The unwavering rule of an effective ad is to create ads that appeal to people's emotions, these ideas are largely grouped around fear, sex, humor, music, rationality, emotions, and scarcity. These appeals are something that everyone commonly experiences, regardless of race, financial status, or intelligence.Will you see an ad that you remember about what appeal? you have a chance to fit into one of the "magic 7" appeals, sometimes even with a mixture of appearances. Needless to say, successful advertising is not just your memory, but what you remember in positive light. Successful marketers are able to create ads for customers' favorites in memory … and we all know that positive attitudes will lead to positive behaviors such as buyers to buy a product! Below we show how to use the examples, highlighting the positive and negative consequences of using ad examples.
Appeal of fear – The first ad appeal, and perhaps the most effective advent of fear today. Fear is an emotion that is exhausted as long as intelligent life has gone to earth. Advent of fear focuses on customer emotional responses, a perceived threat, typically severity and vulnerability. An example of fear of appeal is the advertisement of a web hosting company focusing on the severity of downtime on the site and the risk of business loss due to downtime. Good-fear appeals are usually very persuasive and great for attracting people's attention, for example, to an adventurous advertisement of a damaged car accident victim due to diving. The Bad – It is difficult to judge how much fear of using, too much, and scare people away from ads and have too little fear and no one will notice the ad.
Sex Appeal – Another universal aspect of being human, sex has been used by marketers to capture the attention of the sexes. Is sex being subliminal, sexually explicit, nudity or sensuality, is it always noticeable that people in ads are generally attractive? An example of sexual ads is the American Next Top Model TV series, which advertises girls in sexually attractive dress to show male viewers to watch episodes. Good sex proves to spoil the mess if busy, time-honored ads on sexual games help you get to know the ad, which promotes brand recognition. Bad sexual appeals may be provocative and may have negative reactions to different cultures (non-Western) and sexual appearances are so widespread today that they no longer carry the WOW factor they once did.
– Everyone likes to laugh, and most people show unfavorable attitudes to advertising, but humorous humorous reactions, humorous advertisements, laughing consumers, jokes, and remembering that this greatly helps marketing. There are many memorable television ads that promote their brands with humor, the John West Salmon ad where a man fights a bear for salmon, effectively exploits humor appeal Good – Humor is one of the best ways for more time consuming consumers to notice, Humor is devoted to attention, people's memories remain and generally win prizes. Bad – It is important that the joke does not overcome the brand or its motto when people remember the joke, but not the brand is ineffective. Advertisers have to be culturally aware as one of the cultures may be funny in another.
Music Call – Music is what everyone enjoys, music is something that is personal in nature, and makes people feel reminded of good and bad moments in their lives. Music helps to attract attention and to connect consumer emotions. An example of musical appeals by the 7UP soft drink, "Sunshine" by the Partridge family, helped the message to match their target market. Good – With a well-known song, you can create positive nostalgic memories in consumers, which is a positive attitude to your brand, and the music's feature means that people are still attracted to the ad, even if you avoid ads from the General. Bad – Some music may cause negative reactions to consumers if they refer to bad memories in the past.
Appeal of Rationality – The appeal of rationality relies on the information in the ad to actively process consumers, this appeal typically is used in print media as consumers have more time to read the ad in this medium. Typically, rational opportunities are at the heart of consumers' practical, functional or usurious needs. Rational benefits are typically used to promote drugs or healthier lifestyle products, such as vitamins, for example, the recently published ads by the Swisse pharmaceutical company, in which Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting used individual vitamins to attract well-informed consumers. Good Rationality is great for high-involvement products and B2B advertising. Bad – a rational appeal must be credible as false statements may cause negative attitudes.
Scarcity Appeal – Scarcity is based on constraints, typically limited in time for purchasing or limited supply. Scarcity is often used with fear appeals to help customers in the absence of a potentially instantaneous negative event. Australian advertisers are less attracted to advertising in the Cricket Square, the great opportunities offered by The Good – Strict to encourage users and are often used effectively for other promotions such as. Coupons, lottery games and tournaments Bad appeals should be genuine or keep consumers from negative attitudes towards your brand.
Emotional appeal – Calling consumers' emotions is an effective way of attracting attention and promoting consumer engagement to the brand, it is usually more effective to concentrate on positive emotions than happiness, joy, trust, and love. Typical industries that use emotions are banks and insurance agencies that often focus on optimistic emotions, such as happiness and joy, to try to align the jointly-formulated stereotypes of industries as corporate mega powers. Good – emotional ideals are very effective in almost every appeal, they can be key to brand loyalty in the customer base. Bad emotional appearances must match the company's target market and current PR history, consumers are increasingly aware of the advertising messages.
To sum it up, seven of the ad promotions are useful to understand when starting the ad creation stages, regardless of whether your online or advertising is built around a particular combination, is a good starting point. Some proven and tested combinations of ad impressions include a combination of fear and rationality (usually anti-smoking advertisements), and the use of music and emotions is generally a good basis for any ad. Finally, considerations should be taken into account in other factors, in particular organizational marketing goals, media strategy, target market composition, and brand strategy. For example, if your organization is a local newspaper that is a demographic category of 40 or older and which aims to improve brand loyalty to express your concern and concern for the local community, an emotional or reasonable appeal would be best for you to reach marketing power target market in the target market.