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    Definition Advertising is a form of communication used to persuade an audience (viewers‚ readers or listeners) to take some action with respect to products‚ ideas‚ or services. Most commonly‚ the desired result is to drive consumer behavior with respect to a commercial offering‚ although political and ideological advertising is also common. Advertising messages are usually paid for bysponsors and viewed via various traditional media; including mass media such as newspaper‚ magazines‚ television

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    audiences and technological advances. I believe these are the biggest problems facing advertising today and for the decade ahead. First‚ I will go into generational characteristics and what problems they constitute. For the older World War II generation‚ ages 75 and up‚ they respond to traditional advertising of television‚ paper magazines‚ newspapers‚ and so forth. Very little are reached through social media and advertising with new technology. They do not spend as much money as the other generations

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    Advertising has changed the market and consumer culture of America. In the 19th Century‚ those changes in the market paralleled changes in the modes of transportation and communication and urban growth. Today‚ advertising on the World Wide Web has become a recent phenomenon because most consumers surf the Internet daily. Advertising is a deeply pervasive part of all lives lived in consumerist economies. The average individual in Western society is bombarded with several hundred adverts per day

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    environment of trust and high level of engagement provides an incredibly desirable location for savvy advertisers. Each year‚ 16‚680‚639 Fairfax magazines are sold in supermarkets around NZ.* We reach over 1.9 million people aged 10+.** Are you advertising with us? Don’t let your brand be the one your target audience isn’t talking about. *Source: Synovate Aztec TKA Scan Data **Source: Nielsen CMI Jan-Dec 2012 10 Reasons To Advertise In Magazines 1. Magazines and magazine ads capture focused

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    There was no question if advertisers should use visual rhetoric‚ but how they should use it in this specific advertising theme. McDougall‚ W. (1926) An Introduction to Social Psychology (Revised Edition) Nedeljković‚ M. (2001) Marketinški priručnik‚ Serbia‚ Novi Sad‚ Dnevnik novine i časopisi. Rot‚ N. (1968) Socijalna psihologija‚ Serbia‚ Beograd‚ Rad. Scott‚ L.M. (1994) Images in Advertising: The Need for a Theory of Visual Rhetoric‚ The Journal of Consumer Research‚ Vol. 21‚ No. 2 (Sep.‚ 1994)‚ pp

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    AdBoard Members: ASAP VISION-Advertising Suppliers Association of the Philippines (ASAP) is the national association‚ uniting all sectors of advertising suppliers‚ guided by the highest standards of ethical‚ professional and responsible trade practice as partners in the advertising industry.  MISSION 1. Professionalize and upgrade the business trades and services of advertising suppliers and firms; 2. Uphold the highest standards of trade practices and ethics in the conduct of business‚

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    Advertising Introduction: Advertising is a form of communication that typically attempts to persuade potential customers to purchase or to consume more of a particular brand of product or service than competing brands or services – or if the advertising in not on behalf of a brand but for instance a public service – to change their behaviour. Modern advertising developed with the rise of mass production in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and has now developed as an essential

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    9) Aurora Foods Inc. markets Log Cabin‚ Mrs. Butterworth’s‚ and Aunt Jemima brands of pancake syrup. Aurora is most likely to use a _____ approach to developing creative strategy for each brand. A | inherent drama | B | brand image | C | unique selling proposition | D | positioning | E | repositioning | 9) Aurora Foods Inc. markets Log Cabin‚ Mrs. Butterworth’s‚ and Aunt Jemima brands of pancake syrup. Aurora is most likely to use a _____ approach to developing creative strategy for

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    The Role of Consumer Involvement in Determining Cognitive Response to Broadcast Advertising Laura M. Buchholz Robert E. Smith This paper investigates the role of involvemeni in deurmmitxg consumer response to radio and TV commercials. Afur reviewing reletani Uterature. a summary model thai focuses on the amount and type of cognitive elaboration and subsequent ejects on consumer recognition of the brand and message points is presented. Hypotheses are developed that predict interaction ejfects

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