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2016 | 2 (361) | 126-139
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Marketingowa analiza komunikacyjnych walorów sloganów reklamowych miast

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Marketing Analysis of Communicative Values of Cities’ Advertising Slogans
RU
Маркетинговый анализ коммуникационных достоинств рекламных слоганов городов
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Slogany są ważnymi strategicznymi narzędziami wykorzystywanymi w marketingu i brandingu miast. Niniejszy artykuł ma na celu identyfikację strategii formułowania sloganów miast przez ustalenie kategorii skojarzeń z miastem, które ich twórcy chcą potencjalnie wywołać wśród odbiorców działań marketingowych samorządów miejskich. Wykorzystując technikę analizy treści dokonano przeglądu 144 sloganów małych i średnich miast w Polsce. Wyniki badań pokazały, że slogany miast najczęściej odwołują się do cech osobowości marki miasta, obejmujących głównie takie jej wymiary, jak szczerość i ekscytacja, a także do ukazywania korzyści związanych z doświadczeniem potencjalnego użytkownika miejskiej oferty. Rezultaty opracowania mają implikacje praktyczne, gdyż dostarczają wiedzy gospodarzom miast i pracownikom samorządowym z zakresu metod formułowania sloganów reklamowych innych ośrodków. Mogą mieć także zastosowanie społeczne, pokazują bowiem sposoby kreowania sposobów oddziaływania na percepcję odbiorców działań marketingowych. Artykuł ma charakter badawczy.
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Slogans are important strategic tools used in marketing and branding activities of towns and cities. The aim of this article is to identify strategies of formulating slogans of cities by establishing categories of associations with the city, which their creators want to potentially cause among recipients of its marketing activities. Using the content analysis technique 144 slogans of small and medium cities in Poland were reviewed. The study’s findings showed that the creators of cities slogans frequently refer to the characteristics of the brand personality of the city, consisting mainly of its dimensions such as honesty and excitement, as well as to benefits of the experience. The results of studies have practical implications, because they provide the local governments with the strategy of formulating slogans of competitive cities. They have also social implications, showing the ways of influencing the perception of consumers as receivers of marketing activities of cities. The article is of the research nature.
RU
Слоганы – важные стратегические инструменты, используемые в маркетинге и брендинге городов. Цель настоящей статьи – выявить стратегию создания слоганов городов путем определения категории ассоциаций с городом, которые их создатели хотят потенциально вызвать у адресатов маркетинговых действий городских самоуправлений. Используя технику анализа содержания, провели обзор 144 слоганов малых и средних городов в Польше. Результаты исследований показали, что слоганы городов чаще всего относятся к чертам личности марки города, охватывающих в основном такие ее измерения как искренность и эксцитация, а также к указанию выгод, связанных с опытом потенциального пользователя городского предложения. Результаты разработки имеют практические импликации, ибо они поставляют знания хозяевам городов и работникам самоуправления из области методов создания рекламных слоганов других центров. Они могут тоже иметь общественное применение, ибо они показывают способы создания методов воздействия на восприятие адресатов маркетинговых действий. Статья имеет исследовательский характер.
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  • Politechnika Białostocka
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