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Kajian Produksi Pesan Iklan Ambient Media

(An Examination of the Message Production of Ambient  Media Advertising)

Oleh: B. S. Wijaya

DOI: 10.13140/2.1.3732.1768

Abstract:  This study aims to uncover the knowledge used by creators in producing the message of ambient media ad and compare it with Action Assembly Theory, a message production theory by John Greene who revealed that a message is formed from several knowledges possessed and managed by communicator. By using exploratory-qualitative method through an interpretive approach, the researcher interviewed in depth some subjects or informant namely ambient media ad creators Continue reading

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Title: Iklan Ambient Media: Konsep, Strategi Pesan dan Implementasi (AMBIENT MEDIA ADVERTISING: CONCEPT, MESSAGE STRATEGY & IMPLEMENTATION)

Author:  B. S. Wijaya

Publisher:  UB Press

2011

1st Edition

183 pages

Book Paper

Soft Cover

SINOPSIS

Semakin padat dan ramainya pesan-pesan komunikasi pemasaran di media-media konvensional, membuat banyak pengiklan kini mulai melirik cara-cara berkomunikasi  melalui media yang tidak biasa. Salah satunya melalui iklan berbentuk ambient media. Iklan ambient media memiliki ciri khas yaitu mampu menyinergikan pesan dan pengalaman khalayak konsumen, sehingga khalayak dapat langsung ‘merasakan’ kebenaran pesan yang disampaikan. Karena unik,  iklan ambient media juga dapat menimbulkan word-of-mouth dan publisitas yang luas.

Buku ini memaparkan bagaimana perkembangan iklan ambient media, bagaimana para kreator memproduksi pesan iklan ambient media yang unik, dan bagaimana pola komunikasi iklan ambient media.

Selain bermanfaat bagi para praktisi sebagai jendela untuk melihat cara-cara alternatif dan kreatif dalam mengomunikasikan pesan-pesan merek produk, buku ini juga dapat menjadi referensi bagi para akademisi dan peneliti sekaligus menjawab kelangkaan literatur mengenai iklan ambient media.

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Title:  The Voices of Consumers

Author:  B. S. Wijaya

Publisher: BookSoWow! Publishing

2011

1st edition

150 pages

Book Paper

Soft Cover

 

 

 

 

Why should we listen to the voice of consumers?

It is becoming a major concern of marketers today, especially in the era of fierce competition, in which all brands compete to ‘get’ eyes and hearts of consumers. The only way to win this competition is to be more sensitive in listening to the voices of mind and heart of consumers.

This book contains the articles from a research about Telco’s consumer insights in Indonesia that can inspire you to get fresh understanding and closer to your consumers.


comm spectrum vol 1Model Komunikasi Berasa dalam Komunikasi Pemasaran: Studi tentang Iklan Ambient Media dalam Meraih Kepercayaan Khalayak Konsumen

(Experientially-Meaningful Communication Model in the Marketing Communication: The Study about Ambient Media Advertising in Gaining Consumer Audience’s Trust)

B. S. Wijaya

DOI: 10.13140/2.1.2159.3124

Abstract: The more cluttered and intense of marketing communications messages in conventional media had turned many advertisers to take a glance at ways of communication through unconventional media. One of them is through ambient media advertisement. This paper is to review the advantages of ambient media ad as one of marketing communication strategy in gaining the audience/consumer’s trust. By using qualitative case study method, writer found that one distinct characteristic of ambient media ad is its capable of synergizing a message and message proofing through consumer’s experience with a conducive ambience, thus consumers are able to sense directly the truth of the presented message. This kind of communication model is called Komunikasi Continue reading


Brand & Me

by: B. S. Wijaya

This all began one night with an urge to watch a simple, undemanding movie called “Marley and Me.” I was intrigued. When the promotion trailer was shown in theaters a few weeks before the actual film was run, it only presented a few simple scenes of a small dog running on a beachfront, chased by a few adults shouting its name: “Marleeeeyy…,” followed by the title “Coming Soon.” All so simple, so uncomplicated, and yet –for me –so intriguing.

My feelings were answered when I watched the movie and it turned out to be quite an inspiring experience. The story starts with a friend’s suggestion that John Grogan, a reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer, buy himself a dog to give him and his wife, Jen a taste of parenthood.

The couple went to visit a local pet shop where they bought themselves a small dog – for cheap because it was unwanted – and called it Marley, after the late Bob Marley, the singer. But soon the forewarnings about the dog’s ill behavior were proved true. Marley was hyperactive and uncontrollable. It ran through the house all day, biting and tearing at almost everything that came in his sight and eating more than his normal portion of dog food. He really wreaks havoc, gets kicked out of obedience school.

But surprisingly when Jen lost her first-born baby at its birth, Marley showed his tender side, sitting quietly on Jen’s lap, allowed the brokenhearted woman to embrace it and dry her tears on its furry head. From that moment on, Jen and John gave Marley all the love he deserved as a member of the family.

Until one day, Jen, who by now had to look after two toddlers plus the unruly Marley, aired her feelings of depression on John. When John reminded her that it was all because of her own choice, Jen told him she was depressed not because she had given up her job to look after her family, but because of the unruliness of a small dog called Marley.

Now imagine. What if Marley was a consumer, chosen by us from out of so many market segments to be a target for our product’s brand. What if – when within one specific category everyone controlled the same segment – we had the nerve to choose one particular segment that few other marketers wanted?  To look after it, we create new market opportunities, but when times get rough, crisis looms and challenges emerge, when competitors intensify their attacks, we regret our own choice?  Quite a number of marketers would hastily redefine their segments or broaden their segments in order to secure their brand. But let us learn from Jen. Continue reading


Abstrak Tesis:

PRODUKSI PESAN IKLAN AMBIENT MEDIA DALAM KONTEKS KOMUNIKASI BERASA: SEBUAH STUDI EKSPLORATORIS

Oleh: B. S. Wijaya

Semakin padat dan ramainya pesan-pesan komunikasi pemasaran di media-media konvensional, membuat banyak pengiklan kini mulai melirik cara-cara berkomunikasi  melalui media yang tidak biasa. Salah satunya melalui iklan berbentuk ambient media. Iklan ambient media memiliki ciri khas yaitu mampu menyinergikan pesan dan pengalaman khalayak konsumen, sehingga khalayak dapat langsung merasakan kebenaran pesan yang disampaikan. Karena unik,  iklan ambient media juga dapat menimbulkan word-of-mouth.

Penelitian ini berfokus pada bagaimana kreator iklan memproduksi pesan iklan ambient media yang mampu bersinergi dengan pengalaman khalayak. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah (1) untuk mengetahui, mengkaji dan memahami pengetahuan-pengetahuan yang dibutuhkan kreator dalam menciptakan pesan iklan ambient media, (2) mengetahui dan memahami cara kreator mengolah pengetahuan tersebut menjadi pesan iklan ambient media yang mampu bersinergi dengan pengalaman khalayak konsumen. Penelitian eksploratoris ini menggunakan metode kualitatif dengan pendekatan interpretif yang memadukan teknik pengumpulan data melalui wawancara dan netnography. Subyek utama penelitian ini adalah para kreator yang memiliki pengalaman membuat iklan ambient media, mulai dari executive creative director, creative director, art director, copywriter hingga mahasiswa Desain Komunikasi Visual yang karya iklan ambient media-nya pernah memenangkan lomba kreatif iklan. Analisis hasil penelitian dilakukan dengan mengkategorisasi, menginterpretasi makna, mendialogkan dengan teori dan sumber-sumber lain serta triangulasi khalayak konsumen. Continue reading



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