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1920’s Advertisements. What is the purpose of Advertising? . To persuade a consumer to buy a particular product or in some cases a lifestyle. To inform consumers of their product. Magazines, newspapers, motion pictures and radio were some of the main avenues for advertisements in the 1920’s.

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what is the purpose of advertising
What is the purpose of Advertising?
  • To persuade a consumer to buy a particular product or in some cases a lifestyle.
  • To inform consumers of their product.
  • Magazines, newspapers, motion pictures and radio were some of the main avenues for advertisements in the 1920’s.

*What are some of the ways companies advertise today?

brief history of advertisements
Brief History of Advertisements
  • Advertisements started to really expand in the 1880’s during industrial expansion.
  • Prior to World War I investigative journalism was the trend in magazines, that changed in the 1920’s people began yearning to read more then just about reforms and corruption.
  • After World War I magazines such as Ladies’ Home Journal, and The Saturday Evening Post began to target consumerism and advertisements started taking off in these and other publications.
  • Total advertising volume in the United States few from $200 million in the 1880s to about $3 Billion in 1920s. Reasons for the growth include the introduction of radio, motion pictures, and more publications.
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