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Advertising Define

Cards with definitions for Methods of Advertising

Bandwagon This method says that everyone else is doing it, so why aren't you?
Beautiful People Good looking models make us think we can look like them.
Bribery This offers something we want in return for something we do or buy.
Fear This tells us that if we don't buy something, something bad can happen.
Flattery If you compliment someone, he or she will pay attention
Humor making someone laugh is one method of advertising
Hyperbole Another word for exaggeration
Name Calling Characters make fun of other characters to sell something
Plain Folks People just like us use the same product
Repetition Hearing or seeing something over and over gets a brand-name to stay in your head.
Scientific Evidence Statistics and charts make us think we should buy something.
Symbols Words, places, images and songs that represent something else
Testimonials Famous people sell products and ideas
The Big Lie Media makers sometimes do not tell the truth
Warm and Fuzzy Cute, sweet images sell stuff
Created by: sfor585