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  • Recent Tampon Ad
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    " Why do you always complain about your cramps and your uncomfortability. Look at these people; they " re having a good time while on there period". That's what I told my girlfriend when looking at a recent tampon ad. It's funny though, that this particular ad we were looking at, was talking about how they (the tampons) don't hurt, how they helped conquer fear and also the race of people that it used. When I first look at this ad I see two girls and a guy playing Frisbee. It seems like a fun atm...
  • Sarah Michaels As A Gift
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    Every day people flip through magazines. Some read every page to enhance their knowledge of the surrounding world, while others are just going through looking at the ads. Many do not think twice about what is being said or expressed through the words and pictures. If people did, however, they would see the truth. We tend to base our product purchases on one simple idea: company advertisements and how they persuade us into buying their products. All product advertisements are formatted around the...
  • Strip Poker In Their Bongo Jeans
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    BONGO... Always American Made - Analysis of Bongo Jeans Ad Jim Burnett This ad for Bongo jeans is from the April issue of Seventeen magazine. The ad gives no written description of the product. Only symbols and hidden messages are used to draw in the reader and stir up interest in the product. There is an attractive young couple engaged in what appears to be a strip-poker game. The man is obviously losing. He is apparently nude behind a card table, wearing only his shoes, with his jeans draped o...
  • Ad For A Sex Video
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    Effective WritingMuthyalaWhat Ads Say / What We Remember "After all, advertisements are purely functional things, and therefore the criterion is their success as advertisements and not as works of art". - H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh Well, yes. Although recognizable works of art are commonly used in advertisements, the ads themselves will most likely never end up in the louver. With both of those mediums, though, you will notice that an individual's retention level will be remarkably similar. Mo...
  • Major Portion Of The Money For Candidates
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    Politicking Goes High-Tech Steven V. Roberts This reading dealt with the fact that the major decision makers for people when voting (especially for Senators) are the television spots. The article discussed how today's campaigns are now candidate-centered rather than political party-centered and how they require large sums of money in order to pay for all the advertising, and a team of professional workers rather than a team of volunteers is a necessity. Much of the money goes to commercial adver...
  • Ss Body Wash
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    ! SSIs Your Body Clear? !" We, as Americans, are immersed in a society of products for sale. With so many items available how do manufacturers entice us to purchase their product over another one? They do this through advertising, or a way of promoting and marketing merchandise. Advertising is a very large industry, and many people spend their entire lives developing advertisements that the average consumer will see, and hopefully will believe. An advertisement is an example of a rhetorical situ...
  • Creative Brief Radio For Bally Total Fitness
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    Creative Brief- Radio For Bally Total Fitness our intended advertising strategy is to appeal to young men and women aged 18-25. We would like to reach them through various channels by appealing to their emotions. We feel that by evoking such emotion will encourage each potential customer to take action. With our radio commercial, we want to reach out to those who believe that working out is like a chore. Also we want to let them know about the support system that Bally has to offer. Most people ...
  • Humorous Ad
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    Companies extend to great lengths to push their products. Advertising is a multi-billion dollar a year industry. Most companies are willing to put up millions of dollars in advertising to wager that their cleverness will sell their product. Nike has taken an unusual approach to this in the attached ad. This Nike ad does not take advantage of celebrities that Nike pays millions of dollars per year to endorse. Nor does it make a claim that this particular product will increase strength or performa...
  • Brain Tissue Of People With Ad
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    What is Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Disease Fact Sheet Introduction Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia in older people. A dementia is a medical condition that disrupts the way the brain works. AD affects the parts of the brain that control thought, memory, and language. Every day, scientists learn more about AD, but right now the cause of the disease still is unknown, and there is no cure. An estimated 4 million people in the United States suffer from AD. The disea...
  • Rider As The Honda Cbr Ad
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    "Which bike is best for me" That is the question most motorcycle buyers would ask themselves. I have chosen three separate sportbike advertisements and analyzed their differences. Most motorcycle advertisements show and tell why the product should be bought. The advertisers portray the sportbike in a unique style and the ads explain why their sportbike is superlative, and they use different techniques to illustrate their position. The ads are persuasive by the effective use of imagery, lighting,...
  • Digen Verma Ad Campaign The Ad Campaign
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    The Ad Campaign for the Re-launch of "Frooti"- The Digen Verma Ad campaign The Ad Campaign... Last year for the Re-launch of FROOTI, Parle Agro Ltd and its advertising agency Everest Integrated Communications created a brand ambassador named Digen Verma. There were hoards of hoardings in the city talking about this mysterious guy called Digen Verma. It said that he dances better than Hritik and is Sushmita's latest crush. Digen Verma became the talk of the town and also the joke of the town. Any...
  • Candidates Run A Ad
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    PERSUASION All ads, no matter what they are advertising, someone or some organization is trying to persuade you and a bunch of other people in this society. Ads can vary from television, radio, newspapers to magazines and the very famous ads that are in person, called campaign parties. Ads can be in any shape or size, the point of them is to pass a message to the people that will hopefully persuade the people to vote, buy, change there habits on a certain issue. We may not think of what is going...
  • The Car Company Ads
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    This weeks Newsweek has a whole bunch of advertisements. I think that most of them are targeted for middle-class businessmen because nearly a forth of them are computer companies. Apple has an eight page section all to itself. Also there is a lot of telecommunications advertisements and some car ads. Microsoft also has a large four page section all to itself. Nearly all of the ads are trying to sell very expensive things, from cars to computers to cruises. Dodge has two different advertisements ...

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