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 is the difference between these majors?

Question by xo_smiley_face_x3: What is the difference between these majors?
I’m really interested in advertising and the layout of newspapers and magazines for a career, particularly advertising. So I’ve done research on Communication Media, Communication Studies, and Graphic Design with a concentration in Advertising.
Now what is the difference, and could you possibly recommend one for me?

Any and all help is greatly appreciated!

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Answer by Shea
If you are interested in news paper design, a college degree may not be necessary. My sister is the manager of Ad Production of our local newspaper (the only one in a town of about 90,000) and she is in charge of hiring new people. One thing to consider is that the newspaper industry is in a lot of trouble right now. Many large news papers are tanking and even established news papers are laying people off or shutting down completely. So it is going to be hard to find a job in the paper industry. She is a self taught graphic artist and was able to work her way up. None of the people on her staff have college degrees. She constantly gets resumes from people with degrees in communication and graphic design but they are simple over qualified for newspaper production because the paper does not have the budget to hire such highly qualified people. The average salary is low for newspaper ad producers, so that is something to consider if you really want to go into it. One good way to get into the system is to just apply for an entry level job with the design department, if you have talent then you could be producing ads in no time!
Depending on the school, there may be many differences between the degrees you mentioned above. Graphic Design with concentration in Adv may be what you are looking for if you want to go into the paper business. Communication studies may focus more on the many different ways of communication including advertisement but may not be limited to that. The same goes for Com Media. At the school i go to, the university of north texas, there is a Communication Design program in which the students learn to do corporate design (ie. magazine ads, corporate logos etc) and package design (ie cereal boxes, new product design ect). Grads of the program go off to work for big advertisement firms and perhaps large newspapers.
To get a feel for the market and what newspapers in your community look for in qualified applicants, email the Ad production manager of your local paper and ask him or her what degree, if any, they would recommend to become a part of their team.

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What is the difference between PR and Advertising?

Question by Teodora: What is the difference between PR and Advertising?
I am in the process of choosing my career and I think it might be PR or Advertising, but I’m not sure which one.

Thank you

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Answer by Prakriti
Public Relation:
Your job is to get free publicity for the company. From news conferences to press releases, you’re focused on getting free media exposure for the company and its products/services.
Advertising:
The company pays for ad space. You know exactly when that ad will air or be published.
Public Relation:
You have no control over how the media presents your information, if they decide to use your info at all. They’re not obligated to cover your event or publish your press release just because you sent something to them.
Advertising:
Since you’re paying for the space, you have creative control on what goes into that ad.
Public Relation:
You only submit a press release about a new product once. You only submit a press release about a news conference once. The PR exposure you receive is only circulated once. An editor won’t publish your same press release three or four times in their magazine.
Advertising:
Since you pay for the space, you can run your ads over and over for as long as your budget allows. An ad generally has a longer shelf life than one press release.
I guess you have plenty of differences to choose, BEST OF LUCK.

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What’s the difference between Usenet and modern day message boards?

Question by Chase: What’s the difference between Usenet and modern day message boards?

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Answer by TechSono
The primary difference is that Usenet is a separate network. It can run independent of the internet, and uses the NNTP protocol as opposed to the web’s HTTP protocol. Usenet “binary” newsgroups can also contain files, 7.5 terabytes of files are uploaded/downloaded every day.

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what the difference between a RSS feed and a usenet group like google group?

Question by manohar g: what the difference between a RSS feed and a usenet group like google group?
in a google grouop i found that u cant put it in an opera feed.. u need a newsreader or something like that.. its a hassle to check to check e-mails to answer questions in google groups, cant we put them in the feeds menu of opera browser..

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Answer by Chez7
The difference is how the message is read. An RSS feed has to link to a web site while a newsreader is reading individual messages, unfortunately, at this time, there is no way to incorporate the two.

News is only one form of content that can be distributed with an RSS feed. Other possibilities include discussion forum excerpts, software announcements, and any form of content retrievable with a URL.

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