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    In the ad there is a small child who see’s the disgruntled mean Joe walking into the locker room and decides to offer him a bottle of Coca-Cola. This is an excellent use of pathos. The people watching this ad are more than likely going to feel bad for mean joe limping into the locker room despite his reputation as one of the biggest and meanest players in the NFL. Then to see this child…

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    1. The energy drink industry, largely dominated by Red Bull, is relatively new. One of the industry’s strengths is that it targets a select group of people so companies can focus their advertisements towards these people. Coca-Cola, for example, is a drink that is consumed by a wide variety of people, so their advertisements are very broad and focused on the product. Whereas, energy drink advertisements can focus on people and events centered around an active lifestyle. Another strength of…

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    The second direct competitor to Chanel is L'Oréal, the world's largest manufacturer of high-quality cosmetics, perfumes, and hair and skin care products. Although L'Oreal the company doesn't manufacture a perfume it owns the brand Lancôme that produces Tresor a perfume that rivals Chanel. In the chart below, it lists the US female fragrances brand share by value from the 2002 Tablebase data. The chart shows how the Lancôme perfume Tresor, Estee Lauder and Chanel are in relation to each other.…

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    1.0 Background of Cocolin Industries Sdn Bhd Cocolin Industries Sdn Bhd is a coconut-based manufacturer was legally established as a corporation in 1997 under the Companies Act 1965. Main objective for this company is to participate in the government and to make a serious and sincere effort to grow food industry as a specific example in Sarawak. Cocolin has the goal and commitment to produce safe and good quality food for consumers. The Cocolin’s factory is located at a rural area nearby to…

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    In the articles “Three Cheers for the Nanny State,” “Ban the Ban!,” and “Soda’s a Problem but…”, all three authors present their arguments with facts, opinions, and counterclaims. However, one article presents itself better than the rest. I believe that the article “Soda’s a Problem, but...” was the most convincing article. Sarah Conly- the author who wrote “Three Cheers for the Nanny State”- argues that the soda restriction is a good idea because people would be stopped from making foolish…

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    Coca-Cola has produced thousands of advertisements since the company’s creation with the goal of appealing to a broad range of consumers. Stylistically, Coca-Cola advertisements have changed over time, but their goal remains the same. This paper will use two Coca-Cola advertisements, one released in the United States in 1886 and the other in The Netherlands in May 2015, to discuss the delicate balance between using generalized advertisements compared to a more personalized style. Both of the…

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    of a hype between millions of people when the Rock and Roller Cola War began. It was one of the most thrilling and long-lasting events in the eighties and nineties where Coca-Cola and Pepsi fought against each other to be the better company. This event all over the world brought in many celebrities and money. During this time, there was a colossal profit, many famous people participated, and they put a huge mark on history. Coca-Cola was created by pharmacist J.S. Pemberton about one hundred…

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    One of the biggest brands of the 21st century, Coca Cola is regarded as the most famous carbonated drink ever invented. The beverage was initially promoted as patent medicine but later gained popularity for its cola taste. The popular soft drink brand is known for it’s heritage contained in the logo, and its aspirational, fun-loving attitude portrayed through advertising. Coca-Cola began in 1886 Atlanta, where Dr John S. Pemberton’s curiosity led him to creating a caramel coloured liquid, which…

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    prodigious clientele when they use popularity to their advantage in their advertising campaigns. This effect is known as the “bandwagon” and is the most-used advertisement ploy in print ads. The use of this marketing approach is everywhere in this Coca-Cola advertisement; however, specific techniques are highlighted in this publication.…

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    As the main competitor for Coca Cola, these changes may have been necessary to remain relevant. Although the company is primarily known for its softdrinks, according to the company’s Mission statement, its goal is to “provide consumers around the world with delicious, affordable, convenient…

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