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Article_id=136825). ” she asks. For years, advertising was criticized for stereotyping women consumers as overly focused on beauty and fashion, cleaning their bathrooms, or cooking for their families. You may have noticed commercials that you think stereotyped people by gender, age, or race. The ethical question here concerns whether such advertising can damage people’s belief in what they can do, limits what they expect of themselves, and reduces their life choices. Was Dell stereotyping or actually helping women with less technical interest or experience to buy a computer that would meet their needs?
Back in the 1920s, most radio advertising used the “interrupt” style to identify sponsors and for station identification—not too different from radio programming today. Eveready hit on the idea of sponsoring a whole show and invented a new type of advertising. • American Tobacco spends millions to advertise Lucky Strike. In 1929, few people knew about the dangers of cigarettes. But Lucky Strike advertising courted controversy anyway by positioning itself as a competitor to candy. 3 million (equivalent to some $155 million today) to promote “reach for a Lucky instead of a sweet,” a campaign aimed at weight conscious women.
They skip the “old” media and go straight to the customer. Crowdsourcing is another good example. Instead of relying on traditional research to determine what consumers want and need, Procter & Gamble creates sites for mothers to talk about using disposable diapers, for women to talk about coloring their hair, and for other consumers to talk about removing stains. As marketers observe people talking about how they use products, they’re able to figure out product changes and better ways to talk with consumers about their brands.