Poor Advertising of a Good Product


Advertisers always pay attention to the range of products being advertised. Let's imagine there is a revolutionary new product to be advertised. Regardless of the immense budget and well-planned company the advertising still seems ineffective. Where is the mistake (mistakes) hidden? 

To find this out we'll have to start a deep analysis of what is going on. What is the aim of any advertising strategy? There can be two answers to this question. One is plain and simple ' to increase sales. But if a company constantly observes the movement of the differential of sales on the scale of a specific field, they maintain this differential by increasing or decreasing the intensity of the advertising.  

There are three basic principles that should be brought to life when advertising: give people information on the product, set a solid image of it in the mind of the consumer, and then influence his choice by maintaining the advertising process with special techniques like discounts, programs, etc.

Strategy development is the most frequent problem that sometimes even can not be seen. The reason is not in the budget or the plan, there are other factors. The reason for a failure is a 'copy method. The first step in strategy formation is an analysis of what competitors do. The strategy may seem well-established, the financial issue ' very promising and the implementation methods ' quite easy. The mistake lies in the assumption that the competitor obligatory succeeds. Maybe this is good for your competitor but is not meant for you. 

There is one thing about the consumer a professional should know about. The client has the subconscious image of the product in his head and he is going to make a purchase of a product that corresponds to the image. And when professionals present the video with revolutionary products nicely presented but the idea is quite new, the customers' reaction would be: 'this is not quite what I expected to see.

The so-called template exists for everything: the delighted face of an individual drinking coffee, a gorgeous cat near his food, etc. if success is what you long for, you have to venture and ride the wave but a certain amount of logic and ability to foresee has to be present. The idea is not to be 'as good as competitors are, then people will choose the competitor, the idea is to be 'the best in the field.  The axiom ' simplicity is a key to success is familiar to you from high school.

The same principle functions in advertising, brief and laconic statement that is well-composed and reflective and most of all ear-catching will be more effective than a thousand brochures. The other mistake is lack or overload of information. When being told a zillion times that they have to try this or that they will definitely hate it eventually. You have to give out as much as the audience is able to consume. You don't have to walk everybody into the house, just open the door. 

The age range definition is the last out of three main mistakes. It would be not wise to limit the range to some extent. The conclusion is that advertisers should look at the product wider and give a chance for everybody to evaluate the product. e have said a lot about bad advertising. But then what is good advertising? Let's keep the definition brief: good advertising is a fresh idea laconically arranged and targeted at a certain range of audiences.