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What are the key persuasive techniques used in advertising for fast food restaurants?
Testimonial- using words of an expert or famous person to persuade Bandwagon- using social pressure to persuade people to purchase the product because 'everyone else is doing it'. Repetition- idea is repeated over and over, [ like in that "Head On" commercial Transfer- using names or pictures of famous people but not direct quotes Free or Bargain- a speaker suggests that the public can get
something for nothing or almost nothing Glittering Generalities- in glowing terms and offering no evidence the speaker or advertiser supports a candidate or a solution to social problems Common Sense- trying to persuade using everyday sense of good or bad/right or wrong ]
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User: What are the key persuasive techniques used in advertising for fast food restaurants?

Weegy: Testimonial- using words of an expert or famous person to persuade Bandwagon- using social pressure to persuade people to purchase the product because 'everyone else is doing it'. Repetition- idea is repeated over and over, [ like in that "Head On" commercial Transfer- using names or pictures of famous people but not direct quotes Free or Bargain- a speaker suggests that the public can get something for nothing or almost nothing Glittering Generalities- in glowing terms and offering no evidence the speaker or advertiser supports a candidate or a solution to social problems Common Sense- trying to persuade using everyday sense of good or bad/right or wrong ]
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User: is there political advertising in fast food advertising

User: do fast food retaurants advertise in schools?

Weegy: No, it is not permitted
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