Question 1.The billboard that displays an advertisement for a new Internet service provider is an example of a medium. True False
Question 2.A marketer of Kikkoman brand soy sauce would need to stimulate selective demand for its new line of low-sodium sauces. True False
Question 3.When Lisa thinks about taking a class in conversational Italian, she thinks of it as a way to challenge her intellect. When Megan thinks about taking a class in conversational Italian, she thinks how much fun it will be to visit Italy once she knows the language. Their differing opinions most likely result from differences in: perceptions. motivations. attitudes. cognitive learning. social class.
Question 4.One of the primary roles of advertising is to communicate product utility.
Question 5.A good copy should contain all the information intended to be communicated in a few pertinent, succinct points. True False
Question 6.An example of negatively-originated motives that energize consumer behavior would be finding the milk carton empty and wanting cereal for breakfast. True False
Question 7.Tina is a new student at a private academy. She values the opinions of her new classmates and tries to dress just like them. She watches the same television shows they watch and tries to copy their hair style and the way they stand. For Tina, her new classmates are a(n):
approval center. focus group. standard bearer. cultural norm. reference group.
Question 8.People who might buy Muir Glen brand organic soups are vegetarians, people who want to try something different, people who like soup, people who don’t have time to cook and people who worry about putting chemicals in their bodies. These various groups who may be in the market for Muir Glen soups are all examples of: innovators. market segments. market aggregations. diffusers. buying centers.
Question 9.The sale of traditional brands of chocolate candy bars is declining. The manufacturers of candy have noticed that the demand for energy-boosters is up. As a result, they have introduced a new type of candy bar called “buzz bars.” The new candy bars have 60 milligrams of caffeine, plus taurine and B vitamins. The candy industry had to create _____ for buzz bars. primary demand par value secondary demand utilitarian worth market value
Question 10.:Within Jon’s perception process, the smell of sawdust at the lumber yard was an example of a stimulus. True False Need Other Tutorials For BUS 317 ?
You may click on the links below to go to respective tutorial. · BUS 317 Week 1 Discussion 1 ( What is Advertising )
· BUS 317 Week 1 Discussion 2 ( Advertising Agencies )
· BUS 317 Week 1 Quiz
· BUS 317 Week 2 Assignment ( The Evolution and Importance of Advertising )
· BUS 317 Week 2 Discussion 1 ( Advertising on Social Networks )
· BUS 317 Week 2 Discussion 2 ( Creative Strategy )
· BUS 317 Week 2 Quiz
· BUS 317 Week 3 Discussion 1 ( Selecting Media )
· BUS 317 Week 3 Discussion 2 ( Media Pros and Cons )
· BUS 317 Week 3 Quiz
· BUS 317 Week 4 Discussion 1 ( Out-of-Home, Direct Mail, & Specialty Advertising )
· BUS 317 Week 4 Discussion 2 ( Media Planning & Buying )
· BUS 317 Week 4 Quiz
· BUS 317 Week 5 Assignment ( Final Paper )
· BUS 317 Week 5 Discussion 1 ( Ethics in Advertising )
· BUS 317 Week 5 Discussion 2 ( Social Responsibility )