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Types of Appeals

Bandwagon
Bandwagon

Definition: The argument that since something is popular or everybody is doing it, so should you.Think of peer pressure or popularity as being the basis of the argument

Direct Mail
Direct Mail

Good direct mail appeals have a few standard components. They always have “entertainment value” (often a story, or intimacy: “Let me take you into my world.”); that’s what keeps people reading.

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Ethos: Moral Expertise and Knowledge
Ethos: Moral Expertise and Knowledge

Ethos is the fundamental values or character of a person, culture, city, movement, etc. The ethos of Ghandhi and his followers included passive resistance. Pointing out your s … ource of knowledge before giving advice on asubject is an example of ethos.

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Fear
Fear

is one method of changing and individuals opinion or view of a specific concept or ideal; through using the fear appeal, advertisers instill fear in the individual who then reciprocates following the command.

Humor
Humor

The appeal to humor is a fallacy in which a rhetor uses humor to ridicule an opponent and/or direct attention away from the issue at hand. The appeal to humor is a fallacy in which a rhetor uses humor to ridicule an opponent and/or direct attention away from the issue at hand.

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Internet
Internet

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Logos
Logos

Ethos or the ethical appeal, means to convince an audience of the author’s credibility or character. An author would use ethos to show to his audience that he is a credible source and is worth listening to. Ethos is the Greek word for “character.” The word “ethic” is derived from ethos.

Mobile Devices
Mobile Devices

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Pathos: An Appeal to the Audience's Emotions
Pathos: An Appeal to the Audience's Emotions

Pathos is the emotional influence of the speaker on the audience. Its goal is to create a favorable emotional affection of the audience towards the objective of the speech. The overall ability to achieve pathos is eliciting emotions. There are various ways to achieve an emotional reaction in the audience. In the antiquity there was a discipline about affects, it encompassed theory of arousing feelings during the speech and drafts for the classification of feelings.

Print Publications
Print Publications

Your Appeal Rights and How to Prepare a Protest If You Don't Agree, Publication 5 Explains your appeal rights and offers information on how to protest an Internal Revenue Agent's examination report. Collection Appeal Rights, Publication 1660 Explains your appeal rights related to the Collection Due Process & Collection Appeal Program.

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Product Placement
Product Placement

Product placement is a form of advertising in which branded goods and services are featured in a video production that targets a large audience. Also known as "embedded marketing" or "embedded advertising," product placements are typically found in movies, television shows, personal videos, radio, and — less commonly — live performances.

Radio
Radio

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Rational
Rational

Rational appeal is an art of persuasion that seeks to convince the audience about something entirely through the use of logical reasoning. When making a claim, a speaker using rational appeal would use factual and logical statements to back up the claim and clearly lead to the conclusion given.

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Sensuality
Sensuality

Sexuality, sexual suggestiveness, over sexuality or sensuality raises curiosity of the audience and can result in strong feelings about the advertisement. It can also result in the product appearing interesting. However use of sex in types of advertising appeals can have a boomerang effect if it is not used carefully.

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Signage
Signage

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Television
Television

An advertising appeal is a reason for someone to buy a product. These 5 TV commercials each embody a different tactic - which one is most effective?

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