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Product placement

Presentation skills course

Ana Vouk

on 4 November 2014

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Transcript of Product placement

Ana Vouk
Academic Presentation Skills

In one sentence:
Any questions
or comments?
Lights, movie, popcorn and your new favorite brand?!
Product placement or embedded marketing is...
...a practice in which manufacturers of goods or providers of a service gain exposure for their products by paying for them to be featured in movies, television, books, news, sport or video games.
...process of communicating the value of a product or service to the customer.
How is it done?
products or locations that are obtained from manufacturers or owners to reduce the cost of production
products deliberately placed into productions in exchange for fees

... is when the
logo of an object
or a brand name is
but the
characters don't draw attention
to the brand
BASIC placement
ADVANCED placement
...is when the
mentioned by name
by characters in the show or movie.
Show me the moneeeeey!
Let's watch the clips again...
...try counting how many products are placed?
Problem? Problem!
- worth 360 million dollars per year
- proven to be more cost effective than other advertising
- price: free to 50 million dollars for one film
products used in exchange for help funding advertisements -
loan or donation from the designer/company -
barter system, service deal -
University of Alabama study:
viewers who recognized the product in the store after viewing it were significantly more likely to buy that product than other choices
sometimes on the limit of subliminal marketing (neuro-marketing)
severe restrictions in some countries = prohibition of placement of certain products (e.g. baby milk)
special sign
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