Annoying advertisements

Annoying advertisements

Have you ever experienced how much time does it take to open the applications nowadays. It takes more than a minute to open some video in the YouTube just because of the annoying advertisements. People are surrounded by advertisements. It is common that we have to delete, close or skip so many phone advertising messages everyday. To some people  context commercials are a waste of time and money; but to others, advertisements provide us with new information that makes our lives better. In my opinion, advertisements have both advantages as well as disadvantages. The relationship between consumer and advertiser have become a constant game of nagging and pestering. This is all we did when we were young and had no other options. A 5 year old has no ability to rationally persuade his parents to buy him Kinder joy but he will instinctively assume that asking her thousand times might just work, occassionally it does too. This is the impact of advertisement on young minds 

The act of buying isn't something voice that turd upon us by an evil advertising companies as people in advertising seemed somehow to believe in their hearts it's something which naturally and spontaneously feel. It is so intensive to tell advertisers about what we might need because we don't trust them not to keep bugging us if ever we were to reveal more about ourselves they have annoyed us far too much already for us to let on about our interests.

Finally, Advertisements can be used to educate people. For example, on some Radio Tv programs and in some news channels, the advertisements of some fire extinguishers teach people how to quench fire when the house is on fire. There are also advertisements of some construction companies that teach the public how to protect themselves from an earthquake or a typhoon.Therefore, most advertisements play a fundamentally positive role in our life. They not only give promotion to the development of business in our society, they also provide essential services to the public.

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