The paper focuses on the implemented advertisement pattern. The discussion delves on the chosen pattern’s important phases. The client-based advertising pattern greatly contributes to the increase in the demand for the…
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The first advertising phase effectively increases the target clients’ knowledge of the products’ benefits. The same advertising pattern is grounded on the understanding that the target clients have prior direct experiences on products’ benefit. The target clients affirm that the main advertisement message is very convincing (cognition phase). The eye drops advertisements target a certain target market. The market is composed of current, future, and prior users of eye drops. The target clients know that eye drops will improve the eyes’ physical condition. Consequently, the target clients will accept (cognize) the advertisement’s message (Shimp & Andrew, 2013).
Next, the muscle pain medicine convinces the advertisement viewers that the gel product will alleviate muscle pain. Again, the advertisement targets the current and prior users of muscle pain medicines. The same users are convinced that most muscle pain products successful improve the patients’ muscle pain symptoms. The product targets customers having flu-related symptoms. Most of the patients diagnosed with the same symptoms accept (cognize) the advertisement is truthful, delivering what the company advertises (Shimp & Andrew, 2013).
Finally, the arthritis advertisement targets customers who are currently patronizing arthritis and related pain medications. The advertisement easily convinces the arthritis patients that using the product will lessen the painful joint pains generated by arthritis. The target advertisement viewers know that the product will make the product users start living a more pain-absent life. Regarding the efficacy of the product, the target clients have no doubts (Shimp & Andrew, 2013).
The second phase focuses adding convincing relevant knowledge to the advertisements’ target clients. The three advertisements contribute additional beneficial knowledge to the target clients. The clients will know that there is a new competing product in the market. The
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Name Instructor’s Name Course Date Observation Essay The advertisement that is selected to be comprehensively evaluated to comply with the requirements of the essay is Nissan Dualis: Park Perfectly print advertisement (shown below). Source: Best Ads, 2012 This advertisement is to be analyzed in greater detail through addressing the following issues: (1) the argument; (2) the target audience; (3) employment of rhetorical principles; and (4) extent of conformity to advertisement theories.
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