Advertisers

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  • Children: An Advertisers Playground

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    programs and commercials especially if this understanding is measured by non-verbal rather than verbal measurement. Advertisers create ways to invade the minds of people everyday. Products and services surround our everyday lives and most influence children. Mottos, catchy phrases, and animated figures are just a few of the ways advertisers target the younger generation. Advertisers are influencing their wants and needs, as well as what’s in style and what is not. The industry gets exactly what they

  • Exploring Methods of Advertisers

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    Exploring Methods of Advertisers Techniques An advertiser needs to be very aware of the type of person that they are aiming to sell their product to. They also need to consider what is likely to motivate that person to buy their product. This is so that they can create the right image for their product and can persuade people to buy it. Advertisers have to create a strong image for their product; this means that they will link it in a customer's mind with the type

  • Advertisers Sell Images Not Products

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    Magazine, 16th May 2000, which proves that one out of four people in Australia buy a product because of the image shown in the advertisment. The images are eye catching and mention something important about the product. Ultimately it is true that, “Advertisers sell images, not products.” The environment plays a very important role in advertising. In an advertisment I found in a magazine I will describe to you the reason the environment is one of the most important roles in advertisements. The advertisement

  • Advertisers' Techniques of Aiming Products at Certain Audiences

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    Advertisers' Techniques of Aiming Products at Certain Audiences The audiences mainly targeted are: Little children ,Teenagers, Ambitious men, Adult women, Couples, Prosperous older women.Advertisements are used to increase the sale of a product and so choosing the right time to show a commercial is vital. A company won't

  • Advertisers Attempt to Persuade the Targeted Audience to Buy the Product

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    Promoting a product in a way that appeals to the targeted audience is an aspect that dominates the formation of adverts. To achieve this objective, advertisers use images and words in a creative and convincing manner. This is because the overall effect of advertising is persuading the targeted audience to consume the product. Visual appeal is an aspect common in the two visual texts. For example, using ladies with good looks to appeal to the audience’s emotion is common in them. The two visual texts

  • Advertisers Strategies to Target Gay Audiences in Attitude and Gay Times

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    (specifically gay) and may well appear in poster form as well. This influences my interpretation as the advertisers aim to reach a wide audience, not only those who are reading the magazine. The advert is indexical in representation. The important signifiers in the text are the colours of the Duvet, they are the colours of ‘gay pride’, this is not usually known by people outside of the genre. Therefore the advertiser has placed in the corner the text "100% Gay", so that there can be no doubt as to

  • Comparison of the Techniques Advertisers Use to Attract and Persuade Their Target Audiences

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    Comparison of the Techniques Advertisers Use to Attract and Persuade Their Target Audiences The two adverts that have been selected are concerning mobile networks. Article A is 'Orange' and article B is 'Vodafone'. These adverts have been chosen to analyse from the same tabloid paper - The Sun. The Orange mobile service presents a monthly allowance with '200 inclusive minutes of calls to any network' and '500 texts a month free'. This contract also offers a free

  • The Techniques of the Advertisers Used to Promote Birds Eye Potato Waffles

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    The Techniques of the Advertisers Used to Promote Birds Eye Potato Waffles Within this assignment I will analyse the different techniques, which Birds Eye have used to promote their product, Potato Waffles. In order to do this I will explore the techniques, which the advertisers have used in order to achieve this. It is important to place this discussion into context. The organisation, which will be examined, is Birds Eye. Birds Eye are a famous frozen-food manufacturer

  • To Find Success, the Advertiser Must Analyze the Targeted Audience

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    What makes a magazine advertisement more than just a bottomless blank page, for which the reader will quickly skim over and forget? Finding the solution to this problem, requires diligent thinking. All aspects, angels, and ideas, come into play. When choosing a product by the form of advertisement, the viewer chooses the best ad that appeals to his/her needs/wants. This requires the advertisement producer to analysis the target audience. In Motor Trend ‘Merica, there are two advertisements for

  • How Advertisers Perpetuate Stereotypical Roles and Images in Order to Target Specific Audiences

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    How Advertisers Perpetuate Stereotypical Roles and Images in Order to Target Specific Audiences Advertising is a multi million pound industry that targets people of all ages and gender, in order to sell and promote products. By targeting these different people the images and messages vary considerably both in the visual and verbal sense, so stereotyping occurs to reach a wider audience. Adverts directed at teenagers persuade them that by purchasing a particular product they

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