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The use of the bandwagon fallacy is appropriate in a business proposal because it is important to convince business owners that the majority of other businesses would support your proposal.
Weegy: The use of the bandwagon fallacy is appropriate in a business proposal because it is important to convince business owners that the majority of other businesses would support your proposal. ANSWER: "True" User: Which of the following sources might contain research that would support the following assertion: "The uniform jerseys will serve as inexpensive advertising." an interview with a sponsor from last year a brochure from the uniform shop that explains pricing a newspaper article a brochure from a local advertising shop, showing prices for other similar advertising projects all of the above Weegy: This sounds like it is something said during an interview with a sponsor from last year User: Which of the following is most appropriate for use in a business letter proposal? The fund-raising club has organized over fifty successful fund-raising events for various non-profits; we are responsible, trustworthy, and will handle your event with care. A radio-ad campaign at the local radio station will cost approximately $500; you can reach the same number of people by placing your name on our uniforms. This will cost you only $300. If you wish to improve your own image in the community, you ought to consider supporting our cause. People are more likely to respect a business that gives back to the community. A and b are both appropriate. none of the above Weegy: Please complete the question. Thanx User: You must rely on research and rhetorical devices, especially fallacies, to support your argument. True False Weegy: TRUE. User: You should make a variety of appeals—to the audience’s logic as well as your own image. True False User: Choose the source that would support or defend the following assertion. The cost of sponsoring our bake sale is much less than a radio ad campaign, and you will reach just as many people. a price-list of the bake sale items a newspaper article exploring alternatives to radio and television advertising a ... (More)
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