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Because added value not only promotes but encourages consumers to bond with brands, it is highly influential in product differentiation and consumer decision making. As a result, the concept of added value is becoming increasingly important within oversaturated markets in particular.
In the fifteenth century, advertisements were used in the creation of shop signs, the billboards of the time. Since few people were able to read, symbols and signs represented the product, service, skill, or craft within the store.
Advertisements were in the form of announcements such as stagecoach schedules or classified ads seeking an exchange of information.
Media consisted of outdoor advertisements which were posted in city centers, personal selling from wagons, and crafted signage of the day used by merchants to announce the products they were selling. The difference between products is no longer inherent in the product and its attributes, but in the benefits that accrue for the consumers when they purchase the product.
An advertisement is usually developed under the auspices of a marketing department and a creative team. This is then presented to the members of the creative team in the form of a creative platform. The goal is for the consumer to recall, immediately and in detail, the brand and its perceived attributes when presented with an advertisement.
However, aspirational styles of advertising lead to new signifiers as the consumer becomes part of the designed experience.
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Database management, along with other sciences as vast as economics and history and as diverse as anthropology and neuroscience, has emerged and joined the fields of demography, ethnography, and psychology, among others, to help one define target markets and understand their needs and wants.
These new hunters are becoming the source, the medium, and the representation of brand communications, all of which can now change in a nanosecond.
It is depicted as a pyramid consisting of five levels: While deficiency needs must be met, growth needs are continually shaping behavior. The basic concept is that the higher needs in this hierarchy, such as the needs associated with social recognition, self esteem, and actualization, only come into focus once all the needs that are lower down the pyramid, such as physiological and safety needs, are mainly or entirely satisfied.
In affluent societies, promotional appeals are mostly based on social and self-esteem needs, which emphasize luxury and recognition by others.
Creatives use different hierarchical forms to help design the appeals and the structure of an advertisement. This is a four-part grid formed by two intersecting axes that examines product and consumer relationships.
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