what sort of TV ads irritates you most? Do you purchase item shown in an ad if it is shown repeatedl
Do you prefer seeing an ad repeatedly on your TV screen
The one that irritates me R the one with no sound i mean sirouisly its STUPID!!!!!!!!!!
The ones that drive me crazy are the ones that scream and shout at you, and no.. I make a point of not purchasing those products
Insurance!!! and Have you had an accident at work!!! AAARRRGGGHHH!!!!
The commercials that irritate me the most are the ones that are made to look like "Real People" are giving testimonies about how awesome the product is. "GRRRR" it sets me off just thinking about them.
And I always make a mental note to never buy any of their crap!
I'm not sure what kinds of commercials irritate me the most actually, but I really hate commercials designed to appeal to stupid people. I have the advantage of being broke so I don't buy the products but the commercials do get stuck in my head at times.
Ones where the volume goes way up all of a sudden and kills your ears, and ones where the person shouts at you (like Billy Mays used to do).
The very low I.Q. ads for a couple different fast food chains have irritated me greatly and are an insult to the human race.
The commercials endorsing the toilet cleansing agent irritates a lot. Imagine you reach home,Tired, exhausted, desperately in need of meal. Finally you have it, you are eating it enjoying your favorite serial in front of TV and guash.....here it comes
THE ABC TOILET CLEANSING AGENT AD SHOWING THE DIRTY,NASTY TOILET THAT WILL TOTALLY SPOIL YOUR MEAL.
I would like to share with you my survey-based research on television advertisement and consumer behavior. Here is the link to my blog post with the report (pdf version available for free download):
http://crazymotts.blogspot.in/2013/07/c … ision.html
This got featured in CNN iReport:
Feel free to visit my blog and see if my research helps you in any way. My objective of doing that work is to create public awareness against unethical advertising.
Personally I hate the ads that claim things that are intangible, not substantiated with factual information, aiming at playing with the audience's heuristics. I don;t think I purchase after repeated ads but my survey based research has found information to support the idea that a section of the tv audience does buy stuff when bombarded repeatedly.
The new ads for a new truck. They put a guys photo in front of a car and then in front of a full size truck. Then ask a bunch of random people, or at least they say they are random to decide what type of beard the guy will grow or what type of pet he would own etc. The answers seem to make the same guy pictured with the truck more macho. Telling the world young and old that stereotyping is acceptable and that its ok to make fun of a man who drives anything other than the truck. No! I will not buy another vehicle from that company.
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