Download PDF by Leslie Goodwin: ANTIQUE or Shabby Chic? Appraise & Sell Like a Pro!

By Leslie Goodwin

ISBN-10: 1463790228

ISBN-13: 9781463790226

Scorching Off The Presses!--LATEST details for net looking out and promoting! what's it? What's it worthy? How do you promote it? in a single brief quantity, you'll the right way to appraise and promote antiques, collectibles and heirlooms utilizing a similar instruments the professionals use.

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1. In the 1995 Advertising Works 8 we read that the typical malt whisky drinker only buys three bottles a year, is middle-aged, rather conservative and not easily influenced. By contrast, the introduction of lemonade laced with alcohol in 1995, such as the ’Hooch‘ brand, caught on so rapidly with teenagers as to cause public concern and calls for controls. A differentbut equally useful way of viewing the market is illustrated by the Cadbury’s Roses story in Advertising Works 8 1995. Their main competitor, Quality Street, had achieved a dominant position in the market as the assortment for sharing with the family.

In 1980 industrial advertising accounted for €289 million, or nearly 20 per cent of the total. Remember also however that industrial marketing normally uses salesmen (and highly specialized and well-paid salesmen at that) much more extensively. The total promotional cost will therefore be much more closely in line with the relative importance of industrial markets. 3 -8 Corporate advertising A substantial proportion of the advertising carried out by companies is not designed directly to promote products.

There may be more than one, in which case can we communicate with them all at once; or do we have a number of quite separate communication tasks to do? What is the message we have to convey? It may well be different for each audience; consumers may need to be told of the product‘s performance, whereas dealers will be more interested in the profit they can make; in an industrial context the factory manager will want to know that a machine will give him fewer breakdowns and higher output, and the financial director that it will reduce capital outlay and hence reduce overdraft charges.

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