant reintroduction of "Classic Coke"the original product with an updated namewas deliberate. Should we blame an advertising department or an advertising agency for product failure? The answer is as muddy as the question, because we have situations such as the Edsel automobile, in which the product demonstrated no uniqueness, nor did its advertising.
Or when an agency pitches a new client and arbitrarily resigns a "loyal" account? Cynical and heartless? It depends on your position in the struggle. If advertising couldn't influence the buying decision, what would be the point of having, as advisors, advertising experts . . or this book? Page 11 2 Planning the Communication What is an advertising message supposed to accomplish? A surprising number of advertiser/marketers make this the last decision when planning a campaign. Success depends largely on its being the first decision, however, because the answer to that question is the key determinant for the other two facets of marketing planningmedia and budget.
Page i Advertising Age Handbook of Advertising Herschell Gordon Lewis Carol Nelson Foreword by Rance Crain NTC NTC Business Books NTC/Contemporary Publishing Group Page ii Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Nelson, Carol, 1953- Advertising age handbook of advertising / Carol Nelson and Herschell Gordon Lewis; foreword by Rance Crain. p. cm. Includes index. Title. 1 dc21 98-8362 CIP Quotations from Advertising Age used with permission. Cover design by Todd Petersen Interior design by Impressions Book and Journal Services, Inc.