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Sales Drive Advertising Expenditures: Evidence For Consumer Packaged And Durable Goods In Germany

Juliane A. Lischka, S. Kienzler, U. Mellmann
Published 2014 · Business

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The relation between sales and advertising is both complex and diverse. Whether advertising activities drive orfollow sales is still unclear. We uncover this relation distinguishing between consumer packaged goods (CPG)and durable consumer goods (DCG) industries. We fit vector autoregressive models to sales and advertisingexpenditures of four CPG and three DCG industries in Germany from 1991 q1 to 2009 q4. Findings reveal thatadvertising expenditures do not increase total sales of industries according to the distribution hypothesis.According to the deterministic view, advertising budgeting is often influenced by previous sales and partly byfuture sales expectations. We conclude that past sales and partly sales expectations may change company andmarketing goals that eventually affect the use of strategic communication instruments such as advertising.
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