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Chapter 1 to Chapter 17. All questions and answers.

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Chapter 16—Advertising Media: Planning and Analysis. All Correct Answers

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Chapter 16—Advertising Media: Planning and Analysis TRUE/FALSE 1. Advertising purchased on all network programs aired simultaneously so that all consumers viewing TV at this time will be exposed to the brand’s advertising is called a roadblock. T PTS: 1 2. Vehicles are the general communi...

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Chapter 15—Direct Marketing and Other Media. All Answers

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Chapter 15—Direct Marketing and Other Media TRUE/FALSE 1. Direct advertising enables the advertiser to convey a message to a target market that has been selected with precision. T PTS: 1 2. Direct advertising is delivered to individuals’ homes or workplaces typically via postal mail in th...

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Chapter 14—Social Media. All Questions and Answers

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Chapter 14—Social Media TRUE/FALSE 1. The teen shift from Facebook to Twitter and other social networks may indicate that Facebook has become passé. T PTS: 1 2. Social media integrates technology and social interactions to create value for users. T PTS: 1 3. Social media turns communic...

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Chapter 13—Online and Mobile Advertising. Answers All Correct

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Chapter 13—Online and Mobile Advertising TRUE/FALSE 1. To become a sponsored link in search results online, advertisers must bid for and purchase keywords from search engine services. T PTS: 1 2. Consumers’ Internet usage continues to grow at the expense of the traditional media. T PTS:...

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Chapter 12—Traditional Advertising Media. Questions and Answers

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Chapter 12—Traditional Advertising Media TRUE/FALSE 1. No one specific advertising medium is always best. T PTS: 1 2. The best medium, or combination of media, is determined by counting advantages and limitations. F PTS: 1 3. Newspapers historically had been the leading advertising medi...

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Chapter 11—Endorsers and Message Appeals in Advertising. All Answers

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Chapter 11—Endorsers and Message Appeals in Advertising TRUE/FALSE 1. Voluntary attention is engaged when consumers devote attention to an advertisement or other marcom message that is perceived as relevant to their current purchase-related goals. T PTS: 1 2. Involuntary attention requires ...

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Chapter 9—Overview of Advertising Management. Questions and Answers

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Chapter 9—Overview of Advertising Management TRUE/FALSE 1. Advertising is defined as “a paid, mediated form of communication from an identifiable source, designed to persuade the receiver to take some action, now or in the future.” T PTS: 1 2. The difference between advertising and publ...

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Chapter 8—Objective Setting and Budgeting. Questions and Answers

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Chapter 8—Objective Setting and Budgeting TRUE/FALSE 1. Objective setting and budgeting decisions are implementation marcom decisions. ANS: F PTS: 1 2. Objective setting and budgeting decisions must be formal and systematic. ANS: T PTS: 1 3. Marcom implementation decisions include the cho...

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Chapter 7—The Role of Persuasion in Integrated Marketing Communications. All Answers

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Chapter 7—The Role of Persuasion in Integrated Marketing Communications TRUE/FALSE 1. Attitudes are learned. T PTS: 1 2. The effective component of an attitude refers to the evaluative or feeling aspect of an attitude. T PTS: 1 3. The cognitive component of an attitude represents one's ...

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Chapter 5—Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning. Questions and Answers

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Chapter 5—Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning TRUE/FALSE 1. Targeting specific audiences can be considered the starting point for all marcom decisions. T PTS: 1 2. Targeting implies efficiency of effort. T PTS: 1 3. Demographic data is relatively easy to obtain and is the most pred...

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Chapter 4—Environmental, Regulatory, and Ethical Issues. All Correct Answers

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Chapter 4—Environmental, Regulatory, and Ethical Issues TRUE/FALSE 1. Marketing communicators in their various capacities rarely are faced with decisions that have ethical ramifications. : F PTS: 1 2. For marketing communicators, ethics involves matters of right and wrong, or moral, conduct ...

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Chapter 3—Brand Adoption, Brand Naming, and Intellectual Property Issues. All Answers

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Chapter 3—Brand Adoption, Brand Naming, and Intellectual Property Issues TRUE/FALSE 1. The notions of trial and repeat purchase are particularly apt for inexpensive consumer packaged goods. : T PTS: 1 2. Huge investments and concerted efforts to introduce new products and services almost alw...

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Chapter 2—Enhancing Brand Equity and Accountability. Correct Answers

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Chapter 2—Enhancing Brand Equity and Accountability TRUE/FALSE 1. A brand is a name, term, sign, symbol, or design, or a combination of them, intended to identify the goods and services of one seller or groups of sellers and to differentiate them from those of competition. : T PTS: 1 2. All ...

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Chapter 1— An Overview of Integrated Marketing Communications. All Answers Correct.

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Chapter 1— An Overview of Integrated Marketing Communications TRUE/FALSE 1. Marketing communications play an important role for all companies. : T PTS: 1 2. According to a recent study , integrated marketing communications is seldom employed by business-to-business marketers. : F PTS: 1 3. The mar...

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