Even the best products and services don't sell themselves. To create and sustain demand, marketers need to communicate with their customers, consumers, and other stakeholders. This course provides students with an introduction to contemporary marketing communication and prepares them to successfully navigate today's cluttered and ever-evolving communication environment. We will explore topics linked to strategic planning (e.g., insight, positioning, media and creative strategy, measurement) and tactical execution, and also consider the psychological foundations of marketing communication. Throughout the course, students will get to analyze, develop, and evaluate marketing communication strategies and executions.
The topics below are exemplary and subject to change.
- Psychological models of how marketing communications work
- The structure of the marketing communication industry
- Developing a communication plan
- Budgeting considerations
- Determining communication objectives
- Generating and leveraging insights
- Integrating marketing communications
- Measuring impact
- Media strategy
- Creative strategy
- Message strategies and execution
- Multisensory marketing communication
- Persuasion tactics
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