Advertising budget refers to the dollars and other resources allocated to a product or a company advertising program.
A brand’s advertising budget often depends on its stage in the product live cycle. For example, new products typically need relatively large advertising budgets to build awareness and gain consumer trial. In contrast, mature brands usually require lower budgets as a ration to sales.
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