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(Science Daily)   Magazine trends study finds ( o )( o ) increase in advertisements (y) using sex ( ✱ )   (sciencedaily.com) divider line 16
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2012-06-06 01:03:42 AM
FTFA: "Advertisers use sex because it can be very effective," said researcher Tom Reichert, professor and head of the department of advertising and public relations in the UGA Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. "Sex sells because it attracts attention. People are hard wired to notice sexually relevant information so ads with sexual content get noticed."

So, Ric Romero goes by the name of Tom Reichert nowadays?
 
2012-06-06 01:54:27 AM
Go to journalism school just to find out that hot chicks are popular?
 
2012-06-06 03:29:54 AM
All they want is some //oUo\\
 
2012-06-06 03:35:24 AM
Personally I'd rather buy a product that works, not a product covered in semi-nekked women.

Idiocracy is a documentary.
 
2012-06-06 03:36:44 AM

Nightmaretony: All they want is some //oUo\\


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2012-06-06 04:35:08 AM
8===D
 
2012-06-06 04:52:17 AM
People still read magazines, really? Some one should really tell them about teh intarwebz.
 
2012-06-06 07:06:34 AM
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thinks he's Kurt Vonnegut.
 
2012-06-06 07:50:46 AM
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I don't know what you're talking about; I'm just buying shoes.
 
2012-06-06 09:13:33 AM

Britney Spear's Speculum: Personally I'd rather buy a product that works, not a product covered in semi-nekked women.


You mean one which is advertised with them. One actually covered with them is a different matter.
 
2012-06-06 10:17:59 AM
People remember the models, but not the products.
 
2012-06-06 12:57:03 PM

natazha: People remember the models, but not the products.


Sometimes. But not always. Exhibit A:

T-Mobile Girl.
www.thesportsbank.net

/Link is hot2
 
2012-06-06 05:25:51 PM
Shouldn't that be sex(?), you know, to make fun of the farkers.
 
2012-06-06 09:10:40 PM
"It takes more explicitness to grab our attention and arouse us than before," he said. "In the early 1900s, exposed arms and ankles of female models generated the same level of arousal as partially nude models do today. We can see during our lifetimes the changes in sexually explicit content on television, movies, books and other forms of media beyond just advertising."

So that means ads will feature full-frontal nudity in the early 2100s?
 
2012-06-06 10:21:51 PM

Enuratique: "It takes more explicitness to grab our attention and arouse us than before," he said. "In the early 1900s, exposed arms and ankles of female models generated the same level of arousal as partially nude models do today. We can see during our lifetimes the changes in sexually explicit content on television, movies, books and other forms of media beyond just advertising."

So that means ads will feature full-frontal nudity in the early 2100s?


Yeah, and in 2200, it won't get anyone's attention without full-on intercourse or squirting.
 
2012-06-07 02:59:18 AM
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