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How effective is the advert for the Renault Megan, in persuading the target audience to purchase the product?

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Robin Bingham 11N Media Course Work How effective is the advert for the Renault Megan, in persuading the target audience to purchase the product? Adverts are used either to display a persuasive message, or to encourage the reader to buy the product advertised. The advert I will be looking at is the Renault Megane advert. My initial impressions are that the advertised car is on an entire A4 page by itself and the reader is not distracted by other adverts. The advert is simple in the way it is set out; it is very easy to see everything, as it isn't complicated and busy. The background features a natural scene of rugged mountains, in contrast to the sleek manufactured lines of the Megane. ...read more.


This advert appeals to people that own, or would like to buy a car. It represents value for money and a comfortable ride, as well as looking good and fitting in well. The intended audience are the car buyers. More or less any age would purchase the car except the younger generation who may not be able to afford it. Middle age to older people I think would be the primary target audience. This car is pictured at an angle so the reader can see the full shape and detail of the car. This is very important for the reader so he or she can see if the car is correct for them. ...read more.


As I said before the font style and design of the writing is not intruding. The advertiser wants the reader to look at the car rather than read about it. This advert conforms to the usual generic conventions in that the advert has a clever slogan, a suitable background for the car's message and a non-intrusive design. This advert would definitely be an eye catcher. The car has an attractive colour that is suited to the surrounding, and the witty slogan conveys different meanings to the reader and is memorable. The scenery, affect of light, non-intrusive design, also persuades the reader to buy the car as well. This car advertisement would certainly persuade the target audience because of its clever design by making the Renault Megane stunning! ...read more.

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