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rowenna



Nombre de messages : 71
Date d'inscription : 20/02/2006

MessageSujet: Comment on an ad   Mar 27 Nov - 15:27

Bonjour!Voici une publicité que je dois commenter pour jeudi

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This document is an ad taken from a magazine for a product: a printer (Epson) to attract people's attention.This photography was taken by Epson.

The ad is aimed at for everybody.The advertiser manipulates the cusomers by showing the photo in black and white of a child in close up who stick out his tongue to catch snowflakes.He wears a scarf , a pull over and on his head a bonnet. he has the head turned back, showing his young face. And he looks like very happy.On the pull over there is snow.
In the left right hand corner we can see Epson Printer.At the top,beside his head, there is a catchphrase to enhance the value of the printer.
At the Bottom, we can see a catchphrase showing how it is easy to make a photo with this brand.
And at bottom right hand corner, there is the brand who is writing in larger type.
Downward, we can read a caption who does advertising of Epson to a prospective buyer.
Under this text, they indicate the adress of Epson's website.

This ad exaggerates.It is very cheerful, witty, and laudatory.It is perfect to promote Epson.

Merci d'avance pour votre aide !
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Doudou



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Localisation : New-York
Date d'inscription : 26/12/2005

MessageSujet: Re: Comment on an ad   Mar 27 Nov - 16:21

Bonsoir, Rowenna.

This ad is taken from a magazine advertising an Epson laser printer. The photo is intended to attract the readers' attention to the product. This ad is aimed at everybody and is used by the advertiser to "manipulate" customers into buying the product as soon as they see a close-up, high-quality photo of a child sticking out his tongue to catch the snowflakes. He's wearing a knitted winter cap and a heavy winter sweater to keep him warm, and he has scarf around his neck. His head is raised, and we can see his young face. He looks very happy. There's snow on his hat and clothing. In the left-hand corner, there's a picture of an Epson laser printer. Above the child's head and to the right, the company's slogan extols the virtues of the printer. At the bottom of the photo and over the child's sweater, another catch phrase informs the reader as to how easy it is to print out digital photos using the Epson brand. Below the photo, there's a caption that goes into more detail about the features of this product. The company name is printed along side the blurb in very large print. The company's website is provided for the prospective customer.

This ad undoubtedly exaggerates the importance or need for such a product but is very cheeful, witty, and in good taste. I believe it is quite appropriate for promoting the Epson laser printer.
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rowenna



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Date d'inscription : 20/02/2006

MessageSujet: Merci   Mer 28 Nov - 6:26

Merci encore pour ton aide Doudou
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Doudou



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Date d'inscription : 26/12/2005

MessageSujet: Re: Comment on an ad   Mer 28 Nov - 7:18

You're welcome, Rowenna. C'est toujours un plaisir.
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