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A method developed by Russell Colley in 1961, its purpose is the measurement of advertising effectiveness. Its central idea is that the audience moves through phases of awareness of an advertising campaign to comprehension, to conviction that the product can meet their needs, to eventual action, or purchase. See also advertising campaign; aida; desire.

Subjects: Marketing.

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