- Category: Asexual Passions
- Published on Monday, 13 February 2012 22:43
- Written by Lara Landis
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Advertising executives do not have to think hard to make a Valentine's Day Commercial. The average Valentine's Day commercial tries to get a man to buy something for his significant other. A casual observer can figure out the formula easily enough. The casual observer can even use it if they want to produce an ad of their own for the next year.
The entrepreneur who wants to make a commercial needs a product. They must be able to cast the product in a romantic light. It dos not matter if the product was designed to fulfill romantic purposes or not. Coming up with a romantic angle may be difficult, but it is one of the few areas of creativity allowed in Valentine's Day commercials.
When the commercial maker finishes the creative angle, he can move onto the second step. The second step is optional. If Heterosexual men make up the target market, a film maker needs an attractive woman to star in the 30-second story line. If the advertiser wishes to sell clothing, it helps to find the most attractive woman possible to model the product.
An attractive woman may is not an essential element, but no one can skip the third step. A Valentine Commercial must discreetly promise the viewer sex if the viewer responds to the call of action. It is important to imply that all women will lower their inhibitions if they get even a mediocre gift that they may not really want.
Way Too Many Valentine's Day Commercials