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    For example, the author of this commercial obviously thinks that Charmin is the number one brand for toilet paper. That is all an opinion though because everybody has different tastes. Since the author believes that Charmin is the best toilet paper around, it must also mean that the author believes that it is the softest and longest lasting toilet paper. Another appeal that is used is pathos. The bears set off an emotional aspect that gets the audience to watch the commercial. They are so lovable, unlike most real bears, and they are cute. The commercial makes some people have sympathy for the bears and they continue to watch until the end. The environment that the bears are in is bright with the sun shining in the blue sky. It gives off a happy tone. It also gets the families to watch the commercial. The bears are good for all members of the family and they are great attention…

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    In her article “The Mechanics of Modern-Day Brand Affinity” author Christine Birkner observes Ford’s marketing strategy of attempting to appeal to children before they are even able to legally drive. She says Ford is trying to build up its brand image among children so that when the time comes for them to choose a vehicle to purchase, Ford is already the front runner. Birkner says that Ford’s focus (no pun intended) is on Generation Z. She quotes Forrester Research Inc.’s definition of…

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    SEO Content Requirement –www.caremovals.co.nz Article– 1  Car Disposal  Unwanted Vehicles  Cash for Unwanted Cars  Cash for Junk Cars Auckland Words count – 400 Across the globe there are many people who have a junk car lying in their backyard in barely working condition and are of no use them, moreover, most people do not know what to do with the car. Well, there are many reasons because of which people want to sell their cars in junk. The reason can be they need some cash to make an…

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    also is in charge of a garage, you know how important the safety of those who park there is. That is why a reliable system of commercial garage lighting is vital. Not only do you have liability issues in case of injury or damage in the garage with which to concern yourself, but there is also the human element of just not wanting violence to come upon other people or their property. It is likely that you, too, will park your car in the garage, so your commercial high pressure sodium garage…

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    But as time went on, people realized that they could not use that single model to do all that they need to do. So ford created more models to affiliate to others needs. They expanded so that now they have cars, cross overs, vans, trucks and more. They now have models to affiliate with almost anyone that needs a vehicle. So that is how the affiliation appeal has broadened instead of changed. To sell the most, they also have to have an appealing add or commercial. So again, dominance…

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    Tata Motors Case Study

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    1.) The challenges that Tata Motors faced during moving from producing commercial vehicles line to producing passenger cars: First of all Tata Motors was into the business of integrated commercial vehicles, but as after post-independence govt. of India reserved the production of Locomotives exclusively for state owned enterprises. Than Tata motors decided to diversify itself in heavy commercial vehicles in 1954. Market competition which is a part of industry environment that directly plays a…

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    Head On Collisions

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    Head on Collisions: Head on collisions are the worst kind of accidents because both drivers are affected greatly because of the force sustained from two vehicles hitting each other from opposite directions. (Head-On-Collisions-The Most Dangerous Type Of Accident, 2016) Even though only about two percent of accidents are head on these accidents account for over ten percent of fatalities due to accidents. (Head-On-Collisions-The Most Dangerous Type Of Accident, 2016) Injuries from these…

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    Developers of driverless cars tend to be public companies such as Google and Tesla. Consider such possibilities that these autonomous vehicle companies be bought or influenced by such commercial giants that they get paid to blacklist certain locations of competitors. Even worse still is the idea that they could force larger payments for transportation to certain public places. Radically authoritarian governments could also manipulate their destinations as a means of control, like as if they were…

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    The Article "Did My Car Join Al Qaeda?" is a persuasive argument written by former New York Times reporter, Woody Hechswender. It seems that a series of TV commercials had been issued out that some how SUV vehicles are linked to Mideastern terrorism; Mr. Hechswender is in fact a owner of an SUV. Throughout Hechswender's article we can see many ethos, pathos, and logos examples arguing the fact whether or not terrorism and SUVs are linked together. Hechswender shows the use of ethos appeal by…

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    As car owners, we’ve all had that sense of dread about the security of our own vehicle. For most of us, our car means everything. So how can we make sure the “everything” in our life is safe and secure? In this case, a transponder key is your best bet at protecting your car. A transponder key has a chip inside that is programmed specifically to your car. This allows your car and key to communicate through radio transmission, in most cases. The key sends a signal to an immobilizer that is…

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