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Advertising Appeals By Country

Research for a CPG category in the Journal of Advertising Research suggests that emotional messaging is more effective in wealthier countries. The authors propose that:

  • “In low-GDP countries, where consumers aspire to being part of global consumer culture — and see brands as a means to do that — practitioners should use a global appeal when they want to develop their brand and build brand knowledge. Cartoons, children, and analogies/metaphors are the elements that should be included in the message.”
  • In mid-GDP countries, practitioners should employ an experiential appeal to help create brand awareness, improve brand attitude, and develop brand uniqueness.
  • Experiential appeals should also be applied when advertising in high-GDP countries. While these may boost brand attitude and brand uniqueness, it may not increase brand awareness.

 

 

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