We may look at Ads as an informative tool with critical judgement. The ads give misleading impression on people basically through the words used or through the verbal message conveyed by an established public person addressing the audience to provoke the feelings for getting the result as claimed by the Ad quickly . Latter method is to (mis)use the stardom value of the person on the screen. For example Amitabh Bachchan speaking good of some cold drink. Its good that he stopped it subsequently may be because he understood responsibility of his stardom. Good of him. But this speaks of misleading effect an ad can create on the minds of people who are easily carried away by the appeal of their favorite star. It will be a good idea if some wise and responsibly feeling stars come forward for the cause of consumers! And also the consumers get educated against the HITECH visual and psychological methods used by the Ads. Misleading Advertisements
There are many advertisements that always overstate the products’ effectiveness in our daily life. One of the most notable example is weight-reducing advertisement. In addition, the height-adding and health-improving advertisements are also good examples of misleading advertisements.
People can see many different kinds of weight-reducing advertisements on cable television programs, and these advertisements are always broadcast all day. They will have many consumers tell audience their personal experiences, and their amazement at the strong effectiveness of this weight-reducing product. Furthermore, the average weight the consumers lose may be almost five to eight kilograms a month. These users will also tell audience that this weight-reducing product makes their face glowing with health because this product makes their chronic excrement smoothly and completely out of their bodies. However, the best way to reduce weight is to do more exercise and eat less food of high calorie, so I don’t think using weight-reducing products...
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