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The city of San Francisco in 2010 banned toys in McDonald’s children’s meals. McDonalds responded by offering the toys for a nominal additional cost to the meal. How important do you think the toys were to the sales of those meals? Why?
Weegy: The toys were an added bonus to the children's meals and made them more popular. Children love toys at any time and liked them in their meals at McDonalds. (More)
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How do transitions help with the flow of an academic paper? Do certain transitions affect the main point of your essay? Why or why not?
Weegy: Transitions are a way to shift from one large idea to another in your paper. [ Usually when people speak of transitions in a writing class, they are talking about the sentence at the beginning of a new paragraph that connects the new ideas of that paragraph with the one that came before it. However, some entire paragraphs may also be considered transition material. Regardless of its form, a good transition helps the reader realize the connection between ideas in an essay. An essay without good transitions is like a series of isolated islands; the reader will struggle to get from one point to the next. Use transitions as bridges between your ideas. As you move from one paragraph to the next, you should not have to explain your story in addition to telling it. If the transitions between paragraphs require explanation, your essay is either too large in scope or the flow is not logical. Transitions are important because they maintain a flow within the essay from one point to the next and on paragraph to the next, but they don't and should not affect the main point of the essay. ] (More)
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what are the key persuasive techniques used in advertising personal care?
Weegy: Companies can use a variety of media outlets to reach potential customers, including the Internet, print sources like newspapers and magazines, and broadcast mediums like radio and television. [ Word-of-mouth advertising among loyal customers is also often an effective- and free- means of getting your message out. Treat customers courteously and fairly, and encourage them, perhaps with incentives, to share their good experiences with their friends and family. ] (More)
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is " children and advertising" related or connected to personal care?
Weegy: 7.2 Children And Advertising. Special care and attention is to be paid to children in advertisements. ... based on their personal tastes and standards..... (More)
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does "children and advertising" have anything to do with advertising personal care?
Weegy: here is the regulation guarding this: [ ] User: Is " advertising in school" related or connected with advertising personal care? (More)
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