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Advertisements Teen Living 10.0
Purpose of Advertisements 1. Want people to buy the product 2. Give consumers more choices 3. Promote Sales
Slogans/Jingles Help us remember the ad…. –Can you name the company… –Da Da Dant Da Da…I’m loving it! –MMM MMM Good! –Think outside the bun…. –What can you do with a dallap?
Cartoons Appeal to kids…. –Cereal commericals Frosted flakes, trix rabbit
Famous People/Celebrities Get paid to appear in the ad!!! Michael Jordan, Williams sisters, Tim McGraw…
Humor We enjoy funny commercials!
Color Warm colors for Summer ads… Cool colors for Winter ads…
Hip/Catchy Helps us to remember the product when we are shopping…
Beauty/Appeal Air brushed computer generated images
Pleasure/Happiness Puppies, the beach etc…
Testimonials People tell us how the product changed their life ProActive
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It’s crunch time! Select the correct answer to the cereal-related questions.
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