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Turning Point Communications
(603) 798-5180
120 Hemlock Hill Dr
Loudon, NH

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Millennium Integrated Marketing
(877) 873-7445
150 Dow Street, 3rd Floor
Manchester, NH
 
Ad-Com
(603) 225-9100
18 Low Ave
Concord, NH
 
Act One Creative Llc
(603) 226-3311
18 Low Ave Ste 7
Concord, NH
 
Millenium Advertising
(603) 226-7444
185 N Main St
Concord, NH
 
Nassau Broadcasting
(603) 325-5972
11 Kimball Drive, Suite 114
Hooksett, NH
 
Storey Manseau Llc
(603) 229-0278
287 S Main St
Concord, NH
 
Hoik Advertising
(603) 226-0440
10 Ferry St Ste 306
Concord, NH
 
Crop Marks Design Studio
(603) 225-2334
10 Ferry St
Concord, NH
 
Act One Creative, LLC
(603) 226-3311
18 Low Ave
Concord, NH
 
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Listen to Consumers, Not Marketing Gurus

A variety of newspapers and trade magazines run a piece themed 'Campaign of the Week'.

The format is probably familiar to you. A senior marketer names their favourite advertising campaign of the moment and explains why it works as a piece of marketing communications.

For example, I recently read a marketing director extol the virtues of the latest campaign for Levi's. She was taken with the "incredibly haunting quality of the ad, noted that it "held my attention for the whole minute and concluded that the campaign would "engage people with the brand on an altogether different level than in previous campaigns".

A marketer in another article found the ads for X-Box "clearly adult in tone and "deeply disturbing".

The problem with these reviews is that they display a fundamental ignorance of the prime directive of marketing. The first stage in becoming a good marketer is to appreciate the difference between being a producer of products and a consumer of products. As a marketer your job is centered on connecting the latter to the former.

When marketers forget this essential dichotomy and start reviewing ads, products and prices as if they were consumers, they become marketing gurus, and there is no place for gurus in marketing. It is simply impossible to step into the shoes of a consumer for a few moments to review the quality of a marketing output.

When marketers do this they usually assume that the whole market is uniform and either the campaign works or it does not work. The complexity and variance of the actual market, with its different segments and response is ignored in favour of the 'general consumer'.

Worse still, a marketing guru who begins to speak for the market rather than listen to it is potentially a barrier to the market. Too many marketing directors are happy to save money and time by allowing their opinion to replace the voice of the consumer.

The only correct method of evaluating any marketing effort is by talking to actual consumers. Data is the only voice marketers should make use of. Without appropriate data from the market the only correct response to any marketing question is silence. Because silence draws attention to what is not there.

The industry is replete with marketing gurus. Ad agencies ask potential employees for their favourite ad in the first-round interview. Marketing directors ask themselves whether consumers perceive a recent price rise as fair. Brand ma...

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