Many businesses have spent developed budgets, hired creative directors, and surveyed test groups just to provide the best advertising. Is it diverse? Check. Good product placement? Check. Did we avoid regulatory defects? Check. So, what is missing? THE EMOTION. THE CONNECTION. THE REALITY.
In the article below we learn how Dick’s Sporting Goods has spent that last two-three years building an emotional relationship with the potential consumer through their TV advertisements (NOVICE NOTE: The campaign as a whole is marketing the TV commercial alone is just advertising). Meanwhile they are building a community outreach program for those who feel connected enough to donate.
The reality is, in today’s world is not enough to just promote the logo of your business, have a buy here buy now ad, and get the sale. Consumers are more business savvy and quciker to reject those who are not authentic. They hold businesses responsible on a deeper level and want a humanized element to the business approach. How well can you pull on the heart strings? It doesn’t have to be a tear jerker everytime, but showing the consumer that you understand who they are and what type of lives they lead.
If you want to see examples of how it is done right see the Dick’s Sporting Good commercials here: http://goo.gl/eWND6H
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