Since 2000, WPP has also acquired two more integrated global agency networks, Young & Rubicam Brands and Grey.
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Yes, they might have wanted to draw attention to its brake horsepower and its powers of acceleration and any other factual aspects of its competitive performance that could be expressed in hard, verifiable numbers.
But they would also have known that there was something about this car that defied definition or deconstruction.
We can know with some confidence a great deal about it: not only what it was like but what it most certainly wasn’t. For an advertisement to have enough potency to generate a £50,000 sale 30 years later, we can be certain of much more.
Crucially, there would have been a client – perhaps an individual, perhaps a number of senior Aston Martin executives – who knew that the car they were offering for sale was a great deal more than the sum of its mechanical parts.
A price promotion advertisement, for example, will contribute nothing to the worth of the brand; indeed, it may actually devalue it.
Online advertising can be exceptionally effective at triggering immediate action; but research studies reveal it to be far less effective than traditional mass media at building and nourishing brands over time; though not, it’s important to emphasise, at the expense of immediate sales.
They wouldn’t have used the word brand because in those days only washing powders were brands but they would have known from their own besotted feelings for the car – and from lengthy conversations with its owners – that for a two-dimensional printed image to convey the heady appeal of this multi-dimensional car, something called artistry was an absolute necessity. There must have been a writer and an art director who, almost certainly elliptically, perhaps even poetically, conjured up the words and the pictures that conveyed the power, the beauty and the downright drama of what, prosaically, was just an extremely expensive motorcar.
The car in the advertisement that Len Heath saw and the car that, 30 years later, Len Heath bought would, physically, have been very different.