Today the high sales of popular consumer goods reflect the power of advertising and not the real needs of the society in which they are sold. To what extent do you agree with these views?

Nowadays, there are lots of advertisements on television or on the streets. Some people think that the advertising boosts the sales of goods and it encourages people to buy things unnecessarily. This arguments may be true. In my country, many advertising companies produce advertisements with famous and popular actors or singers. People, especially youngsters, buy goods that their favourite singer advertise, although they do not really need the products.
Also, on the television screen, a product may look gorgeous and good quality. As a result of it, people often buy goods without enough consideration. Consumers may not actually need it but they buy goods impulsively soon after they watch the advertising. Furthermore, as many customers buy a particular product due to its advertising campaign, the other people may be affected by the trend, even if the product is not of the real needs of the society.
On the other hand, there are various aspects against these arguments. Moreover, it is people's choice to make a decision to buy goods. Advertising may be not a cause of customers' buying habits. Individuals have their own spending habits. If they have got enough disposable Income then the right to mane a decision’s given to them. No one actually can fudge whether the goods sold are the real needs of the society or not.
In addition, as there should be a limited amount of disposable income consumers are able to spend, people try to allocate their budgets. They cannot be simply swayed by those advertisements.
In conclusion, as customers have their own strong opinions and standard of good quality goods, it’s better to leave them to make their own decision in buy goods. It’s fairly difficult to say everyone’s swayed by advertising and buy good impulsively. However, in sensitive area of businesses such as toy industries, it may be necessary to band advertising to those children as children have not got enough ability to control themselves or to know what they need.
Nowadays, there are lots of advertisements on television or on the streets.
Some
people
think
that the advertising boosts the sales of
goods and
it encourages people to buy things
unnecessarily
. This arguments may be true. In my country,
many
advertising
companies
produce advertisements with
famous
and popular actors or singers. People,
especially
youngsters, buy goods that their
favourite
singer advertise, although they do not
really
need the products.

Also
, on the television screen, a product may look gorgeous and good quality.
As a result
of it, people
often
buy goods without enough consideration. Consumers may not actually need it
but
they buy goods
impulsively
soon
after they
watch
the advertising.
Furthermore
, as
many
customers buy a particular product due to its advertising campaign, the other people may be
affected
by the trend, even if the product is not of the real needs of the society.

On the other hand
, there are various aspects against these arguments.
Moreover
, it is
people
's choice to
make
a decision to buy goods. Advertising may be not a cause of customers' buying habits. Individuals have their
own
spending habits. If they have
got
enough disposable Income then the right to mane a decision’s
given
to them. No one actually can fudge whether the goods sold are the real needs of the society or not.

In addition
, as there should be a limited amount of disposable income consumers are able to spend, people try to allocate their budgets. They cannot be
simply
swayed by those advertisements.

In conclusion
, as customers have their
own
strong opinions and standard of good quality goods, it’s better to
leave
them to
make
their
own
decision in buy goods. It’s
fairly
difficult to say everyone’s swayed by advertising and buy good
impulsively
.
However
, in sensitive area of businesses such as toy industries, it may be necessary to band advertising to those children as children have not
got
enough ability to control themselves or to know what they need.

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