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Teens 04/09 the influence of advertising: Advertising techniques are tools. They are used to attract attention, influence spending, trigger emotions, and change what people think. They use persuasive words.
Let’s look at some clever advertisements and see what messages we are getting. What are we being persuaded to do?
Clever use of images: This advertisement uses a manhole to create an image of a cup of coffee
What is the message in this advertisement? No words, just images.
Think about the messages being sent in these advertisements. What words would you use?
Clever advertisement for a yoga school.
What message are we getting here? What words could be used?
Valentine’s Day ad
Job Agency Advertisement. What is the job agency trying to persuade people to do?
SLOGANS USED BY ADVERTISING COMPANIES: Find the persuasive words … ‘ Just like a chocolate milkshake, only crunchy’ (Coco pops) ‘It’s French for yoghurt’ (Yoplait) ‘Snap, Crackle and Pop’ (Rice Bubbles) ‘When you care enough to send the very best’ (Hallmark) ‘Think Small’ (Volkswagen) ‘Because I’m worth it’ (L'Oréal) ‘Always…’ (Coca-cola) ‘The spirit of Australia’ (Qantas) ‘Helps you work, rest and play’ (Mars) ‘Have a break, have a …’ (Kit Kat)
Persuasive words used teens – lesson 10 - slide 10-A Save Free Invest Buy Impress Good best
Hero endorsement The product is shown with a well-known person.
Join the Gang Everyone else uses this product. Everybody accepts it.
teens – lesson 10 - slide 10-B Catch Phrases and Slogans The emphasis of this advertisement is on a catchy phrase, slogan, or tune which distracts your attention from the true facts.
scarcity Merchant creates a false sense of urgency by claiming that supply or time is limited