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Media - Adverts are a way of putting a product on the market.

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Coursework Media. Adverts are a way of putting a product on the market, trying to make it successful, giving it out information of that certain product to the public, the more money you spend on advertising the more richer the advert and the more it will attract people, there are many types of advertising, aggressive, pacific, Informative, Attractive, and many that give you a different information of what the product is. I reckon the best types of adverts are the ones that are worth staying to watch, normally funny ones are the best, I take advertising as little movies between the programs, there are the ones that have a neutral effect, those that actually catch your attention and the ones that you really never really pay attention, the truth is the people(viewers) make the advert if they find that advert cool it will come out in the market as a good product, but if the ratings are bad there it goes a lot money. ...read more.

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4) The advert is really appealing is a nice little beach with a beautiful water fountain, you can even imagine yourself on it, just looking up at the skies relaxing with that gentle sea breeze at your face in a quite hot day, getting a tan and looking good it really make you want to jump into the advert. 5) I think it's very successful because is nicely made advert, it doesn't force you to go for that holiday resort I think it kind of give you a choice you can either be at the place of your dreams or in simple holiday, Where would you rather be? Smack down for Playstation 1) This advert mostly shows violence and how bad the characters are, The logo is written in big bold letters to kind of describe badness, and most of the people in the advert are making a bad face, with their muscles out, and from what I know these characters in the magazine are the maddest in the wrestling show, I mean even the name of the game gives it away Smack down. ...read more.

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Those adverts were made by two major companies so they spent money on research and on artist to create these adverts. 2) In my opinion I preferred the Holiday one because a holiday is a memory of a lifetime and had a better affect on me, I would love to be relaxing there now. Smackdown is just a violent little game that you play for a little while and end up getting sick of it or end up thrown it away when you get older or when something new comes out 3) I would definitely buy both products. The holiday one looks like such a good time and calming holiday a worth spent money that you always remember and Smackdown also looks really fun, something to play when you get bored, worth spent time, I mean I remember myself playing Street Fighter for Super Nintendo which were really good times, like they say time is money and well spent money = good times and both give you that. ...read more.

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