what is the difference in pepsi and coca colas advertising strategys? and which one is ahead?

Question by simplicity: what is the difference in pepsi and coca colas advertising strategys? and which one is ahead?
please help me find the differences between their advertising strategys and who is making the most profits. i also woul dlike any web site that would help with this. please. which strategy worked the best? im doing a fair roject on the cola war and how the ads helped or hurted the two. please give me any info you can.

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Answer by harry rav
ok there is no diffrence. there amde by the came people. Coke is ahead because there world wide, liek mexico, japan, france, even the polls. (north and south polls)

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What are the best ways to promote a website for free on the web?

Question by zoe: What are the best ways to promote a website for free on the web?
I have a website, a pretty good one, and was wondering the best ways to get nationwide exposure. I don’t have an advertising budget right now so my efforts would have to be free. Anyone out there been in the same boat or know what I can do? I’ve submitted to the search engines and some online directories. I’d like to be able to advertise by radio or cable by late August/Sept. but need money for that. Any rich people out there willing to help me?

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Answer by emmettgolf
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How do certain forms of media penetrate groupthink more easily than others?

Question by : How do certain forms of media penetrate groupthink more easily than others?
For example, anything that you read in an official textbook will warp your beliefs around its content much more so than a news article or an essay (at least in the majority of my observations). People do not seem to change their minds about certain beliefs unless the medium has some “authoritative” property (whether it is our assumptions on the category of the medium or the brand name attached to it.)

Merely a fun brain-teaser. Any thoughts are welcome as it is not a completely serious question.

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Answer by Arthur Norton
It’s quite an interesting one.

I have experienced first hand news journalists twisting the truth so am aware of this, I am also aware to look for qualifications or the persons background when reading textbooks too. However I am not everyone.

I think in general it is feasible that some people may say words to the effect of this is true the (insert random professional organization) says so. It doesn’t make the person any less, I believe it may because they have to research the subject for whatever reason but don’t really hold much interest in it to seek the truth.

This is not to say that qualified people can’t be wrong I think we are just playing the odds, if somebody has studied a subject for 6 years and been practised in it for 10 they are more likely to be accurate than the news, as the news’ purpose is to sell advertising space or papers or something. I think some journalists start out seeking truth but all the major employers are corporations with corporate agendas.

To summarise I think some subjects don’t spark enough interest in some groups so they will take the opinion of the highest qualified as truth. If you have the interest in a subject you will pursue the truth.

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