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Rhetorical Analysis of an Ad

Summary: Provides an in depth analysis of an ad from a magazine. Describes the audience to which the ad is marketed toward.
The first thing that grabs the reader's attention is the fact that there are speakers in this open sky. Speakers represent attention or alertness. They are drawing the reader a picture showing that the reader needs to listen up. They want the reader's attention. Also, having the speakers in front of a blank blue sky helps to emphasize that the speakers represent, the attention of the reader is most important for this advertisement.

"This is not a drill." Here they use logos, in the way that they tell the reader's that this not a waste of a time Ad, this is something that is very important that will help you and your things in the future. They talk about the financial statistics, that R&D data, strategic plans, and customer lists as top information items stolen, and that the more the reader has these, the better it helps...

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