New Delhi, India (PressExposure) November 20, 2009 -- In a recent survey report it has been found that 50% of the purchase done by consumers is based upon impulses. Now if we go to question as to what is impulse shopping we will find out that impulse shopping is nothing but shopping under the influence of advertisement. Such finding very clearly justifies the huge amount of money spent by investors on media marketing and advertising.
The most traditional methods of advertising products and services is perhaps through the print media. Print advertising lacks the gloss factor that electronic media provides but in a country like India where the electronic media only manages to reach just about 30% of the total population print advertising has a reach almost double that amount.
Another traditional method of advertisement that has once again come back in the market in the recent past is radio advertising. The advantage of radio advertising is that this medium is not technology dependent neither it is a costly investment. Unlike print media it does not require any literally knowledge and can be accessed by the huge rural population of India. However with private investors joining the radio market the urban crowd has also started to rediscover the beauty of this beautiful medium of entertainment and communication.
After the radio and newspaper television is the most preferred medium of advertisement not only in India but also around the entire world. Television and cable TVâs are available in most of Indian villages. The visual impact created by television advertising is more profound than radio or newspapers. It appeals both to the eyes and ears. The excitement in seeing famous personalities endorsing various products also gives television advertising an extra edge.
Besides this usual form of advertisements there is also other form of outdoor advertising which includes, banners, hoarding s, posters, billboards etc. Outdoor advertising is primarily aimed at people from all sections of the society. These advertisements are placed at strategic locations at important junctures around the city. Outdoor advertisements are necessarily very glossy and eye catching in nature because their success depends upon the attention they can draw from target customers. The latest trend in advertising is airport advertising. Airport advertising is meant for a very niche audience mainly from the elite class business customers. It mainly comprises of advertisements through plasma televisions in airport lounges. Various glow signs, product billboards and sometimes the product itself in showcases at the airport terminal.
This advertising network has created a bridge to collaborate and win peoples mind set. Without proper and efficient advertising network itâs difficult to survive and coexist.
Reference Website: www.worldwideadvertisingnetwork.com