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Introduction to marketing, advertising and public relations

Frank Jefkins

Introduction to marketing, advertising and public relations

by Frank Jefkins

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Published by Macmillans in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed., 1985.

StatementFrank Jefkins.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii 290p. ;
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22772896M
ISBN 100333493818

CHAPTER 2: MARKETING PUBLIC RELATIONS (MPR): A THEORETICAL OVERVIEW INTRODUCTION This chapter reviews the disciplines that form the foundation of this study, namely marketing, public relations and marketing public relations (MPR). It also discusses the hypothesised benefits of MPR, namely greater credibility, trust and the establishment ofFile Size: KB. contains both information and persuasion. Today we can say advertising is a communication, marketing, public-relation, information and persuasion process. Advertising reaches us through a channel of communication referred to as a medium. It is usually aimed at a particular segment of the population - the target audience (Consumer and business).File Size: KB.

Advertising is any paid form of nonpersonal promotion by an identified sponsor. Personal selling consists of a face-to-face presentation in a conversation with a prospective purchaser. Sales promotion consists of marketing activities—other than personal selling, advertising, and public relations—that stimulate consumers to buy.   Marketing is a business activity that aims at promoting, advertising and selling company’s products and services. On the other hand, public relations or commonly called as PR is a communication process; wherein the company seeks to build such a relationship between the company and the general public, which is mutually beneficial for them.

During her Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations degree, Shauna managed to land a placement working at Edgbaston Cricket Ground as a Commercial Executive. She helped on a variety of projects, including the kit launch for the Birmingham Bears T20 team. Defining Strategic Communication. Strategic communication is a term used to denote the higher-level concerns behind communicative efforts by organizations to advance organizational mission. It is, therefore, inherently multidisciplinary as work in this area draws on literature from a wide array of other subfields, including public relations, marketing, advertising, and management.


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