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Does Promotion Mix Really Help to Enhance Brand Equity:A Literature Review


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In the modern marketing, promotion is the most familiar strategy used by the various business organizations to fascinate the customer. Promotional mix is a critical approach to enhance the sales that are why companies try to do some more attractive, influencing promotion through various media. The prime motive of the article is reviewing the promotions mix elements significance (advertising, personal selling, public relations and direct marketing, sale promotion) to brand equity dimensions. The result endorses that promotional mix component helps to enhance the brand equity. No doubt, promotion mix elements have a dynamic and significant impact on brand equity, but studies also recommended that monetary promotion might harm brand image which can be a negative effect on brand equity creation. This article discusses the significance of promotion mix element to brand equity.

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Promotion Mix, Brand Equity, Significance, Advertising.
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Authors

Sandeep Kumar
Uttaranchal University, Arcadia Grant, Chandanwari, Premnagar, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
Sidheswar Patra
Uttaranchal University, Arcadia Grant, Chandanwari, Premnagar, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

Abstract


In the modern marketing, promotion is the most familiar strategy used by the various business organizations to fascinate the customer. Promotional mix is a critical approach to enhance the sales that are why companies try to do some more attractive, influencing promotion through various media. The prime motive of the article is reviewing the promotions mix elements significance (advertising, personal selling, public relations and direct marketing, sale promotion) to brand equity dimensions. The result endorses that promotional mix component helps to enhance the brand equity. No doubt, promotion mix elements have a dynamic and significant impact on brand equity, but studies also recommended that monetary promotion might harm brand image which can be a negative effect on brand equity creation. This article discusses the significance of promotion mix element to brand equity.

Keywords


Promotion Mix, Brand Equity, Significance, Advertising.

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