Early Marketing Innovation, 1900s
The mass production of cigarettes beginning in the early 1900s meant that tobacco companies risked oversaturating their market. Companies turned to advertising and promotion, led by W. Duke, Sons, and Company’s development of tobacco premiums and other collectible incentives. Tobacco companies used innovative marketing like billboards, product placements, and sponsorships to directly target potential smokers, especially youth.
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