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1 Direct Response Chapter 15

2 15-2 Part Five: Integration and Evaluation Part 5 deals with the complexities of marketing communications

3 15-3 Chapter Outline I.Chapter Key Points II.The Practice of Direct Marketing III.Database Marketing IV.The Key Players V.The Tools of Direct Marketing VI.Integrated Direct Marketing VII.Global Considerations in Direct Marketing

4 15-4 Key Points Define and distinguish between direct marketing and direct-response advertising Explain the types of direct marketing Name the players in direct marketing Evaluate the various media that direct- response programs can use Explain how databases are used in direct marketing Discuss the role of direct marketing in integrated marketing programs

5 15-5 The Echo Awards: Celebrating Great Direct Marketing Visit the Site

6 15-6 The Practice of Direct Marketing Figure 15.1 – The Direct-Marketing Industry

7 15-7 The Practice of Direct Marketing Video Snippet Ogilvy & Mather: the first direct marketing company

8 15-8 Advantages of Direct Marketing Collection of relevant customer information Purchase not restricted to location Marketer controls product until delivery Easier to evaluate Flexibility in form and timing

9 15-9 Disadvantages of Direct Marketing Consumers reluctant to purchase Annoyances associated with direct marketing Unable to reach everyone in marketplace

10 15-10 The Direct- Marketing Process Figure 15.2

11 15-11 Database Marketing Objectives 1.Record names of customers 2.Store and measure ad results 3.Store and measure purchasing performance 4.Vehicle for continuing direct communication

12 15-12 The Database Marketing Process Figure 15.3

13 15-13 Database Marketing Lists Data-driven communication Customer Relationship Management

14 15-14 The Principles of Data-driven Relationships Visit the Site

15 15-15 The Key Players: Advertisers Companies whose primary business is selling products and services by mail or phone Retail stores who use direct marketing as a supplement

16 15-16 The Key Players: Agencies Advertising agencies Independent agencies Service firms Fulfillment houses

17 15-17 The Key Players: Media Companies The media that deliver messages by phone, mail, or the Web

18 15-18 The Key Players: Customers Recipients of the information and sometimes the initiator of the contact –Push-button shopper –Mouse-clicking shopper

19 15-19 The Tools of Direct Marketing: Direct Mail A print advertising message for a product or service delivered by mail –Outer envelope –Letter –Brochure –Supplemental flyers –Reply card –Return envelope

20 15-20 Direct Mail Solutions from Anderson Visit the Site

21 15-21 Advantages of Direct Mail Tells a story Engages attention Personalizes message Builds in feedback Reaches the unreachable

22 15-22 Disadvantages of Direct Mail Negative perceptions Cost Mailing list Response rate Vulnerability

23 15-23 The Tools of Direct Marketing: Catalogs A multipage direct- mail publication that shows a variety of merchandise

24 15-24 Tools of Direct Marketing: Catalogs Catalogs are viewed as junk mail by many recipients. The cost per thousand of catalogs is higher than mass media. The response is relatively low at 3 to 4 percent. Databases must be consistently maintained. Negative perceptions Costs Response rate Mailing list DescriptionDisadvantages Can be directed at specific market segments. Employs high-quality design and photography (see Alsto’s cover). Extensive product information and comparisons are provided. Offer a variety of purchase options. Targeted Engages attention Complete information Convenience DescriptionAdvantages Advantages and Disadvantages of Catalogs Table 15.2

25 15-25 Tools of Direct Marketing: Telemarketing Types of telemarketing Criticisms of telemarketing Telemarketing messaging design

26 15-26 Do Not Call Registry: Keeping Telemarketers at Bay Visit the Site

27 15-27 The Tools of Direct Marketing: Direct-Response Advertising Combines the characteristics of advertising with a contact element All direct-response advertising moves consumer to action

28 15-28 The Internet and Direct Response Same components as direct mail and telemarketing Greater sampling opportunities New ways to gather info

29 15-29 USA Mail Now: Making Direct-Mailing Easier

30 15-30 Integrated Direct Marketing Challenge is to integrate direct mail, catalogs, telemarketing, Web sites, , text messaging, and instant messaging with other marketing communication

31 15-31 Global Considerations in Direct Marketing Fueled by the same technological forces as the U.S. Particularly important in countries with tight restrictions on advertising Privacy issues more intense Governmental regulation of postal service

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