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  • Car Advertisement

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    Car Advertisement The aim of this piece of coursework is to work in groups to produce a car advertisement, which breaks traditional representation. I watched and deconstructed an advertisement for a SAAB car. I thought about stereotyping. I then produced a; · Storyline · Storyboard · Evaluation for my groups advertisement. The SAAB advertisement is trying to sell the car to me. It implies that the car is a more powerful form of transport as a jet engine. SAAB Make

  • Analyzing a Car Advertisement

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    Analyzing a Car Advertisement The advert is from the coloured supplement of the Sunday Times on 10th November 2002. I will analyse this car advert and write about its key concepts and the global market to which it belongs. A family car is the main image surrounded by colourful play balls, the ones you get in childrens play-pits. This represents a safe family car because it is embedded in play balls. It also represents the child in every responsible parent that wants to join their children

  • Advertisement For The Hyundai Car Finder

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    Introduction This report analyses a 60-second American online video advertisement for the Hyundai Car finder ' First Date ' advertisement in 2016. According to USA Today, this advertisement made a Super Bowl commercials in 2016. (Woodyard, USA TODAY 2016). The report contains a description of the advertisement, an evaluation of creativity, predictions about consumer responses and a recommendation for the agency. Creativity is assessed by examining two Divergence Measure dimensions in the Creativity

  • Analysis of an Audi Car Advertisement

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    Analysis of an Audi Car Advertisement Advertising is a media form which aims to seek huge influence over it's audience in order to sell the product that they are promoting. Advertising is a complicated and extremely difficult business where many different people have to work long and hard in order that the viewer wishes to purchase their product once he has seen it. Adverts are made in advertising agencies and one advert

  • Comparison and Contrast of Two Car Advertisements

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    Comparison and Contrast of Two Car Advertisements I am going to compare and contrast two TV car adverts. The first advert is Fiat Stilo-sound effects and the second advert is Honda Accord. I chose these adverts because the first time I saw them they looked interesting and had a lot of differences between them. The Fiat Stilo advert is 39 seconds long. It is aimed at 20-35 year old male and female. It is a small affordable car suitable for working class ordinary people. The advert is fast

  • Effectiveness of the Citroen C4 Robot and Ice Television Advertisements

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    attract a younger market. Though both of the advertisements are appealing to slightly different audiences, they both have a fun feel and look about them. The music used in the C4 ?Robot? advert plays as soon as the advert starts. It is very funky, modern, and up-to-date to attract and appeal to younger drivers looking to buy their fist, maybe second, car. The music also fits in well with the modern futuristic background of the advertisement and design of the car. Most young people want the latest technology

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    states that even though consumers have hard time remembering the message or the brand shortly after hearing or seeing an advertisement, there is a direct relationship between the amount of exposure to advertisements and level of consumer buying. Advertisements are constantly in consumers’ line of sight and range of hearing. The consumer’s mind confuses the sound of advertisement with background noise and tunes it out. Still, the suggestion behind the noise is”buy”, over and over. Garey says: “All

  • Factors of Successful Advertisement: Three Examples of Car Companies

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    Advertisements broadcasted on TV everyday, is there one of them effectively persuades the audience to put the product on their shopping list? What successful elements of advertisement make it memorable? The car’s advertisements of Ford Fiesta ” This is now ”and Kia Soul’s ”New way to roll” are good examples. However the commercial “Style Never Goes Out Of Style" for 2014 Toyota Corolla is not effective enough, it does not convey enough information and advantages of their product’s “This is now” broadcasted

  • A Comparison of Two Car Advertisements: Ford Focus and Renault Megane

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    Two Car Advertisements: Ford Focus and Renault Megane Advertising is a way of life and like it or not advertisements are going no where. What ever you do there will be some kind of advertising near by. For example, listening to the radio on the way to work is a way of advertising as advertisers use the radio as a common way to advertise. Some people take notice of these advertisements where as others believe they should be scrapped. In this essay I am going to compare to recent car adverts

  • Exploring How Meaning is Conveyed in the Renault Clio Car Advertisement

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    Exploring How Meaning is Conveyed in the Renault Clio Car Advertisement Many company's use advertisements to try to persuade the viewer or reader to purchase the product being advertised. A lot of television adverts are very short, some even under thirty seconds, as well crafted texts tend to be very expensive, however this Renault Clio advert is fifty-nine seconds long, as it is more like a narrative. In the Renault Clio advert, the producers have used some original ideas, but have also