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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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Most people lost between $100 and $500 and in one case, a victim lost more than $50 000 through fake celebrity endorsement of an investment scheme, ACCC Deputy Chair Delia Rickard said.
The approach would be to build skills and expertise in traditional, digital, social media and celebrity endorsements to cater to wide variety of business and industries.
Two aspects of celebrity endorsement that the results of many practice-driven surveys have failed to explain is why, and under what conditions, celebrity endorsements of political candidates are effective.
"Young people may be encouraged to take products because of their celebrity endorsement. And the celebrities who are doing that should think very carefully about the impact that these products can have in having that effect of eating disorders, which devastates these lives" - Theresa May warning on celebrityendorsed "quick-fix" diets.
It's like ads.Now, though one doesn't agree with this 'hey, it's a living' approach, it does open up to a very interesting discussion about the very nature of celebrity endorsement the conventional commercial kind, not the political variety.
Keywords: Celebrity advertisement, Celebrity endorsement, Purchase intention, Expertise, Credibility of celebrity
Rapper Kanye West on Monday donated $73,540 to the longshot Chicago mayoral campaign of Amara Enyia, six days after Chance the Rapper's celebrity endorsement elevated Enyia in the crowded race to replace Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
According to a Gallup poll of 507 Americans, celebrity endorsement of a political candidate could bring negative effects (Carroll & Jones, 2007).
When people think of celebrity endorsement in Britain, they think of Michael Winner saying "Calm down dear, it's only a commercial" in a maddeningly condescending way.
celebrity endorsement for the cause, awareness talks, and giveaways, and media coverage.
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.