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Advertising is a technique to display a product on the market They are also ways to sell the product There are many different ways to advertise ones product such as magazine articles billboards and television commercials Advertising claims and basic appeals can be used to persuade the audience that their product is better then their competions product But when the product is harming to the audience do the advertisers have the right to still advertise the product Once upon a time the rich sweet smoke of tobacco offered sex appeal affiliation even the need to achieve but it is not as safe as it uses to be Now days cigarettes offer dreary old diseases like emphysema and lung cancer Cigarette ads are not as popular as they use to be Cigarette advertising is banned on television radio billboards but companies often support cultural or sports events to promote There is still a big problem with the cigarette ads in the magazines Kools Marlboro Camels Virginia Slims Newports are the brand of cigarettes that are advertised in magazines Most magazines such as Glamour GQ that are directed towards middle class teens to early 20s that are interested in the new hot trendy clothing display cigarette ads Certain brands of cigarettes are more likely to be used by young smokers Marlboro Newport Camel Kool and Winston are more likely to be advertised in youth-oriented magazinesCigarette ads such as Kool and Newport display young adults being very energetic and enthused and also show a refreshing feeling Camel has a very smooth way to advertise They use a fictional cartoon character Joe camel This view is to display their product to a younger audience In the Marlboro ads there are always cowboys riding horses Not in any
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