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customer and the business owner. While advertising is important, it is only a single component to the entire marketing process which includes: target market research, product pricing, customer and public relations, distribution, media and sales strategies, etc. Why is marketing important to your business? Page 1of 9https://url.theworksheets.com/7wh
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Four qualities that make up a good ad: 1. Attracts attention: attractive COLORS, BOLD HEADINGS, and pictures 2. Arouses interest: good word choice 3. Creates desire: uses propaganda techniques tohttps://url.theworksheets.com/7wf
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Advertising, in its non-commercial guise, is a powerful educational tool capable of reaching and motivating large audiences. "Advertising justifies its existence when used in the public interest - it is much too powerful a tool to use solely for commercial purposes." - Attributed to Howard Gossage by David Ogilvyhttps://url.theworksheets.com/fa5
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Lesson 9: Advertising – You Are a Target Teacher Notes Help students to understand and invite them to state clearly: Vocabulary for this lesson will depend on which parts of the lesson the teacher chooses to do. Advertising – You Are a Target More Practice With Rocks and Smart Choices I have the right to care about myself.https://url.theworksheets.com/7wi
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Page 3 of 44 Advertising detectives Year level 4 Duration of unit 10–11 hours* Learning areas English, Mathematics, Humanities and Social Sciences and Health and Physical Education Unit description In this unit students will become detectives in a bid to help solve an alarming case of large numbers ofhttps://url.theworksheets.com/2z1s
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Advertising All Around Us Level: Grades 5 and 6 About the Author: Marie Buisson, Toronto, Ont. LESSON PLAN Overview This teaching unit helps students to become more aware of the language and techniques used in print advertising, as well as the impact of advertising on their daily lives. The unit will focus on three key media literacy concepts:https://url.theworksheets.com/1uhx
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Actually advertising is a paid publicity and silent salesmanship. It takes known what we have to sell or what we want to buy. According to Seldon, "Advertising is a business force, which through printed words, sells or helps sale, build reputation and fosters goodwill". John V. W. expressed, "Advertising like salesmanship is an attempthttps://url.theworksheets.com/3v40
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You are the older sibling left with the responsibility to care for your younger sister who is at a house party. She is to come home by 9:30 p.m andhttps://url.theworksheets.com/4pnv
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ADVERTISING WORKSHEET 2: GRADE 8 Study each of the cartoons below and answer the questions that follow. Question 1 TEXT A 1.1 Explain the pun used in this billboard advertisement. (3) 1.2 Identify two ways in which potential customers can find more information. (2)https://url.theworksheets.com/2qnq
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