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All advertising works to some degree but the kind that promises people a benefit even before they realize that it is something that they truly want works better than the other kind Goldberg Advertisements are created to give people what they want before they even know it It convinces people of buying a product even though they dont really need it According to Kantar Media PGs ad spending during 2011 is rounded to 313 BILLION in measured media Steinberg The following advertisement of Secret and PGs product is one of those expensive advertisements that try to convince people to buy their product before they even know if it worksThis advertisement is specifically targeting women We can assure it because the first thing that you see on it is a woman The product being advertised via this advertisement is an outlasting 48hours deodorant which is a daily product used by every woman It can be determined as luxurious because it is a recognized brand but at the same time it is not luxurious because is for personal hygiene The technique this advertisement uses to convince women to buy this product is showing them that whatever they do they wont transpire ending their day fresh We can see this message by watching the foreground of the advertisement On its foreground we can see a tower of objects Objects like a computer a washing machine an archivist wrap paper coffee Chinese food a bicycle and much more These objects mean the activities that a woman can do by the long of the day or even two days The exaggeration in the quantity of objects is because the deodorant is supposed to last two days Given this detail we can see that this product is for active women In addition we can consider the woman as a mom who does the laundry work out and works at an office A woman who occasionally has no time for cooking and
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