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Aggregate Advertising Response Models

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Univariate forecasting methods are used in production control and are essential to modern manufacturing methods The choice of a forecasting method is critical to production control, particularly to manufacturers with large numbers of production processes and product lines. There are two forecasting approaches: aggregate selection and individual selection. Aggregate forecasting applies a single method to the entire series of production processes. Individual forecasting determines the appropriate method and applies it to each production process, and is an expensive, time consuming process characterized by complex computations. An ...
data to estimate the impact of various promotional tactics on sales and then forecast the impact of future sets of promotional tactics. It is often used to optimize promotional tactics with respect to sales revenue or profit. The techniques were developed by econometricians and were first applied to consumer packaged goods , since manufacturers of those goods had access to good data on sales and marketing support. In the recent times MMM has found acceptance as a trustworthy marketing tool among the major consumer marketing companies.
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Price, wage and employment response to shocks: evidence from the ...
price changes. Firms that face costs of changing prices (as in menu-cost models) can keep prices fixed in response to cost shocks because their pre-set prices are higher than marginal costs, and the margin can absorb the shock. A lower elasticity of product demand implies ..... Previous results may be used to assess how the aggregate response of prices and costs to cost-push shocks may be influenced by convergence within the euro area and other integrating economies. For ... market research, surveys and trends
Sales & Operations Planning
Sales & operations planning is a methodology for coordinating supply chain and demand management decisions [7]. Many companies, including Procter & Gamble, Motorola and Caterpillar, have implemented S&OP processes. Thus far, these processes rely on software that acquires and integrates data relevant to S&OP but do not employ advanced analytics — optimization models integrated with descriptive models — to support S&OP decision-making. Despite the many S&OP system implementations, recent surveys [1, 6] indicate that improvements due to them have stalled. Although reasons for the slowdown can be debated, a strong argument is that ... market research, surveys and trends

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The Effect of Advertising on Tobacco and Alcohol - The National ...
Researchers study the effects of tobacco and alcohol advertising because the consumption of these substances is known to have potentially adverse health consequences. Tobacco use results in illness in proportion to its consumption, with about one-third of tobacco consumers dying as a result of these illnesses. Alcohol is different in that about nine out of 10 adults use alcohol in limited amounts with no adverse outcomes. The other one in ten abuses alcohol, which results in a range of negative health and social outcomes including an estimated 100,000 premature deaths per year. There have been a number of empirical studies on ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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AGGREGATE ADVERTISING RESPONSE MODELS: THE STATE OF THE ART John ...
Aggregate advertising response models relate product sales to advertising spending for a market as a whole. Although many models ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Alcohol Advertising and Youth
The question addressed in this review is whether aggregate alcohol advertising increases alcohol consumption among college students. Both the level of alcohol-related problems on college campuses and the level of alcohol advertising are high. Some researchers have concluded that the cultural myths and symbols used in alcohol advertisements have powerful meanings for college students and affect intentions to drink. There is, however, very little empirical evidence that alcohol advertising has any effect on actual alcohol consumption. Method: The methods used in this review include a theoretical ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Pulsing Policies for Aggregate Advertising Models Fred M. Feinberg ...
building aggregate continuous-time models of advertising response.' Acknowledgements. The author would like to express his gratitude to John Little, ...
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Question: Hierarchical Bayesian models for market research
I'm going to a job interview at a market research firm. They have people their who make hierarchical Bayesian models. I'd like to know, in short and simple terms, what they are useful for. I don't need to know the details. I certainly don't need to understand the maths. In short I'm just looking for a paragraph or two on hierarchical Bayesian models and their use for market research. Specifically: - what they're useful for - why they're better than other techniques - any flaws or limitation I have a layman's working understanding of a few basic concepts (sampling, correlation, ...
What are the statistical models used by Insurance, Banking and ...
In Insurance, Banking and Financial Services, there has been many statistical models used for customer profiling - mainly to evaluate the risk of a given customer. Main suppliers of these models are Fair Isaac and SAS. ROI is very clear, since it is directly linked to the premium on your loan, your insurance,... posted January 31, 2007 Senior Director of Marketing Analytics at Ancestry.com see all my answers Well, Julian mentioned one class of models, but there are many that could be of interest to you. ROI is a function of both "R" and "I". If you are willing and able to roll you own models investment can be minimized. See the ...