It’s the right way to go about the advertising, but it can actually be the wrong way.
That’s why when an advertiser tells us that a product has a certain look or feel, it doesn’t mean that the look or feel are 100% accurate. It means that the ad is not intended to deceive or mislead.
One of the first advertisers we came across recently that really hurt our hearts is the “Smokey Mountain Coffee” brand. As you can likely guess, their ad claims that it’s “made in the USA” and that it is a “slimmed down, naturally brewed, caffeine free, full body, dark roast, specialty coffee.” Unfortunately, the brand does not actually produce any coffee, but rather some flavorings.
It is possible that the coffee flavorings are an attempt to mislead consumers into thinking that the product is actually made in the USA and therefore is of higher quality and better quality because of the ad. But I would argue that even if one is not a big fan of the flavorings, the coffee is still a decent blend of beans that have been blended in a way that does not fool a consumer into thinking they are getting a real coffee.
What’s more, the coffee flavorings have the appearance of authenticity, because they are made in the states. They look like coffee, they taste like coffee, they have a lot of the same ingredients as real coffee, but they are made by a company called “B.I.G. Coffee” and have the same price as a coffee.
The reason for this is that B.I.G. Coffee and B.I.G. Coffee and B.I.G. Coffee are so different. They are both brand-new products. The coffee is a little different, whereas the coffee itself looks like coffee. The coffee is designed to contain a lot of additives, which B.I.G. Coffee has and has not been known for.
The real controversy comes from the fact that B.I.G. Coffee claims that it can actually make your coffee taste like real coffee. The B.I.G. Coffee commercials on TV show a guy making a cup of coffee that tastes just like it does. The commercials also show the guy’s face saying, “Wow, this tastes like coffee,” and “Wow, this tastes like coffee,” and “Wow, this tastes like coffee.
Of course the real problem here is that that’s not exactly what the commercials claim. The commercials claim it tastes like coffee because the people who make it have a specific type of training to achieve this. So, sure, you could say that that’s what the commercials are saying. But it doesn’t sound like that statement is backed up by anything. The commercials say the same thing about their coffee, but they also show a guy making a cup of coffee by himself.
The ads are about a guy on a beach, and then he tries to stop it and just says, “What’s your name, dude?” The ads say the guy would probably kill a coffee. And if he had a gun or a gun belt, his goal was to get a guy to shoot at him before he killed him. He probably would have killed a coffee.
In this case, if the commercials are saying that the coffee is good, then it doesn’t sound like we have a problem with that. The ads are also saying that the coffee has a great taste, and that no one will ever take it away. But in truth, the coffee has great taste, and no one will ever take it away.