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PRODUKSI PERIKLANAN KMN 323/3(1-2) DESKRIPSI : Dalam perkuliahan ini menjelaskan mengenai definisi, ruang lingkup produksi periklanan, karakteristik produksi.

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1 PRODUKSI PERIKLANAN KMN 323/3(1-2) DESKRIPSI : Dalam perkuliahan ini menjelaskan mengenai definisi, ruang lingkup produksi periklanan, karakteristik produksi periklanan, aspek kreatif dalam produksi periklanan, eksekusi kreatif dalam produksi periklanan, produksi periklanan, segmentasi pasar, perilaku konsumen dalam produksi periklanan, perencanaan media, iklan media cetak, iklan media penyiaran serta biro iklan dan etika periklanan. TUJUAN INSTRUKSIONAL UMUM: Setelah mengikuti mata kuliah ini mahasiswa akan dapat memahami arti dan pekerjaan periklanan, memiliki kemampuan merancang pesan periklanan serta memproduksi produk iklan untuk mendukung program-program pembangunan, pemberdayaan masyarakat dan dunia usaha/bisnis. Kontrak Perkuliahan Pendahuluan Ruang Lingkup Produksi Periklanan Karakteristik Produksi Periklanan Aspek Kreatif dalam Produksi Periklanan Eksekusi Kreatif dalam Produksi Periklanan Produksi Periklanan Segmentasi Pasar Perilaku Konsumen dalam Produksi Periklanan Perencanaan Media Iklan Media Cetak Iklan Media Penyiaran Struktur Biro Iklan dan Etika Periklanan

2 PENDAHULUAN Definisi, komponen, tipe, peran, pemain kunci, integrasi periklanan

3 What is it? • Advertising is a message designed to promote a product, a service, or an idea. • The purpose of advertising is to sell products or services. 3

4 AIDA • Advertising is designed to inform, influence, or persuade people. • To be effective, an advertisement must first Attract attention and gain a person’s Interest. It may then build Desire for a product and provide a method for them to take Action. 4

5 ADVERTISING BASICS • Provided by someone with a definite agenda, but not necessarily the producer of the product. • Provided free -- you do not pay directly for the advertising. • Not free to the firms, so there must be some benefit to them -- increased profit. • In general, industries with highest levels of advertising also consumer good industries with highest profits.

6 DEFINING MODERN ADVERTISING • A complex form of communication using objectives and strategies to impact consumer thoughts, feelings and actions • A form of marketing communication (all the techniques marketers use to reach their customers and deliver their messages)

7 Advertising is the nonpersonal communication of information usually paid for and usually persuasive in nature about products, services or ideas by identified sponsors through the various media

8 Five Basic Factors of Advertising 1.Paid communication 2.Sponsor is identified 3.Tries to inform or persuade 4.Reaches a large audience 5.Message conveyed through many different kinds of largely nonpersonal mass media

9 Prentice Hall, © 2009 Components of Advertising •Strategy •Creative idea •Execution •Media •The strategy is the logic and planning behind the ad that gives it direction. •Advertisers develop ads to meet objectives. •Advertisers direct ads to identified audiences. •Advertisers create a message that speaks to the audience’s concerns. •Advertisers run ads in the most effective media.

10 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Strategy •Creative idea •Execution •Media •The central idea grabs the consumer’s attention and sticks in memory. •Planning strategy require creative problem solving. •Research involves creativity. •Buying and placing ads requires creative thinking. Components of Advertising

11 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Strategy •Creative idea •Execution •Media •Effective ads are well executed reflecting the highest production values in the industry. •Clients demand the best production the budget allows. Components of Advertising

12 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Strategy •Creative idea •Execution •Media •Television, Internet, magazines, and other media are used to reach a broad audience. •Deciding how to deliver the message requires creativity. •How you say something and where you say it is just as important as what you say. Components of Advertising

13 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Marketing •Communication •Economic •Societal •Marketing is satisfying customer wants and needs by providing products (goods, services, ideas). •The marketing department. is responsible for selling the product using the 4 Ps (product, price, place/distribution, and promotion) and brand development. Roles of Advertising

14 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Marketing •Communication •Economic •Societal Roles of Advertising •Advertising is a message to a consumer about a product, designed to create a response. •It is also a form of marketing communication. •Uses mass communication to transmit product information to connect buyers and sellers in the marketplace.

15 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Marketing •Communication •Economic •Societal •Because it reaches large groups of people, advertising makes marketing more cost- efficient and lowers prices for consumers. •Advertising creates a demand for a brand using hard sell (persuading) and soft sell (image building) techniques. Roles of Advertising

16 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Marketing •Communication •Economic •Societal Roles of Advertising •Informs about innovations and issues •Helps us compare products •Mirrors fashion and design trends •Teaches consumers about new products •Helps shape consumer self-image •Facilitates self-expression •Presents images about diversity in our world

17 Prentice Hall, © 2009 Types of Advertising •Brand Advertising –Focused on long-term brand identity and image •Retail or Local Advertising –Focused on selling merchandise in a geographical area •Direct Response Advertising –Tries to stimulate a sale directly •Business-to-Business –Sent from one business to another

18 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Institutional Advertising –Focused on establishing a corporate identity or winning the public over to the organization’s point of view •Nonprofit Advertising –Used by nonprofits like charities, hospitals, orchestras, museums, and churches for customer, members, volunteers, and donors •Public Service Advertising –Usually produced and run for free on behalf of a good cause Types of Advertising

19 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Advertiser (client) •Agency •Media •Supplier •Audience The Key Player •Wants to send out a message about its business •Identifies a problem that advertising can solve •Selects the target audience, sets the budget, and approves the ad plan •Hires the agency –Agency of record (AOR) does the most business; manages other agencies

20 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Advertiser (client) •Agency •Media •Supplier •Audience •Agencies have the strategic and creative expertise, media knowledge, talent, and negotiating abilities to operate more efficiently than the advertiser. •Some large advertisers have in-house departments. The Key Player

21 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Advertiser (client) •Agency •Media •Supplier •Audience •Media are channels of communication that carry the message to the audience. •They’re vehicles, but also large media conglomerates like Time Warner and Viacom. •Mass media advertising can be cost effective because the costs are spread over the large number of people the ad reaches. The Key Player

22 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Advertiser (client) •Agency •Media •Supplier •Audience •Service organizations that assist advertisers, agencies, and the media in creating and placing ads by providing specialized services •Artists, writers, directors, photographers, producers, printers, freelancers, and consultants Supplier THE KEY PLAYERS

23 Prentice Hall, © 2009 •Advertiser (client) •Agency •Media •Supplier •Audience •People to whom an ad is directed —their responses determine if advertising is effective. •Targeting is the process of identifying the people in the desired audience. •Interactive technology allows ads to be customized to the target audience’s individual needs. The Key Player

24 • IMC means unifying all marketing communication messages and tools to send a consistent, persuasive message promoting the brand’s goals. • Stakeholders are also important in IMC. • Synergy means messages have more impact working jointly than on their own. INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION (IMC)

25 DEFINISI IMC suatu konsep perencanaan komunikasi pemasaran yang mengakui nilai tambah dari satu rencana komprehensif yang mengevaluasi peran strategis dari berbagai disiplin komunikasi – misalnya, iklan umum, respon langsung, promosi penjualan dan hubungan masyarakat- dan menggabungkan berbagai disiplin tersebut guna memberikan kejelasan, konsistensi serta dampak komunikasi yang maksimal

26 ALASAN MENGGUNAKAN IMC 1.Munculnya pemahaman mengenai pentingnya upaya untuk memadukan berbagai fungsi komunikasi yang tersedia daripada membiarkan berbagai fungsi komunikasi itu bekerja sendiri-sendiri 2.Dengan mengkoordinasikan segala upaya komunikasi pemasaran yang dilakukan masing-masing bagian, maka perusahaan dapat menghindari terjadinya duplikasi pekerjaan 3.Perusahaan memperoleh manfaat sinergi di antara berbagai instrumen promosi 4.Pendekatan IMC menjadi cara termudah bagi perusahaan untuk memaksimalkan tingkat pengembalian investasi bidang pemasaran dan promosi


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