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G. those operated by ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) 38 The ASA is responsible for implementing the code of practice drawn up by the Committee for Advertising Practice (CAP) The CAP code principles for advertising, sales promotions and direct marketing are that they should be: n Legal, decent, honest and truthful n Prepared with a sense of responsibility to consumers and society n Concur with principles of fair competition The ASA regulates the following media: n n n n n n n n n n n Press Outdoor Cinema Direct mail Leaflets Brochures Catalogues Inserts Fax marketing Sales promotions Internet (banner ads, commercial e-mails and online sales promotions) MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS 39 THE MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY Television and radio codes Preference services Television scripts are vetted by the Broadcast Advertising Clearing Centre (BACC) and radio commercials by the Radio Authority Copy Clearing Centre Consumers can ‘opt out’ of receiving postal, telephone, fax and e-mail marketing by registering with the Direct Marketing Association’s (DMA) preference services.
Global marketing With global marketing, companies have standardized business activities and single marketing communications strategies, whereas with multinational companies the differences in markets are recognized with individual programmes for each of its subsidiaries The move to standardized marketing communications programmes is often driven by the high costs of producing separate campaigns for individual markets Some companies have run centrally developed campaigns, where identical advertising is used apart from voice-overs in the local language.
And usually maintain the client–agency interface n n n n n n n Current situation Promotional objectives Target markets Product/service Budget Competitors Timescales 34 Agency pitching Agency remuneration Before choosing an agency, or even on a regular review basis, organizations will ask a number of agencies to bid or ‘pitch’ for the account. This involves the agency coming up with ideas for a specific brief in competition with other agencies. This is often a costly exercise for agencies Agencies have traditionally been paid on commission from media owners when they buy space or time.