don't fast forward

by christiano_s17 on October 23, 2013 - 11:58am

 

                Is fast forwarding a commercial really helping the add not get the message threw to the users?  According to Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, by fast forwarding the adds, your brain tends to be more alert and try to capture the most it can from the fast forwarding. With that being said you might actually want to do something in the add that u saw fast and didn’t notice it making you want to actually do it thinking that you thought of it and not saw it. It’s a mind playing game when it comes to that. When you see the commercial slowly you don’t get played and you tell yourself it’s just a commercial and find other things to do while the commercials are playing. But while fast forwarding the commercials you still observe the commercials. In my advice it might capture your attention to fast forward it but it reduces the long commercials that we all “love”. For more information about how the commercials play with your brain please visit. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/marketing/ads-that-fast-forward-to-the-brain/article14753993/

 

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Advertising are constantly in our lives and they are attracting customers. Some ads are better than other because they really represent the product sold. But the content of other ads are unrelated to the product they are trying to sale. There are two types of advertisements. The first one is called “Logical Persuasion”. It presents fact about the products. The second one is named “Nonrational Influence”. It shows ads unrelated to the product selling. They are depicting fun. In our society, advertising influence people to buy the product that they show in the publicity. I am not saying that the “Logical Persuasion” is a good way to do ads because I think that they are brainwashing people. I am only saying that is a better way to do it because the other type does not have link to the product.
For more information go on: http://www.livescience.com/16169-advertisements-seduce-brain.html

Advertising are constantly in our lives and they are attracting customers. Some ads are better than other because they really represent the product sold. But the content of other ads are unrelated to the product they are trying to sale. There are two types of advertisements. The first one is called “Logical Persuasion”. It presents fact about the products. The second one is named “Nonrational Influence”. It shows ads unrelated to the product selling. They are depicting fun. In our society, advertising influence people to buy the product that they show in the publicity. I am not saying that the “Logical Persuasion” is a good way to do ads because I think that they are brainwashing people. I am only saying that is a better way to do it because the other type does not have link to the product.
For more information go on: http://www.livescience.com/16169-advertisements-seduce-brain.html

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