- Campaigns are big ideas constrained to a specific time period.
- A program is the intersection of a defined objective for a defined audience with no definitive end date.
- Campaigns use a pre-determined timeframe, either running creative long past its effectiveness or stopping too early.
- Programs plan for creative changes when needed and are responsive to market engagement.
- Lessons learned from the last campaign are often thrown away because they are not applicable to the next one.
- Programs allow you to build up knowledge over time based on what messaging works best and what media channels deliver most efficiently.
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