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How To Participate From Advertises?

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Did Mom make the Skippy peanut butter sandwich "because she knew peanut butter is more nutritious than salami or ham or liverwurst and has no cholesterol?" "No," responds the child in the ad, "she made it because she loves me." For years Pillsbury's ads claimed that "nothin' says lovin' like somethin' from the oven, and Pillsbury says it best." Some ads are indirect in their claim that purchase Cartier Replica or use of a product is a sign of love. If we accept the Hallmark slogan "When you care enough to send the very best," then sending the card becomes a sign of caring.

Because ads have allied products with status and taste, and because we are aware that this is a manipulative ploy, some advertisers capitalize on our awareness of the ploy by inverting it: "This product is for people who don't need to establish that they have taste or for people who don't need to demonstrate to the world that they have high status." One manufacturer of small cars, for example, employed the stock setting for an ad making a claim of status or taste (an estate with a mansion and circular drive in the background, with an elegantly dressed couple in the foreground). This manufacturer, however, claimed instead that the advertised car was the automobile for people who don't need to prove that they have status. Of course, the claim is the same as the claims in the other ads, that a car is a sign of status. But here the car is more: it is also a sign that the buyer does not have to prove that he or she has status. By implication, then, the other cars, whose advertisers make the status claim, are for insecure people, but this car is for the truly secure (in itself, a kind of status claim).

Implying "If.. . Then" Ads make promises visually as well as verbally. This is possible because we invest juxtaposed visuals with an "if. . . then" link. A beautiful woman uses a certain brand of lipstick in an ad, and men follow her everywhere. Without making the argument explicit, the ad implies that if you use this product you will be beautiful, and if you are beautiful (or if you use this product), you will be more attractive to men. One could as readily take the visuals to mean that if you are already beautiful, why bother?

The "before and after" ad is the advertiser's way of countering this interpretation. In its classic form, a person or place is shown before using the product and then after: eyelashes before application of Tag Heuer Replica Watches mascara, eyelashes after application of mascara. Argument: if you use this mascara, then you will obtain this difference. But look carefully at the before and after pictures. Is the mascara the only thing about the model that has changed? Has other makeup, a new hairstyle or clothing, a more pleasant expression, more dynamic action, or different lighting been added to the after segment? In other words, the critic asks, is the "if" necessary and sufficient to produce the promised "then"?

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