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Attached is my smp, Look At Attched To MAke Flyer A. Using your Strategic Messag

Attached is my smp, Look At Attched To MAke Flyer
A. Using your Strategic Message Planner (SMP) from last week that featured a local business, you will feature a product. You will create a 8.5x11in print ad for that product.
B. Write copy for the ad. You will be graded on the below criteria:
Ad is “on message”
Headline is strong
Swingline
Body Copy (selling points)
Zinger
Call to action
Logo/Slogan/Tagline
Mandatories
Attention-getting visual
Type Selection
Overall design ( use of balance, movement, emphasis, contrast proportion, white space, unity)
Use of color
Grammer and style
C. Sketch the layout for the ad or use design software to finish your ad. Incorporate your copy.
Place your .INDD/.PSD and a .JPG of your final Ad here

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Attached is my smp, Look At Attched To MAke Flyer A. Using your Strategic Messag

Attached is my smp, Look At Attched To MAke Flyer
A. Using your Strategic Message Planner (SMP) from last week that featured a local business, you will feature a product. You will create a 8.5x11in print ad for that product.
B. Write copy for the ad. You will be graded on the below criteria:
Ad is “on message”
Headline is strong
Swingline
Body Copy (selling points)
Zinger
Call to action
Logo/Slogan/Tagline
Mandatories
Attention-getting visual
Type Selection
Overall design ( use of balance, movement, emphasis, contrast proportion, white space, unity)
Use of color
Grammer and style
C. Sketch the layout for the ad or use design software to finish your ad. Incorporate your copy.
Place your .INDD/.PSD and a .JPG of your final Ad here

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How did glamour’s readers react to the story?

Please respond to the following in at least 3 pges: How did you initially react to this “unconventional” photo of a model showing a belly pooch? Did you think it is unattractive, a great realistic image, or no big deal? Why do you think you have this instinctive reaction?
Look at the photo. What makes it different from the typical photo in fashion/beauty/lifestyle magazines for women? How does Miller describe her feelings about the photo? What did it do for her career? How did Glamour’s readers react to the story? What do critics of the photo have to say?
What do you think about the photo? Why do you think the photo drew such strong reactions? Is it important for fashion magazines to publish photos of models of different sizes? Will plus sized models find a place in fashion spreads that aren’t devoted to “curvy” models?
Advertising tells women that what’s most important is how they look, and ads surround us with the image of ideal female beauty. However, this flawlessness cannot be achieved. It’s a look that’s been created through airbrushing, cosmetics, and computer retouching. How do you think this trend of ads depicting ideal beauty impact women in society
Here is the article:
Glamour magazine has set off somewhat of an internet phenomenon with a small photo it ran on page 194 of its September 2009 issue. It’s a nearly nude image of model Lizzi Miller sitting on a bench with a great big smile on her face. As photos go, it’s no more than PG. Certainly other photos in the magazine, either editorial or advertising, showed more skin. So why is this photo garnering so much attention? Ms. Miller has a small belly pooch. Glamour Editor-In-Chief Cindi Leive writes on her blog:
It’s a photo that measures all of three by three inches in our September issue, but the letters about it started to flood my inbox literally the day Glamour hit newsstands. (As editor-in-chief, I pay attention to this stuff!) “I am gasping with delight …I love the woman on p 194!” said one…then another, and another, andanotherandanotherandanother. So…who is she? And what on earth is so special about her?
Here’s the deal: The picture wasn’t of a celebrity. It wasn’t of a supermodel. It was of a woman sitting in her underwear with a smile on her face and a belly that looks…wait for it…normal.
The photo goes with a story by Akiba Solomon on women feeling comfortable in their own skin The photo has no caption, no mention of who the model is, no mention of the fact she wears a size 12/14 and weighs 180 pounds.
The response to this small photo – it’s not a cover photo, not promoed anywhere in the magazine – has been big.
There have been at least 770 comments added to Editor Leive’s blog post about the photo, not to mention the e-mails. Many of the comments are laudatory. One woman called it “the most amazing photograph I’ve ever seen in any women’s magazine,” while another wrote, “Thank you Lizzi, for showing us your beauty and confidence, and giving woman a chance to hopefully recognize a little of their own also.”
Miller loves the reaction she’s had to the photo:
“When I was young I really struggled with my body and how it looked because I didn’t understand why my friends were so effortlessly skinny. As I got older I realized that everyone’s body is different and not everyone is skinny naturally–me included! I learned to love my body for how it is, every curve of it. I used to be so self-conscious in a bikini because my stomach wasn’t perfectly defined. But everyone has different body shapes! And it’s not all about the physical! If you walk on the beach in your bikini with confidence and you feel sexy, people will see you that way too.”
Not everyone loved the photo and what it stood for, however. One commenter wrote, “I must say I have to agree that the normalization of obesity is a disturbing trend today.”Another commented,“We have enough problems with obesity in the US and don’t need your magazine promoting anymore of it. Shame on Glamour for thinking this was sexy!”
More interesting was the criticism of Glamour for using an image like the one of Miller as a publicity stunt:
[W]hile I do give Glamour a big thank you for showing us Lizzi at all, it was to create temporary buzz and to give themselves a pat on the back for “doing the right thing” for America’s women and girls, but when it comes down to dollars and cents they aren’t going to change a thing. Not being a cynic here…just a realist. Take care. I wish it could be different too.
Student journalist Rebecca Koons, writing in University of Iowa’s Daily Iowan, argues a similar position: The only problem is, this type of positive attitude toward accepting and being oneself is not marketed nearly as much as it should be. We do have publications such as Self that are taking things in a healthier direction — aside from that whole Kelly Clarkson debacle. One can only hope that Glamour and others will begin to follow suit. While a total upheaval of beauty and fashion may never happen, one can only hope that baby steps like these will only help women find solace in embracing what they were born with.
Of course, none of this addresses the issue that Lizzi Miller at size 12/14 is hardly a plus size, though she is considered a plus size model. Even when there were magazines such as Graceand Mode targeted at size 12 women and larger, there were charges that only “skinny” plus-size models need apply.
Since the photo and article were published in Glamour, model Lizzie Miller’s career has taken off. In this interview with journalist Lydia Slater of London’s Daily Mai Miller says that she initially felt embarrassed when the photo was published because it showed her stretch marks and a tummy roll:
“I said to myself: ‘OK, It’s not the best picture, but it’s not a big deal. And anyway, nobody’s going to see it.’”
But more than a year after “the photo” was published, Miller had become a superstar of the modeling world and says she has become much more accepting of her own size.
“We need to be celebrating skinny girls, curvy girls, tall girls, short girls, black girls, Asian girls and all nationalities,” Miller said. “I think that would make women feel a lot better about themselves. We have a long way to go until a girl who’s curvy can be in a magazine without a lot of attention being drawn to her.”

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Instructions for this assignment you will need to search the internet for inform

Instructions
For this assignment you will need to search the internet for information that would help an entrepreneur and/or small business owner to understand the importance of evaluating their organization’s marketing strategy along with their customer and product portfolios. You would then create a simple, yet very effective step by step instruction manual in a double-sided bi-fold or tri-fold brochure format describing how these entrepreneurs and/or small business owners can implement the various business models into their organization’s strategy. Be sure to include related graphics embedded directly into the brochure.
You can use MS Word, Publisher or any other software program to complete this assignment. However, your final document must be in either an MS Word or PDF file. Refer to the syllabus for the due date.
Your brochure must include the following 3 concepts
SWOT Analysis
Porters 5 Forces of Competition
Breakeven Analysis
Then, you can choose 2 additional concepts from the list below to complete your brochure
Customer Lifetime Value
PESTLE Analysis
Unique Selling Proposition
Product Life Cycle Analysis
SWOT Analysis
Sustainable Competitive Advantage
Environmental Scan
Creativity and professionalism of the assignment presentation will also be counted toward the student’s grade so be sure to submit a creatively and professionally designed brochure.
Be sure to list the website links and other sources used in your report and submit in Canvas by the due date

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Sherman Alexie tells the story of Junior, a budding cartoonist growing up on the Spokane Indian Reservation. Determined to take his future into his own hands, Junior leaves his troubled school on the rez to attend an all-white farm town high school where the only other Indian is the school mascot

General Directions:
DO NOT USE online sources other than the full text of the book to complete this project. Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.
You may read the
book online. Here is a link to the pdf:
https://www.sateskole.no/pluginfile.php/52444/mod resource/content/1/the-absolutely-true-diary-of-a-part-time-sherman-alexie-1%282%29.pdf
Title The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Author Sherman Alexie
Synopsis (from amazon.com)
“Sherman Alexie tells the story of Junior, a budding cartoonist growing up on the
Spokane Indian Reservation. Determined to take his future into his own hands, Junior
leaves his troubled school on the rez to attend an all-white farm town high school
where the only other Indian is the school mascot.”
Choose from one of the options below and do ONE the project: This assignment have to be printed and turn in so make sure whichever you choose to do, you turn it in so I can print it in color and turn it in. Feel free to ask questions and look forward to work with you.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a print media project and need a sample publish to h

Learning Goal: I’m working on a print media project and need a sample publish to help me learn.
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