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Efficient Planning and Selection of Media Advertising Using Linier Programming and Machine Learning Methods

Dagdandorj Amgalanbaatar, PhD Student, Department of Marketing and International Trade, National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, amgalanbaatar@mmcg.mn,

Namsrai Batnasan, D.Sc. in Economics, Professor, Department of Marketing and International Trade, National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, batnasan@num.edu.mn
В рубрике:
Год: 2022 Том: 11 Номер журнала: 1
Страницы: 144-157
Тип статьи: Научная статья
УДК: 070:659.1(517.3)
DOI: 10.17150/2308-6203.2022.11(1).144-157
Due to rapid development of information technology and drastic innovations in technology that change customers' media use behavior, it is necessary to analyze the data and make systematic predictions in media planning and selection. Our research used linear programming method to plan and select media and put forward the most effective way to deliver advertising to the most targeted users at the lowest cost. In this study we used data from 2,451 households in 9 districts of Ulaanbaatar, 17 local aimags*, and 26 soums* in the 2020 National Syndicate Survey to determine the lifestyle of Mongolians, as well as data from more than 300 media outlets of 9 types, including such as television, internet, and social media. The study examined the factors that influence amount of time spent on television, website, social media, and FM radio using multinomial logit and multinomial probit models. However, the fact that consumers spend a lot of time on a media outlet does not mean that their purchasing decision will be affected. Therefore, we used the feature selection method based on 16 indicators to determine which media channel ad the customer viewed and made a purchase. We analyzed media users based on 54 data mining and classification indicators, including age, gender, and location. As a result of the study we developed a framework, highlighted the national media use behavior, and proposed a media planning methodology for businesses. The principal author of the article Mr. Amgalanbaatar Dagdandorj is a doctoral student at the Department of Marketing and International Trade of the Business School, National University of Mongolia. He is a CEO of the research and consultation company Mongolian Marketing Consulting group. He developed a research methodology for the National media use syndicate survey and received the copyright certificate. The current research analyzed the survey data implemented during the last eight consecutive years in Mongolia within the dissertation framework of Efficient planning and selection of media advertising using linear programming and machine learning methods as a requirement for a degree of Doctor in Business Administration. As for this work, D. Amgalanbaatar, as the principal author of the article, worked on the research data analysis, developed a methodology and modeling as well as media planning model and recommendations for its application. The last author of this article, Dr. Batnasan Namsrai, works as a Professor at the Marketing and International Trade Department of the Business School, National University of Mongolia. He is the academic advisor of the doctoral student and worked as a consultant in developing the methodology and design of the National media use syndicate survey. As the last author of the current article, he formulated a general methodology and developed the logic and format of a scientific article. The findings and the planning model developed on its basis can be the primary source for effective planning of the country's marketing and advertising activities of Mongolian business, government and media organizations.
Ключевые слова: prospective consumers, consumer segmentation, behavior, media planning, and selection
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