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    Sunday morning when youngsters are relaxing on the living room couch watching cartoons? It seemed as though they are relaxing, watching their favorite cartoon when there was a sudden commercial break. In front of their eyes appear a huge castle with fireworks everywhere with a message saying, “Let the memories begin”. Seeing this brief commercial for Disney World installed a desire they never had before, the craving to visit Disney World and take part in "the magic". Also, it has the appeal to escape, to wonder in a different world surrounded by Disney characters they seen in television and Disney movies. As this goes to show, starting at a young age what the consumer desires and believes they needs is strongly influenced by corporate advertising schemes. Also, its not simply Disney, numerous different organizations are specialists at getting the shopper 's consideration and attracting them into their items too. Next, appeal that promoter’s use is the need for guidance to attract costumer’s attention, so they could buy the product. Promotions are made for the improvement of offers of a given item. Most ads focus on a select gathering of individuals by picking a logo that speaks to that demographic. For instance, the appeal that I selected has the need for guidance, and is part of an anti-smoking campaign. The promotion, in strong lettering states, "TOBACCO IS WACKO" and has a cartoon kid coughing profusely. This is clearly a ploy impacting youngsters to move in the opposite…

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    The Influence of Advertising In today 's society there are multiple factors in our lives that play an influential role in the things we do, the way we talk, the way we look and the things we want. The biggest factor of influence is advertising. It is everywhere we go and everywhere we look. Most of us even carry advertisements with us all day, in our phones. In Charles A. O’Neill’s article “ The Language of Advertising” he claims that “ [Advertising] is about selling a product. But this…

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    PRICE ELASTICITY OF ADVERTISING: The concept of advertising elasticity of deandrefers to how advertising a product will affect the quantity sold, according to the book “ManagerialEconomics” by Arun Kumar and Rachna Sharma . The main proposition is that increase in consumer demand through advertising can cancel the decrease in demand through due to price increase. This is a measure of an advertising campaigns effectiveness in generating new sales. It is calculated by demanding the percentage…

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    advertiser will tell you that sex sells, but why? If you look at advertising this tactic has been used for decades, so this is nothing new. Advertisers have been using sex as the main focal point since the late 1800’s with the earliest advertisement for sex being published in 1871 by Pearl Tobacco (Kay, 2014). The ad displays a naked woman. It is interesting that in this ad the product they are trying to sell is not even in the picture. While on the other hand, when the topic of sex arises, it…

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    There aren’t many companies in the world more popular and famous as Google. The technology giant has been successful in taking control of the Internet and the brand is so famous it has even entered the vocabulary as a specific word for searching information online. But Google has been unique in its approach to advertising. Although the company makes most of its money through advertisements on its platform, the company itself can hardly be found on billboards and TV ads. What is this strategy…

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    Sexism In Advertising

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    Since the establishment of the practice, advertising has been praised and criticized alike. According to Arens, Schaefer, and Weigold (2015), “Advertising is the structured and composed nonpersonal communication of information, usually paid for and usually persuasive in nature, about products (goods, services, and ideas) by identified sponsors through various media” (p. 7). Critics of advertising say that advertising is pervasive, misleading, and that it subconsciously takes advantage of the…

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    Advertising is defined as a form of communication used to persuade an audience to take some action with respect (Wiki.com). It has a long history for more than 4,000 years since the Egyptians created outdoor advertising by carving public notices in steel in 2,000 BC (Schwartz, 2011). Today advertising is considered as one of the most important ways to make you business successful. There are many reasons for doing advertising. First and foremost, advertising can create product awareness.…

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    Podcast Advertising

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    Podcasts are steadily gaining popularity as the number of loyal listeners continues to increase. Advertising agencies, marketing companies and others with a promotional message to share are starting to take notice of the popularity and want to take part in the action. Creating advertisements specifically for podcast episodes provides a business with a chance to extend their reach within a new market segment of their industry. As the growing success of podcasts continue, every business owner…

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    Euphemism In Advertising

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    Language is constantly evolving. Words used at one time can drop out of the language nowa-days or be used in new ways. For instance, it is very rare to hear someone use the word, “abeo-dan”. It means to announce or proclaim, hence, to advertise. Sounds unfamiliar and strange, right? Not only has the word for advertising changed over decades, but advertising itself has changed. In the past advertising was as simple as just announcing the existence of a product to people by saying they need or…

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    Language and Advertising Advertisements have become an everyday implement in the lives of everyone around the world. Advertisements are around every corner. They’re on television, radio, social media, and billboards; the list never ends. What we don’t often think of is just how much advertisements impact and stimulate our emotions. Advertisements are a part of our lives in many ways that we didn’t even know. Many aspects of advertising are overlooked. Advertisements impact our thoughts…

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