Una despre P&G si technologiejoi, august 7th, 2014
So how, then, have changes in technology forced P&G into a different direction?
The first change has been the massive increase in noise. It is so much more difficult today for a brand to break through, especially as compared to the halycon days of one local newspaper and three broadcast channels. Today there are not only TV channels galore, but display advertising, search advertising, Facebook, Twitter, and more. While it is true that uber-specialized brands can now more easily hone in one specific niches, that takes real money and is much more difficult to pull off across 200 brands. P&G has likely realized that many of its brands were simply getting drowned out, rendering the money spent marketing them effectively worthless. Thus P&G has decided it needs to “go big or go home” – either spend a lot of money to make sure a brand stands out, or simply get rid of the brand.
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