Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Sports and Entertainment Promotion 10.1 Promoting Sports and Entertainment 10.2 Advertising and Placement 10.3 Publicity and Sales Promotions.

Similar presentations

Presentation on theme: "Sports and Entertainment Promotion 10.1 Promoting Sports and Entertainment 10.2 Advertising and Placement 10.3 Publicity and Sales Promotions."— Presentation transcript:

1 Sports and Entertainment Promotion 10.1 Promoting Sports and Entertainment 10.2 Advertising and Placement 10.3 Publicity and Sales Promotions

2 THE PURPOSE OF PROMOTION promotion the process of making customers aware of a product, service, or event Chapter 10 Slide 2

3 Promotional Goals Increasing sales is the primary goal of promotion. Related goals include increasing customers usage maintaining customer loyalty building a fan base educating potential customers overcoming the hesitation of first-time buyers Chapter 10 Slide 3

4 Gaining New Fans – An Example Soccer fans from all over the world were beginning to get mad over the faking of injuries and bad sportsmanship going on in the game. So, In 2006 Nike started a Joga Bonito campaign for the up coming world cup in Germany. Chapter 10 Slide 4

5 PROMOTIONAL ELEMENTS The four elements of promotion are advertising publicity sales promotions personal selling Chapter 10 Slide 5

6 Advertising advertising a paid form of communication delivered by a product maker or seller to consumers Roughly $4 million dollars per 30 seconds in the 2013 super bowl, $1.7 million dollars for the 2013 Oscars. The Simpsons : It's not exactly the ratings powerhouse it once was, but it's still a top ten most-expensive show for advertisers, pulling in around $254,000 per spot. Monday's most expensive series for advertisers is Two and a Half Men ($252,000), Tuesday's is Glee ($267,000), Wednesday's and Thursday's are both X Factor ($320,000 and $283,000), poor Friday's is Blue Bloods ($76,000), and Saturday's is college football ($85,000) product placement a product integrated into the plot of a television show or a movie more discreet than advertising Chapter 10 Slide 6

7 Publicity publicity any unpaid media attention either positive or negative Chapter 10 Slide 7

8 Sales Promotions sales promotions additional incentives offered for a limited time to encourage consumers to buy a product Chapter 10 Slide 8

9 Personal Selling personal selling an in-person, face-to-face communication between a seller and a customer Chapter 10 Slide 9

10 ADVERTISING Advertising informs consumers about new products and services and helps consumers make comparisons among alternatives. Chapter 10 Slide 10

11 Step by Step Cost effective advertising requires: 1.Set a measurable advertising goal. 2.Develop the advertising budget. 3.Create an advertising theme. 4.Choose the advertising media. 5.Create the message. 6.Develop an advertising schedule. 7.Measure the effectiveness of the advertising. Chapter 10 Slide 11

12 specific measurable Chapter 10 Slide 12 The Goal

13 marginal analysis setting the advertising budget by estimating the point at which an additional dollar spent on advertising equals additional profit. How much is advertising worth? Can your company get away with limited advertising? Name some companies that do limited advertising, but make millions. Chapter 10 Slide 13 The Budget

14 directs a percentage of expected sales revenues to the advertising budget fixed sum per unit an advertising budget based on the expected number of units to be sold competitive parity designed to maintain the current share of voice share of voice maintaining a similar dollar amount or frequency of advertising as that of competitors Chapter 10 Slide 14 percent of sales

15 tagline (theme) a slogan that conveys the main message of the ad Just do it. – Nike, Mm! Mm! Good! – Campbell Soup, Got Milk? – Milk The Media print broadcast/cable Internet out-of-home in-home Chapter 10 Slide 15 The Theme

16 choosing the media that will bring the most effective advertising message to the targeted consumer Which avenue is best utilized for your specific target market?? reach the number of people in the target market expected to receive the message through the chosen medium Chapter 10 Slide 16 media strategy

17 copy the words to be spoken or printed in the advertisement wear out when advertising loses its effectiveness due to overexposure or poor message quality Can you think of any products or services that this is currently happening too? Chapter 10 Slide 17 The Message

18 frequency the number of times the targeted customer is exposed to the media concentration schedule relying on a single medium dominance strategy a firm buys the maximum reach and frequency in one medium and purchases additional space in or time on other media Chapter 10 Slide 18 The Schedule

19 response rate the number of customers who connect with and act in relation to the ad Chapter 10 Slide 19 The Effectiveness

20 Its Showtime primetime when the largest viewing audiences are watching TV the most expensive time to advertise Chapter 10 Slide 20

21 Interactive Advertising Effective advertising will engage viewers and motivate them to take specific action. Digital communications can be used to create an interactive connection with potential customers. Chapter 10 Slide 21

22 PRODUCT PLACEMENT Product placement is a fast growing form of sales promotion used in films TV shows live theater Chapter 10 Slide 22

23 The Basics Product placement can be used to offset the need for traditional advertisements. 24 on the Fox network Ford vehicles used extensively Chapter 10 Slide 23

24 Who Pays? Three common ways that product placement deals might be constructed include fee basis A corporation will pay a fee to the film s producers for prominent product placement. barter If a very expensive product is needed, it may be provided for use in the film in exchange for the prominent display of the brand name. Chapter 10 Slide 24

25 Assuming they appeal to the same market, both parties will gain from the connection. Chapter 10 Slide 25 A corporation may make an agreement with a film producer to include movie promotion in its product advertising in exchange for placement of the product in the movie.

26 PUBLICITY Although publicity is free, the message is controlled by the news media others that are presenting the message Chapter 10 Slide 26

27 Goodwill goodwill customers positive feelings about the business Chapter 10 Slide 27

28 Damage Control publicist a person who is responsible for maintaining relations with the public and news media damage control an attempt to refute, justify, or downplay negative stories trying to focus attention on more positive stories Chapter 10 Slide 28

29 Grass-Roots Publicity grass-roots effort when an unknown person or event is propelled into the spotlight by fans viral campaign a promotion where a few online mentions turn into a real buzz about a movie propels the movie into a mega hit Chapter 10 Slide 29

30 Image is Everything public relations (PR) the arm of promotion that tries to create a favorable public opinion for an individual or organization Public relations focus on the future with the intent of creating a positive image of the business. Chapter 10 Slide 30

31 Sports facilities and sports fans need to have a positive image to encourage visitors to attend games. Chapter 10 Slide 31 Professional athletes feel the pressure of being public role models while meeting athletic performance standards.

32 SALES PROMOTIONS Sales promotions are marketing efforts that offer customers an additional incentive to buy a limited time to make the purchase Chapter 10 Slide 32

33 Consumer Sales Promotions consumer sales promotion directed at the final consumer temporary price reductions price-pak deals coupons special gifts contests rebates Chapter 10 Slide 33

34 THINK CRITICALLY 1.How could a gift shop located in movie theaters near the exits help increase sales? 2.What is the value of diversifying distributors of Disney merchandise? Chapter 10 Slide 34

35 4.Can sales of related merchandise increase attendance at the Disney movies? Explain. Chapter 10 Slide 35 3.How can Disney benefit from associating with other well-known and respected companies?

Download ppt "Sports and Entertainment Promotion 10.1 Promoting Sports and Entertainment 10.2 Advertising and Placement 10.3 Publicity and Sales Promotions."

Similar presentations

Ads by Google