The advertisement described the impact of the doritos by having the father and his friends betray his gender by dressing as princesses. This grabs the audience attention by using pathos- having the audience connect with the little girl and her father’s relationship. The commercial allows viewers to see that the Doritos could bring out a side of you that anyone has ever seen and a relationship builder. The target audience for this commercial would be for younger kids and mid age adults because it would grab the younger children attention with the scenery and mid age adults because of the humor and the fact that they are a
However, the writer used a logical situation, a dog and a young boy, to interest the audience and keep them guessing what the commercial is about. In conclusion, the Chevrolet Silverado commercial “A Boy and His Dog” is an extremely effective commercial. The writers use of emotional persuasion, ethics, and logical situations create an advertisement that develops a relationship between the viewer and the product. It is an excellent balance of persuasion and entertaining throughout the entire commercial that creates an interesting and effective advertising campaign. It is this type of persuasive commercial that exemplifies an effective use of rhetorical
Throughout the history of advertising there have been many emotional commercials. Commercials that emphasize a relatable and powerful main idea that is subtly, or not so subtly, woven in with the product that is being advertised. A famous examples is the Extra Gum 's commercial, entitled "The Story of Sarah and Juan". This paper will summarize the commercial, followed by a glimpse at the ways in which the commercial reinforces classist, racist, and sexist overtones. Also, included is an analysis of the immaterial values portrayed in the commercial and how they connect with the product that is being advertised.
The most important aspect of this commercial is the pathos, for it is ripe with emotion. This emotion is also emphasized by the mood of the commercial, which evokes very pertinent emotions. Similarly, the ethos and logos of the commercial make the gum brand look very enticing due to the commercial’s focus on the emotional aspects of the gum. Likewise, the commonplaces that the commercial focuses on play an important role in making the advertisement more applicable to the common viewer. Overall, the Extra Gum advertisement effectively persuades the viewer to purchase the
Humor used in the commercial includes background music, the comment made against Ford trucks, Twinkies, and raining frogs. After, the truck drives out of the debris the commercial starts to play Barry Manilow’s “Looks like we made it”. The song added into the commercial portrays a positive vibe despite seeing what the man and dog lived through when passing by the natural disasters and extraterrestrial remains. Near the end of the commercial when the protagonist meets up with the other guys, the comment made is an insult to those who buy Ford trucks and to the Ford Company. By saying, “Dave didn’t drive the longest lasting most dependable truck on the road.
Well, the drink - and, consequently, the brand - has been around since 1886. Companies don’t survive that long without both quality products and consistent, effective advertising. This ad is just one of the hundreds, if not thousands of Coca-Cola advertisements that wants people to associate Coca-Cola with love, happiness, and family. That way, when people are shopping, they’ll see bottles or cans of Coke and subconsciously remember how happy and pleasant those Coca-Cola ads made them feel. Then, they’re much more likely to purchase the products.
Around the world, there are thousands of starving children that seem to go unnoticed daily. Shoppers are constantly in the supermarket filling their carts with hundreds of dollars’ worth of groceries for their family’s without thinking of those in need. In 2008, a remarkable shopping cart ad was released which depicts a distraught young African American child reaching up to the shopper begging for help to save him from starvation. Feed SA, a charitable organization which helps the poverty-stricken across the county has designed a striking ad to bring attention to just how easy donating can be. The effectiveness of this ad is due to the powerful rhetorical appeals to pathos in which it implements.
Oprah loves bread. This was a message Dipper, along with millions of Americans, had hammered into their skull every time that dumb commercial beamed onto their television. Whoever was in charge of managing advertising on Gravity Falls public broadcasting was obsessed with that commercial, making sure it played during every ad break on Ducktective. "This is the joy for me!" Oprah exclaimed for about the thirty-sixth time Dipper had heard today.
Kids can be taught that what’s on an ad isn’t necessarily what they need.” At the end, marketers must maintain an appropriate structure or strategy without using people in a bad way. If it’s possible for a child being obsessed with a toy and food box, then it’s possible for him to like a sweet fruit box with an interesting book or comics, magazines etc. if we can support or teach them. We must accept that healthy food, exercising, protecting environment, enjoying beautiful sides of life, even choosing the best music or watching the proper advertisement - they are the best solutions for a good future even though they may be hard for some people to adapt. We must protect the young generation, children from harmful atmosphere just as some ads.