RE: Subliminal advertising

From: Lawrence DeBivort (
Date: Wed Apr 17 2002 - 21:17:29 BST

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    > > Does subliminal advertising work? Sure!
    > No, it doesn't work, in any real sense of the word. So, don't go saying
    > 'sure!'
    > > Advertisers have learned to push your buttons.
    > Yes, they have. Blatantly, not 'subliminally'. As you say, there ain't
    > nothin' subliminal about a bit of tit.

    Wade, I keep going back to research methodology: How would we know? How do
    you know it doesn't work?


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