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    Political success depends upon getting the message out to the public, and one of the most effective ways to do that is through campaign advertising. Today’s society is extremely media savvy. We have access to television and radio channels, newspapers and magazines, plus internet websites that share our political ideologies. Campaign advertisements target specific audiences to communicate and persuade, and can be effective at influencing voters. An effective campaign ad will capture the voter’s attention and persuade them to vote for that political candidate. For a campaign ad to be effective, it needs to be memorable, using emotion, persuasion and factual claims. Effective campaign advertising reaches potential voters and informs…

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    It was a pleasure working for Trader Joe’s and developing their advertisement campaign. In the beginning the team learned about Trader Joe’s and the products and services that they provide. Trader Joe’s was facing a large task by entering a small rural area with a very limited market. The three main targeted groups in the market were college students, local community members, and the local restaurants. The team decided that social media, billboards, and newspaper advertisements will be the best…

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    INTRODUCTION In the context of contemporary consumer society, advertising is an indispensable way of product promotion. People can easily find advertising campaigns of different brands anywhere, like the billboards, bus stations, even in restrooms. Advertising campaigns have already become a kind of mass media which transmit all the information frequently. The modern advertising industry aims to use creative ideas and sophisticated graphics to convey the message to a specific target market.…

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    #CommitToSomething is a campaign from Equinox, a very successful luxury fitness company. Addressing current cultural issues and expressing that commitment is powerful enough to define who you are in the most intimate and deepest sense was Equinox's intentions on their 2017 ad campaign. Considering the is full of bold photos from a publicly breastfeeding mother to the cultivation of cannabis, the campaign has gained backlash, subsequently branding their campaign as controversial. One of the…

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    Speech | Maxibon advertising campaign 2|Good morning fellow members of the AMSA. Today this meeting has been established for the purpose of assessing the suitability of the “Maxibon” advertising campaign. With the advertising campaigns accumulation of a series of complaints the attention of the board has been accentuated. The removal of this campaign is vital for the progression of our open-minded society, in which stereotypical views of masculinity should not be upheld for current and future…

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    Digital Media Advertisement Boasts Three Digit Boost to Arby’s Brand Awareness Current lifestyles are so immersed in technology that traditional methods of digital advertising are obsolete and few advertisers are willing to move past them (de Vies, 2013). Research done to gauge the effectiveness of traditional methods shows that banner advertisements and screen takeovers may still be effective to build brand awareness in customers. However, adjustments have to made in order to sway their…

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    Advertising has become a very large part of American society. There are many different forms such as television and radio advertising through commercials or written advertising through magazines or billboards. According to Nielson, 116.4 million American households have at least one television within the home (“Number of TV”, 2015). An average child watches 1,680 minutes of television in one week (“The Total Audience”, 2015). There is so much controversy on the subject of restricting and…

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    I have a very positive outlook on this company’s performance. They show that they can continuously overcome obstacles that come in their way such as a decrease in sales, they override this with a huge advertisement campaign. They also don’t wait for a change in sales to happen, they always make sure there is a trend or a change in the market of producers for their consumers purchase. The amount of products and their reach on customers is what makes them so unique and big. Everyone knows…

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    Advertising & promotions I would like to begin with a quick history of the company that i have choose. The company that i have choose is AT&T reason being they do a lot of advertising and promotions, and it is a very successful company. A brief history about AT&T “the company that became AT&T began in year 1875. There was an inventor by the name Alexander Graham and 2 other men to helped fund his brilliant idea alexander 's idea was to make a talking telegraph” otherwise known as a telephone…

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    The prohibition on tobacco advertisements by the Indian Government most likely raises numerous worries and moral contentions. There are those that firmly boycott tobacco products, and there are those that emphatically restrict it. They each have contrasting perspectives and counter contentions to contentions exhibited. I plan to outline every perspective in support of and against the boycott, talk about the irreconcilable circumstance as it relates to the legislature of India, and in addition…

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