Advertising and Sales Promotion 29

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Objective Questions and Answers of MBA: Advertising and Sales Promotion 29

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Part 29: Objective questions and answers of Advertising and Sales Promotion


Q1. In high-context languages, information /content is assumed to be ___________

a) Implicit: it is known and does not need to be set out.

b) Implicit: it is known but needs to be elaborated

c) Explicit: it is not known and needs to be set out.

d) Explicit: it is known but needs to be elaborated


Q2. In newer, younger agencies, roles are undertaken by the following kinds of individuals:

a) Multi-talented

b) Multi skilled

c) Multi taskers

d) Multi activists


Q3. In the advertising agency selection process, the agency credentials meeting are also known as the ___________ meeting:

a) Chemistry

b) Relationship

c) Knowledge

d) Synthesis


Q4. Internet advertising has some weaknesses because

a) It is not easy to track

b) It is not emotive

c) It cannot reach a global audience

d) It does not deliver good targeted reach


Q5. It is the quality of the ___________ between the various elements in the process that determine whether a communication event will be successful.

a) Actions

b) Research

c) Linkages

d) Sequencing


Q6. Littlejohn (1992) identifies four main contexts within which communication occurs. these are

a) Interpersonal, group, organizational and interactional communication

b) Interpersonal, group, organizational and mass communication

c) Interpersonal, group, organizational and linear communication

d) Interpersonal, group, organizational and relational communication


Q7. Media audience research

a) Is a highly organised discipline with a worldwide presence

b) Is not necessary for the media planner

c) Is carried out individually by each agency

d) Is the same for traditional and newer media


Q8. Media selections and scheduling decisions associated with delivering advertising constitute

a) Problem Solving Equation

b) Message Weight

c) Media Kit

d) Media Plan


Q9. Messengers perceived to be physically attractive lead to two main outcomes. These ads ___________

a) Are more easily recognized and promote positive associations

b) Promote strong engagement and improved responses

c) Attract more attention and are evaluated more positively

d) Stimulate involvement and increased recall


Q10. Mobile marketing has innovative ways to reach the consumer. Which of the following is not one of them?

a) Barcode calls-to-action

b) Mobile apps

c) Yellow pages advertising

d) Mobile retail payments


Q11. Most of the early advertising models were developed on the principle that individuals are cognitive information processors and that ads are understood as a result


a) Emotional involvement processing

b) Superior recall

c) Information processing

d) Advertising triggers


Q12. Name two of the three major types of advertising found in newspapers

a) Classified

b) Display

c) Below-the-line

d) Banner


Q13. One advantage of Mobile marketing is that it is not

a) Inferior in its creative possibilities

b) Place-based media

c) Prone to security breaches

d) Dependent on GPS systems


Q14. One of the main aims of creativity in advertising is to gain:

a) Brand Loyalty

b) Awareness

c) Interest

d) Attention


Q15. One significant change in the paid-for media environment is

a) Terrestrial and satellite radio offerings

b) The number of print vehicles available

c) The presence of social media sites

d) The addition of cable TV


Q16. One weakness in using out-of-home media is

a) Difficult to Measure and Control

b) Delivers Excellent Reach

c) Demographic Flexibility

d) Relatively Low Cost


Q17. Opinion leaders and opinion formers are an integral part of which model of communication

a) Linear

b) Interactional

c) Relational

d) Influencer


Q18. People exposed to more advertising clutter

a) Remember more of it

b) Only remember some of it

c) Remember none of it

d) Remember less of it.


Q19. Perception is concerned with how individuals ___________ stimuli so that they can understand the world.

a) Organise and interpret, select

b) Select, organise and interpret

c) Interpret, select and organise


Q20. Print advertising is sometimes also called

a) Electronic Advertising

b) Business Advertising

c) Press Advertising

d) None of the above



Part 29: Objective questions and answers of Advertising and Sales Promotion


Q1. Answer a


Q2. Answer c


Q3. Answer a


Q4. Answer b


Q5. Answer c


Q6. Answer b


Q7. Answer a


Q8. Answer d


Q9. Answer c


Q10. Answer c


Q11. Answer c


Q12. Answer a, b


Q13. Answer b


Q14. Answer d


Q15. Answer c


Q16. Answer a


Q17. Answer d


Q18. Answer d


Q19. Answer b


Q20. Answer c

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