TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of contents
- Statement of problem
- Objective of the study
- Importance of the study
- Scope and limitation of the study
- Definition of advertising
- Objectives of advertising
- Economics justification of advertising
- Forms of advertising
- Critism of advertising
3.1 Source of data and information
3.2 Research population and sample size
3.3 Statistical techniques
3.4 Research problems
4.1 Presentation and analysis of data
4.2 Summary of findings
5.1 Conclusion on findings
Advertising consists of all activities involved in presenting to a group, a non-personal, oral or visual, openly sponsor message regarding a product, services or ideal. This message called on advertising is disseminated though one or more media and paid for by the identified sponsor.
Essentially, advertising is a means of spreading information. However, it will be useful to a reader of this project as to distinguish it from other form of communication.
Advertising is further distinguished by this fact that it is employed for promotion to large audience. In fact, it is often referred to as mass selling, through the medium of television, for instance.
A further important characteristic of advertising that usually distinguishes it from personal selling to the degree of control that can be maintained over the promotional effort advertising have great influence on a product.