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Multiple choice questions: intermediate

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This activity contains 13 questions.

Question 1.
The correct sequence for the communications planning model is as follows:

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Question 2.
Firms communicate with their current and prospective customers though the promotional mix. Which of the following is not an element of the promotional mix?

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Question 3.
The marketing communication environment has changed drastically due to technology and consumer awareness. What have been the predominant marketing responses to this change that are suggested by Phillip Kotler (2004)?

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Question 4.
Which of the following has replaced the mass marketing trends of the past?

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Question 5.
Which of the following campaigns are based upon a rational appeal?

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Question 6.
Advertisers use 'fear appeal' as a communication tool for what purpose?

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Question 7.
In developing adverts using a rational or fear appeal, what are the key contextual elements that must be considered?

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Question 8.
What are the guidelines for good copy when developing a print advertisement?

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Question 9.
An integrated advertising campaign should include the following elements:

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Question 10.
What are the benefits of comparative advertising?

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Question 11.
What factors call for more frequency in an advertising media schedule?

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Question 12.
What factors call for more reach in an advertising media schedule?

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Question 13.
Rational advertising appeals do not contain which of the following elements?

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