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    Advertising Techniques Advertising can be described as a technique used to persuade people in the public, to respond in a certain manner to the product they wish to sell. In the world around us every day, we are subject to advertising whether we want to see it or not. Everywhere we look, from the T.V. to the radio, magazines, newspapers and the Internet, there is always a company trying to convince us that we need their product to make us popular, prettier, richer or healthier than what

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    The Techniques of Advertising Advertisings are created to make us buy things. All the companies want to sell their products, because they want to make profit. When a company knows that a product that it manufactures is not very good they do not share that with their customers. On the contrary, they make a very impressive advertising for the product, because all they want is to sell it. Everyone knows that advertising a product is not really done because the product is just wonderful and everyone

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    Advertising Techniques Advertising is important to companies. It is used to exploit all aspects of their product in a positive way. My two chosen adverts are advertising well-known products, "Halls Soothers" and "Synergie purifying wipes". They both come from the same magazine, Sugar, targeting 12-25 year olds. Both adverts share some similarities but are relatively different. My first advert is one for Halls Soothers that targets the 16+ age group. This advert shows a woman at a karaoke

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    Advertising is a very big thing in the lives of everyone on the planet. Without knowing it we all look at and see hundreds even thousands of advertisements every day. Advertising in the end comes down to trying to make your product seem better than everyone else’s, some may call it survival of the fittest as there is strong competition for billboards, TV times and radio slots. Our lives almost revolve around them, seeing celebrities we look up to with the newest phone, hair product or perfume. I

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    Advertising Paper Advertising is an effective and important tool for companies to bring awareness to their product. According to the Advertising Education Foundation, on average, a normal person is flooded with over 3,000 advertising messages a day (Boykin, n.d.). Advertising can be defined in multiple ways, one being that its main purpose is to solve problems without entertaining or potentially inspiring its audience. In some instances this definition may be appropriate; however, overall, I respectively

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    of critic for them in order to prefer just one instead of a dozen he sees daily. Unfortunately, almost every 15 mins there is an advertisement suggesting that kids should have those products by making them “needs” instead of “wants.” Propaganda techniques specifically used for children are blinding their critical thinking by showing that it is more important if it looks cool rather than if it is useful. One commonly-used propaganda

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    Techniques Used in Print Advertising

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    There are a plethora of features and techniques used in print advertising which are often invisible to the naked eye, and primed at targeting the audience’s subconscious mind. Audiences consume advertising wherever they look or go, whether it be on a train, reading a newspaper, or even using the public bathrooms. Conventions are constructed, and past knowledge is exploited, by what can be acknowledged as a ‘language of advertising’. Print-based advertising is a genre that has been around for a significant

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    evaluate the techniques used in the presented two advertisements for Camel cigarettes and how they positioned their target audience to respond. The images presented are just two of many, created between 1940 and 1949 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in the “More Doctors Smoke Camels” campaign advertising Camels cigarettes. Both images are very much the same in many ways and I chose to present both as they each are very good examples of how diction, body language and image techniques are used to convince

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    media includes the internet. Advertising is one example of information that is being spread to the mass audience through media. According to the dictionary, advertising is the paid, one-way marketing of giving information to the mass audience through channels of mass communications to promote goods, services, or ideas. Advertising comes in many form. There are infomercial, TV commercials, radio advertising, online advertising, celebrity branding, etc. Advertising has existed even during the old

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    Optimal advertising techniques to induce consumer behaviour From papyrus advertising in ancient Egypt to commercial images in Pompeii, Advertising has been around for many year and usually tends to evolve with society. Advertising is basically a type of communication and is a cornerstone in our daily lives. It attempts to persuade potential customers to purchase or consume a product or service. We see advertising practically everywhere, television, newspaper, buses. Nowadays, even people are walking

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