Sex and marketing: how to use sex in your advertising If you ever wondered whether using sex in advertising helps to sell, here is the answer: it does. Actually, it is one of the strongest and most effective selling tools.
In other words, sex is used as a form of advertising to try and sell things. "If you enjoyed that picture of a woman wearing a thong, you’ll surely love our reasonably-priced laptops!" Something
Today, more than ever, sex is rampant in marketing, bolstered by the notion that “Sex Sells”, but a new study reveals that this may not in fact be the case. Since the beginning of modern advertising, sexual themes and imagery have been used to sell products.
Could it be that sex actually does not sell? An analysis of nearly 80 advertising studies published over more than three decades suggests that’s the case.
Sex still sells. That’s the conclusion of new research that finds ads featuring sex are on the rise, so to speak. The study, from the University of Georgia, looked at sexual ads appearing in
Jun 02, 2014 · The debate around whether "sex sells" in advertising and in life is hurting men and women. In various studies, attractive people get called back …
Here is the cold hard truth, “Sex Sells.” Hate or love it, sex attracts the eye more than any other type of advertisement. We are sexual beings, therefore are attracted to sexually related subjects, jokes, and …
Simply put, sex in advertising is the use of sexually provocative or erotic imagery (or sounds, suggestions, and subliminal messages) that are specifically designed to arouse interest in a particular product, service or brand.
Some believe the ad campaign is a play off contraceptive commercials promoting safe sex, saying the company deals with "highly taboo and a tad raunchy connotations," and isn’t "afraid to step