Age of ad accountability

March 2009
Marketing Health Services;Spring2009, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
This article discusses research into the return on investment posted by different advertising strategies. Suggestions developed by the Association of National Advertisers are noted. The primary idea is for marketing departments to work with finance managers to develop metrics for assessing the effectiveness of advertising campaigns in meeting their goals.


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