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Exerting consumers' interest to purchase over products by advertisements


IqbalThemi 44 / 46 13  
May 1, 2015   #1
Today, the high sales of popular consumers goods reflect the power of advertising and not the real needs of the society in which they are sold. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Nowadays, advertisement plays an important role in business marketing, even it can decide what a company will survive or close from business world. As such, many companies are popular to use good advertisement for promoting their products to consumer, although consumers do not really need these products. Therefore, I believe that advertisement is key factor to sell more products of companies. However, consumers should be selective in purchasing the products on advertising to avoid more disadvantages.

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Adhisti 20 / 19 2  
May 1, 2015   #2
With regard to selected marketing of companies, advertisement helps companies to reach their targets in selling more the number of products. The result shows that 75% of companies' products are out of stock in market due to advertisement which company showsis showed in many media including TV, online, and banner. As a result, the more attractive advertising, the more consumers companies get and also will increase companies' income.

On the other hand, lots of people feel purchasing wasted products after being influenced by advertisingadvertisement . This is because companies tenttend to manipulate consumers with over showing products up products . The significant studies of this topic release that nearly 90% of products advertised by companies are not relevant with people's need. The studies also find that sometimes various products which companies show by advertisement not as well as the real product. Consequently, people who continue to buy the products tend to spend their money only without gaining values of the products.


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