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Television Advertisement Analysis

Baby Laugh A-Lot 1. The commercial is selling a doll called Baby Laugh A-Lot by Remco. The doll is battery-powered, and laughs constantly, theoretically causing the owner of the doll to laugh as well, causing enjoyment. The commercial first introduces the doll, then shows several girls turning their heads at...

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Advertising Analysis: Aria

A man in a grey suit is the primary object in an advertisement for Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is holding the lowest part of the lapels of his jacket as he would if he was looking at his outfit in the mirror with confident, deserved,...

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Advertising in Modern Society

To better understand advertising, one must first define advertising. Advertising is best defined by Belch and Belch (2011) as the “structured and composed nonpersonal communication of information… about products… by identified sponsors through various media” (p.5) Typically advertising is promotional presented to represent a company’s products, goods, services or ideas...

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Psychology of Advertisements

The popular fast food restaurant Wendy’s has undergone a transition over the last few years. Specifically, Wendy’s has gone from the hokey place where people bought square hamburgers from Dave Thomas and his red-headed daughter to the place where people can buy a host of foods, some of them fresh...

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IPhone 6 Plus Advertising & Promotion

The advertising campaign that will be analyzed in detail by this paper is the IPhone 6 Plus photography campaign currently being conducted by Apple Incorporated. Recently, Apple Incorporated released a more modern and versatile version of its IPhone 6 design known as the IPhone 6s. Despite having an almost similar...

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Location Based Advertising

As advertising is essential to the profitability and sustainability of any business, location-based advertising (LBA) allows companies to target a niche demographic quickly and effectively. Although the immediacy of location-based advertising can be beneficial to companies, it can also pose a few problems as well. Through the use of mobile...

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Media Advertising

The use of social media has been adopted in advertising different commodities owing to high coverage that the social media offers. There are different sites within the social media platform that can be assumed depending on the targeted group of customers. Mobile phone handset is one of the commodities that...

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How to Analyze a Commercial

Advertising is a complex tool, which when used correctly can carry a strong message. One advertisement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) features an ex-smoker who is giving life advice. In the advertisement in question, a female ex-smoker is showing how to get ready in the morning....

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Advertisement Rhetorical Analysis Paragraph

The Zain campaign in partnership with the Kuwait police to end texting and driving includes an ad that is an excellent example of the use of rhetorical devices to persuade. The image is from the perspective of someone inside of a car after an accident. It shows a left hand...

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American vs. Chinese ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Poster

Movie posters make up a huge part of movie promotions. It gives the audience a foretaste of what the movie will actually be like and the positioning that the movie director/creator is promoting. Movie posters are full of signs and design theories to attract the audience’s attention, for example, hierarchy,...

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Advertising Analysis – Phillips Soups

The advertisement analysis was performed on the Phillips Delicious Southern Soups presented in the May 29, 1937 issue of Life magazine. In this particular issue, the advertisement was at the beginning, which is often a key attribute of advertisements around the timeframe - and in general. The advertisement portrays an...

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Dick’s Sporting Gear (NIKE)

The commercial in consideration is called “Gold in US.” It is from Dick’s Sporting Goods and features athletes from the United States preparing for the 2016 Olympic Games. It features various athletes in training to elicit an element of determination and sacrifice that is necessary for an athlete to earn...

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Regulating Advertising Toward Children

The issue of advertising to children is a controversial subject as children are vulnerable and susceptible to the images that are on television and that are being advertised to them. Advertising already has a bad rap for being manipulative, coercive and generally perceived as untruthful when it comes to trying...

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Advertising Strategy in The Knitter

The Knitter is a craft magazine published in the UK, although widely available in the USA. It is produced by a company called Immediate Media, who produce a wide range of media within the UK, but specialise in magazines with a variety of readerships and across a variety of subjects....

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Food Advertising Analysis: Maille Mustard

In the competitive business environment, advertising is essential for the organization in outperforming others. The usefulness is witnessed in the creation of the awareness among the consumers, which in turn increases sales in different states. In fact, the food industry is not exceptional, and many firms focus on advertising using...

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Facebook and Zynga

1.) In adopting a strategy that offered free corporate profile pages for businesses to inform the public about their products as well as invite them to comment with responses, Facebook could grow their advertising revenue by about 90%. With its huge customer base, which surpassed 800 million in 2011, the...

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Mediums of Communication: Versace Beer

Versace Beer is new on the market, and like most craft beer companies, they are counting on millennials’ insatiable thirst for novelty to jumpstart their profits. To ensure the company reaches their target market, it would be wise to consider using several different mediums for maximum visibility. However, as technology...

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Forsman & Bodenfors Advertising Agency

I chose Forsman & Bodenfors F&B for my advertising agency analysis because of the long list of diverse clients that they have served throughout the years. Staffan Lamm is their Art Director and Partner at the Stockholm office, they currently have 38 clients, and 147 employees (although some outlets report...

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Ethos, Pathos, and Logos in Advertising

Effective integration of ethos, pathos, and logos function together to sway the opinion of the audience. In sports advertising, ethos relies on well-established and famous athletes to lure potential customers to purchase certain products. For instance, Cristiano Ronaldo, a starring Real Madrid, and Portugal soccer player is used to advertise...

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Obscenity / Advertising test

1. Miller test is the United States Supreme Court`s test designed for deciding whether the material will be labeled obscene or it will be protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution. Miller test was designed in 1973. It originates from the Miller vs. California case. This case is considered...

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