Advertisements are becoming more and more common in everyday life. Is it a positive or negative development?

QuestionsAdvertisements are becoming more and more common in everyday life. Is it a positive or negative development?
kingnight153 asked 2 years ago

It is true that the number of advertisements have been increasing dramatically in recent years. Besides producing the strongly positive effects, this worldwide phenomenon also brings about various negative ones that merit considerations.
On the one hand, the sharply exponential rise of adverts could benefits both enterprises and national governments in social and economical aspect, regardless of what types of advertisement are. Admitedly, in the new era, the more adverts companies publish, the more customers and viewers they could lure. For example, Nike, a largely reputable shoes company, has applied successfully celebrity endorsement to promote their image with customers and has become one of the most influential enterprises in the world. Therefore, thanks to these adverts, the companies itself whose products are advertised would maximise their profits and develop strongly. Besides, if enterprises earn large income, then they could pay more tax revenue to government. As a consequence, national governments could invest heavily in key areas such as education or heath services, especially for the underdeveloped countries where illiteracy and poor sanitation remain the serious problems in society.
On the other hand, this trend also gives rise to many significant drawbacks for both the customers and government officials. There is no point in denying that the more adverts show on mass media, the more difficult choices customers themselves have to face with. Consequently, they have to encounter with the great difficulty in giving the final purchasing decision to deliberately choose the suitable products, which satisfy them in both quality and general appearance, out of a range of products advertised in official media. Furthermore, it is true that governments themselves must enact the strict regulations in order to control the large amount of adverts, otherwise the misleading advertisements could display unmanageably in national media.
In conclusion, although advertising industry has been thriving strongly and result in many positive outcomes, we could not underestimate the negative impacts on purchasers and state governments of this trend.  

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Rachel Evans answered 2 years ago

Advertisements are becoming more and more common in everyday life. Is it a positive or negative development?
It is true that the number of advertisements have been increasing dramatically in recent years. Besides producing the strongly positive effects, this worldwide phenomenon also brings about various negative ones that merit considerations.
On the one hand, the sharply exponential rise of adverts could benefits both enterprises and national governments in social and economical aspect, regardless of what the types of advertisement are. Admittedly, in the new era, the more adverts companies publish, the more customers and viewers they could lure. For example, Nike, a largely reputable shoes company, has applied successfully celebrity endorsement to promote their image with to customers and has become one of the most influential enterprises in the world. Therefore, thanks to these adverts, the companies itself whose products are advertised would maximise their profits and develop strongly. Besides, if enterprises earn large income, then they could pay more tax revenue to government. As a consequence, national governments could invest heavily in key areas such as education or heath services, especially for the underdeveloped countries where illiteracy and poor sanitation remain the serious problems in society.
On the other hand, this trend also gives rise to many significant drawbacks for both the customers and government officials. There is no point in denying that the more adverts show on mass media, the more difficult choices customers themselves have to face with. Consequently, they have to encounter with the great difficulty in giving the final purchasing decision to deliberately choose the suitable products, which satisfy them in both quality and general appearance, out of a range of products advertised in official media. Furthermore, it is true that governments themselves must enact the strict regulations in order to control the large amount of adverts, otherwise the misleading advertisements could display unmanageably in national media.
In conclusion, although advertising industry has been thriving strongly and result in many positive outcomes, we could not underestimate the negative impacts on purchasers and state governments of this trend.  
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