Modeling Synergies in Cross-Media Strategies: On-line and Off-line Media
Changing market circumstances push marketing managers to optimize advertising spending and search for the most effective and affordable advertising media. In integrated marketing communication (IMC), synergy can contribute significantly to reinforcing the preferred outcome, that is, total sales. Cross-media synergy, defined as the combined effect of more than one media that exceeds each medium’s individual effects on the measured outcome, is of particular interest (Naik and Raman, 2003; Chang and Thorson, 2004; Havlena, Cardarelli, and de Montigny, 2007).
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