celebrity endorsement


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celebrity endorsement

a form of ADVERTISING in which a well-known sports or media person is used to endorse a product.
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Thus, in this study, with our focus on the marketing of musicals, we investigated how consumer behavior is affected by celebrity endorsement, and how it changes according to the type of message communication, that is, a poster advertisement vs.
Celebrity endorsement does have its fair share of pros and cons.
Speaking of the celebrity endorsement, Al Assi said that it would boost their leadership in the music and entertainment mobile segment.
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Martin Shaw, director of Raising Standards, said: 'It's not just older generations that have grown sceptical of celebrity endorsements.
The clients I have counseled on celebrity endorsement of their products always want to know how their general liability policy (including product liability) will insulate them from various kinds of legal accusations commonly brought against them, the brand owner, under certain "what if" situations, such as:
A celebrity endorsement "does not mean that an investment is legitimate or that it is appropriate for all investors," the alert states.
Since the introduction of celebrity endorsement, all manner of celebrities have endorsed such things as brands, nonprofit organizations, geographical locations, and even political candidates.
On the contrary, the initiative continues because of the hard work done by boring, unsexy, grassroots volunteers or groups who don't believe in going down the celebrity endorsement path.
Since celebrity endorsement involves a huge investment by companies, their bigger role in designing marketing strategies can not be ignored (Erdogan and Kitchen 1998).
How did this celebrity endorsement reflect on your label?