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The speech titled Advertisings Overdue Revolution is a very interesting read I will attempt to break the speech down into a number of main themes discussed by the author I will then examine each of these themes and decide whether or not I agree with the points presented On the issues that I have a difference of opinion I will examine why and try to support my argument with relevant factsHow much is advertising responsible for the highest credit card debt and lowest household savings in yearsLet us make sure we understand what advertising is before we tackle this question I will not be talking about one particular ad but from the common theme underlying every ad There is no question in my mind that advertising has contributed to this As mentioned earlier a person gets hit with 3000 ad ideas a day There is of course going to be things that a normal person will see in some of these ads and have a want for However advertising is a way for companies to communicate the ideas and products they are selling to the consumer Can you imagine if there was no advertising at all How could a company introduce a new product to consumers They could lay a product in a store and hope people buy it Of course it may work for something that looks easy to use and when customers have seen similar products What about when it is a new innovative product Then of course how would they know what it even is if there was no label on the package Isnt the packaging a form of advertising at the point of sale As you can see when you view it in simple turns advertising is needed to sell productsMoving into the 21st century technology is changing more companies are popping up more products are available than ever before and researchers ae
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