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How are advertisements influential to adults (18+ or 21+)?

So far, I have that they worry how much the product cost, so if they see something on sale, they would buy it. In other words, price matters (Is this point good or weak?)

I need one more good point (that relates to my question -_-), can anyone please help me?

Thanks in advance!

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    What's one word that can all sum up to "I'm buying this because my experience of this product was good"

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    "Connect" or"Connected"

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    advertisements help to increase people's interest in buying or selling what is intended in the will also help the use in that particular company...advertisements also makes people have more trust in that thing that they had advertise on, this will help if that company has provided some use on that thing that they wanted to advertise...

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    Ads try to convince potential buyers that products can meet the buyer's goals — health, status, potential mates, social acceptance and so on. If the product can meet several goals at the same time, it will seem to be more attractive.

    For example, a toothpaste could increase dental health, improve breath odor for social acceptance and brighten your smile to attract potential mates.

    I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

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