Composing Convincing Media Duplicate.

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Composing Persuasive Media Copy Developing and composing Commercials, Promotions, and Announcements

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Persuasion is a sort of correspondence that interests numerous individuals promoter political applicants and gatherings open associations, for example, general wellbeing associations or MADD religious associations

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Spot Lengths Generally 30 seconds or 60 seconds Estimating time by words "dime" spot - 20 to 25 words "one end to the other" 30 second spot - 70 to 80 words "one end to the other" split 30 - two 15 second spots 60 second - 135-145 "one end to the other"

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Persuasive Spots Commercial Spots The Public Service Announcement - PSA Promo or limited time Station ID You are listening to W-U-A-G, one-goodness three point one, Greensboro.

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Persuasive Strategies

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Demographics age, sexual orientation, financial level, political introduction, occupation, instruction, ethnicity, topographical area Psychographics ways of life, interests, states of mind, convictions Audience Analysis

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Audience Analysis Affirmative gathering of people Dissident group of onlookers Skeptical crowd Apathetic crowd

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Creativity Creative individuals will make improbable mixes to make a point or draw consideration The same is valid for marketing specialists

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Persuasive Creativity Writers for Trigon Blue Cross composed this spot for TV, yet the spot discovered its way to the web, where it is passed around in light of the fact that it is so charming. What a tribute to its makers. See how two improbable things are matched: A young man discussing a motion picture And medicinal services Windows Media Mac QuickTime

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Rational and Emotional Appeals Understanding human inspiration

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Logical Appeals influence in view of truths or item guarantees item or administration fills reasonable requirements economy wellbeing execution support Logical and Emotional Appeals

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Logical and Emotional Appeals Emotional Appeals engages passionate needs, for example, force or distinction sex advance patriotism family values peer acknowledgment

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Appeals and Needs Advertisers build the powerful requests of business messages in light of their impression of group of onlookers needs.

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Human Needs Abraham Maslow built up the hypothesis of a chain of command of human needs, trusting that people are propelled to activity by unsatisfied needs.

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Maslowe\'s Hierarchy Certain lower needs should be acknowledged before higher needs can be fulfilled, generally as a man must cross lower stairs to achieve the top stride.

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Abraham Maslow According to Maslow, there are general sorts of necessities (physiological, security, love, and regard) that must be fulfilled before a man can achieve self-completion (and act unselfishly).

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Satisfying Needs Satisfying requirements is sound, blocking delight of necessities can makes us wiped out or abhorrent. We are all "needs junkies" with longings that must be fulfilled and ought to be fulfilled. Else, we get to be wiped out and useless.

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Physiological Needs Most Basic Air Water Food Sleep Clothing Shelter

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Safety Needs Establishing strength and consistency in a clamorous world Safety can be Psychological Safety needs can propel religious conviction –religion can comfort with the guarantee of a safe spot after we bite the dust and leave the instability of this world

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Love Needs Human creatures have a yearning to have a place with gatherings, clubs, families, couples We require nonsexual affection - to be acknowledged and increased in value by others We require companions

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Self Esteem Competence and authority of undertakings Peer Esteem Attention and acknowledgment from others for our skills Can be identified with craving for force Esteem Needs

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Self-Actualization The longing to achieve the fullest self potential Seek information, inward peace, tasteful encounters, unity with God, and so on

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Audiences and Attitudes Need Driven Audiences 1. Survivors established in neediness 2. Sustainers fortunes definitely recurring pattern with the condition of the economy

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Outer-Directed Audiences Belongers –largest and minimum well off - being acknowledged is critical to this gathering - have a tendency to incline toward legacy brands Emulators –want to be acknowledged, seen and begrudged will give up economy and support for looks Achievers –have gained achievement and financial status however keep on pushing for more social prizes

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Inner-Directed Audiences I-Am-Me Audience –group on the move –unpredictable Experientials –securely inward coordinated, worried with self expression and individual objectives Socially cognizant – individual needs characterized by social duty

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Integrated Audience Making up close to two percent of the populace, this gathering is so confident they can consolidate both internal and external coordinated qualities in their inclinations without self-inconsistency.

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Logical Appeals Advertising speaks to needs at the fundamental and center rungs of the chain of importance of human needs. Speaks to physiological needs Safety Needs for group or having a place Tend with include cases of actuality

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SIMPLE Logical Appeals S afety I ndulgence M aintenance P erformance L ooks E conomy

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Safety Listeners and viewers need to know whether an item will make them debilitated, ruin their pipes or harm the minds of their kids Consumer and industry activity bunches have brought on the promoting of tobacco to be banned for wellbeing reasons Advertisers engaging security guarantee purchasers that their item is protected to utilize

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Indulgence Traveling five star might be a liberality –more costly than economy-yet may likewise make somebody going for business more profitable –arriving refreshed and prepared to work.

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Maintenance Some things include more upkeep from the customer than others An item that is helpful for quite a while or an administration with long haul advantages may conquer a higher sticker value An item that must be supplanted, settled or repaired frequently may not order as high a worth.

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Performance Will the item or administration capacity in the way the buyer anticipates? Does it address a purchaser\'s issue?

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Looks Often considered a passionate fascination –the minimum balanced Evaluates on how engaging something is to the eye For instance, it is normally vital that paint look great –its essential capacity is visual.

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Economy Deals straightforwardly with expenses If something is costly, is it worth what you pay for? Is an action inefficient?

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Rational Appeal: Supercuts

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Rational Appeal: Supercuts

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Rational Appeal: Supercuts

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Rational Appeal: Supercuts

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Rational Appeal: Supercuts

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Rational Appeal: Supercuts

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Rational Appeal: Supercuts

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Rational Appeal: Supercuts

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Rational Appeal: Supercuts

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Emotional Appeals Deal with requirements on the center to upper rungs of the chain of importance. Human yearning for beguilement and delight.

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Emotional Appeals PLEASURE P eople Interest L aughter E nlightenment A llurement S ensation U niqueness R ivalry E steem

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Emotional Appeals P eople Interest –nosiness, human interest about others L aughter –human delight in diversion E nlightenment –need for data A llurement –sex advance S ensation –senses - sight, sound, taste, smell, touch U niqueness - curiosity R ivalry –the show of contention E steem –snob claim

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Emotional Appeal: Fruit of the Loom

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Emotional Appeal: Fruit of the Loom

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Emotional Appeal: Fruit of the Loom

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Emotional Appeal: Fruit of the Loom

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Emotional Appeal: Fruit of the Loom

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Emotional Appeal: Fruit of the Loom

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Commercial Noncopy Data Block An institutionalized reminder –keeps track of scripted messages and their planning Dates Submitted for audit Revision submitted Revision affirmed creation

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Noncopy information piece Agency Client line –firm\'s legitimate corporate assignment Product line-particular item/administration being promoted Spot title Length –run time of the spot Specific script number –for particular ID and correspondence –can id the starting organization, customer or organization for which the spot is composed, area in the aggregate number of detects that office delivered for that customer, year disclosed, medium, length Example BE-167-04R (B&E chemicals, 167 treatment for that customer, broadcast in 2004, radio)

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Types of Radio Commercials Univoice (straight) business Multivoice business Both voices talk specifically to the audience not each other Dialog Commercial minimal radio dramatization Musical Commercial Pseudo-sound impact Slogan/deals point enhancer Backdrop Lyric vehicle

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Ad-lib spot Use just with known ability, solid on-air identity or DJ with a wide audience taking after Writer gets ready not duplicate but rather a reality sheet Radio stations that have top D-Js slapped together duplicate frequently charge a premium for that administration

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The Music Spot as Pseudo-SFX MUSIC: IMPRESSIVE DRUM ROLL ANNCR: In 1985, an old American soda pop changed its recipe. MUSIC: BRASSY FANFARE STARTS, WINDS DOWN TO A PITIFUL STOP ANNCR: You were not delighted.

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Musical Spots Slogan or deals point upgrade Music "bed" or setting Lyric Spot open doughnut - spot starts with verse took after by host duplicate, verse is not reintroduced shut doughnut - spot starts with verse, trailed by commentator duplicate, verse closes the spot.

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Tenets of good radio duplicate Stay conversational Remain present and dynamic Keep funniness in limits Stress support distinguishing proof Conclude with vitality Call for activity

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Things to Avoid Question Lead-ins Clichés Superlatives Talking down to gathering of people Confusing articulations Offensive dialect/visuals .:

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