Reply—Reflections on Advertising Pulsing Policies for Generating Awareness for New Products
AbstractWe are indebted to John Little (Little, J. D. C. 1986. Comments. 107–108.) and Hugh Zielske (Zielske, H. A. 1986. Comments. 109.) for their valuable comments on our paper. Some of the comments merit further clarification and our response to these comments is provided below.
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